The Ultimate Self Defense

 Grandmaster Doug Dwyer 

From the Grandmaster…

     "My involvement in the Martial Arts has spanned more than fifty-five years. During that time I have been privileged to train with and learn from many highly skilled Martial Artists.
      Beginning in 1954, I joined a Judo class taught by Art Broadbent (Sandan) and ten months later, enlisted in the United States Coast Guard. My training continued in Boxing and Judo. After being Honorably Discharged, I trained under Charles Gruzanski (Shodan) in Judo and Karate and was promoted to Rokyu in Kyokushinkai Style of Karate.
It was there that I met John Keehan. We became fast friends and studied and trained together. Seeking a deeper understanding of the Discipline and determined to acquire more advanced training, in 1962 we traveled to Arizona to study with Master Robert Trias.
      He was a 7th Degree Black Belt at that time and proficient in Shorei-Goju, Kempo, and Shotokan Karate. The training was intense, and after six months we learned several formal katas, Taezu Naru Waza techniques (speed forms), knife and club defense, open hand fighting and defenses against multiple attackers.
      Then, following this mind-opening experience, it was back to Chicago where I continued my quest for Black Belt, which I earned in 1963. It was during this time that I began teaching, continued my own education in the Arts and received the rank of Rokyudan in 1970. It has taken years to perfect the finer points of heavy breaking, the use of Asian weapons, and perform the formal katas, train other Black Belts and hold the rank of Judan.
      The following form, Monkey Dance #1, is considered one of the ultimate self-defense forms in the Martial Arts. It is specifically intended for high ranking and skilled practitioners and must be practiced hundreds of times to be executed with fluidity, strength, and precision."

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