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Post  Steve bungle on Wed Sep 07, 2011 11:15 am

Just wondering if anyone could give me some info about Mo teague system/style training methods? is it all jkd concepts type stuff or street-stuff? i watched him on that Danny dyer hard man show, and it should a few clips of him doing street stuff. I noticed that he has a few dvd titles out (functional jkd/masters seminar/hard target) so i'm intrested in checking his stuff out a bit more, liked the clips of him on John skillens website.

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Post  Jagunco on Thu Sep 08, 2011 10:33 am

I was at the John Skillen course and can vouch for Mo's skill. He has a unique style and has experience in a lot of different martial arts. Can't comment on his 'Hard Man' stuff but a lot of the stuff he taught us was sound and I still use it in lessons if I ever teach (which come to think of it I don't any more but you know what I mean)

I won't say I agreed with everything he did or said but if someone told me he was training in Newcastle I would defo go down for a session.
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Post  David Butler on Thu Jul 05, 2012 8:09 am

Hi,

I've travelled down to Weymouth 3 or 4 times to train with Mo Teague, great instructor very friendly but his practical application is awesome.


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Post  David Turton on Thu Jul 05, 2012 9:59 am

I have known Mo for many years .. he knows his stuff

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Post  combatnige on Fri Jul 13, 2012 6:50 am

have never trained with Mo, heard good things and bad things about him.

best thing to do is go see and make up your mind, thats what I do with instructors of note..

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