Did his training help…?

Sensei Post in Entertainment

Bruce Kanegai holds a fifth-degree black belt in karate. He sometimes jogs barefoot in the hills to keep in shape. And for more than three decades, he has braved the minefield that is a high school campus, teaching teen-agers art. But recently, the 58-year-old Simi Valley man finished what might have been his toughest endeavor – an appearance on “Survivor.” While he is contractually obligated not to speak about his performance, and nobody but a few insiders knows how he did, the town is buzzing. “Bruce is a survivor in any environment that you put him in,” said Simi Valley City Councilman Glen Becerra, who met Kanegai as a Simi Valley High School student in the early 1980s. “He can adapt in any kind of environment. … I would put him up against anybody mentally and physically.”
It will be interesting to follow the series and see if his Martial Arts training and skills benefit him at all in this competition! By all rights as a fifth-degree black belt he should be able to physically outlast the other contestants. He should also have total control over himself while others crumble! It will be interesting to watch indeed!! The latest installment of the show – “Survivor: Panama – Exile Island” – is scheduled to begin airing Thursday on CBS. The winner will be revealed in the final episode in May. Most of the show was filmed in the fall.
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