Welcome to the Shu Ha Ri Do website. Although Shuhari is a Japanese word, Shu Ha Ri Do is influenced by Kung Fu, Muay Thai, Wrestling, Jeet Kune Do and other systems. My title is Sifu however, I could have just as easily been called Shihan. The word Shu Ha Ri describes the stages of learning all the way to mastery. It is sometimes referred to in other disciplines, as Go. Shuhari roughly translates to "to imitate, to create, to master". This site is all about martial arts techniques, inspiring quotes, safety, awareness, and uncommon knowledge regarding self mastery under the Kingdom of Heaven. Interested in training in Shu Ha Ri Do martial arts visit 17842 S Dixie Hwy 33157 Monday and Wednesday 4:30 to 7:00 pm or contact Sifu G. at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hello everyone, I am sure all of you can appreciate the video you are about to see. Especially if you are from the 80’s or to some degree the 90’s. This group appeared on “America’s Got Talent” and stunned the crowd and the judges. The flexibility and animated way in which these guys move is simply amazing! The martial arts vibe they present make their routine even cooler, definitely one of the best dance routines I have ever seen! Please share your thoughts.
Hello everyone, in my system Shu Ha Ri Do I teach all about weapons of opportunity. Well I came across something that impressed me. In the video below you will see a chop stick weaponized in very impressive way. Feel free to share your thoughts.
Greetings everyone, although most of this would not be that successful in a real fight, and should not be attempted at home, it is still incredibly impressive! The South Korean Taekwondo Team really put on a fabulous show in this video below.
Greetings everyone, although the “death touch” is the stuff of legend, it is based in truth and deals with a deep knowledge of the nerve centers (energy clusters) of the body. In this fictional scene Jean Claude Van Damme (as Frank Dux) demonstrates the “penetrating power” of the “death touch”. This is just a cool scene I decided to share. If you like martial arts and have not seen this movie, I consider it a must watch! It’s just one of those “cult classic” martial arts movies that everyone especially martial artists should see.
When it comes to greatness in anything, there is a thin line of separation. Finding that edge that will separate you from good to better is one thing. however, find the edge to greatness is very difficult and many don’t achieve it. In this video I appreciate George St. Pierre’s approach to finding that edge.
Such focus! Such intensity! Such control! Such dedication to discipline! No one can deny or minimize what such a foundation can do for children. Who will dare say that such training is not beneficial for their lives, just look at them!
Kung fu is one of the styles that influenced the creation of Shu Ha Ri Do. It is a big part of what I teach, and why I wear a Kung Fu uniform. To clarify, the reason you may see my students wear traditions gi’s is because my transition in the martial arts went from the hard styles of Karate to the soft styles of Kung Fu, to the creation of Shu Ha Ri Do. With that being said enjoy the video.
In this video a black belt in another style attempts three different brick breaks and fails at all of them. It is hilarious yet sad at the same time. I felt sorry for him, however, we must all be realistic, and put in the necessary work to master our craft. OSU!
MY ULTIMATE INSPIRATION IN THE MARTIAL ARTS. BRUCE LEE I LOVE HIM LIKE AN UNCLE I WAS TOLD BED-TIME STORES ABOUT BUT NEVER MET. In this video Bruce demonstrates his Kung Fu techniques which are just to fast to avoid.
This movie is a perfect blend of comedy and the realness of martial arts. The movie marks an iconic period of time, 1985! During this time period there were a lot of things happening. You will get that feeling and know exactly what I am talking about as soon as you press play. This scene with “The Glow” by Willie Hutch playing in the background gives me chills every time I see it.