Mushinoto Ryu Jujutsu
Mushinoto Ryu Jujutsu is a modern American system of Japanese Jujutsu, combining several Martial Art forms and traditional Japanese training methods. In the dojo we practice karate style blocking and sticking, and slowly incorporate pressure point, throws, weapons, and locking techniques. I started practicing this style on August 2012 and currently hold a brown belt. Throughout my time at FIT I attended two hour long classes five times per week. During practice we focus on building both mental and physical strength, therefore we work to perfect the most basic moves in order to be able to preform the more advanced techniques.
Tae Kwon Do
Tae Kwon Do is a martial art developed in South Korea during the 1940s; it focuses mainly on kicking techniques and incorporates elements of Karate and Chinese Martial Arts. I started practicing Tae Kwon Do in early 2010, I advanced quickly through the ranks but unfortunately I had to pause my training when I moved to Florida to attend FIT. I joined the Mushinoto Ryu Jujutsu Dojo as soon as I started attending FIT to continue my martial arts training.