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Warum schon im Vorfeld verzweifeln? Beide Teams begannen forsch, aber auch hektisch und nervös. Die weiteren Tore von Daniele de Rossi Tim Borowski — Miroslav Klose Vincenzo Iaquinta — Francesco Totti Die Stimmen zum Spiel.

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Write a review Rate this item: Preview this item Preview this item. The plane had come in early and the traffic in Milano had been particularly difficult, so we missed connections upon arrival and I had a chance to explore the airport and exchange some currency.

I could see they were looking for the book I was pretending to read, so I tipped it down and looked off toward the coffee shop to avoid eye contact and become invisible.

I sat quietly as they passed on their way to the gate. Just a little private Ninja invisibility joke. Then signaled to them. Once we made eye contact, it was obvious they recognized me and we greeted with smiles and congratulations all around.

Simona and Ricardo delivered me to the Petite Hotel Giannino where I had showered off the flight and awaited the next contact. We snacked on fresh baked bread and fromage cheese as the impressario poured a second glass of wine for the meal.

Blanco white this time. Maestro asked me if I liked white wine and I replied that I enjoyed it but had heard that red wine was actually more healthy.

This brand was especially for the house by a local brewery and had been for many years the finest. We held it to the light and considered the clarity, swirling it gently in this the third and largest of the glasses thusfar poured.

This produced a fragrant aroma within in the tapering glass above the stem that was next enjoyed, before gently touching the glasses together and savoring the flavor of a sip.

The secret here is to breathe out somewhat before you drink. Not gulps but a sufficient sip to fill at least a third of the mouth and stimulate the palate.

Swishing the wine from front to back with the tongue stimulates the salivary glands, producing enzymes essential for proper digestion and initiates the appetite.

Swallow and breathe in slowly through the mouth to capture the aroma lingering in the palate. Hold for a moment, then, exhale gently through the nose with your eyes closed to experience the entirely of wine tasting.

In this way the wine is experienced by all the senses. The eye sees the color and clarity, the nose the aroma, the touch of the wine on the lips, the taste on the tongue.

And, to the ear, the gentle sound of the glasses touching in friendship. It is an art, that teaches you to enjoy your life.

Rice with mushroom sauce, pasta, salad, and a glass of McAllen whiskey for dessert. The meeting lasted two hours. We adjourned to the Dojo, about a ten minute ride through a mixture of ancient shops and neolistic businesses.

Traffic swirling all around you, The roads are somewhat narrow and, although they drive on the right, they also pass on the right; and the left; and the shoulder.

Traffic flows along pretty much at a steady pace and it is catch as catch can for the right of way. But, I never saw a single accident and only one chap getting a ticket.

So, I must conclude that the Italians are just good drivers. I expect Ferrari owners would agree. Under the bridge by the shopping center, through the roundabout, along a straight road lined with ancient villas, surrounded by fields of rice and corn.

The Dojo was located in Carbonara al Ticino, a community of 1, inhabitants Carbonaresi with a surface area of Carbonara al to the Ticino is a pleasant place on the coastal side of the river it overlooks.

It presents various demographic and agricultural features of interest in its territory between the Canarazzo and Cantarana tributaries which lead directly to the rivers, Sabbione and Campomaggiore.

In the past, this was periodically set on fire in order to produce a primitive type of firewood coal. This immense forest spread from the Terdoppio until it reached the Ticino and then flows on to the Po river.

The territory of the Siccomario, at the confluence of the two rivers, would be found in Lomellina, but, for historical reasons, it is considered to be part of Pavia.

In the courtyard of the elementary school is restored an ancient Romanesque sink. Currently the country extends in a territory of rare beauty, cultivated in rice and maize, across from the Ticino river that is just in front of the Canarazzo Fraction.

In the fields and along the rivers are found a rich variety of flora and fauna, including: Tourists to the region often take excursions along the river and smaller water courses to observe these indigenous plants or visit the local farms including the cattle breeding facilities.

