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Kendo Nashville

Kendo Nashville


Kendo means the way of the sword. Kendo is the sword art of the samurai or bushi. It is the highly ritualized practice and formal art of Japanese swordsmanship that emerged over a thousand years ago. Kendo today is practiced using bamboo swords called shinai. To practice kendo bogu or protective…
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Chicago Midwest

Chicago Midwest


Here’s a somewhat regular argument I get in: Which states make up which regions of the United States? Some of these regions — the West Coast, Mountain States, Southwest and Northeast are pretty clearly defined — but two other regions, the South and the Midwest, are more nebulous. I’m from New York, and I generally consider anything west of Philadelphia the Midwest. This admittedly…


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ASU Schools

ASU Schools


In 2010, the Cronkite School became the second of only two schools in the U.S. currently hosting a Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship in journalism. The program, in partnership with the U.S. State Department and the Institute of International Education, brings accomplished, often award-winning, mid-career professionals from emerging democracies to the United States for an intensive…


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Aiki Kai

Aiki Kai


We are a dojo located in Nashville, TN that practices the Japanese martial art of Aikido and are affiliated with the Aikido Schools of Ueshiba. Aikido is a Japanese Martial Art developed by Morihei Ueshiba. By blending his peaceful philosophical beliefs with his broad experience of Japanese Budo, he discovered an art of peaceful reconciliation. Physical strength is not required…


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Martial system

Martial system


Gatka is an ancient martial art which has been thoroughly battle-tested and has existed in northern India for many thousands of years. It is considered to be a spiritual as well as a physical exercise. Both these aspects of the person are developed to a high level during the learning phase in this ancient art. Although it uses the sword as its primary weapon, many other weapons…


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Gold Coast North Miami

Gold Coast North Miami


West Palm Beach (Lantana) 6216 S. Congress Avenue Lantana, FL 33462 800-732-9140 Directions From I-95: Take I-95 to Lantana Road. Exit west on Lantana Road to Congress Ave. Turn left on Congress and then left into Atlantis Plaza. From Turnpike: (From the North) Take the turnpike to Lake Worth Road. Exit east on Lake Worth Road to Congress Ave. Turn right on Congress and then…


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Miyama Ryu Jujutsu

Miyama Ryu Jujutsu


Are there any other Miyama Ryu Dojos in the US? Yes, you can find information on Miyama Ryu or links related to other Miyama Ryu Dojo s here: Jujutsu, Jujitsu, Jiujitsu, Juijitsu and Jiujutsu: What s the difference? None. When the art of Jujutsu was translated from the Japanese language into the Romanized languages like English, there was no established way of spelling it correctly…


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Hiroshi Ikeda

Hiroshi Ikeda


The Oberlin Aikikai hosts three annual seminars, conducted by some of the highest ranked instructors in Aikido. There is a seminar every fall and winter, and Hiroshi Ikeda-shihan teaches his annual May seminar in the spring. Club members and Exco students should follow this page for up-to-date announcements and schedules. Our next seminar will be our Spring seminar with Hiroshi…


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UCLA Rec Center

UCLA Rec Center


UCLA Recreation has delayed its decision to discontinue its towel service at John Wooden Center this fall. The change was made to contribute toward UCLA’s Sustainable LA Grand Challenge, which aims to maximize local water supplies and reduce water consumption to help make LA County sustainable by 2050. UCLA aims to meet the campus-wide goal of a 36 percent reduction in potable…


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Kenpo Jujitsu

Kenpo Jujitsu


Usually, the first question I get asked is: Which is it, Kempo or Kenpo? (as it is commonly written both ways). The answer is: It s both, and it s neither. All Zen aside, let s answer another question first What is it? Ken·p - (literally fist law ). Kenp, also known as Kemp, is a common Japanese term used to refer to unarmed martial arts, and is sometimes used as a blanket…


