- Nov 18, 2002
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Joo Jitsu... I mean JuJitsu. =]
i think what you're referring too as beltmills and the mcdojo's i was talking about are the same thing, what kind of school is the mcdojo your talking about?Cucumba said:Yeah McDojos aren't always bad though, you have to watch out for Belt Mills. McDojos sometimes have good teachers and excellent resources. However, Belt Mills concentrate on collecting fees for belt tests and selling gear. They rarely concentrate on the student's development.
I'm sorry for not spelling it right......So let me guess, it means i'm lieing cause I didn't spell it right.........Tell me, why would I lie about something like this, there is no point, I could really care a less if you believe me or not, but I have done both of them.Cucumba said:Funny you can't spell Tae Kwon Do then eh?
Having two black belts is quite exceptional for a 13 year old.Your Profile said:Birthday:
October 29, 1991
It is isn't it, I started Karate at 8 and ended at 10, and I started Tae Kwon Do at 11 and ended it this year in April, well I was almost a black belt in Tae Kwon Do, I was a brown belt, but close enough.Sonic Boyster said:Having two black belts is quite exceptional for a 13 year old.
Now I can officially call your bs. There is no brown belt in Tae Kwon Do.Mcdbz5 said:I started Tae Kwon Do at 11 and ended it this year in April, well I was almost a black belt in Tae Kwon Do, I was a brown belt, but close enough.
Oh sorry about that, I thought you were calling me a liar or something, and I do have respect for all Martial Arts, I have always enjoyed them and respected them, and to Kusangi, your right, there is way's you can receive a brown belt, there can be different Tae Kwon Do places that hold there own belts.Cucumba said:The only reason why I mentioned that you didn't spell it right, MCDBZ was your obviously lacsidaisical respect for the art.
KyoKusanagi said:When I did TKD here in Australia it went:
White, Orange (if you were younger than 10), Yellow, Blue, Red, Red with Black Stripe (for those who needed an intermediate step), then Black.
ITF based schools use the White, Yellow, Green, Blue, Red, Black system whereas the WTF system (World Taekwondo Federation) uses White, Yellow, Gold, Orange, Green, Purple, Blue, Brown, Red and Black.
So it is possible that he did hold a brown belt.