TAI SABAKI by Tak Kubota - Soke Tak Kubota founded the Gosoku-ryu style of karate, and is the founder and president of the International Karate Association. Kubota holds the title of Sōke for his development of the Gosoku-ryū style of karate. He is also the inventor and holder of the trademark of the Kubotan self-defense key chain. Soke Kubota was a self-defense instructor for the Tokyo Police department in the 1950s, where he was noted for his expertise in practical karate. He has devoted his life to learning, creating, and teaching the application of self-defense techniques to military, law enforcement, and civilian personnel. He has earned black belt degrees in karate, judo, aikido, kendo, and iaido.
BASIC NUNCHAKU by Fumio Demura - Shihan Demura is the founder and chief instructor of Shito-Ryu Karate-Do Genbu-Kai International created in 1999. The Genbu-Kai organization has schools teaching Shito-Ryu karate throughout the US, and in 30 countries around the world. Shihan Demura also has done a great deal to develop Batto-Do (sword) and Kobudo (weapons) organizations, training methods, and competition opportunities within his own organization and around the world.
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BJJ Tournament Tips From Seasoned Referees and White Belts
Everyone has to start somewhere when they are wanting to compete, so once you have honed your skills as best you can and have your white belt safely secured, the next progression is to try and prepare yourself for your... read more
This Week in BJJ Episode 95 with Cesar Gracie black belt, Jason Manly
Budo Jake welcomes Cesar Gracie black belt, Jason Manly to the studio this week. Jason is focuses his efforts on teaching and training MMA in the Orange County area. In the technique portion of the show, Jason shows one of... read more