The parochial Church, dedicated to Saint Giovanni Evangelista, was erected in Inside are found sacred pictures and effigy between which is a 15th century representation in wood of the Madonna with Child and Knows two monks in prayer , attributed to the school of the Borgognone.

Of the history of the region, it can be said that they established some of the first laws regulating commerce and the use of symbols of their regional products.

One of example of this would have to be the diplomatic Code Longobardo which mentions a regal diploma of Cuniberto A. The stilizzato flower represents a sign still found on cliffs of the Valcamonica.

Recorded from a time at the beginning of Lombardic history. The Lombardy is one administrative region of northwestern Italy. It is population is approximately nine million inhabitants.

Its capital is Milan. We turned right onto via Vittorio around a winding left turn, back to the right and arrived at the International Accademia delle Arti da Combattimento.

We pulled onto the pebbled drive and parked. There were two metal doors on the front, topped by high windows above.

Making the structure about twenty-five feet tall. We bowed as we entered the training hall out of reverence for the tradition of the martial arts we all enjoyed so greatly.

The floors were polished, tongue-in-groove hardwood and extended about fifteen feet to the edge of the large tatami area, padded with modern interlocking squares of impact absorbing pad.

There was a red felt runway toward the northwest corner of the tatami and down the side to the back wall.

Just inside the door hung the blue and white flag of the United Nations. To the left, in the northeast corner of the building was a brand new professional boxing ring, complete with apron and mounted rest stools on the corner posts.

This would be used by some of the Muay Thai fighters who would attend for part of the seminar presentation.

In the southeast corner stood a temple frame with a variety of kicking bags. Some large and standard, some long and tapering, some small, heavy and light.

All have their applications. A speed ball was at the farthest corner and a speed bag marked the center of the east wall between these two areas. Next along the south wall is the shrine.

A beautiful carved sandalwood Buddha sits in contemplation on a low dais with his right hand raised in the center of the red wooden framework adorned with tassel and cord.

An incense burner sits before the shrine and a large dragon gong on its left. This area is used for ceremonies, and we lit incense to assure the success of our adventure.

Next along the back wall was the weapons wall. A dragon head katana, daito, bokken, hanbo, and knives on display.

Protected by black Japanese bamboo helmets. Maestro had acquired many of these artifacts during his training in Japan years before.

Next to this, the doorway to the carpeted locker rooms, with showers and a separate handicapped facility. Not required by law in Italy as in the USA, but a nice gesture.

We were now at the southwest corner of the tatami area, where the red felt runaway met the center of the back wall. Crossing to the carpeted workout area there were a variety of weight benches and lifting gear available to the student wishing to train with them to develop more physical strength.

Behind them was a brown wooden wall about ten feet high that did not extend to the heavily beamed and concrete ceiling.

A shelf with his battle ribbons and decorations. He had seen service in the French Foreign Legion and participated in a rescue mission to save journalists kidnapped and held for ransom in Rwanda.

Next to this, a rear door leading outside onto what will soon be the veranda. The roof is already in place. Once completed, this area will be used for what we Americans refer to as a Bar-B-Cue.

Even now the tables and chairs were in place. Beyond this area was a sharp incline covered in undergrowth and brush.

A pair of new peach tree saplings were just beginning to put out new leaves and small fruit. Maestro confided to me that he intended to build bungalows in the rear of the Dojo so he could host students who wanted to live onsite and train for some periods.

And to develop an obstacle course in the wooded area below. Back inside, we passed behind the wall that backed up the weight room area.

Spacious wooden shelves for the library were in place on the other side, facing the closed rooms on the western side of the huge building. A solar tanning bed in one, a massage therapy table in the other, these leading us to the northwestern corner where the office area was defined by a counter that opened to the rightmost of the two large doors.

It faced the kitchen and dining area that occupied the central half of the northern wall. Meat cutting area and tools, sinks, cappuccino machine.

