10/27/2009 8:34pm, #1
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ANYBODY TRAIN IN KOREAN JUDO HERE ?:waoya
10/27/2009 8:58pm, #2
If you do then I, for one, would be interested in hearing your opinions on the differences (if any) that you've experienced or seen first hand between yudo and judo.
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10/27/2009 9:30pm, #3
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10/27/2009 9:32pm, #4
hey guys check this one out, says its a unique Korean technique from cirem...Judo men is it a part of your lexicon as well? It seems like they have a whole collection techniques up there for you (and i) to peruse.
YouTube - Yudo (Judo) Lift and Drop ThrowSecret moves such as hitting a thing with your hand and hitting a thing with your leg have been stolen and degenerated by arts like karate, boxing, muay-thai, Kung-fu, and basketball. -Epicurious
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10/27/2009 11:36pm, #5
I trained Yudo for a year when I was living in Korea in '03-'04. My experience was that it was exactly the same as Judo but some of the terminology was Korean. The Korean terminology wasn't alwasy consistent though and people frequently used both terms to refer to techniques.
10/28/2009 3:51am, #6
Maybe something for an Yudo/Judo project
I've got an idea (what is rare, I know) for a Yudo/Judo project.
What if we look for movieclips on youtube that are described as 'Yudo' specific techniques. Post them in this thread and then let an experienced 'Judoka' (thinking MTripp or Coach Josh) look at them.
They can say what is Yudo and what is Judo.
If we can get from this, one or two extra techniques to add to our Judo it would be a benefit.Originally Posted by Jiujitsu77Originally Posted by HumanzeeOriginally Posted by jk55299 on Keysi Fighting Method
10/28/2009 4:41am, #7
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10/28/2009 7:51am, #8
It's the same thing. The Koreans just don't like the Japanese and give everything a Korean name or pronunciation.Judo is only gentle for the guy on top.
10/28/2009 8:10am, #9Originally Posted by Jiujitsu77Originally Posted by HumanzeeOriginally Posted by jk55299 on Keysi Fighting Method
10/28/2009 8:25am, #10
There are plenty of techniques that have been developed by many different players that are not part of the standard throws. That does not instantly turn the art form into a specific country based martial art. The bases for that throw and any other variation comes from basic Judo.
There are many styles of Judo associated with specific countries. French, Russian, Korean and Cuban to name a few. It deals with the way that country approaches Judo in competition and some techniques that they incorporate that other places do not. It could be a way of gripping or a variation to a particular throw. It doesn't change the fact that it started as Judo.
Judo is not practiced in a fish bowl like many other martial arts. It's open to the world. Much like open source programming. While many people will change it and make it to their liking the base OS is common through out all the programming.Judo is only gentle for the guy on top.