The Gentle Art: Developed in feudal Japan, this martial art
was designed to defeat an opponent utilizing holds, strikes,
joint locking and strangling techniques by first yielding to
an opponents attack.
The Gentle Way: Founded in 1882 by renowned Jujutsu master and
educator Dr.Jigoro Kano. Dr. Kano took the best techniques that
did not rely on brute strength to work. Dr. Kano took away techniques
too dangerous to practice with a resisting opponent and put
them in katas for advanced students to learn.
Today Judo is the second most popular sport in the word behind
soccer. The American College Of Sports Medicine reports Judo
as the safest contact sport for children in the U.S.A.
Bujutsu students are trained in these styles as well as weapons
and weapons defense to be capable of defending themselves or
to compete in tournaments if they choose.
Bob Geick instructing his Sunday Bujutsu Class.
started his martial arts training in1974 in Isshin-Ryu karate,
achieving Brown Belt level. A passionate athlete Bob studied freestyle
wrestling and boxing and the following:
in Jeet Kune Do, Goju Ryu, Shorin Ryu,
of Sensei Billy Martin, Godan (5th degree black belt) Judo at
Circle of One M.A.
Bushi Ryu Bujutsu
-Awarded Sandan (3rd
Degree Black Belt) Shiro Bushi Ryu Bujutsu
-Student of Sensei
J. Harry Ayala, Rokudan (6th DegreeBlack Belt)
Jujutsu, Nidan Judo
of Sensei Walter Ing, Rokudan (6th Degree Belt) Judo
the rank of Shodan (1st Degree Black Belt) Judo by Sensei Clifford
Wolff, Yodan, Judo, and Author of "Shibumi is the Way To
of Shindo Muso Ryu Jo Jutsu
with the United States Judo Association
with the United States Judo Inc.
with the United States Kendo Fed.
/ Sensei of Long Island Bujutsu Academy
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