A separate cold storage area for drinks and ice. Salami, bologna, pepperoni, cheese, more fresh bread, and of course, wine.

There was a wall separating this area from the weight room. On the other side of that were large mirrors for practicing posing or kata on the carpeted floor.

Between the kitchen and the door we had entered was the long closet storage area and the audio system. It was a grand tour of a magnificent facility.

We sat in the dining area for a while discussing plans for the seminar. Then back to the hotel for the evening. The term Petite Hotel applied only to the physical dimensions of the accommodations.

The generosity and hospitality are more than grand. The room was small, only large enough to accommodate the queen size bed.

To the left as you unlock the solid door was the wardrobe, beside that a television set above a dormitory refrigerator at the foot of the bed.

Beside that, the wall of bathroom facilities and across from that door a desk and chair. The wall across from the door had French windows that opened onto a terrace some three stories above the roadway.

And a similar set of shuttered tall windows in the lieu. I stepped out into the cool Italian evening, onto the small terrace.

I was put in mind of a Bruce Lee movie, Return of the Dragon, circa in which he had gone to Italy and fought a then almost unheard of Chuck Norris in a climactic fight scene in the Coliseum.

He had stood on a balcony much like this in that film. Breathing in the clean fresh air, filing himself with vitality and energy. I looked up at the night sky and did a few Chi Kung exercises to restore any imbalances that might have been created by flying across the ocean and the change in diet.

And, because the balcony was long and thin I ended my solo workout for the evening with a quick run through of Tekki Shodan Kata from Shotokan Karate.

At the conclusion of the form I did the customary bow and started to go inside. Before I could turn away, however, I heard the sound of one hand clapping.

Somewhere in the darkness, someone softly applauding. Might not have been for me, but I took another bow anyway.

He spoke a little English and we chatted merrily on the way to the Dojo. He planned to marry in a few weeks and was debating whether to honeymoon in Mexico or Florida.

Naturally, I recommended the Sunshine State. The weather there was much like the region we currently enjoyed.

Once at the Dojo we changed into our ghi uniforms and tried a few techniques on the tatami. Cesare hooked up with Didier Laborgne, the French Muay Thai Kicking Champion, and they began to go over the techniques they would be teaching at their clinic during the Tai Kai.

This aspect of martial arts, maia in Japanese, distancing, is one of the crucial steps in overcoming an opponent in mortal combat.

In Dojo, can practice and experiment. In Las Strada, the street, must be spontaneous and effective. Anything that can be effective is considered and evaluated.

The idea is to present to the student a variety of options from which to choose. And, not be limited to one style or system.

So, better to have no name for what we do. Because it also encompasses how to heal the injuries we may incur or inflict. What is important is to share the knowledge we have with those who seek it, and to enjoy doing so.

It is not about hurting your training partners. Only Maestro is allowed to do that. Because sometimes you have to feel it to know it works.

And, only a master knows how much force to apply and when to apply it. It is about hurting your opponent so that he does not hurt you. Or, in the case of Ninjitsu, prevailing without throwing a punch.

So that no one is injured. It is abut conflict resolution and self-defense. Not about imposing your will on the enemy. Even if he chose to make himself one.

It is about enjoying working and training together and taking pride in ourselves and what we, as human beings, can do, because it is considerable.

And, everyone is capable of that. What we do is show a variety of exercises from which to choose, so that you may do them and learn the transcendental lessons of martial arts.

These cannot be explained in mere words. That is why they are transcendental. They are not a philosophy, and yet everyone who finds them is changed forever for the better.

Not everyone has to walk the same path. Between the savage and terrifying techniques of the Hung Gar Kung Fu Iron Palm and the Aiki-Jutsu master who playfully leads his opponent around by the pain in his wrist and subdues with a series of bone breaking, twisting and locking arm, leg, and neck bars, there is no imbalance, there is only harmony.

