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    McDojo? Other white tiger ....

    I came across this white tiger stuff totally different form the other white tiger thread. This is Jiujitsu no tkung fu ....

    http://www.chidokai.org/

    http://www.brjs.com/pages/1/index.htm

    what do you think?

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    mas oyama? wow.

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    Modern technology - they have WLAN even at graveyards...

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    These websites are pointless! Never before has so little been said in so many words. :jerk:

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    Osensei?????

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    Oboy...............Obrother..........Omygod....... ......

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    Further, Osensei Rosen strongly believes that the sport application of martial arts has had a negative effect on its practioners.



    I think this says enough. :iamwithst

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    Our adult advanced ranked students spar using no protective equipment and hair pulling, eye gauging, chokes, joint locks, and strikes to the groin are encouraged.

    (from http://www.chidokai.org/)

    Heh, heh...
    That civilisation may not sink,
    Its great battle lost,
    Quiet the dog, tether the pony
    To a distant post;
    Our master Caesar is in the tent
    Where the maps are spread,
    His eyes fixed upon nothing,
    A hand under his head.


    - W.B. Yeats

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    To say that sports martial arts and rules based sparring has "negative effects" is not true. If you take it as a sport, then you know (or should know) that the same things may not (read=wont) work in the street.
    It helps to build confidence, get used to getting struck if you happened to get jumped, its great fitness, good fun, tests your ability to stay calm under the stresses of fighting - i mean, the list goes on.
    I'd like to attend one of the classes before making a complete decision, but its in Arizona, and im on the other side of the planet. I suppose thats only a monetary excuse... hmmm

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    You get this for 140.00 bucks a month:

    Beginner students at ChiDoKai learn their martial arts in a non contact and noncompetitive environment. This allows new students to gain confidence in their own ability, to learn control over their own body, and to develop good friends within the group class. Starting with escapes, basic blocking and striking techniques and then later working into controlling, grappling and throwing skills, the average student will begin assertive sparring after two years of training. Along the way, students are lectured in social skills, conflict resolution, anger management, dealing with prejudice, and safety awareness

    No contact for the first two years? What is the point? For 140 a month, someone is getting smacked in the head - me.

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