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ARLINGTON, VA SEMINAR, 110318
Although this seminar is very practical in terms of techniques taught, it also spends some time dealing with the “commonality” of techniques, or the unification of what appear to be different techniques into a single technique concept and movement. The “Household Items” segment emphasizes the application of the “empty hand” concept of traditional jujitsu to common household items. In other words, if one has a good understanding of the “empty-hand” concept, almost any kitchen or household item can become an extension of your hand and thus compose an effective jujitsu technique. The only downside to the Household Items segment is that there is no audio due to technical difficulties. However, if you watch the video you should be able to learn the techniques anyway.
This 5-mp4 set totals a bit over 4.3gb of video covering the following topics:
Commonality of Techniques [994mb]
Handgun Defenses [2gb]
Defenses with Household Items [468mb]
Knife Defenses [1gb]
Rifle Defenses [852mb]
ARLINGTON, VA SEMINAR, 110417
This seminar by George Kirby, conducted at Sensei Thomas Salander’s Arlington, VA dojo covers the topics of how to train your uke, what you can do if partially disabled, and counters to common locks, holds, and throws. Although the sound quality leaves something to be desired at times, there is a lot of worthwhile information in this seminar. Each of the three mp4 files are about 36 minutes long and 2.8gb in size.
Part 1: Training Your Uke [How to be a better and more effective uke]
Part 2: You’re Disabled [Options on techniques if you’re partially disabled]
Part 3: Counters [Almost any technique can be countered]
SUMMER CAMP 2016
This Summer Camp 2016 video series will provide you with just over
7 hours of quality instruction provided by 6 sensei in 10 segments, from
the August 12-14, 2016 Budoshin Ju-Jitsu Summer Camp in Santa Clarita CA; each one it’s own mp4 file. This set has improved video quality which is why each file is bit larger [range is .4-3.6GB] Collectivly, all 10 MP4 video segments will take up almost 25GB, which can be downloaded and saved in almost any medium you choose: including your hard drive, dvd, thumb-stick, computer, pad, or even a smart-phone or your “cloud” storage.
Many thanks to Michael Langewisch [videographer] and Logan Clark [editing & titling] for their hard work to make this series possible.
Mp4 videos are listed alphabetically by instructor:
Kodokan Goshin Jitsu Kata
Koryu Aikido Knife Defenses
Multiple Technique Flow
The Art of Asserting
Gun and Knife Defenses
Control and Escort Techniques
Techniques in Tight Spaces
Basic Concepts of Midori Ryu Ju-Jitsu
Dealing with Multiple Attackers
SUMMER CAMP 2015
This Summer Camp 2015 video series will provide you with almost 7 hours of quality instruction provided by 5 sensei in 11 segments, from the August 14-16, 2015 Budoshin Ju-Jitsu Summer Camp in Santa Clarita CA; each one it’s own mp4 file. This set has improved video quality which is why each file is bit larger [range is .4-4.1GB] Collectivly, all 10 MP4 video segments will take up almost 27GB, which can be downloaded and saved in almost any medium you choose: including your hard drive, dvd, thumb-stick, computer, pad, or even a smart-phone or your “cloud” storage.
Many thanks to Michael Langewisch & Thomas Salander [videographers] and Thomas Salander [editing & titling] for their hard work to make this series possible.
Mp4 videos are listed alphabetically by instructor:
Peter Bell – 2d
Working the Brazilian Jujitsu Guard
David Bellman -10d
Applied Jujitsu Principles
George Kirby – 10d
Drag & Pull Defenses
Look Where You Are Going!
Something’s Afoot! [Footwork]
“You’re Disabled” Responses
Thomas Salander – 6d
Step In — Step Back
Harold Zeidman – 7d
Keys to Effective Jujutsu
SUMMER CAMP 2014
This Summer Camp 2014 video series will provide you with over 6 hours of quality instruction provided by 6 sensei in 11 segments, from the August 15-17, 2014 Budoshin Ju-Jitsu Summer Camp in Santa Clarita CA; each one it’s own mp4 file. This set has improved video quality, plus it is the first time the instructors used a wireless lapel mic., thus significatly improvidng the audio quality. Collectivly, all 11 MP4 video segments will take up slightly over 16GB, which can be downloaded and saved in almost any medium you choose: including your hard drive, dvd, thumb-stick, computer, pad, or even a smart-phone or your “cloud” storage.
