Posted On:3/11/2011 12:57pm
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Posted On:3/11/2011 2:14pm
Style: Judo, BJJ
Originally Posted by Arcon3
It would be a school teaching tradition martial arts, and dedicated to preserving the history and credibility of martial arts.
How would you define "tradition martial arts?" What arts would be included?
Also, how would you preserve the "credibility" of martial arts? What arts would be "credible" to you?
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Posted On:3/11/2011 2:31pm
Style: JKD, Jiu Jitsu
You should open a Shaolin Monastery(tm) franchise.
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Posted On:3/11/2011 2:42pm
I had been wondering why this reminded me so much about playing Nintendo with my little brother when I was just a little kid, and I finally got it:
Last edited by Soldiermedic; 3/11/2011 2:53pm at .
Reason: bad link
Posted On:3/11/2011 2:51pm
Style: TKD/ TSD
Every time I hear the words martial arts and boarding school used together, this is the picture that comes to mind.
Posted On:3/11/2011 3:08pm
Style: In transition
I'm just going to take this moment to berate the original post in this thread because I foolishly didn't take the chance to do so previously:
Are you fuckin' with me, dude? Are you going to start introducing chi powers once the premise starts to run thin and the entire facade of an educational institution is reduced to backgrounds?
Fuckin' A. Don't forget to make sure to only admit women with gigantic tits and make the dress code "Low-cut and revealing only".
P.S. You're a retard. Go wrist-lock yourself into oncoming traffic.
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Posted On:3/31/2011 10:44am
There was a kyokushin school in my neck of the woods that used to offer a program like that. Looks like they shitcanned it. I've kept my eye on this one for a few years. It always seemed a bit shady / creepy.
Posted On:4/01/2011 1:45am
Style: ukemi & tapping out
They have this in Japan and I think Korea too. It's called college, as in the academic institute you can go for further education after high school. You can get actual degrees in Judo if you go to the right school and are good enough. I doubt the OP is anywhere near the standard needed to get in.
Posted On:4/01/2011 6:41am
Originally Posted by superwoman
there are boarding schools in ca like that without the teaching of school subjects and most of them are in different countries.
Wow someone with a very similar user name started a thread about 2 months ago that had that very same link. Curious.
Also, how can you say that there are boarding schools in California that are like that and most of them are in different countries.
Posted On:4/05/2011 4:30am
There's a Budo college in Kampala, Uganda.
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