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  1. blackbeltbymail is offline

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    Thanks alot, this has been a big help
  2. dakotajudo is offline
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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanDavis
    I bought some kyuki do ice cream just last night! Wait a minute.... No, that was cookie dough. My bad. :^)

    Seriously though. I have seen a kyuki do school bring competitors down from their school in Sioux Falls, SD. I remember last year a kid from there who couldn't have been more than 8 or 9 years-old was wearing a black belt.

    "Strike first! Strike hard! No mercy, sir!"
    OK, so I'm resurrecting this thread.

    But I've got a decent enough reason, I think.

    My most senior student (brown belt) will be moving soon and settling in Sioux Falls for a while, and I've been twisting his arm to set up a judo club (I'm about an hour north, in Brookings - I've thought of starting one there myself, but the commute is a pain, what with three classes a week here and some real world responsibilites).

    The biggest problem is finding matspace - so I'm trying to find a place to share. The Kyuki-do place caught my eye; I've been by the dojo on weekends to spy the place out; only time I can get down there, really, but there were no classes scheduled.

    So, I did a search (here and Google). Hence the resurrection. Any further information would help. I guess I'm trying to decide whether to approach these guys before or after a couple other places - they do list judo in their adds, but it doesn't really sound like much judo is practiced.

    I'm also not sure if I should push my student to open a club or just train with these guys (his other option would be to make the commute back to my club).

    I haven't heard of any regular judo, jujutsu or grappling club in S.F., either.
  3. jwinch2 is online now

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    Posted On:
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    Kyuki Do has a national organization which you can check out. I observed a class once and found about what you would expect. Some good, some bad.

    The head instructor was a former recon marine and swat officer who had been there and done that. He was pretty good from what I saw, but his assistant instructor was not very good at all.

    I said my goodbyes, thanked them for their time and left.

    Basically, another amalgom of several martial arts created into a new superstyle...
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    Kyuki do:

    Run by the American Kyuki do Federation, which was founded in 1979.

    Uses the belt stripe system, ie. white belt, yellow stripe, yellow belt, green stripe, green belt, etc...
  5. Slipster is offline

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    http://www.kkdma.com/news.php
    Pensacola Kyuki-do

    Maybe some info here
  6. Cyberhongi is offline

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    I was involved in this for 2 years in wisconsin, and the quality kept dropping. at the 1.5 year mark they were dropping standards for rank and despite my WTF meetings withe the "master" it was clear it was about money. The Judo is TINY and I have since found a judoka 6th dan (usja). I'd say run away, unless you just want aerobics .
  7. DunkelAnanas is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberhongi View Post
    I was involved in this for 2 years in wisconsin, and the quality kept dropping. at the 1.5 year mark they were dropping standards for rank and despite my WTF meetings withe the "master" it was clear it was about money. The Judo is TINY and I have since found a judoka 6th dan (usja). I'd say run away, unless you just want aerobics .
    You in Janesville?
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    I was in New Richmond..

    Is janesville better on the Judo?
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    Last edited by RurikGreenwulf; 7/23/2012 7:53pm at .
  10. DunkelAnanas is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberhongi View Post
    I was in New Richmond..

    Is janesville better on the Judo?
    I'd definitely say so. The owner/head instructor is a judo black belt. Great fall teacher.
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