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Hakkoryu Jujutsu

Hakkoryu Jujutsu


In Hakkoryu, no work of writing, film, video, observation in a dojo, or other form of indirect instruction can ever convey proper thinking and technique. There has never been a substitute for the transmission of Hakkoryu directly from the Soke or qualified Shihan. This is why Hakkoryu has not made its…
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Aikido, Police

Aikido, Police


At the end of February, a group of international students graduated from the Tokyo-based Yoshinkan Honbu Dojo, one of the most intensive martial arts training centers in the world. Yoshinkan (meaning “hall for cultivating the spirit”) is a style of aikido founded by Gozo Shioda after World War II. Made…
The Awkward Stage


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Jiu Jitsu fighting techniques

Jiu Jitsu fighting techniques


There are too many variables to give a formulaic answer. Especially if there is a possibility that the question comes from someone wanting to extract and incorporate supposedly key jiu jitsu techniques into his or her own patchwork system. Jiu jitsu has tons of techniques, but the invisible technique…
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Aiki characters

Aiki characters


A list of characters in the manga open/close all folders Kunitoshi Joukyuu and Allies/Disciples Joukyuu is an expert martial artist, renowned for his prowess in the art of grappling and throws. About ten years before the start of the series, the bones in his body were dislocated and relocated overnight by his father, who wanted to teach Joukyuu a lesson about humility.Despite…


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Japanese Jiu Jitsu in MMA

Japanese Jiu Jitsu in MMA


First Day of BJJ (from the Japanese Jiu Jitsu Perspective) by Bill Jones (BJJ Black Belt under Pedro Sauer) I will never forget my first day of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu training. It truly changed my life, and the direction my martial arts training would head forever. Before I get to that point, let me give you a little background on me. In 1985, I started training Tae Kwon Do after…


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Peachtree Aikikai

Peachtree Aikikai


March 26, 2016. David Farrell, 7th Dan, Shihan, David Halprin, 7th Dan, Shihan, Barbara Britton, 6th Dan, Shihan & Kathy Joint, 5th Dan. To Framingham Aikikai for Kanai Sensei Memorial Seminar. January 23, 2016. Barbara Britton, 6th Dan, Shihan, Fiona Blyth, 5th Dan, Shidoin, Stephanie Cook, 4th Dan, New York Aikikai to Framingham Aikikai New Year s Seminar. November…


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Aikido Charlotte NC

Aikido Charlotte NC


Aikido of Charlotte is a North Carolina Non-Profit Educational organization founded over 25 years ago and is the oldest, most experienced aikido dojo in the Charlotte area. Our Chief Instructor, Dennis Main Sensei, 6th Dan, Shidoin has over 45 years of experience and is the most senior aikido teacher in the Charlotte surrounding area. We are dedicated to the teaching of traditional…


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Martial Arts Skills

Martial Arts Skills


Wilmington, North Carolina Wilmington Martial Arts and Karate Karate for Kids Testimonial and Review When my eight-year-old son first asked me if I would let him take Karate for Kids, I was a little worried. Karate seems so dangerous and I was concerned that my boy would end up injured. After talking with my husband, we agreed to give the program a chance and now we are so…


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Different types of Jiu Jitsu

Different types of Jiu Jitsu


By Joe Garcia Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is one of the most rapidly growing martial arts in the world. Partly due to being popularized by the Gracie family and the UFC, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu consists primarily of ground fighting techniques, borrowed and adapted from Judo, Japanese JuJitsu, Wrestling and Sambo. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu or “BJJ” is also known as one of the hardest martial…


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Karate or Aikido

Karate or Aikido


(excerpts) Aikido and shotokan karate are popularly viewed as vastly different styles. Their approaches to the martial arts appear to come from opposite ends of the hardness/softness spectrum. Aikido is considered a soft style, while shotokan is viewed as a hard system. Yet, they share many similarities. Although many people interpret aikido as a passive style, high-ranking…


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Martial Arts paintings

Martial Arts paintings


Many people consider Asia to be the center of the martial arts world—though it is not necessarily the birthplace of all the arts. However, it can’t be denied that many of the most prominent martial arts originate from the region—kung fu, karate, hwa rang do. From ancient myths and legends to historical revolutions, martial arts have been shaped by many factors. Sometimes it’s…


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Martial Arts Redlands CA

Martial Arts Redlands CA


721 Nevada St Ste 402 Redlands, CA 92373 The coaches here are top notch. I have trained at other places and have noticed a huge difference in skill level of students even at just the white belt level. The students here are GOOD! I received my blue belt at a different gym, and honestly felt more accomplished after receiving my first stripe while training here.The environment…


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Hakkoryu Jujutsu
Hakkoryu Jujutsu
In Hakkoryu, no work of writing, film…
Aikido, Police
Aikido, Police
At the end of February, a group of international…
Jiu Jitsu fighting techniques
Jiu Jitsu fighting…
There are too many variables to give…
Aiki characters
Aiki characters
A list of characters in the manga open/close…
Japanese Jiu Jitsu in MMA
Japanese Jiu…
First Day of BJJ (from the Japanese Jiu…
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