Honshitsu Budo; Jujitsu
Honshitsu Budo Jiu-Jitsu (HBJJ) is a blend of Japanese Jujitsu, Shooto, and Judo. It looks a lot like Brazilian Jiu jitsu. HBJJ contains Both weapons and empty hand training. The first few kyu (levels) of the training is Gendai Jujitsu or modern, while the later kyu (levels) are oriented towards weapons and is more traditional Nihon Koryu Jujitsu. HBJJ incorporates the essence of combat. Because combat encompasses all the ranges of fighting so does HBJJ. The concept is to become experts of all of the basic ranges of combat. HBJJ accomplishes this through simplicity. In trying to capture the essence of the ranges of combat it is necessary to keep the techniques simple so a student can master the teachings and use them with the utmost efficiency. It is designed to use the opponent's force against him, thus a minimum of strength is required for maximum effectiveness. This, along with a very low injury rate, makes Honshitsu Budo ju-jitsu ideal as a sustainable art of self-defense for people over the course of a lifetime. We have Gi and no Gi Jiu Jitsu classes.
CMMA Systems is not a particular gym, or a group of buildings, or even a Club, CMMA systems are the people who train in it. We are a group of individuals dedicate to train in an alive manner. It is made up of the most talented, intelligent, honest, functional Martial Artists and Coaches you will ever meet Although CMMA systems places a large emphasis on the beautiful, practical and gentle art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, it is not a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu system
CMMA systems does place a large emphasis on the stand up fighting arts of Boxing, Muay Thai, Savate and other kick Boxing Arts. MMA also places a large emphasis on the much neglected skills of Clinch fighting. It also includes, takedowns, throws and Positional Domination which are drawn from Greco Roman wrestling, Freestyle Wrestling and Brazilian Jui Jitsu. CMMA systems are not a Fight Club. It’s about people, and our goal is to offer the cutting edge in self defense, combat, fitness and personal growth to every one. CMMA systems is for every-body
Tribe-K Aikido and Aiki Budo
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Filipino Martial Arts-FMA Kali, Eskrima, and Arnis
FMA are based on the use of the Bolo (sword) and the Dagger. Although you usually see Kali , Eskrima or Arnis practiced with rattan sticks, be sure that true FMA is concerned with combat with edged weapons. The first weapon taught in Kali is the single stick, which also teaches the basics for the Bolo (sword). Later, double stick, double Bolo, stick and dagger, Bolo and dagger, double dagger, single dagger, and empty hand techniques are learned, followed by long weapons ,flexible weapons and projectile weapons in that order.
FMA uses the principle of grouping similar motions. This means that if a technique works when someone is swinging a bat at you, it will work when someone is punching or grabbing at you. It also means that a stick technique can be used if you have a knife, a rock, an ink pen, or just your empty hands.
FMA does not rely on strength. Since it is a weapon based art like Aikido is, you don't need strength to use the filipino martial arts for self defense. Distance, timing, and correct angles are what make the techniques effective, whether you use the weapon or not. Too put it frankly, there is no such thing as someone being stronger than you when they have had their hands or knees shattered with a stick or a book.
FMA are a complete Martial Art. FMA practice allows you to use anything as a weapon when you understand the principles. FMA also has a complete empty hand art which includes boxing, kicking, throwing, locking, grappling, and ground fighting. The empty hand in FMA is extremely combative since it always assumes the presence of weapons.
Taking the lessons Sensei's Israel Cruz and Sean Hurst learned through combat overseas in an eliete military unit and securing the home front, Sensei Autrelle's experience as a bouncer. Sensei Cruz's Law enforcement experience with the N.Y.P.D. and Sensei Sean's experience in Loss prevention/Asset protection, we've developed a system that will take standard combatives training to the next level.
At Tribe-K we are experienced working and teaching in different environments as well as with different rules of engagement. We understand different Law enforcement and military units require different training and adapt our curriculum to fit. We also develop a system that is sustainable after your instructors have finished the training course. We can also adapt the training to incorporate techniques into a current physical training program. This training program is only available to U.S. Military and Law enforcement.
Tribe-k Affiliated Schools may also Teach other Martial arts such as but not limited to;
Jeet Kune Do Concepts
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu