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#307102 - 12/11/06 12:01 AM Judo or Aiki Jutsu.
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Hello. I'm practising Shaolin and would like to take another style at the same time, something with more joint locks, throws and attacks, defence against knife attacks, etc.. I was wondering what exactly is the difference between aikido, aikijutsu and judo?..and which one would you recommend considering I'm not that tall and quite slim. Cheers.

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#307103 - 12/11/06 01:19 PM Re: Judo or Aiki Jutsu. [Re: shaolinmonkuk]
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Depends on the teacher rather than the art. See what is around you and try and go to a class. Most Judo in the UK and Ireland is somewhat sport orientated, so it has limited use for knife attacks. Though there are Judo groups who do practice Judo regarding SD (e.g. Kyushindo Judo group.).

Aikido contains joint locks throws, defences against knife attacks (though some are not that realistic, but it does teach excellent evasive movements to get you out of the knifes way.)

Aikijujutsu is a VERY hard art to find a master in. There are only two teachers in the whole of the UK, and one of them doesn't even teach anymore. So be careful of any suppose teachers offering to teach you Aikijujutsu. Chances are they won't be the real deal.

However, Ju Jutsu would suit most of the things you are after IMO. So see if you can find a JJ school close to you.
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#307104 - 12/11/06 01:22 PM Re: Judo or Aiki Jutsu. [Re: Prizewriter]
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Thank you for your response. i will look into this. in aikido/aiki jutsu do they also train you in defence against multiple attackers?

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#307105 - 12/11/06 01:55 PM Re: Judo or Aiki Jutsu. [Re: shaolinmonkuk]
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Pretty sure Aikijujutsu does, certain that Aikido does.
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#307106 - 12/12/06 01:32 AM Re: Judo or Aiki Jutsu. [Re: Prizewriter]
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You mentioned finding a aikijutsu teacher in uk is hard can you let me know if you happen to have their website(s)? Thank you.

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#307107 - 12/12/06 09:49 AM Re: Judo or Aiki Jutsu. [Re: shaolinmonkuk]
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http://www.daito-ryu.com/en/uk/pag1.htm

The only guy active in the UK, and he teaches in a really small town in the South East of England.
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#307108 - 05/31/07 07:52 AM Re: Judo or Aiki Jutsu. [Re: Prizewriter]
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There is actually very good Aikijutsu classes in Suffolk and Essex, such as Brightlingsea, Colchester, Felixstowe, Ipswich, Oxford and Wakefield.

Check out: http://www.dentokan.com/

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#307109 - 05/31/07 08:15 AM Re: Judo or Aiki Jutsu. [Re: Kane_77]
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I'll second this. These are students of my teacher, Roy Hobbs sensei, the founder of Dentokan Jujutsu/Aikijutsu. Good people.

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There is actually very good Aikijutsu classes in Suffolk and Essex, such as Brightlingsea, Colchester, Felixstowe, Ipswich, Oxford and Wakefield.

Check out: http://www.dentokan.com/


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