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Would anyone like to ask questions of martial arts, self defense or self defense

  1. ronin1 profile image54
    ronin1posted 8 years ago

    Would anyone like to ask questions of martial arts, self defense or self defense products?

    I would like to ask people to contact me at crimeinformation@gmail.com with any questions pertaining to martial arts, self defense or self defense products and I'll be happy to write an article at htttp://www.crime-information.com   Please feel free to make comments or suggestions as well!

  2. Clugston profile image54
    Clugstonposted 8 years ago

    Really?

    What's your real world experience?

  3. ronin1 profile image54
    ronin1posted 8 years ago

    Hi Clugston,

    I have over 36 yrs. of active training and teaching Okinawan Karate, Yang Tai Chi Chuan, and Eskrima. I served in the USMC, and have also worked in law enforcement, undercover airport security, and as a personal bodyguard.

    I have many students from 5th Dan to 3rd Dan.  They use our core Shorin Ryu and add bits n pieces of: Eskrima, Brazilian JJ, Muay Thai and whatever they desire to their arsenals.

    I was taught to be open minded and I teach others to be that way as well. I come from the San Bernardino CA lineage of Shorin Ryu karate as taught by Willis & Michael Gneck and George Torbett.

    I currently study and teach Taijiquan and am ranked in Shorin Ryu by William C. Duncan who currently resides in North Carolina.

    I have fought full contact before their was safety gear invented and in the streets as well, many times.

    At 60 yrs old now, I try to refer the "light work" to my students..lol

    Regards,
    Chuck
    (AKA ronin1)

  4. cjty profile image52
    cjtyposted 8 years ago

    I just wrote a hub about children safey.  Is there any basics that I would be able to teach a 7 year old girl?

 
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