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#330960 - 05/05/07 08:17 AM Re: Eugue Ryu [Re: jude33]
SamuraiDave Offline
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Registered: 05/04/07
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Loc: Wellington, Somerset, England
Not sure. I didn't know any Wado people in the states. Wado Ryu is quite popular over here in England though and I actually work with about a dozen people who used to train in the style. One of the was a Sandan instructor I think, but unfortunately I haven't actually gotten to train with any of them so I am unsure how similar the styles may be (yet). As for the White Crane comment, I think most of what you see in the Karate Kid movies was of that style. When Korea and China sent ambassadors to Okinawa hundreds of years ago, one of the main styles that came along was White Crane Gung-Fu so I believe (I read) that White Crane has somewhat influenced just about all Okinawan Karate styles to some extent. I will have to find some time to train with the Wado guys over here and see how they compare to what I know. Hope everyone who reads this is having a great year. Take care all...
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#330961 - 06/30/07 09:47 PM Re: Eugue Ryu [Re: SamuraiDave]
Lucky_shinobi Offline
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Fun Fact here, Im from the lima/wapakoneta area and am thinking about studying Eugue Ryu. On talks of oscar adams, he taught my mother Judo so i thought that this was pretty cool that his name kept popping up. I can talk with the sensei's around here and try to get more information

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#330962 - 06/30/07 09:51 PM Re: Eugue Ryu [Re: Lucky_shinobi]
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Oh and the eugue schools around here have converted to the title of Jukido-Kai Sogo Budo and have joined the American Association of said title. Eugue ryu is still the basis for most of the training though. Here is the site for the Ohio branch of Jukido-Kai. http://www.jukido-kai.com/

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#330963 - 07/18/07 10:18 PM Re: Eugue Ryu [Re: Karate_Jutsu]
Sensei_T_Mullen Offline
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Registered: 07/18/07
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Quote:

When Mrs. Williams says that her father started this style in KC, what she means, is that he was the first to bring this style to the Kansas City Area. I train with Senseis Hess, Jones, and Baswell. Their teacher was Mr. Steve Williams, who was taught by Oscar Adams, who was taught by Terry James, who was taught by Ray Flowers.




Just a simple correction here. Sensei Thomas Baswell as well as myself trained directly under Sensei Terry James and Sensei Steve Williams. Sensei Baswell went on to train under others as I moved to Ohio.

This is an interesting discussion on, in my oppinion, one of the toughest and most complete styles ever. As those who are very familiar with Eugue Ryu can attest, if you can still walk without being wobbly after training then you did not train in Eugue Ryu.

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#330964 - 07/18/07 10:34 PM Re: Eugue Ryu [Re: Sensei_T_Mullen]
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How is it more "complete" than any other style of karate? What makes it so?

"Tough" in a physical sense? I could make you wobbly with tae bo, doesn't make it any better.
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#330965 - 01/16/08 11:26 PM Re: Eugue Ryu [Re: Karate_Jutsu]
Chirogabe Offline
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Registered: 01/16/08
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Loc: Indiana, USA
Terry James here! Imagine that.

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#330966 - 01/17/08 12:23 AM Re: Eugue Ryu [Re: Chirogabe]
Ed_Morris Offline
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Hi Terry, welcome.

I do have a couple questions, if you know... what is known about Kensenzue Yamaeugue? it's said he was an Okinawan living in Korea teaching the Japanese art of Jujutsu - during which years? it's an unusual name (or spelling) for either Japanese, Okinawan or Korean..is that the correct romanization?

also, do you know the years Ray Flowers was stationed overseas?

If you look at the opening post of this thread, I think they just want to peice together a history...so any info you have may help them out.

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#330967 - 01/17/08 10:49 AM Re: Eugue Ryu [Re: Chirogabe]
MattJ Offline
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Registered: 11/25/04
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Hi Terry. Could you describe what the training is like in the system? Contact level, kata, etc?
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#330968 - 01/17/08 12:55 PM Re: Eugue Ryu [Re: MattJ]
cxt Offline
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Registered: 09/11/03
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I'm still back on "one of the toughest and most complete systems out their."
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#330969 - 01/17/08 01:48 PM Re: Eugue Ryu [Re: cxt]
cxt Offline
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Oops

That should read:

"one of the toughest and most complete systems EVER."

Its the "most complete" and "ever" parts that bother me.

Since no other information is provided with those claims.............?
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