Best daido juku video I've seen. I didn't realise their nage-waza and newaza was as brutal.
That's the judo type throwing you just know fucks people up in competition.
Any one know of daido juku in the Uk? I've looked but my google-fu is weak...
He who attains his ideal by that very fact transcends it
I like my Te like I like my tea- from Fujian province and without any bullshit in it. Oh, and green. And scented with jasmine blossoms...
Originally Posted by A Better American Than You
I know what it stands for, the question is, what's traditional about them?
Originally Posted by Clyde
I tried to find some last time this video came up. I don't think it exists. I'd be extremely grateful if anyone could prove me wrong.
Originally Posted by BoardHitBack
From their website:
Originally Posted by PointyShinyBurn
This I have heard on other McDojo sites. Of course, knowing it's a Kyokushin spinoff, and after seeing the video, I'd say that these guys are not McDojo in any mean.
In 1981 Takashi Azuma who is a '77 Kyokushin All Japan Champion founded Karatedo Daidojuku. Our mother art is Karatedo, but we also incorporate grappling and submission training in order to be well rounded martial artists as well as for self defenses.
Anyway I get pissed anytime somebody labels Kyokushin (or its spinoffs) 'traditional', because those who do usually do not consider MT or boxing 'traditional' (despite being older).
But it's an awesome clip, so I still love you.
Not over zealous, but just zealous enough. 病気の粗悪品
I'm actually glad people keep re-finding this because I like this video so much!
People often tell me that I fail to see the gravity of the situation.
I see the gravity, and I say...
Step right up folks and watch me defy gravity!
I would think that "Traditional" in the context would mean that if the founder is perceived 2 or 3 generations later by its students as having been a bad-ass.Than the descendants of the art who teach it should be able to put their money where their mouth is
There's other important factor to consider about what is traditional aswell.But this is the meaning of budo.
The descendants of the art who teach it should be able to put their money where their mouth is.We often see people on this forum or others defending their art by stating how their founders lineage goes to this master or that master and how bad he was in the 50's or 20's.
The greatest thing to come out of youtube and video.google is the fact that we have video evidence that proves who is telling the thruth and not exagerating.
Sweet. Some of those armbar entrances were pretty sweet. Full Contact, Good technique, and they didn't kill each other, it probably because they can't break boards. ;)
MT and boxing is plenty of people who can kick serious ass.
We don't need to refer to one legendary figure.
There are TMAs that do have badass fighters though, like Judo and Kyokushin. Those two tend to be the exception rather than the norm though.
Originally Posted by Lights Out
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