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June 28, 1995 | IRENE GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Barefoot and clad in a white gi, Ray Tinaza flipped a couple of kids flat on their backs. When one got up, Tinaza gently grabbed his arm and slammed him to the ground again. The point Tinaza was trying to make to the judo students at the Stonehurst Recreation Center is that you have to be quick, alert and sharp at all times. The alternative is getting the wind knocked out of you. "There has to be constant moving," Tinaza said to the attentive students, also clad in gis.
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June 28, 1995 | IRENE GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Barefoot and clad in a white gi, Ray Tinaza flipped a couple of kids flat on their backs. When one got up, Tinaza gently grabbed his arm and slammed him to the ground again. The point Tinaza was trying to make to the judo students at the Stonehurst Recreation Center is that you have to be quick, alert and sharp at all times. The alternative is getting the wind knocked out of you. "There has to be constant moving," Tinaza said to the attentive students, also clad in gis.
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