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    See? BJJ doesn´t work against multiple opponents.

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    That.....that....is just so beautiful in its destruction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PizDoff


    That.....that....is just so beautiful in its destruction.


    Some K.O.s are much cooler! :new_color

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    What's goin' on?

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    Horrrrrrid... Not even in my worst nightmare...

    EDIT: This picture scares the **** out of me!

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    So real...

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    ...but he almost punched his backhead!

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    Karate-jutsu (Self-defence)
    The Art of Karate
    Karate-jutsu or the Art of Karate is an ancient and brutally effective method of self-defence that addresses the standard types of attacks that have plagued man kind for thousands of years. Learning how to respond dispassionately to unwarranted aggression requires self-empowerment and Karate-jutsu training promotes this by developing a person's inner-calm, concentration, discipline & self-control.

    To understand how such an effective form of self-defence could possibly exist, it is necessary to first understand this civil defence system's centuries of evolution. In developing Karate-jutsu, its pioneers realized very early that a response to being grabbed by the hair from behind needed to be different than the response to being tackled around the waist. They concluded that in order to defend themselves effectively they needed to develop different defensive strategies to handle different situations. As a result the arts creators categorized the standard forms of attack into 36 different habitual acts of physical violence. Over hundreds of years of trial and error, they developed the brutally effective responses to each type of attack.

    Karate-jutsu training consists of two person drills, where one of the participants re-enacts one of the 36 types of attacks while their partner makes use of the most brutally effective defensive techniques. Once a student learns enough of these sequences of defensive techniques, a kata is created to remind the student of which defensive techniques are appropriate for a given set of attack scenarios. The kata is created by first removing the attacker from the two person drills so that the defensive techniques are performed without a partner. Each one of these sequences of defensive techniques is then chained together to form a solo exercise called a kata. As a result, the kata contains the secrets of the appropriate location, tool, angle, direction and intensity of the defence which is required to address a given attack scenario.

    Realizing that the secrets to truly effective self-defence are hidden in the classical kata, we are focusing our resources along with those of the International Ryukyu Karate Research Society towards re-discovering, analyzing, improving and imparting the original principles upon which the kata are based. For a more detailed explanation on the theory and application of traditional kata please click on An Art With A Thousand Faces.


    hmmm... Wristlock the air... :laughing4

    From: http://www.karatejutsu.ca/About%20Us...aratejutsu.htm
    Last edited by king of seals; 6/11/2005 10:23am at .

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    Let's grapple on concrete!

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