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  1. Axelton is offline

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    ATTENTION: calling karateka with anything "ryu"

    I've been watching alot of uechu ryu, goju ryu, and shorin ryu videos on youtube lately and from what i see on some of the training it looks pretty alive, is it the same for all of you at your dojos?
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    LoL I know some Uechi people.
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    here is a video of a goju school that i liked what ii saw quite a bit
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXY4FgKlLok

    it looks alot like kyokushin and enshin training
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    Why in the first 7 seconds were they doing Aikido?
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    i dont know, but that small asian sensei hits like a beast
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    Mas Oyama studied Goju heavily by the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Jones
    Mas Oyama studied Goju heavily by the way.
    i guess that is why it so strongly resembles enshin and kyokushin
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    also mas oyama studied the "god hand" as well as "iron body". i really think mas oyama waas the only karateka to actually give meaning to the saying "god hand" after he made kyokushin he accepted 250 challenge fights from martial artists all over the world( yes some boxers too) all of them left with broken bones...he hit THAT hard. people who witnessed these fights said that "if you blocked his rib shot, he broke your arm. If you took the shot, he broke your rib, if he got in close to you it was over" - source forgotten
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    anywho aside from my de railing of the thread....lets get back to the original post...so anyone have any input?
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    I can certainly see a lot of Goju in Kyokushin .More so than Shotokan.I have to say they put in more time for conditioning then I have ever seen in KK.

    I wonder if anyone can answer me these next questions?
    - Is that typical of Goju-Ryu in terms of conditioning?

    - Do they do conditioning for in every class?

    - How much sparring time is placed in a normal class?
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