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Justin Kagan

U.S.
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Hello. My experience is mainly in Japanese martial arts including Japanese Swordsmanship and how it applies to open hand/self defense. I have also studied a few Korean styles and may be able to answer basic questions concerning them. General questions from beginners, intermediate, or advanced students are acceptable as are more specific questions. Martial arts are my passion and I love sharing.

George Petrotta

U.S.
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I am a Korean Martial Artist, with 50+ years experience. I can answer any and all questions on the arts of Hapkido and Taekwondo and Reality based martial arts.

Michael

U.S.
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Being an expert means to be a master all, I am meerly master of myself. Everyone can grow from where they are there are no limits there is no peak. One who claims to know everything has only touched a splinter. You can never max out on experience, or knowledge.

Peter Ziboce

Hong Kong
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I can answer general issues about Chinese Internal Martial Arts, including linkage, history, technique, usages, and theories.

Eric Jue

U.S.
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Can answer questions regarding Jeet Kune Do (JKD), Filipino Martial Arts, Wing Chun Gung Fu, self defense, differences between martial art styles, and instructor referrals in Southern California

Andy Fossett

U.S.
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I can answer most questions relating to the martial arts in general. My special interests relate not only to martial theory, but to training methodology, teaching, sports science, and personal growth through martial arts training. If you are thinking about beginning a martial arts practice or have questions about how to optimize you current training to meet you goals, just let me know.

Greg Hoppe

U.S.
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I can answer any questions you have about the martial arts as far as styles, history, technique, training and conditioning, weapons as well as the similarities and dis-similarities of various forms of combat.

Dwight Woods

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I can answer questions on Bruce Lee's martial art philosophy, Jeet Kune Do. I have been a JKD practitioner since 1973 and an instructor since 1986. I have plenty of resources at my disposal to get you any answer/info you need.

Grant Baldwin

Canada
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I can answer questions about the technique, theory, and history of Haidong Gumdo, which is a traditional Korean sword martial art. I am also knowledgable about Chinese Wushu, and Shaolin Kung-Fu . I also have some experience with Kendo and Iaido. So if you have questions related to asian swordsmanship, I`d love to hear them!

Mike Casto

U.S.
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My primary area of "expertise" (for lack of a better term) is in Filipino and Indonesian martial arts. However, I've been involved in the martial arts since 1978, trained in several systems and been exposed to many, many others. I've also done a fair amount of reading about martial arts in general and about various systems. I can answer questions about Filipino and Indonesian martial arts and I can often answer questions about martial arts in general. Feel free to ask me any question about martial arts. Even if I don`t have an answer I can often point you in the right direction to find the answer.

Phillip A. Humphries

U.S.
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Common sense application of martial art in self defense situations involving common street threats. I am a novelist, associate producer, dj, cook and martial arts writer. My martial arts fantasy novel is available on Amazon in paperback & Kindle ebook - "Legend of the Four Dragons Sword." I am a former police officer, soldier, sailor and a retiree from CIA. Martial arts focus is on realistic approach to self defense for common H2H encounters. My advice is tailored to the everyday Joe/Jane who attends a Taijiquan or Taekwondo class maybe once a week and seeks reassurance that they can apply basic concepts from what they learn in the world we live in.

Jeffrey Hauck

U.S.
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I would welcome the opportunity to answer questions regarding mixed martial arts (MMA) styles and traditional aspects of Karate, Tae Kwon-Do, and Self-Defense.

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