WJJC GREECE - Texnes Amynas October 24, 2017: Jujitsu Seminar with Shodai Soke Adriano Busa Founder of World Jujitsu Corporation in Greece.
In Athens on October 7, 2017, a jujitsu seminar was held with Shodai Soke Adriano Busa, founder of World Jujitsu Corporation in Shihan Keyvan Ghazi Yamada Kan dojo.
In the framework of the seminar, black beltsand the corresponding grades were awarded to: Bambali Panagiotis (3rd DAN) and the title of Technical Director of WJJC in Greece, Buratoglou Philip (1 DAN), Kostantino Lourda (1 DAN). It was attended by a large number of students from the General, Yamada Kan and Mind and Power schools, as well as other styles or without any previous contact with the martial arts.
All trainees were satisfied and impressed by the realism and effectiveness of the techniques taught. In the end, group photos were taken and the appointment was renewed for the next World Jujitsu Corporation Greece Seminar at the 3rd Hellenic Conference on Self-Defense of the Poet on 11-12 November at the headquarters of the Federation.
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Adriano Busà, founder and technical director of World Ju-Jitsu Corporation (WJJC) in ANS SAS – Special training service
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You are founder and technical director of World Ju-Jitsu Corporation. Could you tell us something more about yours professional path in the field of martial arts?
I’ve spent over 35 years in the martial arts. I began with Judo when I was a child in 1981. After some years and some regional competitions I gave up as I was not totally satisfied with that discipline. I was a blue belt in Judo and decided to practice something I thought would be fit for my nature. As a teenager I began attending a well-known boxing school in my town. After a very intense training time, I realized once more it was not exactly what would satisfy my needs. I begun a research among the martial arts of that time and tried many of them until 1991, when in the gym I attended, I watched a lesson of Ju-Jitsu and I realized at once it was what I had been looking for.