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JIU JITSU SEMINAR

Plus an instructors seminar on Sunday!

Dacula Family Sports, Dacula, Georgia

770 237-2121

bobby@daculafamilysports.com

Posted by Dave McNeill on August 23, 2019 at 2:30pm

A JUJITSU LESSON

I watched a jujitsu class last night taught by an amazing, high ranking, high caliber instructor.

He worked on blending, entering, uprooting and some of the release arts. He stressed the importance of body speed because it adds power to the counter attacks, whether they are strikes, takedowns or throws.

Master Tourin is quite tall and in the 200 pound range, but he moves like a cat. His counter attacks were executed with no effort but with such power that the ukes were overwhelmed.

His releases from grabs, mixed with body movement, put the attacker in a position where any…

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Posted by Dave McNeill on March 27, 2019 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment

We Lost Another One

Lee Tau was a wonderful martial artist, father, minister and soldier. He never met a stranger and I never saw him display anger. Lee, you've fought the good fight, now you can rest.

Posted by Dave McNeill on March 13, 2019 at 5:00pm

Joint Lock Flow

Posted by Dave McNeill on February 26, 2019 at 6:43pm

Goju-Shorei Jujitsu - Level 2

Master Andy Tourin is one of the best Jujitsu teachers you will ever have the honor to learn from.

Posted by Dave McNeill on February 20, 2019 at 11:53am

Cocobolo Training Knife

Signed 12" cocobolo training knife with turquoise inlay. $60 plus S&H. If you think that is a lot of money, take a look at the cost of raw, unfinished cocobolo.

Posted by Dave McNeill on February 9, 2019 at 5:00pm — 2 Comments

Goju-Shorei Samurai Award

This was the first ever Samurai Award. It was presented to Master George Fujii for his unwavering community support via his long occurring free self-defense classes and free classes to the special needs population.

What does the hook and title mean? The Hawaiian hook is a symbol of caring for and feeding the local community. Samurai, translated, means 'to serve'. 

How does a martial arts school qualify? They must have been offering free service for some time to their local community. The schools can not be affiliated with Goju-Shorei.

 

Posted by Dave McNeill on January 23, 2019 at 1:30pm

Friends in Alaska

I spoke yesterday and again this morning with our friends and family in Alaska. Master Terry Adlawan ans his wife Sussie are both safe and have been reunited in Anchorage. We pray the remain so. Mahalo.

Posted by Ross Briggs on December 1, 2018 at 9:41am

 
 
 

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