Posted On:4/09/2006 10:17pm
Style: Kukki-Taekwondo, Yudo
Differences between Hapkido and traditional JJJ, anyone?
Posted On:4/09/2006 10:21pm
Posted On:4/09/2006 10:29pm
... erm... I don't...
stop confusing me. justtraditional japanese JJ in general.
Posted On:4/09/2006 10:31pm
Then it would depend on the hapkido place...
Posted On:4/09/2006 10:33pm
*sigh* Just give me some generalizations. I've heard they're relatively similar in that they both have submissions + locks but hapkido has more kicking.
Posted On:4/09/2006 10:39pm
Hapkido basicly IS JJJ with a bunch of kicking thrown in.
Posted On:4/09/2006 10:52pm
so would training hapkido, although not as good as BJJ would, give me some good ground skillage. ?
Do you eat breakfast?
Posted On:4/09/2006 11:01pm
Style: Kitty Pow Pow!!!
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Posted On:4/09/2006 11:05pm
In fact, JJJ might not even give you ground skillage. It's too broad a term.
There are a few schools of Hapkido in Korea that have incorporated TEH BJJ into their curriculums and from what I have scene are decent at groundfighting.
Finding a school like that in the States?
Just go do BJJ.
Posted On:4/09/2006 11:11pm
Style: Kuso shite shinezo
What Ryu of Jujutsu? If you asking Diato Ryu , the JJJ Hapkido comes from. Then I go Diato Ryu over Hapikido.
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