Friday, Aug. 15
1: Look Where You’re Going – George Kirby ,10th dan
2: Multiple Assailant Defenses – Harold Zeidman, 7th dan
3: Introducing Ju-Shin – George Kirby, 10th dan
4: Completing the Circle – George Kirby, 10th dan
Saturday, Aug. 16
5: Gun Defenses – Barry Stebbins, 6th dan
6: Knife Defenses – George Kirby, 10th dan
7: Second Chances – Thomas Salander, 6th dan
8: Submission Transitions – George Kirby, 10th dan
Sunday, Aug. 17
9: Intermediate Concepts – Byron Davis, 3rd dan
10: Attacks from the Rear – George Kirby, 10th dan
11: Relaxing into Power – Iulian Badragan, 7th dan
INTERMEDIATE CONCEPTS – ARLINGTON, VA 110213
This seminar video, of the Arlington, VA YMCA Seminar will help you iron out potential problems with basic techniques as well as technique conflicts between the dojo and the street. Topics include hip throw positioning fixes, the upper-arm clamp, submissions on the street, drop throw fixes, getting behind the attacker [+ a variety of techniques] and the outer/inner sweeping hip throw. This video is 1hr 34 minutes long with a lot of detail.
SUMMER CAMP 2013
The Summer Camp 2013 video series, providing over 8 hours of instruction, is now available. Instruction for this year’s camp was provided by a number of BJJY instructors & covers a wide range of topics. This is also the first summer camp that will be available only as three downloadable mp4 files, thus assuring you quicker delivery and no shipping or handling charges [saving you a chunk of money].
Friday [Pt. 1]
Counter Assault Training, part 1 – George Kirby
Applied Theory – Tony Damigo
Pen [Koshi-No-Bo] Techniques – Matthew Gelaude
Budoshin Ju-Jitsu “big book” Fixes – George Kirby
Total time: 3hr, 24min, 32sec
Saturday [Pt. 2]
Technique Transitioning [Standing] – George Kirby
Whirlpool Concept in Technique Execution – Michael Langewisch
Counter Assault Training, part 2 – George Kirby
Shoulder Grab Defenses – Thomas Salander
Total time: 2hr, 59min, 43sec
Sunday [Pt. 3]
Submission Transitioning [Ground] – George Kirby
Learning Helps for New Students – Byron Davis
Total time: 1hr, 38min, 23sec
This video, originally produced around 2000, has been sitting on my shelf with no cost-effective way to reproduce it. However, converting it to a single mp4 file in 2013 makes it possible for this short video to clearly present 9 simple but effective cane techniques in under 3 minutes! All of the cane techniques are based upon a working understanding of the “empty-hand” concept. Watch this video [has no narration & doesn’t need any] to launch your proficiency in the use of a cane for self-defense purposes.
SUMMER CAMP 2012
This set provides almost 5 hours of solid instruction, tips and hints from some of Budoshin Ju-Jitsu’s top instructors.
Fixing “Big Book” Techniques [655-717 selects]- G. Kirby
Dealing with the Unexpected Attack – T. Salander
Multiply Your Force F actor- C. Hendricks
Recovery to Ready Position – G. Kirby
Nerve Technique [quicky] – G. Kirby
Multiple Attackers – M. Tucker
Mind Games & Distractions – M. Langewisch & B. Davis
Fixing “Big Book” Techniques [604-656 selects] – G. Kirby
Koshi Nage [Hip Throw] – M. Jordan
Fixing “Big Book” Techniques [657-836 select] – G. Kirby
SUMMER CAMP 2011
This set provides almost 7 hours of solid instruction, tips and hints from some of Budoshin Ju-Jitsu’s top instructors.
Flashlight Techniques — T. Damigo
Ki for the Western Mind — T. Salander
Fixing “Big Book“ Techniques, [#250-276] — G. Kirby
Science of Throwing, Part 1 — M. Jordan
What To Do When Things Head South — J. Wynn
Momentum & It’s Application in Ju-Jitsu — M. Tucker
Fixing “Big Book” Techniques, [#277-604 gap 300-599]—G. Kirby
Science of Throwing, Part 2—M. Jordan
Reaction Time Reduction Drills — G. Kirby
SUMMER CAMP 2010
This set provides almost 9 hours of solid instruction, tips and hints from some of Budoshin Ju-Jitsu’s top instructors.
