Just for my personal knowledge what arts are included in your school?
I loved the ground work with sunglasses and both of you laughing, looked real intimidating:lfao:
I doubt the jujutsu used escrima sticks much it did have use of the Jo though
did not see much jujutsu in the video but there was judo.
what exactly is Dan Zan Ryu when was it developed (sorry sound out on my comp if it said) is it a ryu registered in Japan or Okinawa
Can you give me some feedback before I make it totally public?
I produced a short video to promote Dan Zan Ryu, Hawaiian Jujutsu, as a Martial Art. Can you give me some feedback before I make it totally public?
Since you have asked, here are my suggestions.
- At 1.43, if you use lower stance, and also with your "head lock" right elbow to be parallel to the ground, you can "crash" your opponent's structure right at that moment.
- At 1.49, it may not be a good idea to jump both of your feet in the air. You will lose your "crashing" effect.
- At 1.53, to drop your left knee on the ground can be difficult to do if the ground is hard. It's better to still control your opponent's right arm with your left arm at this moment.
Also your opponent's left free arm that wraps around your waist can give you some trouble. You may want to explain to your audience how you may use your strategy to deal with it.
That was real nice, brah. (dakine, actually!) Like others said, I'd raise the volume, it's tough to hear. I kind of like it without music, though.
And I think it fits well with your target audience, which is there. Has a nice feel to it. Makes me homesick, though.