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Old 03-15-2007, 09:40 AM   #1
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Hi from a new guy

Hi guys

I am Jimi, I have studied Isshin Ryu karate(5yrs), aikido(1yr),taekwondo(3yrs) and am currently a student of Chikashi Ryu karate and kyushu-ryu jujitsu,

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Old 03-15-2007, 10:03 AM   #2
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Old 03-15-2007, 10:12 AM   #3
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Hi guys

I am Jimi, I have studied Isshin Ryu karate(5yrs), aikido(1yr),taekwondo(3yrs) and am currently a student of Chikashi Ryu karate and kyushu-ryu jujitsu,

looking forward to being here and learning and sharing


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Welcome aboard from the ol Buzzard.

May I ask do you have these in order;

Isshin Ryu
Aikido
TaeKwonDo
Chikashi Ryu
Kyushu-Ryu Jujitsu

Also, were these instructors part of a collection of people linked?

For example, your Isshin Ryu Instructor gave you reference to your
Chikashi Ryu Instructor.

Is it that your Kyushu-Ryu Jujitsu Instructor also your Chikashi Ryu Instructor?

Again - welcome
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Old 03-15-2007, 10:27 AM   #4
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Old 03-15-2007, 10:28 AM   #5
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Welcome aboard from the ol Buzzard.

May I ask do you have these in order;

Isshin Ryu
Aikido
TaeKwonDo
Chikashi Ryu
Kyushu-Ryu Jujitsu

Also, were these instructors part of a collection of people linked?

For example, your Isshin Ryu Instructor gave you reference to your
Chikashi Ryu Instructor.

Is it that your Kyushu-Ryu Jujitsu Instructor also your Chikashi Ryu Instructor?

Again - welcome


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I started with Taekwondo at the age of seven, I then swichted to Isshin Ryu at thirteen after studing that I trained Aikido, all at different places with me just finding schools that I thought were good places to learn, and then took some time away from formal training and started to work out on my own when I could find time. I just recently started Chikashiryu and Jujitsu, I Trained Isshin Ryu with my Chikashiryu instrutor, Sensi Greg Hutton and the jujitsu club shares the building with us. Different Sensi Josh Gluck, I train Karate Tuesday and thursday and jujitsu on wednesday and Saturday when I can . I at least hit one class of each a week minimum.



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I started with Taekwondo at the age of seven, I then swichted to Isshin Ryu at thirteen after studing that I trained Aikido, all at different places with me just finding schools that I thought were good places to learn, and then took some time away from formal training and started to work out on my own when I could find time. I just recently started Chikashiryu and Jujitsu, I Trained Isshin Ryu with my Chikashiryu instrutor, Sensi Greg Hutton and the jujitsu club shares the building with us. Different Sensi Josh Gluck, I train Karate Tuesday and thursday and jujitsu on wednesday and Saturday when I can . I at least hit one class of each a week minimum.Thanks for asking
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Cool-many youngster/kids start off in TKD. TKD is a good way to start.

Isshin Ryu was the same teacher as Chikashiryu?
In other words, did you have two different teachers at different intervals.

Aikido for 1 year....may I ask why only 1 year? I wont slam you about it

It is grand and fortunate that you could work out simo with Chikashi Ryu and Kyushu-Ryu Jujitsu

Isshin Ryu Sensei ___?___

Kyushu-Ryu Jujitsu-Sensei Josh Gluck

Kyushu-Ryu - Sensei Greg Hutton

Tae Kwon Do- SaBum Nim/Instructor ___?___

Akido - Sensei ___?___


So currently, you have about 9 years martial art experience?
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Old 03-15-2007, 10:53 AM   #7
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Isshin Ryu- Dean Hershe and Ian Iumes out of Kingsville Martial arts . Here we studied Isshin Ryu but we learned what ever we could get our hands on. Thats where I studied arnis and Muay thai. we had a couple of Thai and Philipino students that were really willing to share. Are school was apart of the Kersey's Karate group although I never trained under Lamont Kersey personally.

Tae Kwon Do was taught by Sang H. Kim At a Chang Kwak school in Leimington Ont.


Aikido was taught by Jim Jennette in Windsor Ont.

I only studied here for a year because I was 20 and had a full time job, freinds and just not enough time to do all the things I had wanted. I wish it wasn't the thing that had to be sacrificed but at the time I thought I had spent enough time in a dojo for a while, time to go out.


I never stopped practicing thou, I have always had a heavy bag and room to practice Kata.

I look at the martial arts as a journey, and I still have a long road ahead of me.



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Old 03-15-2007, 12:00 PM   #8
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Isshin Ryu- Dean Hershe and Ian Iumes out of Kingsville Martial arts . Here we studied Isshin Ryu but we learned what ever we could get our hands on. Thats where I studied arnis and Muay thai. we had a couple of Thai and Philipino students that were really willing to share. Are school was apart of the Kersey's Karate group although I never trained under Lamont Kersey personally.

Tae Kwon Do was taught by Sang H. Kim At a Chang Kwak school in Leimington Ont.


Aikido was taught by Jim Jennette in Windsor Ont.

I only studied here for a year because I was 20 and had a full time job, freinds and just not enough time to do all the things I had wanted. I wish it wasn't the thing that had to be sacrificed but at the time I thought I had spent enough time in a dojo for a while, time to go out.


I never stopped practicing thou, I have always had a heavy bag and room to practice Kata.

I look at the martial arts as a journey, and I still have a long road ahead of me.



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Great I can say that sometimes one has to break away and return to something refreshing.

However, my humble outlook is to train with something (with a instructor) for a few years (3-5), then move on. (Unless there is a conflict of personal interest-job-personal relationship-etc.) Indded, with so may years, one could have truely studied much information.

I usually see people move on after 1 year, (or less)mainly for lost of interest set on by hype and peer influence of current fad. In your case, their was the personal conflict. One has to do what one has to.

Chikashiryu lineage:

Sensei Roy Osborne taught.....
Sensei John Boyle (founder)taught.....
Greg Hutton

Is this how it goes on who taught who?

Also, what does Chikashiryu mean?

What exact year was it founded?

And how long was Sensei Boyle a martial artist when he founded it? (He did founded it)
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Old 03-15-2007, 06:38 PM   #9
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i was wondering, what rank are you in taekwondo?
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Old 03-15-2007, 07:37 PM   #10
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Old 03-15-2007, 09:12 PM   #11
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Atacamobelt I am a blue belt, I was 10 years old when I studied Taekwondo


47martialman we you that kid that always asked why??? hehe

I left Kingsville martail arts because of inter club politics,

I stopped training Taekwondo simply because I was ten and I wanted to play baseball, all my freinds were playing ball that summer and I didn't want to be left out. I took a couple years off, then started Isshin-ryu





About Chikashiryu


here is the website


www.chikashiryukarate.com

I think it should anwer all your questions.


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i was wondering, what rank are you in taekwondo?

He was 3rd Dan Camo.
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