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Greetings & welcome to “Making the Connection Martial Arts Radio Talk Show”. Governing one’s own behavior is a central concept  in many cultures, and especially in the martial arts. The root Japanese character, shu (or osa), means to conduct one’s self well, or to govern one’s behavior. It can also mean to order one’s life, or to study and master a subject. In combination with various second characters it makes important two-character words along these same lines, for example Shushi (Master of Arts), shugyo (training, practice, discipline, pursuit of knowledge), shushin (morals, ethics), shukai (personal reformation), shuren (drilling, practicing, training) and shutoku (learning). In the martial arts, however, shu refers to the etiquette of the martial way. Proper dojo etiquette is one of the essential aspects of martial arts training. Etiquette is the way of showing respect to fellow students, to the dojo, to the Chief Instructor, and to all of those throughout martial arts history whose dedication and skills have come down to us as the art we now study. And yet, demonstrating proper etiquette is really for ourselves, a small symbol of our efforts at self-mastery and our pride in being an active participant in something as fascinating and enjoyable as the world of martial arts. Please join Soke Haisan Kaleak & Farouk Shihan this Friday for another intriguing martial arts conversation. Osu!!!
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Soke Haisan Kaleak is a dedicated Marital Artist and understands the value of the quote " each one teach one." He not only understands it but lives it. Soke also holds a ninth (9th) degree in the Eye-to-Eye system of Sanuces Ryu Jiu-Jitsu and a sixth (6th) degree in the street survival art of Kumite Ryu and a fifth (5th) degree in Shotokan Karate. In 1974, Soke Kaleak along with Soke Papasan Canty and Soke Steve Alston created the System of Kuroshi-Do. This system ingeniously combines Kyokushinkai-Kan, Shotokan Karate-Do, Moo Duk Kwan, Judo and Aikijiujitsu into one fighting style, enabling students to receive the best of the five styles in each training session. Soke teaches the youth of Brownsville and East New York. He also teaches at the Jackie Robinson Cultural Center in Bedford Styversant. He taught extensively at the P.A.L. (Police Athletic League) beginning at the Howard Houses. He continues to serve P.A.L. with Shiryo-do, Warriors Domain the name of his second school cited by Mayor David Dinkin's Athletic Program for Physical Fitness. His newest school, Simba-Kai, is an independent venture started for the Fairfield Tenant Association. Soke's program repertoire includes Fighting Rhythm Beats, demonstration of various Martial Arts; Honor and Glory Martial Arts Classics, which brings the best competitors on the East Coast together, W.A.V.E. (Woman Against Violent Environment), which teaches busy career women street smart self defense. He has also developed an internship program which allows college students the opportunity to gain business experience by working with Soke's administrative staff.    
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Soke Haisan Kaleak is a dedicated Marital Artist and understands the value of the quote " each one teach one." He not only understands it but lives it. Soke also holds a ninth (9th) degree in the Eye-to-Eye system of Sanuces Ryu Jiu-Jitsu and a sixth (6th) degree in the street survival art of Kumite Ryu and a fifth (5th) degree in Shotokan Karate.
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