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Commander Koichi Tohei of Japan’s Imperial Army, Founder of Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido, and Founder of KI NO Kenkyukai. Certified Joseph Dodaro to Sandan third degree black belt in KI Aikido / Aiki-Jujutsu July 24, 1987, Shoden fourth advanced level of KI Development August 25, 1986, and Associate Lecturer September 16, 1995.

Zen Priest Shihan Fumio Toyoda Uchideshi under Doshu Kisshomaru Ueshiba Aikikiai Hombu Dojo Japan certified Joseph Dodaro to Yodan Sensei in Aikido / Aiki-Jujutsu May 18, 1998 Sensei Dodaro is internationally register at Aikikai Hombu Dojo Japan.

Jujutsu was created in 1532 and was founded by Takenouchi Hisamori, a Military tactician and lord from Mimasaka Province.

Takenouchi combined various Japanese martial arts which were used on the battlefield for close combat in situations where weapons were ineffective. Jujutsu developed among the samurai of feudal Japan as a method for defeating an armed and armored opponent in which one uses no weapon, or only a short weapon. Striking against an armored opponent proved ineffective. Japanese Soldiers quickly realized the effectiveness of China’s Qinna that quickly struck the arm paralyzing it. Next placed explosive pressurized force on the enemy’s arms to prevent them from attacking, as the second arm snaked up the chest to the throat either controlling the carotid arteries or instantly crushing the throat. If the throat is protected by armor, palms will twist or snap the neck.

China’s and Japan’s Military Arts System never use punches, blocks, kicks, ground fighting, two-handed chokes, and control techniques on the battlefield.

Martial arts that use muscular tension, causes fatigue, that allows muscle fibers to stiffen. This greatly reduces nourishment to insufficient level by stagnating the circulation of blood and lymph. When the hand clenches a fist, circulation stops in the hand as pressure is returning to the heart that places a tremendous stress on the heart. Multiple punches thrown consistently over time has caused severe heart attacks with famous martial artists. Tension causes contraction of the heart that if struck can be fatal especially if right and left fists are simultaneously thrown. FBI statistics 85% of law enforcement officers that threw a punch or kick in a confrontation resulted in breakage to themselves. Hands have many small bones and joints with little bone marrow that collapses easily.

Punching places tremendous pressure on the shoulder, elbow, wrist and finger joints that can damage range of motion, tendons, ligaments, fascia, and nerves. Tension continues as the head and neck are jolted from the hard fast punches that can damage the vertebrae also. Professional boxers tightly tape their hands, use padded gloves keeping hands open preventing any severe tension, and yet have broke their hands fighting outside of the ring with bare hands.

Qinna demands the soldier train in various Chinese animal systems to maneuver quickly especially if the enemy is executing weapons. Quick pressurized force devastating strikes can quickly break the enemy’s arms with a double hand surge that can shock the enemies dynamic biological life force system even through heavy armor.

This explosive transformation of destroying force energies is developed as Jing energy enters from the bottom of the feet and Shen enters from the forehead to transform creating Chen pressurized force strike. Aikido was developed from Aiki-Jujustu and the Chinese system of Baguazhang a circular eight directional assault pattern. Movement in eight directional patterns is effective for multiple attackers, Samurai sword attack, Jo short staff attack, and tanto knife attack. Aiki-Jujutsu and Aikido execute open hand retention against these weapons or quickly apply pressurized force to the enemies attacking forearm to kill instantly with strike to the head.

Swordsmanship, spearmanship, tanto knife, short staff, multiple attackers, Kiatsu, KI Development, Zen Meditation, KI Breathing, Explosive Take-downs to constrictions, knife, sword, staff retention, and weapon against weapon advances Aiki-Jujutsu and Aikido beyond Jujutsu.

Aikido is practiced internationally and has hundreds of thousands of adherents. Sensei Dodaro began training in Jujutsu and judo at age 7, became a Disciple for Shihan Fumio Toyoda over 27 years with 40,000 hours on the mats,
trained with Commander Koichi Tohei at bimonthly seminars and several high-ranking Japanese Masters. He was the only American to sit at the dinner table with these honorable Masters year-to-year and received specialized training from them. Seminars were open on the weekends to the public with large demonstrations to intrigue new students to sign up. Japanese Masters would stay at the dojo additional weeks to train Yudansha’s (black belts) in the new developments of the system and advanced them in ranking.

Aiki-Jujutsu and Aikido have Chinese influence developed from Baguazhang fast circular attack that explodes engaging in the assault. Forearms stay close to the chest protecting the internal organs as they crush through the enemy’s defense with a fast kill.

Once contact is made the enemy is locked in as pressurized force is placed on the legs in one direction with
the soldiers legs, the upper torso in a pressure in the opposite direction, as the head same direction as the legs
preventing the attacker to counterattack or escape. Soldiers execute this pressurized force to crush the enemy into the ground maintaining control as deadly force was applied, or for law enforcement, the enemy is placed in constrictions and apply restraints. Soldiers execute internal devastating force strikes in vital areas to render the enemy faint as he applies tremendous pressurized force with minimum effort in opposite directions. The enemy becomes unconscious before hitting the ground. Soldiers maintain pressurized controlled forced to the ground eliminating ground fighting.

China and Japan’s Police Forces executes Qinna to control criminals, quickly force them into Cobra constrictions, and then apply restraints.