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ASU Events Calendar

ASU Events Calendar


Please read the following instructions carefully. All directions must be completed in their entirety. No exceptions will be made to the Funding Policy for any reason. Graduate Student Organizations (GSOs) may apply for GPSA funding to support ASU events. Applications are limited to $2, per event, and may include requests for funding for several events (up to $2, each) up…


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Kevin Choate

Kevin Choate


Kevin O’Keefe is a member of the firm’s litigation department and focuses his practice on litigating complex civil cases in state and federal court. Kevin represents sophisticated clients in a wide variety of industries and has experience defending high profile litigation and regulatory investigations in state and federal venues across the country. Prior to joining Choate…


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Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu

Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu


2016 Katsuura seminar & Headquarters Convention The special training session will be held as planned, from August 7 18:00 to Saturday, 14:00. The Headquarters Convention will be held at the end on this seminar, from Friday to Saturday. For members who will be joining later, the participation fee will be of 6, JPY. Friday 12 Morning: Dan ranking evaluation Afternoon:…


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UCLA Wooden classes

UCLA Wooden classes


221 Westwood Plz Los Angeles, CA 90095 (310) 206-8307 I like Wooden. Started working out here in undergrad and due to a series of ranodme vents never ended up leaving. I generally come in to do quick n dirty cardio, especially in the winter when it s cold and dark at like 430 and I want to run after work. They have tons of treadmills, stationary bikes, and ellipticals - even…


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Class UCLA

Class UCLA


Mindful Awareness Practices are the signature educational programs of the Mindful Awareness Research Center. These six-week class series are open to the public and to all UCLA staff, faculty, and students. The classes lay the foundation for students to understand basic principles of mindfulness, develop a personal meditation practice, and to apply the principles in their daily…


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How to spell Jujitsu?

How to spell Jujitsu?


Arguably, Jujutsu is the most frequently misspelled word in the martial arts. The words used, vary from Ju to Jiu or Jiuy, and the spelling of jutsu is commonly spelled jitsu. The non-Japanese speakers use these words interchangeably regardless of the spelling; Ju meaning gentle, pliable, yielding, flexible, etc. and jutsu meaning art, techniques, or science. Historically…


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Sosuishi Ryu Ju-Jutsu

Sosuishi Ryu Ju-Jutsu


By simply searching the internet, you can find countless descriptions of judo, it’s origin, and philosophy. is a good reference for the basic concept of judo. Below are some of the key concepts from that and other sources. Judo (, jūdō , meaning “gentle way”) is primarily an empty handed Japanese martial art. Judo is a Japanese martial art, a style of Jujutsu, originally the…


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Holiday Park Fort Lauderdale Florida

Holiday Park Fort Lauderdale Florida


Everglades Airboat Tours, Gator Shows, Everglades Boat Ride Rentals & More! Welcome to Everglades Holiday Park! Climb aboard one of our state-of-the-art vessels for an unforgettable Everglades airboat ride, then take in a live alligator presentation featuring the Gator Boys Alligator Rescue in our world famous Gator Pit! Florida Everglades Airboat Ride - Exciting, Entertaining…


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Fusen Ryu Jujutsu

Fusen Ryu Jujutsu


The relationships between judo, Kosen judo, various traditional Japanese jujutsu ryu, groundwork (newaza), the nature of challenge matches during that period in Japan, and pinning a style on a given grappling expert during that period in Japan are all very complicated and deeply interconnected. In my view, if we are to develop an understanding of this history, we must do so…


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Founder of Jujitsu

Founder of Jujitsu


8th Dan Founder Ryoju Sen Tanto Jutsu Kyoshi Len Seymour, 8th Degree black belt in karate has over 50 years’ experience in the martial arts. Born in Montana in 1949, he became interested in wrestling and martial arts at an early age. He started his karate training in 1962 in Tang Soo Do at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Great Falls Montana. In 1966 he moved to San Diego California…


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