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HereBeADragon
1/17/2013 3:33am,
Found an interesting art recently. "Jukkendo is a dynamic martial arts founded by sensei Nori Bunasawa, Kodokan 8th Dan. The inspiration came from following Mitsuyo Maeda’s international fighting career, and researching for his judo teachings in Brazil. Jukkendo consists of four styles: Judo, Jiu-jitsu, self-defense, and physical and mental fitness." Anyone heard of this? Seems larperish.

http://jukkendo.com/


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLUX3ddNCK0

Rock Ape
1/17/2013 4:40am,
No..

THIS IS JUKENDO


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxpFnJI8R6c

Chili Pepper
1/17/2013 9:56am,
Anyone heard of this? Seems larperish.


It was very nice of his partner to throw short, sharp jabs followed by a single John Wayne-esque screaming lunatic flailing punch.

Chili Pepper
1/17/2013 9:57am,
No..

THIS IS JUKENDO

Glad to see I wasn't the only one who thought that when seeing "Jukkendo"

DerAuslander
1/17/2013 1:37pm,
It's a demo, that's all.

Until you have proof otherwise, why would you say Judo + striking = larpish?

DerAuslander
1/17/2013 4:34pm,
No..

THIS IS JUKENDO

There is also an little known Okinawan kempo style called Jukendo, so it's not like bayonet fighting has the copyright.

BoonDog
1/17/2013 4:59pm,
It's a demo, that's all.

Until you have proof otherwise, why would you say Judo + striking = larpish?

Because Judo does not contain strikes. Just ask Itwasntme. He knows all.

Rock Ape
1/17/2013 5:07pm,
Just ask Itwasntme. He knows all.BAD BOONDOG !

Never ever encourage that fucking Village Idiot

Permalost
1/17/2013 5:07pm,
There is also an little known Okinawan kempo style called Jukendo, so it's not like bayonet fighting has the copyright.

Okay, but it seems kinda silly that a guy with at least one high dan rank wouldn't know there was already an art called jukendo.

Rock Ape
1/17/2013 5:14pm,
Yes, because that extra "k" makes all the difference.

traversnz
1/17/2013 5:43pm,
Yes, because that extra "k" makes all the difference.

QFT - Not to be a dick or anything, but if you look at the kanji used, it uses JU found in judo, jujitsu (gentle, soft, compliant), KEN found in kempo (fist) and then the DO found in most japanese arts (either real or make believe).
/Nerd mode off

Permalost
1/17/2013 5:52pm,
so, Soft Kempo?

FinalLegion
1/17/2013 5:53pm,
No..

THIS IS JUKENDO


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxpFnJI8R6c

That looks rather intriguing. I had no idea this art existed. How does the scoring system work?

catfishaggie
1/17/2013 6:02pm,
Because Judo does not contain strikes. Just ask Itwasntme. He knows all.

Great now we will be regaled with in depth analysis from a guy that is more of a ***** than politicians caught in a lie.

traversnz
1/17/2013 6:07pm,
so, Soft Kempo?

Sounds like a cross between a 70s kung fu movie (badly translated) and a pron device - "The way of the soft fist".

Nah, its best to not each kanji by itself and add them together. The combinations have meanings too. (Kinda like sweet + sour = crappy aftertaste). Just putting it out there that it is different to jukendo, but if you don't speak the lingo you wouldn't know at first glance. I was looking forward to some stabby action too.

DerAuslander
1/17/2013 6:23pm,
Okay, but it seems kinda silly that a guy with at least one high dan rank wouldn't know there was already an art called jukendo.

Different Kanji = Completely different name.

Just because it's karate doesn't mean it's karate.