Between the Dim Mak master and the Chinese Physician who heals with a touch, there is only balance. We worked on wristlocks initially.

This is because when infiltrating or escaping from the enemy camp, there is always the chance that you will be confronted and have to fight your way free.

The modern application is self-defense. Knowing Tonpo allows them to break free and escape. We added a few modifications like an Elbow Strike over your shoulder to his head to distract him.

We moved onto Counters and Mirror techniques.

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Please enter your name. Maestro confided to me that he intended to build bungalows in the rear of the Dojo so he could host students who wanted to live onsite and train for some periods.

And to develop an obstacle course in the wooded area below. Back inside, we passed behind the wall that backed up the weight room area.

Spacious wooden shelves for the library were in place on the other side, facing the closed rooms on the western side of the huge building.

A solar tanning bed in one, a massage therapy table in the other, these leading us to the northwestern corner where the office area was defined by a counter that opened to the rightmost of the two large doors.

It faced the kitchen and dining area that occupied the central half of the northern wall. Meat cutting area and tools, sinks, cappuccino machine.

A separate cold storage area for drinks and ice. Salami, bologna, pepperoni, cheese, more fresh bread, and of course, wine.

There was a wall separating this area from the weight room. On the other side of that were large mirrors for practicing posing or kata on the carpeted floor.

Between the kitchen and the door we had entered was the long closet storage area and the audio system. It was a grand tour of a magnificent facility.

We sat in the dining area for a while discussing plans for the seminar. Then back to the hotel for the evening.

The term Petite Hotel applied only to the physical dimensions of the accommodations. The generosity and hospitality are more than grand.

The room was small, only large enough to accommodate the queen size bed. To the left as you unlock the solid door was the wardrobe, beside that a television set above a dormitory refrigerator at the foot of the bed.

Beside that, the wall of bathroom facilities and across from that door a desk and chair. The wall across from the door had French windows that opened onto a terrace some three stories above the roadway.

And a similar set of shuttered tall windows in the lieu. I stepped out into the cool Italian evening, onto the small terrace.

I was put in mind of a Bruce Lee movie, Return of the Dragon, circa in which he had gone to Italy and fought a then almost unheard of Chuck Norris in a climactic fight scene in the Coliseum.

He had stood on a balcony much like this in that film. Breathing in the clean fresh air, filing himself with vitality and energy.

I looked up at the night sky and did a few Chi Kung exercises to restore any imbalances that might have been created by flying across the ocean and the change in diet.

And, because the balcony was long and thin I ended my solo workout for the evening with a quick run through of Tekki Shodan Kata from Shotokan Karate.

At the conclusion of the form I did the customary bow and started to go inside. Before I could turn away, however, I heard the sound of one hand clapping.

Somewhere in the darkness, someone softly applauding. Might not have been for me, but I took another bow anyway.

He spoke a little English and we chatted merrily on the way to the Dojo. He planned to marry in a few weeks and was debating whether to honeymoon in Mexico or Florida.

Naturally, I recommended the Sunshine State. The weather there was much like the region we currently enjoyed.

Once at the Dojo we changed into our ghi uniforms and tried a few techniques on the tatami. Cesare hooked up with Didier Laborgne, the French Muay Thai Kicking Champion, and they began to go over the techniques they would be teaching at their clinic during the Tai Kai.

This aspect of martial arts, maia in Japanese, distancing, is one of the crucial steps in overcoming an opponent in mortal combat. In Dojo, can practice and experiment.

In Las Strada, the street, must be spontaneous and effective. Anything that can be effective is considered and evaluated.

The idea is to present to the student a variety of options from which to choose. And, not be limited to one style or system. So, better to have no name for what we do.

Because it also encompasses how to heal the injuries we may incur or inflict. What is important is to share the knowledge we have with those who seek it, and to enjoy doing so.

It is not about hurting your training partners. Only Maestro is allowed to do that. Because sometimes you have to feel it to know it works.

