Posted On:12/20/2007 5:01pm
Style: Shotokan, Krav Maga
Best I can do is supply this link. Would like to know.
Posted On:12/20/2007 5:04pm
I'm pretty sure the Huntington School closed down, it used to be by a Boxing gym and a pizza parlor on New York Ave.
Posted On:12/20/2007 9:33pm
Is this a widespread art or just a single school out on Long Island? I wonder.
Posted On:12/21/2007 1:24pm
website has three locations listed. have you tried calling any of them?
from what i heard, and this was a while ago when i still lived on LI, Tai-Zen didnt do anything that involved contact, and, judging by the content of the website, well, i would probably stay away.
Posted On:12/21/2007 1:32pm
Found this. Has more info. Spoke to a student there. He kept saying it's all technique, no cardio. Just learn real stuff to help you ward off anyone. Sounded like secret stuff but Imnot sure. Think its self defense in street.
Posted On:12/21/2007 1:55pm
Style: No-Gi BJJ
The first website, if that is really their view on things, is rather telling. They speak the general the street isn't real, don't compete because defense can't be practiced, etc, but they make a good point to say that their class isn't the best for competition or cardio.
They're up front about the fact that they're nothing special. Nothing really wrong with it, as far as I can tell.
Posted On:12/21/2007 6:00pm
"Tai Zen--- Anyone hear of it?". yeah, he's the fullah in the loin cloth who swing around from tree to tree, isnt he?
Posted On:3/07/2008 9:58pm
Style: Jiu jitsu
I was a student in of Sensei Tague amd Sensei Miraglia in Selden, Long Island. Both were the best teachers, any subject, I've ever had.
United States Marine.
Posted On:3/07/2008 10:15pm
Style: RJJA Jujitsu, MCMAP
wow.. Jiu jitsu does not mean general art.
Ju (jiu) means passive, gentle
jutsu (jitsu) means technique, form, style, etc.
My bullshit meter went off the scale. If you don't know what the words mean and have them mis-translated, how can you be worth anything?
GIJoe6186 like boys, mainly his brother
Posted On:3/07/2008 10:21pm
krood1 where at on LI are you at? You train at Rich's?
As for Tai Zen I hvae heard of them but nothing good or bad, just know that they exist.
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