Thread: Central Florida Bujinkan Dojo
6/15/2007 11:40pm, #1
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- Jun 2007
- Orlando, Fl
Central Florida Bujinkan Dojo
Central Florida Bujinkan was started around 1995-96 I believe, maybe earlier, by my Shidoshi Greg Cooper. He has been training in the Bujinkan around 20 years, and has experiance in Judo and Isshin Ryu Karate. Class begins around 7:30PM and ends at 9:30PM. Go through kata, weapons, and randori nightly. Class is $10 dollars a lesson. We train in a park. Not the most professional, but it works, and I prefer grass to mats. Got sempai from different backgrounds in the martial arts, so there is a plethera of knowledge. Any questions about training, contact me.
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6/15/2007 11:47pm, #2
For rating ninja grappling a ten, you get the suicide bomb.
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6/16/2007 12:50am, #3Originally Posted by Whorian Gracie
2/21/2009 3:19pm, #4
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- Feb 2008
I've met and trained with Shidoshi Cooper
A very open person and a great teacher. Speaks of things that can happen in a fight and very open and willing to hear from other martial arts. Loves to train for the sake of getting better and is always out on the mat training with his students as well. I trained with Mr. Cooper two seperate times in 2006 while on family business in Orlando, FL. Dojo is outside, and equipment is pretty much whatever you bring with you. Grappling instruction/Striking instruction both very good, maybe not on an MMA level like some would want but still good nonetheless. Randori and actual application a must in his class and as a plus side he actually lived and trained in Japan for a number of years in the early 1990's. When I trained with him he was ranked 9th dan, though I believe now he may have been promoted since his last visit to Japan.
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2/21/2009 7:39pm, #5
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- Jul 2008
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