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#6216841 - 02/24/12 Any martial artists on the fire.  
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I guess i'll get the usual i study tire iron , etc. laugh
Just curious if anybody else out there studies.


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#6216851 - 02/24/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: Field_Hand]  
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Yup.


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#6216879 - 02/24/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: HugAJackass]  
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In my youth. Jukado.

#6216891 - 02/24/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: mtrancher]  
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that's cool. never studied judo. always wanted to. i started isshinryu karate in 1980. switched to taekwon do and hapkido when i was in college in the mid 80's and then switched back to isshinryu in 99. still doing it but the injuries are wearing me down. i've had a few broke bones, two knee surgeries and looking at shoulder surgery from the grappling.
i'm 46 and it's getting harder to heal up.


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#6217517 - 02/24/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: Field_Hand]  
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Field Hand, actually it was Jukado, an American synthesis created by Dr. Bruce Tegner after years of studying in Japan. It was a combination of judo, yawara, savate, karate, jiu-jitsu, and aikido, though most of it was karate and judo. I'm going on 60 and had to give it up many years ago when my sensei moved away. Jukado instructors were not easily found them, probably still aren't.

#6220655 - 02/25/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: mtrancher]  
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ok just reread that. i didn't catch first time. sounds like an effective blending of styles.


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#6220682 - 02/25/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: Field_Hand]  
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It was purely a defensive art, not a sport karate, though my sensei was not beyond having his students compete. But the emphasis was totally on self-defense situations and belts did not come easily, nor were there a slug of different colors. White, blue, brown, black. I would imagine it is still the same.

#6237769 - 02/29/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: mtrancher]  
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I have Tegner's book, The Complete Book of Jukado. Never new it was actually taught though.


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#6237947 - 02/29/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: BOBBALEE]  
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Yes, there are schools scattered around the country. Mostly on the west coast, I think. I know there is one in Portland. I did a search a few months ago and located my former sensei. He had been an airborne corpsman during Nam and later trained SEALS.

#6263273 - 03/07/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: mtrancher]  
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I've practiced Tae Kwon Do, Shorin Ryu, Judo and now I'm currently taking Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. I love martial arts!! And I'm a HUGE MMA fan. smile

#6263724 - 03/07/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: NavyVet]  
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what part of the country are you from. we just had a shorinryu stylist start working out at our dojo. we work out with alot of different schools in our area and have workouts where everyone can learn a blending of alot of different styles. I also like the weapons. We work alot of knive and arnis drills also.


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#6263892 - 03/07/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: Field_Hand]  
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I'm living in South Texas. I love a mixture of styles. Probably why I like MMA so much. And I really like Machida who shows everyone that its not all about wrestling.

#6306307 - 03/18/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: NavyVet]  
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Yi Dan TKD working on Sam Dan and trying to pass back some knowledge at PSU main campus a few days a week.

http://groupspaces.com/KOREANKARATE/

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#6317456 - 03/21/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: rem06]  
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Originally Posted by rem06
Yi Dan TKD working on Sam Dan and trying to pass back some knowledge at PSU main campus a few days a week.

http://groupspaces.com/KOREANKARATE/
that's cool. i got my sandan in tkd and am a sandan in isshinryu also.


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#6318828 - 03/21/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: Field_Hand]  
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master is next smile

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#6319031 - 03/21/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: rem06]  
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sun tzu has alot of really good lessons. lot's of current military leaders use those teachings also.


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#6319147 - 03/21/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: Field_Hand]  
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and being very vague,i know of our students highly involved in the military!
it really keeps you going.and i can still throw a jump spin hook kick! but likely wont need to smile
as i carry a G22 also smile


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#6319455 - 03/21/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: rem06]  
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Always wanted to study Aikido. Beautiful practice IMO.


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#6320427 - 03/22/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: teal]  
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Originally Posted by teal
Always wanted to study Aikido. Beautiful practice IMO.
dabbled in it a little . it is a beautiful are. rem06 i'm the same way. i still have very quick feet but all those years of doing it have ruined my knees. when i teach my age 20 something students i tell them it's all about fighting dirty and evening the odds. grin


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#6343586 - 03/28/12 Re: Any martial artists on the fire. [Re: Field_Hand]  
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Hello,

Kickboxing when I was younger, Aikido and wushu when I got older.

I can technically teach and I do teach my kid (what he can learn yet as he only just turned 4), but mostly I'm out of it these days.

I still have a tree out there with a rope wrapped around it for punching. It is a dead tree. Last time I was practicing I started getting sticks and such falling down. I'd hear one coming through the limbs and dodge it by sound.

That was, until I missed a dodge and a large branch, about as big around as my arm and at least as long, broke over my head. I was down, out, and not at all sure I was OK.

Turns out I had a hell of a bump and had an eye swelled shut where part hit me in the face when it broke.

I've not used that tree since, although I'm thinking about putting a helmet on here in a few days and cutting it down right above the rope. I need something to practice on again!

Josh


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