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Oryon Newbie 1 posts
Hey, everyone.
I've been a lurker here for a few years and figured it was about time I started contributing ;)

Abit of background on myself, I've been into MA since I was 7, eventually incorporating aspects of wrestling, karate, some TJJ, street (I never found a style that I really took a liking to until a few years ago) and I reside in Canada.

Soon I'll be getting back into things having settled on Jujitsu as the style that appealed most to me.

I have a question though, since there is a TJJ and a BJJ dojo in town, which one would be best and why? (I know there are a vast number of differing opinions on that subject and I welcome your input)

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Ross Regular 100 posts
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nTm Newbie 11 posts
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steve Resident 217 posts

From your background of 'Okinowan' tradition I summise you probably blend both Japanese sanchin aspects of training/breathing method (nogare & ibuki) and Chinese meditative training/breathing method (Tai chi / nei chi).

This would explain your understanding of my comments in the thread about chi. Welcome to the forum. "Its not the size of the dog in the fight, its the size of the fight in the dog"
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nTm Newbie 11 posts
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