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    Fast Track to JJJ at Raleigh Karate in NC

    How long does it take to gain some level of proficiency in Japanese Jujitsu? Apparently, it takes precisely 5 1/2 hours. If you show up at this school one weekend later this month, you'll at least get a green belt - probably brown or black if you know your ass from a hole in the ground. Check it out.

    www.raleighkarate.com/jujitsu_flyer_2006.pdf

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    It's a karate school teaching jiu-jitsu. 'nuff said.

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    lol.

    i have a belt.. it keeps my pants up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elipson
    It's a karate school teaching jiu-jitsu. 'nuff said.
    It's also a Judo club. You'd think they'd know better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devil
    How long does it take to gain some level of proficiency in Japanese Jujitsu? Apparently, it takes precisely 5 1/2 hours. If you show up at this school one weekend later this month, you'll at least get a green belt - probably brown or black if you know your ass from a hole in the ground. Check it out.

    www.raleighkarate.com/jujitsu_flyer_2006.pdf

    I can get a rank in Japanese Jujutsu?! Where do I sign up?!

    Question: Hmmmm, Sanshinkai Jujitsu. 3 Heart Association? I call bullshido.
    Last edited by <plasma>; 8/07/2006 3:18pm at .

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    Description: This course is a physically strenuous course, designed to promote Karate and other martial arts students to rank in Jujitsu, by teaching them in a 6 hour format, the same amount they would learn in several months of classes. Because the foundation (up to green belt) is almost the same in Karate as in Sanshinkai jujitsu, most students will earn Green Belt or higher in Jujitsu. Most Black Belts will earn Brown Belt or higher in Sanshinkai Jujitsu. Many upper level Black Belts will earn at least Shodan in Sanshinkai Jujitsu. Please bring snacks and drinks or plan to get them during the break from 4-5:00pm. You can choose to stay in the dojo during the break.
    Good god, this is where Bullshido starts. A 15 year old ATA third Degree Black Belt can "earn" his/her Shodan in Sanshimkai Jujitsu in 6 hours. [GJ puts gun into mouth]

    Also, a search for "Sanshimkai Jujitsu" turned up zero hits...while "Sanshinkai Jujitsu" turned up this.....

    http://www.kicary.com/2005/staff.html

    another Jack of all MA's, master of none apparently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devil
    How long does it take to gain some level of proficiency in Japanese Jujitsu? Apparently, it takes precisely 5 1/2 hours. If you show up at this school one weekend later this month, you'll at least get a green belt - probably brown or black if you know your ass from a hole in the ground. Check it out.

    www.raleighkarate.com/jujitsu_flyer_2006.pdf
    * Gud Gawd Damn I can't believe I'm going to say this! *

    They do mention that you need to have a foundation in Karate for this to actually work. I can only assume that this means that they have been doing, by way of Self Defense, a number of techniques that could be considered JJJ. Not terribly unreasonable to asses belts this way. Does this mean they can jump on the mat at NAGA and walk away with their limbs in tact? Lets hope not.

    TKD

    Notice how they don't say anything about us TKD people, that's cause we'd wreck the grade curve. Much like tigers do.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldenJonas
    Good god, this is where Bullshido starts. A 15 year old ATA third Degree Black Belt can "earn" his/her Shodan in Sanshimkai Jujitsu in 6 hours. [GJ puts gun into mouth]

    Also, a search for "Sanshimkai Jujitsu" turned up zero hits...while "Sanshinkai Jujitsu" turned up this.....

    http://www.kicary.com/2005/staff.html

    another Jack of all MA's, master of none apparently.

    We should be able to at least verify the Judo creds with either the USJF or the Kodokan since everyone seems to be claiming Judo since most people(mostly grapplers probably) know the other stuff probably isn't worth the letters in the spelling.

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    This is a kyu rank/ junior level version of the "Mutual Admiration Society" that they can be a part of if they stick with their style into the advanced Black Belt levels. They can effectively earn credit for rank in one program by training in another clone system.

    Another certificate that actually means absolutely nothing......suitable for framing.

    "Oh yeah...I have been training for 3 years now. I have a 3rd Degree BB in Kroddy, and a Brown Belt* in Jujitso."

    "Wow! Do you know Hoyce Garcia from the UCF?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by FJJ
    "Wow! Do you know Hoyce Garcia from the UCF?"
    Hell yeah, he went to school with Daunte Culpepper didn't he?

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