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    Kamiza martia arts

    I went to this place a few years ago. I went to the waiting room to meet the head instructior. I saw a few Black Belt Mags so i was looking at them first thing the guys says to me as he walks in: Dont waste your time there is nothing that works in there. He walks off and comes back later like he dosent have time for me( i called to make an appointment). He sends one of his asst instructors to talk with me. I noticed that there were cameras everywhere. I was spooked out by the wholething. I was curious if any body else has ever been to or know anything else about this place.


    url]www.kamiza.com[/url]
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    Trollsido and Temp Ban as soon as Phrost sees this.

    BTW read the forums rules. If you have a link, write up a paragraph and your own analysis. You have done nothing.

    Time to kill yourself.

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    sorry is that better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmaone
    sorry is that better?
    Much. you can live now. Welcome to Bullshido n00b.

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    Wow very very interesting.

    Aikedo

    Transportation (not a taxicab)

    The website is set up in a way that sounds controlling.

    They also do Reiki and Qi Gong( both Chi work).

    They are upfront with their fees. No contracts. Yet, they charge and set up appointment times. It reads like you pay a usage fee, then an instruction fee.

    Starnge I hope you finsd someone that trained, I'm curious myself.

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    UM.............Its fulla ****.
    I'll elaborate..........everything is wrong and it is horribly craptastic.

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    isent that jin's style from tekken?

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    First impression of a martial art school website that lists "Qi Gong" as a training component makes me thing of Liu Kang and Mortal Kombat. However, the "Qi Gong" training doesn't mention no touch knockouts and simply refers to focusing, breathing, and eating right, i.e., similar to yoga, so no real problem with that.

    they seem to be upfront with the fees and no contract requirements.

    however, the big question is the quality of instruction.....crappling vs grappling, krotty vs karate.

    does seem to scream BULLSHIDO, but it may be.

    although, they don't seem to be too worried about whether they make good business decisions if you had a scheduled appointment and they blew you off.

    go for a few of the public "seminars" and let us know.

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    Well this is an absolutely bullshit description of the origin of coloured belts in martial arts:
    Kantan uses the traditional system of 4 color belts: white(beginner), green(novice), brown(apprentice, or assistant instructor), black(instructor). The origin of this system is an interesting story. Students were first issued a white belt for simply beginning their training. After practicing for awhile the belt would be stained green from rubbing the grass they practiced on. The more they practiced the more stained the belt would become. The belt would turn brown and eventually black. The artist's experience was reflected in the stain of their belt. The cycle was complete as the black belt would wear and turn white again.
    Since they can't even get that little bit of MA history right I'd be dubious about anything else they had to say. Their syllabus looks like some kind of kempo mixed with JJJ to me.
    Failing to become awesome since 1976

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robot Jesus
    isent that jin's style from tekken?
    DUDE! He did Mishima Style Karate until tekken 4 when his balls fell off and he started "traditional" karate.

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