A new dojo in my area is saying that it teaches "San Tatsu Ryu Jui Jitsu".
I will stop in and make the sensei's aquaintence, but I was wanting to pool a little info first.
Has anyone heard of this system?
I've told you all that my children's Judo Club is a competitive Judo Club and that there are LOTS of kids involved. There's plenty of teen and adult players as well, but Sensei really excels with children AND he teaches at a local "Community Rec Center" in order to make sure that Everyone can...
I'm looking into getting my son (8 yrs old) and daughter (6 yrs old) into the local rec-commisions Judo classes. They list in their catalog that they begin at 4 years of age.
I'd like to know from the knowledgeable judoka here their thoughts on:
* Teaching YOUNG children judo
* Children in Judo...
Here's the article he wrote.
In it he partially blames society for the Virginia Tech slayings by blaming our "Graphic Slasher Media"...
go ahead and rent Chuck's movies:
"Missing in Action"
or any of the others. :uhyeah:
The irony can be...
thought this'd be the best place to ask.
What, in your opinions, are the BEST biographies (most accurate, most complete, a good read....etc.) of Bruce Lee????
Thanks in advance.
Just wondering: I've been to schools that required the breaking of boards and or bricks with kicks and/or punches.
What does this accomplish or show??
I can train a person to be able to break boards, impressively, in an afternoon...
what does it show? What cultivation does it show? Many require...
My daughter was on the computer and while she was playing a game the entire screen inverted. I ran "Norton" and it did nothing. I've turned it off and on again, nothing.
WHat do I do??
SORRY: The Title to this thread should have a "B" to say "Kombatan". [Mod Note: Fixed]
I am somewhat familiar with WHAT these two systems do and their relationship, but I'd really like to hear a comparison between the two systems.
PLEASE: not a "Who's better than who" or anything like that...
Thoughts on the Road:
Things break, situations change, unexpected setbacks happen, plans get altered.. it's a normal part of life; probably the most normal. Only the dead and the Eternal never change.
These are forks in the road, points at which we must have something to cling...
Just thought I'd start a positive post, one that anyone can add to with the things that they are thankful for...
I'm very thankful for my beautiful wife and my two great kids! They are the hub that the rest of my life revolves around. Their support and encouragement, their love and acceptance...
Happy Birthday goin out to my Brother, friend and partner Brian Hunter!!
Knowing him and working with him has improved my martial arts life and my life in general. I'm a better person because I know him.
I really like reading in the Ninjutsu sections! It interests me a great deal. BUT: I sometimes have a hard time (being an outsider) understanding what's going on when certain terms are thrown about. Obviously a Bujinkan (or other "Kans") student knows these terms and can use them here and there...
just a trivial bit of a question here:
I'm really into reading novels/stories...etc.
Do you know of any Good novels based on the martial arts, where the main character is a martial artist and the arts play a big role in the story????
THAT is what I'm looking for.