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    Greetings,

    I just noticed this new forumn. I am located in the Maryland Area and offer private lessons in JJJ and Iron Fist Training. I train people by appointment and I am currently working on my 2nd Degree Black Belt. I am a 50 ish male in excellent shape and I offer affordable rates. Not sure if I am supposed to post contact info here thus If you are interested, send me a p.m. or respond to this thread. www.tommycaro.com
    Last edited by Hardball; 04-09-2007, 11:26 AM.

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    .............oh man.....................

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    • #3
      Hardball

      I'm too far away, but can you tell us more about JJJ lets say compared to BJJ?

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        Not too much to say. It's the art of the Samauri. When the Samauri lost, broke or was caught without his sword--he used JJJ. Basically, it's kicks, punches, locks, throws and breaks. BJJ, is better for sport or ring--just like the Marines, BJJ has the reputation; which was earned in combat. JJJ is like a second cousin to Judo, in fact some people cannot distinguish between the two. I only use JJJ when I am caught without my weapon or weapons.

        There are several old threads here on JJJ--just do a search.

        Bowing out.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Hardball
          Not too much to say. It's the art of the Samauri. When the Samauri lost, broke or was caught without his sword--he used JJJ. Basically, it's kicks, punches, locks, throws and breaks. BJJ, is better for sport or ring--just like the Marines, BJJ has the reputation; which was earned in combat. JJJ is like a second cousin to Judo, in fact some people cannot distinguish between the two. I only use JJJ when I am caught without my weapon or weapons.

          There are several old threads here on JJJ--just do a search.

          Bowing out.

          Are there any particular threads or specific posts that you would suggest? As in something you feel is particularly interesting or accurate from a historical standpoint or applies to a specific style? What Ryu is your jujutsu from?


          Thanks!

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          • #6
            Yea, do a search in the Japanese Forumn. Use Japanese Jujitsu as you key phrase. There are several good ones there.

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