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Sep
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awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
13
comment Was Goju-ryu developed specifically for use by the Japanese navy?
@MarkC.Wallace: And I believe you are correct :)
Sep
13
comment Was Goju-ryu developed specifically for use by the Japanese navy?
I know this reply is after a long time, but, I agree with your last sentence. Close combat, specially when not enough room
Jun
10
comment Was Goju-ryu developed specifically for use by the Japanese navy?
ya, invented to use on places with small space, ideal for boats. Built specially for Japan Navy. Thats what I really wanted to say
Jun
10
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Jun
10
comment Was Goju-ryu developed specifically for use by the Japanese navy?
to make this more sense, I changed the question title :)
Jun
10
revised Was Goju-ryu developed specifically for use by the Japanese navy?
edited title
Jun
10
comment Was Goju-ryu developed specifically for use by the Japanese navy?
I don't trust wikipedia on this Because my master is from one of best karate universities in Japan, and he is a very known student of the Grand master.. And my question is about the original history, why goju is born. Apart from that even though these 2 styles are some what same, there main deference is 50-50. Which means goju player only give the full power to arms/legs only when the opponent is about to get hit. But shotokan player is always with 100% power, which make them tired easier compared to goju.
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10
asked Was Goju-ryu developed specifically for use by the Japanese navy?