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Tuesday, Apr 4, 2015
Kagetora Ha Kampo is the branch of the Kagetora Budo Kai that practice oriental medicine & Japanese herbology.

Tuesday, Apr 4, 2015
Synthesized by Grandmaster Dennis Decker, Chi Lin is a relatively new “Traditional Chinese/American kung fu” dating back to only the mid 1900’s. Decker has claimed that he developed this art himself on some occasions and that he learned it from a Chinese Christian monk whom his father rescued from China during the uprising of the communist party while serving in the Korean War on other occasions. Though its origins remain unclear, Decker taught his art to many individuals who were already...

Sunday, Apr 4, 2015
Although founded by a number of black belts in the New York Metro area, Kyoshi Richie Barathy brought the attention to this style greatly in the 70's and 80's. Roughly it was a combination of Moo Duk Kwan / Tang Soo Do, Twin Dragons Kung Fu, Tai Zen Jujiutsu, and Nisei Goju Ryu. There were probably many other factions brought into this art and it was and is a mainly fighting oriented school. The original dojo taught a very rough and tumble, throws on wood floor, full contact without padding...

Friday, Apr 4, 2015
Attempting to keep the traditions taught to him by Mejin Akana, Shihan Jemjemian maintained the style to only teach a few number of students at any given time. Tatsukawa Ryu shy’s away from modern Budo and any form of ‘competition’ martial arts, instead Tatsukawa Ryu strives to stay true to traditional Bujutsu. Tatsukawa Ryu attempts to blend the forms and traditions of Akana Ryu while mixing a small amount of Aikido and Isshin Ryu Karate into the kata that develop its’ art. Tatsukawa Ryu...

Monday, Apr 4, 2015
Shodai George Brock, Soke Jim Brock, Joseph Cowles all helped to design this progressive martial arts system.

Friday, Mar 3, 2015
Chon-Tu Kwan Hapkido (전투관 합기도) also know as Combat Hapkido is an eclectic modern Hapkido system founded by John Pellegrini in 1990. Taking the next step in 1992 Pellegrini formed the International Combat Hapkido Federation (ICHF) as the official governing body of Combat Hapkido. Later, in 1999, the ICHF was recognized by the Korea Kido Association and the World Kido Federation, collectively known as the Kido Hae, as the Hapkido style Chon Tu Kwan Hapkido. The World Kido Federation is recognized...

Friday, Mar 3, 2015
How to describe this.... an absolute pile of crap might be a good place to start. It is rare to find someone who has such a vivid imagination all whilst remaining in what appears to a painted shed with a dart board. It is possible that his chi has reverberated off of the walls for so long that the founder of this style is about to implode through his awesomeness. This would be bad. That much chi being released in one go only happened once in history and now we don't have dinosaurs anymore :(...

Wednesday, Mar 3, 2015
Soke Professor Richard Petronelli resides in North Providence, Rhode Island. He has devoted his life to the practice of martial arts. At the age of five, his father, Mike, introduced him to Mr. John Lee with whom he trained in the art of Jiu-Jitsu until the age of ten. Shortly thereafter, Richard trained under Master Peter Deblaiso in traditional Karate. It was during this time that he met Master Peter Rogers. Thus began a 15-year training relationship in which he learned trust, discipline,...

Sunday, Mar 3, 2015
This style has a unique quality of being developed from non sport martial arts sources. It also includes healing arts aspects in Qigong, Asian Bodywork Therapy, Acupuncture, Herbology, Reiki, and the philosophy of Interfaith Spirituality. There are 11 kyu levels and 10 dan levels to the belt system. All aspects of the arts backround in Karatejutsu with its Kyusho applications, Bujinkan Budo taijutsu/ninjutsu, (the founder is a 10th Dan in Bujinkan), principles and action of Tai Chi are included...

Sunday, Feb 2, 2015
The Kenpo Jujutsu Ryu System,AKA(Fist Law Gentel Techniques School),Was Develop,After 20 Years Of Research,Training,And Teaching,From Some Of The Worlds Leading Grand Master's,Professor's,Shihan's,Master's,Sifu's,Sensei's,And Instructors,From Around The United States,It's A System Of Self Defense,That Was Made By A New Generation Of Black Belts,That Has To Deal With Today's Attacks,And Has The Responsibility To Survive,Any Threat That Comes Our Way,That's Why This Was Develop,We Combined,The...

Friday, Feb 2, 2015
At the core of Chen Tai Chi Chuan is a spiral energy process called the Chan Ssu Chin, a silk reeling exercise that is both a dynamic healing therapy and a full range-of-motion moving meditation. It can help you relax and find confidence through learning specialized techniques found in Silk Reeling Spiral Power Qi Gong. This low impact exercise syncs the body and mind through martial meditative movement. It releases negative stress, improves your physical and mental health and helps you sustain...

Saturday, Jan 1, 2015
Last royal court martial artist of the royal court Korean royal family, Yi dynasty - Bohn Hwa Kwan.

