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JUKKENDO, A Dynamic Art of "Conde Koma Style" Self Defence

JUKKEN-DO is a new, comprehensive style of martial arts founded by the well known Judo Master Nori Bunasawa of Japan. Mr. Bunasawa has an extensive background in competition Judo/Jujitsu and was at one time a Japanese World Judo team member. He is a 7th Dan in Judo, or 7th degree Master red and white belt. Now he combines his extensive knowledge of throwing, grappling and submission with the striking arts. His background also includes Boxing, Karate, and Kempo. Mr. Bunasawa will put all these techniques together into a new martial art form, called JUKKEN-DO!! It's 70% grappling/submission based with striking. Don't miss the opportunity to find out more about this style. This is a great form of self-defense and one of the best all around MMA fighting systems of 21st century. Students will have the opportinity to combine the dynamic throws and groundwork they have begun to master in Judo and leverage them into a form of MMA and self defence training which can prepare them for any situation. Students come from far and wide to get in on the action in this new art. Classes are filling up fast, don't get left behind! (Check Bunasawa-Kai Class Scheule).

(Photo Right: Bunasawa Sensei trying his own Kanibasami (Flying Scissors) on former 10 times All Japan Judo champion legend "Kimura Lock" Masahiko Kimura 7th dan (1917-1993).

     

JUKKENDO

"Conde Koma Style" Fighting Systems: Right Side Kick to Osotogari (Throw) and Juji-gatame (Cross Armbar).

 

       

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"The Toughest Man Who Ever Lived"

"The aim of judo is to utilize physical and mental strength most effectively. Its training is to understand the true meaning of life through the mental and physical training of attack and defense. You must develop yourself as a person and become a useful citizen to society."
-Jigoro Kano, Founder of Judo

 

 
 
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