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    After being disillusioned by all martial arts I've seen, I invented, several decades ago, my own style in the manner of Bruce Lee. Now Lee collected all the things he felt were useful and discarded the rest. I liked that. Well, I took all the techniques/philosophies/strategies he discarded and used them to form my style: Mojo Te, aka Mojo Hand. Cool, eh?

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    Great. Tell me more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flinter View Post
    After being disillusioned by all martial arts I've seen, I invented, several decades ago, my own style in the manner of Bruce Lee. Now Lee collected all the things he felt were useful and discarded the rest. I liked that. Well, I took all the techniques/philosophies/strategies he discarded and used them to form my style: Mojo Te, aka Mojo Hand. Cool, eh?
    Nope.
    Combatives training log.

    Gezere: paraphrase from Bas Rutten, Never escalate the level of violence in fight you are losing. :D

    Drum thread

    Pavel Tsatsouline: kettlebell workouts give you “cardio without the dishonour of aerobics”.

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    *looks at style field*

    haha, okay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flinter View Post
    After being disillusioned by all martial arts I've seen, I invented, several decades ago, my own style in the manner of Bruce Lee. Now Lee collected all the things he felt were useful and discarded the rest. I liked that. Well, I took all the techniques/philosophies/strategies he discarded and used them to form my style: Mojo Te, aka Mojo Hand. Cool, eh?
    Segall got your mojo?

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    I think everyone is ignoring that Mojo Te is a combination of Bruce Lee's discarded techniques. While making no attempt to nut-ride JKD, are we to assume that JKD is Arnold Schwarzenegger and Mojo Te is Danny DeVito?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KickPuncher View Post
    are we to assume that JKD is Arnold Schwarzenegger and Mojo Te is Danny DeVito?
    If JKD is Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mojo Te is a tumor.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post
    If JKD is Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mojo Te is a tumor.

    better still


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    Quote Originally Posted by Flinter View Post
    After being disillusioned by all martial arts I've seen, I invented, several decades ago, my own style in the manner of Bruce Lee. Now Lee collected all the things he felt were useful and discarded the rest. I liked that. Well, I took all the techniques/philosophies/strategies he discarded and used them to form my style: Mojo Te, aka Mojo Hand. Cool, eh?

    You already train aikido, why would you go to all the trouble of inventing another MA composed of useless techniques?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flinter View Post
    After being disillusioned by all martial arts I've seen, I invented, several decades ago, my own style in the manner of Bruce Lee. Now Lee collected all the things he felt were useful and discarded the rest. I liked that. Well, I took all the techniques/philosophies/strategies he discarded and used them to form my style: Mojo Te, aka Mojo Hand. Cool, eh?
    Where in Virginia do you teach this style?

    Do you have a dojo website?

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