jiu-jitsu classes will help you to get in shape as well as heighten oneís ability to defend him or herself.
In Dave Camarillo school of jiu-jitsu, you will learn to employ the opponent's force than using your own force to confront it.
The technique of jiu-jitsu focusses on a holistic approach of grappling. Guerilla
jiu-jitsu classes combine the techniques and concepts from brazilian
jiu-jitsu, judo, wrestling, and self-defense.
Guerilla jiu-jitsu is designed to equalize the size disparity of opponents, and in our
classes you will learn primarily a non-striking art that provides the practitioner the tools to defend him or herself against opponents of all sizes.
All men and women can benefit from learning
Duncan¬†started training in Chinese Kung Fu under Sam (Hing Fai) Chan in 1991 in the arts of Jow
Ga and Wing Chun. In 1996 he began training in Judo as well under the guidance of Hing (Kong) Chan and the Chi Yui¬†Judo Association. In 1996 Duncan traveled to Hong Kong and trained under Ip¬†Ching (son of Ip¬†Man) in Wing Chun and with the Chi Yui¬†Judo Association as well.
In 1999 he traveled to Mobile Alabama and trained with Shawn Liu, a 31st generation Shaolin¬†Monk who was running a training camp for the 1999 USA Sanshou¬†Team. Duncan has trained with the US Team, and so began his journey on the road to kickboxing.
In 2003 he was awarded a Black Belt in Judo, representing the Chi Yui¬†Judo Assocation¬†(Hong Kong) and earned a spot on the USA Sanshou¬†team as an alternate. In 2003 he fought on a USA vs China card in China under the coaching of Shawn Liu. After the competition was over, he was able to train with the Chinese team/coaches and visit, as well as train at the Shaolin¬†Temple. Shortly thereafter he created the Michigan Sanshou¬†Team based out of Chans Kung Fu School in Grand Rapids Michigan competing all over the United States.
In late 2004 he moved to California and began training under Cung¬†Le and Rudi¬†Ott full time in Sanshou¬†and Muay¬†Thai. In 2005 he earned a spot on the USA Sanshou¬†Team and fought in Hanoi Vietnam at the 2005 Sanshou World Championships, losing only to China, who went on to win his weight class consisting of 29 competitors.
Alternate Member 2003 USA Sanshou Team (Macau China)
2003 Iron Tiger challenge tournament champion
2004 Born to Fight Superfight Champion
2005 Born to Fight Superfight champion
Member 2005 USA Sanshou Team (Hanoi Vietnam)
IKF¬†#1 ranked Super Lighweight¬†fighter (Sanshou)
Judo Black Belt
Wing Chun Instructor (certified under Sam Chan/Ip Ching)