Posted On:7/14/2008 2:08am
Style: Muay Thai, BJJ
Judo is sweet... my takedowns need some work, so maybe someday...
I'll probably get my kids into it as their first martial art, and teach them BJJ myself.
Posted On:7/14/2008 2:27am
ya my take downs need work too
Posted On:7/14/2008 7:44am
Originally Posted by Gezere
Yes Judo as Kata and striking. More "traditional" schools still teach them.
And you would have been CHOKED if you didn't attend this school the Takahashi clan does indeed put out some top notch Judo players.
Judo also has weapon disarms!
KRAV MAGA EAT YOUR HEART OUT
Posted On:11/01/2008 3:52pm
Hey Guys, I'm looking at going to U of O next year and would LOOOOVE to train at Takahashi dojo. I'm currently at UWO and Ray Takahashi is our wrestling coach, and man is that guy fantastic.
I wanted to ask though, how big are their classes? What's the student to instructor ratio?
Posted On:11/01/2008 5:12pm
there are 15 to 30 people per class. But on Mondays there is only 4 of us. If you really want to learn come on Monday.
Posted On:11/01/2008 9:32pm
Sweet! That's a lot smaller than I had thought. I will definitely check out the club when I move up there! Thanks a lot!
Posted On:1/11/2011 3:58pm
Style: Muay Thai / BJJ
Anyone still training here? What are the prices like now (I know that last post were 2 years ago).
I just started Judo and thinking about going here when funds allow it (I think Masao Takahashi is now the only 9th dan in Cananda?)
Posted On:1/27/2011 12:59am
My son has been taking judo at Takahashi for almost 7 years . Sensei Tina is his teacher most of the time.Dont let her small size full you .LOL He been doing the Kendo class too for the last 2 years with Sensei Mike. BTW Pierre Elliot Trudeau took is judo lesson with Takahashi(private).
Posted On:1/21/2012 2:07am
You are very fortunate to work with the Takahashi's.
Posted On:2/12/2012 7:00pm
Style: It's complicated.
Sorry for necroing this thread but has anyone tried their Jiu-Jitsu program? Their website says it currently happens on Wednesday evenings. I'm just wondering how practical it is, how much real rolling or groundfighting they do, etc.
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