DZR a good substitute for Judo?
I haven't been able to consistently train judo since april (moved away from my school after graduation). There's a danzan ryu/aikido school about 5 minutes away from me that I thought about trying out. I haven't visited the school during class time, but i may within the next week.
Would DZR (in terms of throwing practice) be a good substitute for Judo training? I just don't want my throwing ability to regress, and we don't practice many throws at my bjj school. they have specific days for dzr and aikido, so i intend to just attend the dzr days.
looking forward to the replies, f12
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