07-28-2005, 07:47 PM #1
Anyone practice Kyu Kushin karate
I have been shopping around for martial arts lately and most of the Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai i found is quit unafordable for me.
I have found a Kyo Kushin dojo that is near my job, and at around 300$ a year.
I did Kyo Kushin when i was younger and i remember being full contact and a great way to get back into shape.
Anyone practice this karate style?
07-28-2005, 09:46 PM #2
No. I would prefer to train at a muay thai or brazilian ju-jitsu gym but none are a close enough drive. Currently, I'm stuck going to an Olympic-style Tae Kwon Do studio. When checking out Bas Rutten's credentials, I noticed he was a second degree black belt in TKD. I figured at least I could become a better striker. Good luck!
07-29-2005, 06:21 AM #3
Yeah get Bas full dvd fighting career the guy is an icon of MMA. He got some sick kicks., He actually knocked a guy out with a front kick in one of is fights, a liver kick LOL he loves them
07-29-2005, 10:45 AM #4
my buddy cj did kyo, it's useless. A horse stance is just not effective in fighting. It's good for a workout or if you like learning about the culture but not effective what so ever in real life.
07-29-2005, 08:23 PM #5Originally Posted by yannick32
07-30-2005, 07:16 AM #6
Horse stand is shotokan not kyu kushin, sorry who won the last k-1 event a kyo kushin fighter.
Kyo kushin is full contact karate not point system like sissi shotokan, kyo allows leg kick and reflects a lot of what you see in stand up street fight.
Kyo kushin adapts there is boxing techics, and much more.
In 1987 i did 1 year of kyo kushin then got into tae kwon do, I was used to get hit with no protection to the chest, thigh and stomach a lot, in tae kwon do fighting was really easy.
Kyo Kushin is the best karate out there. I never saw anyone fighting with the horse stance, thoses are only to strenghten the body.
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