And, only a master knows how much force to apply and when to apply it. It is about hurting your opponent so that he does not hurt you.

Or, in the case of Ninjitsu, prevailing without throwing a punch. So that no one is injured. It is abut conflict resolution and self-defense.

Not about imposing your will on the enemy. Even if he chose to make himself one. It is about enjoying working and training together and taking pride in ourselves and what we, as human beings, can do, because it is considerable.

And, everyone is capable of that. What we do is show a variety of exercises from which to choose, so that you may do them and learn the transcendental lessons of martial arts.

These cannot be explained in mere words. That is why they are transcendental. They are not a philosophy, and yet everyone who finds them is changed forever for the better.

Not everyone has to walk the same path. Between the savage and terrifying techniques of the Hung Gar Kung Fu Iron Palm and the Aiki-Jutsu master who playfully leads his opponent around by the pain in his wrist and subdues with a series of bone breaking, twisting and locking arm, leg, and neck bars, there is no imbalance, there is only harmony.

Between the Dim Mak master and the Chinese Physician who heals with a touch, there is only balance. We worked on wristlocks initially. This is because when infiltrating or escaping from the enemy camp, there is always the chance that you will be confronted and have to fight your way free.

The modern application is self-defense. Knowing Tonpo allows them to break free and escape. We added a few modifications like an Elbow Strike over your shoulder to his head to distract him.

We moved onto Counters and Mirror techniques. I demonstrated how the same technique could be applied to either wrist to achieve a different controlling armlock.

To practice the Entering Pivot have the opponent stand facing you and take a hold on your right wrist with his left hand. Swing your captured wrist inward between you and as he resists your attempt to escape, take advantage of his reaction to reverse direction and swing your arm up and outward while seizing his left wrist with your left hand.

Step under his upraised arm and behind him. Then pull down on his wrist to lock his arm in a straight arm bar standing beside him. You have turned clockwise.

Now have him stand facing and take hold of your right wrist with his right hand. Perform exactly the same movement and you will twist his wrist upward and back over his shoulder into a Top Wristlock, from which you can control him or take him down.

You now have two applications of one technique, the Entering Pivot. The Counter to this technique is for the opponent to grab your shoulder as you try to step under his upraised arm and bend his arm down to choke you.

That is why it is important to strike him with your elbow as you step in, to distract him. The Mirror Method is the most non-violent of all. The effect is that the two Entering Pivots cancel each other out and the players return to their original positions.

After a practice period we had a short break and photo session before dismissing. Maestro Adriano and Allesandro were also stopping at Hotel Giannino, so we returned there for lunch.

Another spectacular meal, served impeccably by our jovial host, His white coat and cravat drifting all about the room serving up his delicacies or refilling the wine glasses of his guests.

In a different part of the dining room this afternoon I was struck by the elegant decorations. The walls were adorned with copper pots used long ago by such fine chefs.

The far wall was covered with pictures of prize winning hunting dogs. The foyer with awards and pictures of the staff with famous guests.

The workmanship of the tables and chairs, the details of the silverware, the heavy cloth napkins, the buzz of conversation in the room, all contributed to the ambience of warmth and hospitality.

If there was a stranger in the room you would never know it. Everyone is treated so warmly and served with such graciousness.

We returned to the Dojo where Maestro Mario announced to the assembly that his Accademia delle Arti da Combattimento had that day received from the Italian government its official Olympic sanction and with it the right to display and wear the national colors.

Congratulations and applause all around for this singular honor and distinction. A well deserved recognition of outstanding skill and ability.

We began the session after lunch with meditation. We went through the symbolic meaning of the meditation ritual. The left hand being Yin, the void circular, feminine energy.

The right hand representing Yang, the linear masculine force. And Tao, the union of these two forces to create meaning and beauty, striving always for balance.

And the Kuji Kiri finger-knitting positions that raise the life force from the lower energy centers to the higher so it can be circulated for good health and vitality.

