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Well... really I don't.
But I'd like to get my step-son and I into something.
I've taken Shotokan Karate (almost 20 years ago) and I've been interested in Tai Chi, but I'd like something my step-son and I can do together.
I'm 30, 5'9", 240, wide shoulders and strong legs.
He's 9, Around 5', thin (he'll be wiry, not bulk I imagine when he hits puberty).
What's a good martial art for someone who took it nearly 2 decades ago and someone who has never taken one before? I'm open to anything except Shotokan or Ishenryu Karate.