Available Countermeasure Targets—G. Kirby
Chokes & Submissions, Part 1—C. Hendricks
Fixing “Big Book“ Techniques, #201-220—G. Kirby
Submission Counters & Reverses, Part 1—M. Jordan
Linear Attack-Circular Response & Vice Versa—M. Tucker
Developing the Inner Tiger—S. Castorena
Fixing “Big Book” Techniques #221-245—G. Kirby
Submission Counters & Reverses, Part 2—M. Jordan
Chokes & Submissions, Part 2—C. Hendricks
Whirlpool Throw—M. Langewisch
SUMMER CAMP 2009
This mp4 set provides over 7½ hours of solid instruction, tips and hints from some of Budoshin Ju-Jitsu’s top instructors: George Kirby – 10th dan, Mark Jordan – 6th dan, Marc Tucker – 5th dan, Chris Hendricks – 5th dan, and Tony Damigo – 3rd dan. This 3-dvd set includes lecture and practical demonstration information
Bow In & Introductions
Location, Location, Location—Rotation, Rotation, Rotation [George Kirby] [controlling your technique, your space & your attacker]
Extending the Technique Outward
Finer Points & Kneeling Examples
Multiple Technique Flow
Participant Examples & Feedback
Stealth Weapons of Ju-Jitsu
First-Aid Kit Essentials
Distance & Timing [Chris Hendricks]
Distance & Timing Q&A
Day #1 Closing Remarks
Bow In & Introductions
Saturday & Sunday Overview
Applying Empty Hand Techniques to Weapons [George Kirby]
Empty Hand Q&A
Nage Footwork: Ju-Jitsu vs. Judo [Marc Tucker]
Rapid Submission Groundwork [Mark Jordan]
Day #2 Closing Remarks
Rapid Ground Submissions [Mark Jordan]
Cane Techniques [Tony Damigo]
SUMMER CAMP 2008
This mp4 set provides almost 2 hours of solid instruction, tips and hints from Some of Budoshin Ju-Jitsu’s top instructors, This mp4 set includes lecture and practical demonstration information. The Nidan-Sandan kata, which were also presented at this camp are available separately after the Summer Camp 2007 set further below.
Part #1: Combined Deflections & Strikes with Marc Tucke
Focusing on the Boxer
Palm Strike Deflection to Rear Takedown
Block & High Punch to Shoulder Push Takedown
Block & Low Punch to Hip Throw
Downward Block & Hit for Kick
Block & Hit with One Hand
Making the Attacker Act Defensively with Mark Jordan
Forearm Drive for Lapel Grab
Footstomp Variation for Rear Bearhug
Outside Deflection to Elbow Whip & Roll
Hip push & Kneelock Takedown for Head Clinch
Wristlock/Shoulderlock Takedown for Hit
Body to Body Strikes & Shoulderlock
Hammer Strike with Drop Throw
Outside Rear Sweeping Throw for Sucker Punch
Knee Strike to Two-handed Shoulder Throw
Evasion Techniques with Stephen Castoren
Strategic Run-By with 3 Attackers
Forearm Release & Elbow Strike
Off-balancing the Nearest Attacker
Run Escape – Using Your Environment
Low Body Block for Chaser
Using Trash Cans as ObstaclesT
rapping Chaser & Wall Slam
Unbalancing & Foot Sweep for Chaser
Exit Route [Mark Jordan]
Part #2: Figure-4s Theory & Practice with George Kirby
Four Steps to Setting Up a Figure 4
Figure-4 Submission: Hip Thrust
Figure-4 Submission: Control Issues
Foot Under Shoulder Trap
Getting Rid of “Crotch Space” – Tight Setups
Fixing the Wristlock Lift
Submitting a Committed Attacker with Mark Jordan
Alternate Submission for basic Hand Throw
Ankle Lock Prior to Figure-4 Leglock
Releases, Counters & Counter-counters for above
Ankle Lock Variation
Elbow Roll Takedown to Armbar with Joint Locks
Figure-4 Shoulderlock for Rear Shoulder Grab
Knee Drop to Shoulderlock [Wristlock Alternative]
SUMMER CAMP 2007
This edited mp4 set provides just over 2 1/2 hours of solid instruction, tips and hints dealing with Maneuvering Strategies, Weapon Defenses, and Street Awareness techniques from Prof. George Kirby, 10th dan, Sensei Mark Jordan, 6th dan, and Sensei Marc Tucker, 5th dan. This dvd includes both lecture and practical demonstration information
SUMMER CAMP 2006
This mp4 set provides over 6 hours of solid instruction, tips, and hints from Prof. George Kirby, 10th dan, to make your ju-jitsu techniques far more effective with a lot less effort. If you missed the Budoshin Ju-Jitsu 2006 3-day training camp you need this mp4 set to supplement your training. If you were at the 2006 camp this mp4 set is a great review for you. The instruction concentrate on fine-tuning basic and advanced techniques, advanced training approaches, application of theory from Advanced Jujitsu [Prof. Kirby’s newest book], jutte and hanbo techniques, groundwork, and topical issues that arose during the camp.
