Friday, 6 March 2009

Roy Dean Martial Arts

Roy Dean runs a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Academy located in Bend, Oregon, USA. Apart from being an expert in BJJ, Roy also holds black belts in Judo, Aikido and Seibukan Jujutsu and all of the experience he has attained in his martial arts studies is evident in his videos.

If you have not already checked out Roy Deans website, I urge you to do so. On it you will find his blog, in which he posts videos regarding competitions, his students grading, plenty of rolling and more.

Below are just couple of videos of his which you may find interesting.


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michael said...

Thanks for the pointer to the Roy Dean website, awesome test video, very inspiring!

Anonymous said...

Great video, way better than the goshin-jutsu. This guy is good and clearly knows what he’s doing: both in traditional ju-jutsu and BJJ. Smooth, quick and dynamic movement, executed with absolute confidence… this guy is a master. I do have questions regarding the sword-disarms though: I know this is a very traditional (and most intriguing) element and not really applicable on the street but still: if you execute those techniques half of the time you’ll be grabbing the blade instead of the hand/wrist. If he’s an experienced swordsman you’ve got no chance in hell to disarm him, the best (and most likely only way) to escape certain death is by rolling from the slashes and then running like hell. If you can throw something at him (like a shuriken or some heavy object) you might have a chance to actually close the distance but that’s about it. Ah well, this is only a minor point and it’s great he still honours tradition… empty-hand against sword is about the single most difficult skill in the martial-arts and in reality it would be virtually impossible against all but the most inexperienced swordsman.

Thanks for the tip, Marks.


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