I'm curious spran what happened to your Krav, Kenpo, and Taijutsu training?
I thought she did? Are you calling her uncle sirc now?
Originally Posted by Lebell
Best workout I ever had: wear a pink gaypride shirt and walk into a bikerbar, when people get angry with you loudly state: OH IM SORRY, I THOUGHT THIS WAS A GAYBAR DURING LEATHERNIGHT.'
Originally Posted by M1K3
it wont get anymore more alive than that.
First glance says Muay Thai. Especially since JJJ seems to suck for the most part :toothy5:
But echoing everyone else - link to the schools in question!
I like JJJ. I used to train with a sanuces ryu squad that also excelled in muay thai. MMA and rolling were fun, but I lacked the knowledge to get the most out of the experience.
Saunces Ryu isn't JJJ. Neither is most the JJ in the US. I know its nitpicking but its pretty much like this:
Originally Posted by JordanT
True JJJ is JJ with a direct link to a JJJ school. What this means that the instructor has received a teaching license before either a) continuing the school b) doing his own version (example Tanabe HA Araki Ryu. the ha denotes the person's line so it means Tanabe's line of Araki Ryu) or c) forming his own branch based on the school.
Western JJ (which is what most people mean when they say JJJ) is generally an eclectic school (usually Judo, boxing, wrestling, aikido, etc) usually founded by a westerner outside of Japan. Danzan Ryu JJ is considered WJJ even though it was founded by a a Japanese. So is Kawaishi Ryu JJ in France which was also founded by a Japanese.
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Didn't anyone ever tell him a fat man could never be a ninja
You can't practice Judo just to win a Judo Match! You practice so that no matter what happens, you can win using Judo!
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Sanuces Ryu is american (NY) in lineage, and their decorum and improvised weaponry reflected that, but their joint locks, throws, knife play and basic strikes are japanese in nature. Paperwork is kinda beside the point.
question about jjj compared to bjj.. what is the difference?
One always works the other only sometimes
Originally Posted by Uglybugly
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