Mp4 file summaries are below:
Part 1: Introduction & Orientation, Basic Kata: Fine Tuning, Advanced Techniques: Fine Tuning
Part 2: Advanced Techniques: Fine-Tuning [continued], Advanced Concepts, Advanced Concepts from Advanced Jujitsu book: Theory & Application
Part 3: Use of Force Orientation, Moderate Resistance in Practice, Value of Meditation/Mushin in the Martial Arts, Jutte Techniques, Hanbo Techniques
Part 4: Hanbo [part 2], Groundwork: Pins, Guard, Mount, Counters, Training Approaches [with assistance from Mark Jordan]
NIDAN & SANDAN KATA
This set contains the 21 kata required for the kata portion of the Nidan and Sandan exams in Budoshin Ju-Jitsu. These kata are from the 2007 Budoshin Ju-Jitsu Summer Camp and were recorded by Michael Langewisch in a seminar-type environment. This means there will be additional variations and subtleties presented. [Note: Kata proficiency is only one part of an evaluation for any black belt rank in Budoshin Ju-Jitsu.]
YODAN & GODAN KATA:
This mp4 set contains 19 kata [plus variations & side issues] required for the kata portion of the Yodan and Godan exams in Budoshin Ju-Jitsu. These kata are from the 2008 Budoshin Ju-Jitsu Summer Camp and were recorded by Michael Langewisch in a seminar-type environment. [Note: Kata proficiency is only one part of an evaluation for any black belt rank in Budoshin Ju-Jitsu.]
TWO 10th DAN SENSEI [Dye & Kirby] ON THE SAME MAT
Profs. David Dye and George Kirby came together in June, 2008, to conduct a 6-hour seminar resulting in this great package! Prof. Dye’s instruction cover the Practical Street Techniques of Shuyokan Ryu Aikijutsu and Kalhewalu Hawaiian Lua. Prof. Kirby covers Koshi-No-Bo [short stick/flashlight] Techniques. This cinematographer’s cut by Michael Langewisch is a great instructional resource as well as collector’s item.
QUICK TAKEDOWNS AND GUN DISARM SEMINAR © 2005.
A fast self-defense response is necessary on the street. This video compresses a 4-hour 2005 seminar down to 35-minutes of intense instructional guidance. In covering 7 quick takedowns that go into 12 different submissions, Prof. Kirby also shows how non-striking techniques can flow into a variety of submissions that have law-enforcement application, and common pitfalls to avoid. Sensei Marc Tucker combines his knowledge of Krav Maga with his extensive experience in Jujitsu to teach you three effective gun disarms in addition to explaining the theory, strategy and application of effective gun disarms. Recorded and edited by Marat Gelman.
NERVE TECHNIQUES SEMINAR – ©2001.
Nerve Techniques can be applied effectively in many ways to control and, if necessary, debilitate an attacker. This mp4 set, containing over three hours of edited instruction at Prof. Kirby’s Arlington [VA] YMCA seminar, provides significant detail on how to effectively use many techniques that appear in Kirby’s book: JUJITSU NERVE TECHNIQUES: The Invisible Weapon of Self Defense. Solid theory &application.
AJA WESTERN REGION 2010 FREESTYLE KATA TOURNAMENT
This video provides a excellent example of how an AJA freestyle kata tournament is conducted, from beginner division through Black Belt. For additional information please contact the AJA at www.americanjujitsuassociation.org .
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