Sunday, Jan 1, 2015
Sensei Adino (Dino) Liboon was born in Negros Oriental, the Philippines in 1945. He was the youngest of 9 children. His martial arts journey started at around the age of 8. He was introduced to boxing and an art called Dumog (Philippine wrestling) by some of his relatives who were professional boxers and Dumog artists. At the age of 18, Dino Sensei left home and went to work at Cagayan De Oro City as a radio technician. While living there he met some professional boxers that worked for his...

Sunday, Dec 12, 2014
Leonardo Terrone was a fencing genius. Through a great deal of disciplined training, he was able to fence both right and left handed. To be ambidextrous is an important facet of fighting. Terrone's influence on good Wing Chun should not be underestimated. He was not extremely popular in his day. The concept of being equally talented with both sides of the body may have proved that a talented fencer like Aldo Nadi would lose when using his nondominant side. As fate would have it, Terrone was one...

Friday, Dec 12, 2014
Edge Martial Arts 2825 Lexington Rd (Levering Gym) Louisville, KY Master Mark Wilson, 6th Degree Mr. Joe Maupin, 3rd Degree Contact Information: 502-552-2830 Edgemartialarts1@gmail.com Visit us on Facebook Jasper School of Tae Kwon Do Health Pointe Jasper, Indiana Master Stan Keepes, 6th Degree Contact Information: (812) 482-7917 or (812) 354-3079 Email: sk5125@aol.com Gentry Martial Arts Martinsville, Indiana Master Brandon Sieg, 6th Degree Contact Information: www.gentrymartialarts.com...

Friday, Dec 12, 2014
Grandmaster Y.S. Choi joined the Chung Do Kwan in 1958. He has trained with teachers such as Won Kuk Lee, Duk Sung Son, Yong Taek Chung, and Tae Hi Nam. Choi has won 12 gold medals in regional, national, and international contest. Trained in Taekwondo, Kung-Fu, Kumdo, and Yudo. He became a presidential bodyguard in 1970-1973 also he has taught troops in South Korea and China. In 1976 Choi was invited to the United States by Master Chung, Nak Young. In July 2004 Grandmaster Choi was tested for...

Friday, Dec 12, 2014
Traditional Tae Kwon Do Chung Do Association (T.T.C.A.) was founded in 1996 by Grandmaster Young Sik Choi, 9th Dan. T.T.C.A. was established primarily to get back to traditional tae kwon do training and values as it was in the original Chung Do Kwan Institute. It is the goal of Grandmaster Choi and all of the T.T.C.A. masters and instructors to keep the organization free of politics, to maintain traditional values, and to train not only quality martial artists, but good members of society.

Sunday, Dec 12, 2014
During the time that Sifu Armando attended Master Paolillo's private lessons, class included: Chen style - the first form, Chen style Pao Choi - the second form, Silk Reeling Spiral Power Qi Gong, Hsing-I Chuan theory, Dragon Style Ba Gua Zhang and Tao Style. Chen Tai Chi Chuan is an internal martial art system that develops a variety of attributes through a base of concepts necessary for hand-to-hand combat. Developed over 300 years ago, Chen Tai Chi Chuan is known for its use of spiraling...

Tuesday, Dec 12, 2014
Oshito-Ryu: a reality based mix of Aikido, Judo, Goju-ryu

Tuesday, Dec 12, 2014
Snake Fist Karate A system built off of Shorin Ryu it incorporates more chokes.You learn 25 different strikes, kicks, escape from holds and various locks. There are four different belt levels, each with sets of effective techniques. This style is different as it promotes more "singular" techniques vs. "Pre-arranged" set of techniques.

Tuesday, Dec 12, 2014
American Tiger jujitsu This system incorporates around 60+ techniques. that work!. This system uses locks, pinches, strikes, self-defense applications, take-downs, and knowledge of striking points on the body, plus much more.

Tuesday, Dec 12, 2014
It comes from instructor Master Valadez, who has been awarded a 6th Degree Black Belt in American Kenpo Karate and has legitimate lineage to the systems founder Great Grandmaster Ed Parker through Randy L. Knox and more recently Michael Accord of Nicholas Lee’s American Kenpo Karate he also has a 3rd Dan in Yoshin Ryu Jujitsu/Jujitsu, certified under the International Federation of Yoshin Ryu Jujitsu and the American Federation of Jujitsu. He has also done Submission fighting. 3rd Dan in...

Tuesday, Dec 12, 2014
DRAGON KENPO KARATE CONSORTIUM INTERNATIONAL THE ORIGINAL ED. HUTCHISON DRAGON KENPO CREED Dragon Kenpo Creed The classical martial arts present themselves as rivals. One a "hard" style, the other "soft". This one emphasizing kicks, that one specializing in punches, the other takes each opponent to the ground and wrestles. Yet the underlying premise is the same for each: a narrow system is presented as not only superior but holy. Laws are laid down, rituals are set in stone and rigid patterns...

Tuesday, Dec 12, 2014
We don't believe in sport martial arts because We believe martial arts should be sacred and used only when needed like in War or when in danger. That is the way my Father passed it down to me and his grandfather passed it to him and I keep that creed, and anyone who trains with me has to sign a creed of defense only.It is a self defense that was taught to my great grandfather from a China man in the 1800's that was passed down two my father then to me. it is a vary direct martial art that is...
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