Sports Martial Arts

KoKoDo Jujutsu

KoKoDo Jujutsu


KoKoDo JuJutsu; Feeling is believing! A martial art specializing in the use of wrist locks, joint manipulation & targeted pressure along key meridian points, to dissuade an attacker s will to continue. Gentleness overcomes anger, you just need to learn how to relax and throw away power. Good…
Do yourself a favor and read this page end to end.


Read more
Yoshimitsu Yamada

Yoshimitsu Yamada


Yoshimitsu Yamada was born on 17 February 1938 in Tokyo. His father, Ichiro, was an academic professor, and his mother, Michio, took care of his home. The father’s family was related to Abe family and, when as a child Ichiro lost his parents, he was adopted by them. The difficult situation of Japan during the II World War forced both families to emigrate to Korea during the…


Read more
Aikido classes

Aikido classes


Monday Evenings: 7:15 - 8:15 PM (Basics) and 8:30 - 9:15 PM (Advanced) Tuesday and Thursday Morning: 7:30 - 8:30 AM Tuesday and Thursday Evenings: 6:30 - 7:30 PM and 7:45 - 9:00 PM Wednesday and Friday: 8:00 - 9:00 AM and Noon - 1PM Fridays: 7:15 - 8:15 PM Saturday Mornings: 8:30 - 10:00 AM Sundays: 9:00 - 10:30 AM (Meditation and Aiki Weapons) Jiyukeiko means free training…


Read more
Yoga Northridge

Yoga Northridge


Join us and laugh for the health of it with very freeing laughter exercises! Laughter Yoga is a deceptively simple, yet very powerful and potentially life-changing form of exercise that anybody can do — anytime, anywhere. Its core premise is that your body can and knows how to laugh, regardless of what your mind has to say. Laughter Yoga is a body-mind approach to laughter…


Read more
Yoga San Fernando Valley

Yoga San Fernando Valley


Earlier in the day via text: Conditons are prime. Gears packed. Looks like were a go for tonight. Ralphs parking lot. 9:45pm. Confirm status. Im down. Rad. After waiting out a few days of rain and overcast were finally on. Continue reading here


Read more
Jujutsu 101

Jujutsu 101


Not every person can get private lessons with a good instructor. But you CAN take some control on learning some good self-defense. If you learn WHAT to practice and HOW to practice with another or others you will then be able to have practice workouts that you and your partner(s) will progressively (and safely) GREATLY benefit from. Sign up to get practical information on leverage…


Read more
Jujitsu Combat

Jujitsu Combat


Yoshitsune Combat Jujutsu Certification Combat Ju-Jitsu Certification: NEW REBATE PROGRAM for School owners bringing students Program Requirements: Must have attained minimum black belt in any other system or style. Must show proof of current rank. Complete 4 weekends of training during a 12 month period with each weekend consisting of 20 training hours. Cost of Certification:…


Read more
Japanese Dojo

Japanese Dojo


No doubt if you have come looking for traditional martial arts training the word Dojo is not foreign to you. It is the space that is reserved for martial arts training. The actual historical reference to the dojo actually precedes its use in a martial arts context. Originally and as it still exists today, the meditation and prayer hall of Buddhist acolytes was referred to as…


Read more
Jiu Jitsu Self Defense

Jiu Jitsu Self Defense


Recently we (at Science of Skill) have seen an increased interest in looking at Jiu-Jitsu, grappling arts, and all fighting arts as they relate to self defense. So, for this week’s concept piece I’m going to take a tangent from the usual look at training and competition mindset and offer a few thoughts on self defense and the ever-evolving world of grappling (among other things)…


Read more
Dentokan Jujutsu

Dentokan Jujutsu


The term “jujutsu” can mean soft or pliable art. This can be interpreted to refer to methods of combat that employ the principle of “ju”, flexibility or softness in the execution of techniques. Traditional Japanese jujutsu and aikijujutsu were developed and employed by the samurai on the battlefields of Feudal Japan and later expanded during the Edo Period. The technical spectrum…


Read more
ASU Logo

ASU Logo


The Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University is an endorsed brand of Arizona State University and registered trademark. It is important to use both our name and logo correctly in order to establish and preserve trademark protections. The following guidelines apply to all materials used or generated in the conduct of activities on behalf of the Biodesign Institute. This…


Read more
Martial meaning

Martial meaning


Marital and martial look almost alike, but the only time they overlap is when you declare war on your spouse. Marital has to do with marriage, and martial is concerned with fighting. Marital comes from the word marriage. It means either related to marriage or to a husband and his role in a marriage (usually the first). It comes from the Latin marītalis, used to describe something…


Read more
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 internal scrolls, books, and other manuscripts available to the public, nor…


Read more
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…


Read more
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…


Read more
Aikido advanced techniques

Aikido advanced techniques


A unique aspect about Aikido is that in certain schools beginners can throw advanced students as is the case here where a white belt is about to perform a technique on a black belt


Read more
Jujutsu NYC

Jujutsu NYC


Jiu jitsu (or traditionally, Jujutsu) was developed by Japanese samurai in feudal Japan as a method for defeating an armed or armored opponent with no weapons or a short weapon. The techniques, which consist of various joint locks, throws, and pins, are based off of the principle of using your opponent’s energy against them, rather than directly opposing it. Jiu jitsu has since…


Read more
Gold Coast Doral FL

Gold Coast Doral FL


This 60-hour course contains 36 hours of classroom education held over 4 days, as well as online component that fulfills the remainder of the required hours. Students enrolling in the course must have access to a computer and internet in order to complete the online portion. Course options: Basic Program – $229 (Includes the required course and materials) Full Service Program…


Read more
Dojo Chicago

Dojo Chicago


Frank Y. Matsumoto, kyoshi 7-dan, is a founding member of the Chicago Kendo Dojo (“CKD”). Matsumoto-sensei was born in Stockton, California and began practicing kendo at the age of ten with Mitsuo Nakamura-sensei and Minoru Nozawa-sensei. Matsumoto-sensei and his family moved to Chicago in 1944. Following the establishment of CKD in 1963, Matsumoto-sensei became the head sensei…


Read more
Kokushi Ryu Jujutsu

Kokushi Ryu Jujutsu


Nobuyoshi Higashi developed Kokushi-ryu jujutsu in 1965 after many years of studying the ancient and modern martial arts of jujutsu, judo, karate, aikido, kendo and others. Beginners and advanced students, as well as instructors, can use the new ideas and techniques of Kokushi-ryu jujutsu to develop their discipline and self defense skills Professor NOBUYOSHI HIGASHI, M.A…


Read more
Latest Posts
Martial Arts examples
Martial Arts…
Hillcrest Academy of Martial Arts Jujitsu…
Aikido documentary
Aikido documentary
His boldest statement was “Diaries.”…
Types of Martial Arts classes
Types of Martial…
Daniel B. Vigil, 4th degree Black Belt…
Aikido Connecticut
Aikido Connecticut
Posted 2016-07-13 16:31:00 by Brian Putkonen…
Latin Martial Arts
Latin Martial…
“It is a combination of technique, knowledge…
Search
Featured posts
  • Karate VS Jujitsu
  • Peachtree Aikikai
  • Aikido History
  • Combat Aikido techniques
  • KoKoDo Jujutsu
  • Martial Arts examples
  • bjj japan
  • Self training Martial Arts
  • Aikido documentary
Copyright © 2018 l www.aikidoofgreensboro.net. All rights reserved.