View Poll Results: Which school deserves a good, hard looking-at?
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"Shihan Wiest also has extensive training in Dim Mak/Chi combat."
...Lord, above. But let's not forget:
With Uke Ki Shin Ryu’s revolutionary mixed martial arts system you will study:
- Grappling – like that of MMA (Mixed Martial Arts)
- Sparring & Striking – like that of Mutai kickboxing
- Traditional Martial Arts
- Mental Strategy
- Natural Health
- XMA (Extreme Martial Arts) – martial arts with a gymnastics twist
Dragon Dojo, for the loss.
It appears they all are.
Originally Posted by Rock Ape
Bingo. I'll wait for some more votes, but Dragon Dojo is running away with the race.
Originally Posted by jnp
Last edited by Airman Kai; 11/01/2007 4:17pm at .
I think you should all check out the panama city karate site again. Click on the 'Self Defense Technique of The Month' link and tell me how you could vote for anything else...
Originally Posted by pauli
Originally Posted by melvin_peebles
For the lazy, here they are, and they ARE great...
Originally Posted by Feryk
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Arg! I cant change my vote, those techniques were pure comedy. I vote panama!
Neck break! lolz. Hidden step karatay punch!
See this is typical Ke?po. Clyde posted a bunch that put these to shame.
Originally Posted by airman kai
Dargon Dojo has Uke Ki Shin Ryu’s revolutionary mixed martial arts system.
This is why I picked Dragon Dojo.
I guess I must have been at a judo site last time I download a .wmv file, because when the window opened it said Tai Otoshi across the top, and I was wondering, "what 's wrong with tai otoshi?"
Then the window refreshed...
Gotta get me some of that "Mutai". Sounds sexy.
Dragon Dojo. I simply don't get it. It's too ambiguous.
You start by reading that they including grappling, Muy Thai style striking, and things like that. You find some pictures of decently executed judo throws. It's not a static system, and that's good. They talk about getting on the mat, tapping out. Aliveness. That's also pretty good. You see an armbar. I'm liking this.
Then what do you find? An N-Bomb. That's right. Ninjitsu. Huh? Where? But it was going so well! Chi focus? Musical Kata??? WHAT THE **** IS A MUSICAL KATA??? Then you come across this little gem:
That guy apparently has a black belt in Judo, Wado Ryu, Ninjitsu, TKD, and others. He also has extensive training in Shaolin Temple Kung Fu.
I'm not calling bullshit or anything, just saying it'd be interesting for Kai to go to this school and review it.
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