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Posted On:3/05/2008 11:47am
Style: Kaju, BJJ, Judo, Kempo
Originally Posted by cooper_543
Anybody here know anything about this school? The FQ episode didn't make kajukenbo look like a welcoming place for kiddies, but this school has kids classes. But the instructors seem to have good backgrounds.
I haven't visited them yet, but I hear good things.
Knowing is not enough, you must apply...
...Willing is not enough you must do ~Bruce Lee
Posted On:3/05/2008 1:37pm
Originally Posted by Tofudog
Only hands-free leg triangles?
I was thinking more on the lines of the flying spinning reverse one legged blood choke from the southpaw stance.
Posted On:5/14/2009 8:31pm
Kajukenbo is different from school to school, many DO cater to children as I do...
estellermma.com checkout the "news and info" link for videos
BTW Big dude with dreads is my student since he was 9 yrs old, as was the guy that did the knife fight sequence, also if you watch the episode again you will see children training in the backround, My kids attended the shooting on Saturday and Sunday...
Jimmy was wonderful with them teaching them on the breaks from shooting, I will always love him for the time he took with my kids.
Posted On:5/14/2009 8:55pm
Originally Posted by CodosDePiedra
Lots of good stuff in the episode for sure. Why was it done in San Francisco rather than Hawaii?
a) Cheaper to film in Ca. rather than hauling everyone to Hawaii
b) GGM Gaylord is a living legend in the world of Kajukenbo, being one of Sijo Emperados original Black Belts. And GM Harpers Kajupit is a prime example of the evolution of the Kajukenbo school.
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