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Jujitsu origin

Jujitsu origin


By Sumitomo Arima From Arima Judo Kyohon (1904). The author was the third person to join the Kodokan, and was a 4th degree black belt when he wrote . Self-defense being natural to everybody, there is perhaps no country where the art of fighting unarmed, whatever its form, is unknown, but perhaps in no country has the art made such remarkable progress as in Japan. In the feudal…


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JP Federation

JP Federation


Kyūdō (弓道, way of the bow) is the modern Japanese martial art (gendai budō) of archery; Kyūdō practitioners may be known as Kyudojin, kyūdōjin (弓道人), experts in Kyūdō are referred to as kyūdōka. Kyūdō is based on kyūjutsu (art of archery), which originated with the samurai class of feudal Japan. Kyūdō is practised by thousands of people worldwide. As of 2005, the International…


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Origins of Jujitsu

Origins of Jujitsu


Ultra Brothers vs. Gemini Kaiju Stats: Gemini (Head of security - kingkong21 toy family) Height: 25 meters Weight: 10, tons Place of Origin: Canadian wastelands Combat abilities: razor sharp teeth claws, jujitsu, morning breath, ice hockey stick Weakness: Slurpees (Cherry Coke flavor


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Ketsugo Jujutsu

Ketsugo Jujutsu


Taught self-defense and close quarters combat to law enforcement, the CIA, United States Department of Defense, Special Operations, Mountain Soldiers, Navy Seals, State Troopers, DEA, FBI, Sky Marshals, and Correctional Officers. Awarded a “Second To None” Certificate of Appreciation for his unparalleled self-defense instruction that helped protect the U.S. Secretary of Defense…


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Seattle Dojo

Seattle Dojo


Photos by Ruben Rodridguez The story of Kodokan black belt Yoshiaki Yamashita teaching judo to former US president Theodore Roosevelt is well documented, but what is perhaps less known is that a year prior to their meeting, Yamashita also made a trip to Seattle, Washington at the request of wealthy businessman Samuel Hill to teach judo to his son. What resulted were the roots…


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Japanese

Japanese


Dorothea Lange—well known for her FSA photographs like Migrant Mother —was hired by the U.S. government to make a photographic record of the “evacuation” and “relocation” of Japanese-Americans in 1942. She was eager to take the commission, despite being opposed to the effort, as she believed “a true record of the evacuation would be valuable in the future.” The military commanders…


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Sports Karate

Sports Karate


A basic pose in karate that conveys strength. A. Karate is a martial art that originated in China. It developed in mainland Japan after being transmitted to Okinawa and other nearby islands. Karate uses no weapons but instead relies on three basic movements of the hands and feet: thrusts, kicks, and arm strikes. In addition to being a competitive sport, it is also an effective…


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Dojo, NYC

Dojo, NYC


Who s the next STEAM Dream Team? | Register NYU Tandon School of Engineering, 5 Metrotech Roadway, Brooklyn, NY Ages: 8-12th graders Delta Rho Omega, in conjunction with New York University Tandon School of Engineering and the Ivy Rose Foundation, Incorporated, will be hosting a Youth Summit on Saturday, March 19, 2016, from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. The Summit will be held at New York…


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Origin of the word martial

Origin of the word martial


Ayyappan (also called Sastavu, Manikandan or Sasta) is a Hindu deity who is believed to be the son of Harihara, a rigvedic deity fused with both Shiva andVishnu. He is generally depicted in a yogic posture, wearing a jewel around his neck, hence named Manikandan, Literally meaning With bell around the neck. By the 20th century, there has been an increase in the number of worshipers…


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Ju-jitsu kata

Ju-jitsu kata


Nidan Kata [2/09] The 10 kata presented in this segment are the additional forms a shodan candidate needs to learn for the kata portion of the nidan test in Budoshin Ju-Jitsu. The pictures, taken by Jared Wynn, are meant to provide assistance in understanding the form, not specific step-by-step photos of how to do each kata. To the right of the pictures is the name of the technique…


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What is the meaning of martial?

What is the meaning of martial?


The exercise of government and control by military authorities over the civilian population of a designated territory. Martial law is an extreme and rare measure used to control society during war or periods of civil unrest or chaos. According to the Supreme Court, the term martial law carries no precise meaning (Duncan v. Kahanamoku, 327 U.S. 304, 66 S. Ct. 606, 90 L. Ed…


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UCLA Fitness classes

UCLA Fitness classes


C Space is a room for calm, creativity, connectedness and compassion solely dedicated to the faculty, staff and academic personnel (post-docs, etc.) of UCLA. It is located on Level C (ground floor) of the Semel Institute in room #C8-201. It is a 5 minute walk from Cafe Synapse and 5 minute walk from the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. Please note that our holiday closure…


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