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    Finally!!! Dillman's pressure point secrets have come to ATL!

    http://www.atlantakyusho.com/home.htm




    From the website...

    There are many influences in Jodoryu Jujitsu, but the main inspirations are:
    Ryukyu Kempo (Kyusho Jitsu)
    Using the Grandmaster Dillmanís Method of Pressure Point fighting and grappling, Ryukyu Kempo encompasses Okinawin arts as it should be. It utilizes the knowledge of Chinese Acupuncture to defend from attacks by either simple pain compliance all the way to Dim Mak.

    Small Circle Jujitsu
    Grandmaster Wally Jayís adaptation to Japanese Jujitsu in successful efforts to simplify and make more effective the art of Jujitsu utilizing small circles w/in attacks.

    Disharmonic Emotion Method (DEM)
    Professor Frazerís study of emotions and the effect of it on the body in a fight situation. Taking these emotions and learning how to use them to your advantage in fight takes martial arts to new levels.

    Kiaido
    Song Parkís study of body energy, sound, and the effects it has on the body.





    DIM MAK wasn't deadly enough, these guys will attack you with SOUND!!!

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    i always knew kempo was the way to go

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    Quote Originally Posted by caseyboy
    http://www.atlantakyusho.com/home.htm




    From the website...

    There are many influences in Jodoryu Jujitsu, but the main inspirations are:
    Ryukyu Kempo (Kyusho Jitsu)
    Using the Grandmaster Dillmanís Method of Pressure Point fighting and grappling, Ryukyu Kempo encompasses Okinawin arts as it should be. It utilizes the knowledge of Chinese Acupuncture to defend from attacks by either simple pain compliance all the way to Dim Mak.

    Small Circle Jujitsu
    Grandmaster Wally Jayís adaptation to Japanese Jujitsu in successful efforts to simplify and make more effective the art of Jujitsu utilizing small circles w/in attacks.

    Disharmonic Emotion Method (DEM)
    Professor Frazerís study of emotions and the effect of it on the body in a fight situation. Taking these emotions and learning how to use them to your advantage in fight takes martial arts to new levels.

    Kiaido
    Song Parkís study of body energy, sound, and the effects it has on the body.



    DIM MAK wasn't deadly enough, these guys will attack you with SOUND!!!


    Deadly stuff.

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    But who here is man enough to make a challenge?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razamataz
    But who here is man enough to make a challenge?
    I think we all know the answer to that question is AnnaTrocity.
    Seriously. It's in your fucking hometown. You don't even have to drive across the country to wreck them up.

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    Also, much lolz at " It's not about submission, it's about survival."

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    There's an American Kenpo school near me that also seems to do that Dillman bullshit:

    GuardianMartialArts.com

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    I don't think it's fair to send AnnaTrocity, because, as we all know, Dim Mak doesn't work on natural atheletes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krazy kaju
    There's an American Kenpo school near me that also seems to do that Dillman bullshit:

    GuardianMartialArts.com

    Funny you post that, I was actually considering training there once I relocated. I'm not quite sure what to think about them based on their website. On one hand, they encourage cross-training and do seminar's with Frank Trejo, but on the other hand they incorporate Dillman's Kai Shitsu into their program.

    Can anyone give me the lowdown on if this place is any good or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by krazy kaju
    There's an American Kenpo school near me that also seems to do that Dillman bullshit:

    GuardianMartialArts.com
    DUDE! They teach a pole-dancing fitness class! WTF!? Send somebody to check THAT out.

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