Qinna is the foundation for Japanese Military Arts styles of Aikido, Aiki-Jujutsu, and Jujutsu. Assassins execute Chen QI energy pressurized force strikes to severely injure the enemy, then quickly apply Qinna to constrict, preventing escape when capturing is the alternative especially for Law Enforcement. Shaolin Qinna is applied briefly to the enemy’s arms as Cobra’s deadly claw quickly snakes up the chest undetected to the carotid arteries, jugular veins, and bundles of nerves. Hidden under the enemy’s chin fingers collapsed the carotid arteries inflicting the deadly venom into the bloodstream traveling through meridian deadly pathways instantly. Qinna is extremely effective in weapon retention, against multiple attackers armed or unarmed and instantly reverse any grab to the assassin. Maneuvers assault rapidly in deadly circular patterns using the enemy to shield them making it difficult for other attackers to reach them. Assassins aggressively assault multiple enemies quickly with exploding palms to vital areas as the head for quick kills.

Grand Master Joseph Dodaro privately trained 20 years over 20,000 hours with Commander Hsu, 11,000 hours close to 20 years with Doctor Zhang, 40,000 hours in group classes and 7,000 in private training with Shihan Fumio Toyoda over 27 years.

The vast amounts of extensive comprehensive methodology education is astronomical. Grand Master Dodaro grew up in
Chicago’s Little Italy next to downtown in the shadows of Al Capone’s armies in the early 50s. At age 7 began training in Jujutsu and Judo at the YMCA. By the age of 14 training daily after school with Grand Master Keith See of Hawaii Kempo, Chinese Grand Masters from Chinatown and their Disciples. Chinese Grand Masters were hired by Italian business executives to train their bodyguards, families, in deadly force, and preserve the health of the godfathers. Joseph began intensive daily training at age 15 on a work program attending only four hours of school.

Shaolin Warrior Monk James Lee was extremely impressed with Joseph’s education and overwhelmed he enter Commander Hsu, and Zen Priest Fumio Toyoda’s Disciple programs as they just arrived in Chicago.

Warrior Monk Lee accepted Joseph to become his Disciple continually training in his secretive family clan system Shaolin Quan-Fa for 20 years to become a Master. Lee demanded Joseph advance to Master with Command Hsu, become a Sensei of Aikido and Aiki-jujutsu, then Lee would certify him to master of his secretive family clan’s Quan-Fa. On January 1, 1995, Master Joseph Dodaro became the first non-Chinese Master to keep this tradition alive secretly, and reserved for professional Military and Government agencies.

Commander Koichi Tohei of Japan’s Imperial Army, Founder of Shin Shin Toitsu Aikido, and Founder of KI NO Kenkyukai. Certified Joseph Dodaro

Shoden fourth advanced level of KI Development (generate Internal energy force to execute pressurized exploding force) Shen Psyche Meditation August 25, 1986, and Associate Lecturer September 16, 1995. Master level of Kiatsu Meridian Energy Channels execute Acupuncture energy field points for combat and health. Commander Tohei came to Chicago for bimonthly seminars from Japan specializing in KI pressurized energy force strikes in Aiki-Jujutsu similar to Chen QI pressurize energy force exploding strikes at a basic level but extremely effective. Chinese traditional systems execute combat energy conditioning over 7,000 years as Aikido was developed in 1945 and an excellent system. KI development testing was created by Commander Tohei that is ingenious using physical pressurized force to understand spiritual energy forces. Sensei Dodaro was the only American permitted to have dinner with Commander Tohei, Zen Priest Toyoda, and seven of his closest disciples each time they arrived in Chicago for seminars.

Zen Priest Shihan Fumio Toyoda Uchideshi under Doshu Kisshomaru Ueshiba Aikikiai Hombu Dojo Japan certified

Joseph Dodaro Sensei to Yodan in Aikido / Aiki-Jujutsu May 18, 1998 Private training in Japanese Military Police Traditional Aiki-Jujutsu and Aikido, Qinna joint locks, quick takedowns constrictions, and Tanto knife combat. Sensei Dodaro is internationally registered at Aikikiai Hombu Dojo Japan. Sensei Dodaro trained a group of his Italian corporate executive’s children in the aikido classes for several years and trained all the classes when Shihan Toyoda would teach seminars internationally. After the last class each evening Shihan Toyoda gave his Disciple Joseph Dodaro a private training session in Aiki-Jujutsu as the dojo was changing to Aikido because of the amount of injuries from the explosive takedowns. The disciple began classes at 4pm to 10pm private session to 11pm weekdays as Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays he came directly from Commander Hsu’s sessions. The Disciple created incredible energies as he trained several hours a day since 14 years old and had a strong intuition that these magnificence teachers would return to their own countries as he vowed to accomplish his teaching degrees. Aiki-Jujutsu and Aikido gavethe Disciple tremendous amount of hours of excruciating combat training with high rank Japanese Masters.

Chicago streets were ruled by gangs and professional gangsters as self protection and earning a reputation was vital to survive.

Joseph escalated in this brutal combat conditioning system that executed explosive palms to cancel an attacker instantly. At age 20 receives his first advanced level in Hawaii Kempo and hired as a Disciple who assisted in training. He was placed in charge of teaching specialized body protection professionals and neighborhood children over the next 2 decades. He brought many of the children to Shihan Fumio Toyoda to train in Aiki-Jujutsu and Aikido in classes he taught at the dojo. Italian executives were overwhelmed with the disciples dedication and they cover all expenses of his education that eventually would cost $2.5 million over 47 years.

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