Discussion in 'Kuk Sool' started by Wolf, Apr 11, 2005.
Welcome to the party JKN Keith!
Still loving the hoody you designed
no worries although i have designed afew Kuk Sool hoodies so unsure which one you actually mean.
That is a nice hoodie!
That is a good looking hoodie, Infact I want one. A question though, did you have to get approval to use the WKSA logo from HQ in the US or did you get approval from UK.
i remember seeing those at a tournament! kinda reminds me of RUN DMC
it is a good looking hoody. was given permission through my school instuctor through all appropriate channels. yes, design is based on RUN DMC. we call it 'RUN KSW' big, bold, simple and straight to the point.
hwarang cl. to my knowledge as long as you have the 'R' and 'TM' displayed correctly and its for your authorised KSW school, there shouldnt be a problem using the WKSA fist. although, you must NOT edit it in any way
JKN Pellegrini checking in from Bucks county, PA
Welcome JKN Pellegrini, not much by the way of discussion going on here lately... but glad to have you here anyways!
Thank you, JKN Thomas. I've been reading some of the old threads all morning.
Hopefully some new discussions will arise. It is not atypical for forums to have a decline after things get too unruly and the mods have to step in en force. It should be just about time to bounce back!
Welcome to MAP JKN! If you don't mind me asking are you a member of the "Won"?
EDIT: OK duh...I just found your other post that told me your story, no need to answer here I will comment in the other thread.
Welcome to MAP
Thank you all for the warm welcome.
Obewan, I'll try and PM you as soon as I am able.
New white belt with just one month of training in, I have never done martial arts before. I really like Kuk Sool greetings to everyone.
Welcome to MAP, and more important...welcome to Kuk Sool!
I just hope we stick with it. I have heard that so many people stay around for a few months than quit.
As far as sticking with it, remember: where there is a will, there is a way. Ninety percent of it is up to you. If you enjoy it (and it's difficult not to enjoy Kuk Sool), I've no doubt you'll continue to practice.
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