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  • k-diddy
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    I've been going to Mohler's for about a year, I like it quite a bit but I just do BJJ so I couldn't tell you about the MT, but it seems pretty popular. I like the people there a lot, real friendly atmosphere. I'm trying to go to more Vale Tudo as well for a change of pace.

    FYI, it sounds like you've been there before but they moved a few months ago to Valley Ranch which might be closer to Arlington (off McArther north of 635) It's a pretty good drive for me as well, which is why I can't make it out of work in time for class as often as I'd like.

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  • patfromlogan
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    Model Mugging Of Texas! now that sounds like a school we'd all like to check out. I hadn't read the list that I posted,I just pasted it, just perhaps maybe one or two might be mcdojo's, I started out Japanese (Wado-ryu and Shotokan) then spent years in kempo (Kajukenbo and American Kenpo) and then many years in Japanese (Kyokushin) and now I'm leaning back to kempo and I think that more important than style is to find friendly, good hearted people that happen to know good techniques and work out hard.

    >>>Always walk on a bright, wide road. If you choose to live with your right posture, you don't have to go on a dark road or a malodorous place. Oyama

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  • Greese
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    They have some good Judo schools.

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  • Thai Boxer
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    Thanks for the info patfromlogan, Ill check it out.

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  • Thai Boxer
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    I havent been lately because of work/school/sick. I just saw they changed the schedule so its going to a lot easier for me to go. Plus Im going to go to UTA so I might be moving down the street from Yangs. Probably going to be too far from Mohlers though, Yangs is a good school besides.



    Edited by - Thai Boxer on February 07 2003 11:23:33

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  • rmclain
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    Thai Boxer,

    Do you train at Master Yang's school?

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  • patfromlogan
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    http://www.blackbeltprofiles.com/FRONTPGE1.HTM

    has some stuff on Kyokushin and other karate info, including a forum-here is their ft worth list:

    Business Name Address City Phone

    Fort Worth
    American Dragons Academy
    6630 Rufe Snow Dr
    Fort Worth, TX
    (817) 581-1897

    American Karate & Self Defense
    6001 River Oaks Blvd
    Fort Worth, TX
    (817) 763-5633

    Authentic Kung-Fu
    7519 Chapel Ave # C
    Fort Worth, TX
    (817) 244-2347

    Bruce Lee's Jkd
    415 N Hampton St
    Fort Worth, TX
    (817) 870-1127

    Center Of Martial Art Virtues
    6120 Watauga Rd
    Fort Worth, TX
    (817) 281-4252

    Fort Worth Judo Club
    3000 Cullen St
    Fort Worth, TX
    (817) 244-9012

    Fort Worth Karate Academy
    3420 SW Loop 820
    Fort Worth, TX
    (817) 927-5425

    Karate Center
    6242 Hulen Bend Blvd
    Fort Worth, TX
    (817) 263-5272

    Little Gym
    6295 Old Granbury Rd
    Fort Worth, TX
    (817) 346-9655

    Lone Star Martial Arts
    4513 Williams Rd
    Fort Worth, TX
    (817) 738-0688

    Model Mugging Of Texas
    5812 Bonanza Dr
    Fort Worth, TX
    (817) 656-0051

    Mohler Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
    1401 S Sylvania Ave
    Fort Worth, TX
    (817) 332-7128

    Ronquillo's Institute-Karate
    710 W Richmond Ave
    Fort Worth, TX
    (817) 927-5551

    S W Academy Of Martial Arts
    5753 Westcreek Dr
    Fort Worth, TX
    (817) 263-0924

    Swagerty American Karate
    3435 Altamesa Blvd
    Fort Worth, TX
    (817) 292-9271

    Thaine Mc Vean American Acadmy
    8141 Highway 80 W
    Fort Worth, TX
    (817) 244-6373

    Tom Mathews Taekwondo Plus
    5338 Rufe Snow Dr
    Fort Worth, TX
    (817) 581-6075

    Won Park Institute Inc
    7908 W Elizabeth Ln
    Fort Worth, TX
    (817) 244-6720

    and these guys are in austin, and they mite know of a local instructor-and they hold full contact tourneys, could be fun as we all know austin has music and culture and the rest of texas?

    http://www.enshin-karate-texas.com/sabaki_challenge.htm

    I, called the kempo school, for instance, in colorado to find if they had any branches or knew of any Chinese Kempo or Kajukenbo BBs working out in my area, and they did.


    >>>Always walk on a bright, wide road. If you choose to live with your right posture, you don't have to go on a dark road or a malodorous place. Oyama

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  • Thai Boxer
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    Ive trained up there before in muay thai and watched the vale tudo class. Everyone seemed real nice and knew what they're talking about. My only problem is the 35-45 min drive. Right now I train in MT in Arlington but I just want a change of pace. Ill probably end up splitting time between both. If you're thinking of going and have the time and $, I would. Dont take my word for it, you could probably get a couple free classes.

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  • Travis X
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    I'm thinking about going to Mohlers BJJ myself, if you have any questions about Mohlers, ask Carbon and k-diddy they go there.

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  • Thai Boxer
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    Ive trained in MT for a while, but the other 2 styles look pretty cool, san shou more than anything. I think Ill just go back to MT, the school I go to is pretty cool. Actually I might try the MT & vale tudo at Mohlers BJJ, they look better than anything. Anyone else go there?

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  • Travis X
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    Anyone know of kyokushin or sanshou/sanda in the metroplex that isnt a mcdojo? Thanks.

    Nope, only schools i know of are TKD, BJJ/Muay Thai and Isshinryu and they look pretty legit.



    Edited by - Travis X on January 30 2003 17:24:26

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  • Omega Supreme
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    I saw a guy there that trained in a kickboxing studio that did san shou I believe he fought 185 lbs. was African American. Don't remember the name of the studio but he was pretty good.

    Go away I'm talking to myself

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  • Thai Boxer
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    Kyokushin or san shou in Dallas/Ft. Worth?

    Anyone know of kyokushin or sanshou/sanda in the metroplex that isnt a mcdojo? Thanks.

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