These breathing exercises allowed time for proper digestion of the afternoon meal. After that we practiced the Forbidden Form, an aggressive kata formal exercise drill that represents the Fire Element among the Nine Fists of the Ninja.

Later that afternoon I was officially initiated into Accademia delle Arti da Combattimento. I was presented with the ceremonial symbols of these devices as a sign of my acceptance into this elite fraternity, as I was welcomed by the other masters of the Academy.

Dinner that evening was at a local Pizzaria. Maestro knew the owner who welcomed our party of twelve up the stairs to his veranda with open arms.

There was a discussion of which toppings to would be enjoyed and the thin crust pizza a la Napoli was soon covering the large table around which we sat.

Maestro took the middle of the table, facing the portico. I was given a seat at one end so we all could talk and see each other.

So, there is no point. Besides if you win today. Perhaps tomorrow I will win. So, even if you win today, it means nothing.

Also, even if I win, and I am sure I can because I cheat and even youth and ability cannot overcome age and treachery, even so, I may be injured.

How shall I pay for this if there is no prize? Then there is the matter of lethality. When you are in the ring you must WANT to hurt the opponent.

I just want to do my exercise. So, by making it impossible for anyone to meet the requirements, I avoid having to teach harsh lessons for free.

Besides, I have no money to travel or meet all these challengers, and most of them never show up anyway. If the prize has no value, then the battle is just a test of strength.

I have no need to test my strength. I have found it sufficient many times. No need to go looking for trouble.

Cesare would not fight for free because he is a trained professional athlete. So too, in my own way, am I. Besides, Karma will take care of them eventually.

Like if someone put the publishers who stole your money out of business? It is about getting better. All you can take are your memories.

All the other customers went home. All the staff went home except the owner. When we arrived, Giovanni from Bologna had come in on the train and was glad to see us.

He was one of the designated interpreters, having just graduated university. Beginning again with meditation to divorce ourselves of the world outside the training hall, calm the mind and heal the body, I made a short talk about how these elements were also related to aspects of combat.

Standing, I demonstrated how Ninja techniques were divided into five directions, each one represented by an element, each of which placed the Ninja in a strategic position to overcome the opponent and unbalance him so you can flee to safety.

Remember, Ninjitsu is not about fighting, it is about invisibility. That is why it is the ONLY non-violent martial art known to man.

His reaction determines whether you duck out of sight or counter-attack. During the practice of these methods Maestro Mario asked if we would like some music.

We agreed and enjoyed the background of traditional Chinese songs as we trained. Circling left, I called a stop, pivot on the balls of both feet to reverse direction while executing a Mirror Block and stepping off in time an equal number of revolutions in the opposite direction.

After a few times practicing this forward pivot until it could be executed smoothly by everyone, I called a halt when the opposite foot was in front and we practiced the Back Pivot for a while.

Just as the first two compliment each other as forward and back. The second pair are examples of long and short fist techniques long range and close range.

Simple basic drills to music to develop rhythm and timing, dancing the Eight Mystic Trigrams. We had a short break and Maestro Mario finished up the session with a presentation of rifle, gun and knife defenses.

The comparison of military methods and martial art methods was illuminating and provided considerable insight into the differing underlying principles of each application.

Maestro also pointed out that many commercial martial arts techniques that involve grabbing the barrel of weapon, basically using spear defense techniques to disarm the soldier, neglect to take into account that, if captured on the battlefield, the barrel of a rifle might well be hot enough to burn your hand and spoil your technique.

A shift of an inch may save your life, whether you deflect the weapon or simply make sure it does not injure you as you execute close in-fighting techniques with devastating effect to stun the enemy immediately so he can be finished off, the first principle is Target Denial, a classic principle of Ninjitsu.

And utterly ruthless efficiency, a classic military principle. The table was long and medieval in design. With high backed chairs and solid legs.

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