Hey all, looking for some information. The university I hope to begin attending in the fall (the California Maritime Academy, www.csum.edu
if anyone is interested) has several sports I'm interested...competitively only Crew, but there is also a non-contact kickboxing club where I hope to coach for some work, a Wrestling club, and KaJuKenBo classes. This leads to my questions.
I know as well as anyone else that it depends on the school, but if anyone could help me with these basic questions, I'd appreciate it.
In your experience:
Karate - As far as I know, the karate portion of KaJuKenBo comes from Tang Soo Do, which is fortunate for me, as I am fairly well versed in Tang Soo Do. Is the TSD in KJKB heavily emphasized? How much are kicks used? Are they high kicks like in traditional TSD, or lower as in Japanese/Okinawan martial arts?
Jiu-Jitsu/Judo - Is there any Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in this system, or is it strictly Japanese?
(Mu Ryuk PRAYS that there's at least SOME BJJ involved)
Kenpo - Well, honestly no questions here.
Boxing - How heavily is Western Boxing emphasized in KaJuKenBo?
Sparring - Is it usually full contact, or at least hard contact, and somewhat kickboxing style, or more point sparring?
I'm decently proficient in TSD, BJJ and Boxing, so I hope these are heavily emphasized aspects at the Maritime Academy.
Thanks for any input.