<<That said, none of these DVDs focuses on stickgrappling. For members of the DBMA Association, there is a Vid-Lesson that does focus on stickgrappling.>>
Thanks for the reply.
I already have most of the DVDs you mention. I especially liked, as you suggest, DLO 1; the "reverse X-block" is very creative, and I am practicing this as well. Integrates well with T'ai Chi "P'eng". I will get DLO 3. I also have Krabi Krabong, though I haven't watched it yet.
Can you tell me more about the Vid lessons for members? I can't find this info on your site.
At 65, a few more aches and pains, but I choose not to see them as "aging", but simply aches and pains. Some loss of muscle mass, which stimulates me to swing those kettlebells more intensely. Still resilient in recovering from injuries. I've studied Qigong and Alexander Technique for many years (I teach them both) & I give a lot of credit to this.
I have fantasies of becoming the oldest to fight at a DB meet, but I think you guys are a bit more tolerant of head impact than I (I work with trauma clients, and I've seen the lasting effects of even minor concussions).
When I next find myself in your area, I will definitely try to arrange a lesson with you.
Thanks for your great work
(and I still think your politics are off the wall