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    this is the guy .
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    Kosen Judo has different "rules" to Kodokan Judo with more ground work. Maybe interessant for BJJ guys.

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    WT,Judo and many karate styles have their roots in the Internal styles. Aikido and Kendo are for advanced martial artists.

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    I liked this school of Aikido from Shimizo sensei who i met at one of his seminars. He was also a Judo master which influenced his Aikido. very Dynamic. There is another Aikido school "Tomiki" Aikido which has even incorperated "Randori" and competition in itīs teqniques.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donny View Post
    how about you fuck off fool
    this is not bad idea. you can take a try. I'm black belt 1 don. but still white in fucking

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    I also had the pleasure of tel with Suzuki Sensei and we wrote to each other. Real letters not emails which i still have. A very kind man who answered my questions. Wado Ryu is a nice school of Japanese Karate with itīs roots in Shindo yoshin Ryu Jui Jitsu. Known as a "soft" style but "soft" is relative... very nice Tai sabaki(body movement).

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    I know steven seagal gets a lot of stick from people but he is the real deal in aikido. He trained and had a dojo in japan. I like his Irimi nage and kote gaeshi...

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    i remember as a kid i always got books out the local library about martial arts. My Family just could not pay for the training fees so i started boxing at a local youth club which was free. My Father was a boxer as a young man so maybe influence was there. I always had fast hands. Remember my brother and me used to train judo from a book using old jackets and ties as a belt. First throw was O soto Gari which every kid knows from a playground. Fond memories.

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    This i like too.. he wrote a good book. Has maybe wrote more i am not sure. I liked joint locks because we learned this in the British Army and finger locks..while hard to apply are effective. Also hitting nerve points with a stick or any blunt object.

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    my hero in Judo is Neil Adams. Perfect Ippon with his arm locks.

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    Great Documentary like "the way of the Warrior 1983".. old but great

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    A great display of Hand Hardening Techniques. I started thrusting my finger tips into sand then dried peas and eventual small pebbles.

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    notice at around the 3:30 mark.. Gozo Shioda Sensei the grounder of Yoshinkan

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    Daitio Ryu the fore runner of Aikido.. The founder of Aikido Morihei Ueshiba changed the teqniques over the years and called it Aiki Budo.

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    I enjoyed two styles or Schools of Aikido, Tendo Ryu and Iwama Ryu. I had the luck to train under a Man who was in Iwama under Morihiro Saito Sensei. I think the Aikikai in Japan have shown disrepect not to include them in their History Archives..

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    Aiki Budo... enjoy... Saito Sensei. I remember walking into a Dojo in Hannover(Germany) and saying to my future Sensei, i like wrist locks. I was put into a very painful lock and he just walked away saying, we must control the aggressor. At first i thought WTF..then i understood later. "Iwama Ryu" is short and direct. I also liked the other extreme in Tendo Ryu with itīs Dynamic "sabaki".. of course i took what i found good from both Schools.

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