Sorry if this is a bit old, but has anyone else had experience with Taky Kimura's school?
I plan to visit Seattle Jujutsu for the ground work, but want something that will also cover stand-up striking. Its between Seattle Kyokushin, Eastside Kyokushin, and perhaps Taky Kimura's school.
Also anyone heard anything about Eastside Kyokushin? I live on the Eastside so it would be better if I can find a good striking school near me, but if not, I dont mind the travel. I've looked at AMC and Ring Sports United... not really sure about those schools.
Any advice or insights is appreciated.
AMC and RSU both produce competitors and from what I understand RSU has some good striking instructors. I can't comment on karate or Kimura's school.