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  • #31
    notice at around the 3:30 mark.. Gozo Shioda Sensei the grounder of Yoshinkan

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    • #32
      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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      • #33
        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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        • #34
          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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          • #35
            I like this guys training ideas..weight training in generell.. always open to new ideas.

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            • #36
              I work as a Trainer and i agree with his concepts..

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              • #37
                I love incline bench Barbell french press. Really can concentrate on your tris. Important for punching.

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                  • #39
                    not my video but i can only say Emin is the best in WT. In the US look him up.

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                    • #40
                      Rene Latosa was the Escrima Teacher in thw EWTO before Bill newman took over. Rene teaches a very simple direct style which Emin Boztepe bases his Escrima on.

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                      • #41
                        Bill Newman has built into his system some very strange/interesting slants for Middle age fans. Not what Latosa tought(he was Bill newmanīs teacher) but i suppose he has his own concepts. I have heard good and bad comments about Newman. I find Latosa better but just my opinion. Escrima is good in that you can use any normal daily utensil as a weapon such as keys or a ball point pen.

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                        • #42
                          solid advice.. maybe some will say he over complicates things but good ideas. On the Teres major Vince gironda did a great exercise on a pulley..look it up kids.

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                          • #43
                            at the 1:50 mark you see Keith Kernsprecht sitting in the yellow T shirt..he was called the "fat cat". A very clever man who made lots of Money telling people there are secrets to Wing tsun.. Emin broke away and formed his own system..as others have.

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                            • #44
                              This is also a very highly rated man in Wing chun..Ving tsun...the spelling is not important. The Forms are the same. I remember Philipp told me about his training in Hong Kong. He was a pilot in his life..respect

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                              • #45
                                They have some good ground fighting concepts in the "Leung Ting" system. I like the no nonsense approach to the system.

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