Read “Best Kendo Waza Illustrated Guide to Kendo Techniques” by David Aguero with Rakuten Kobo. An illustrated guide of kendo techniques book filled with. I Waza (Evading Technique) In nuki waza you evade your opponent’s strike and, The best suriage waza is done by using the natural curvature of the shinogi. I touched on this in an earlier broader post on oji waza, but there (If this is not possible, then a good alternative kihon drill is to make your.

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Following are the techniques that are classified under Shikake Waza or offensive form of Kendo – Oji Waza.

See if you have enough points for this item. I think that this is overkill and requires too much right hand pressure. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori.

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You can avoid a cut to your men or kote by lifting your arms up kata No. Hiki waza – This technique is based on the assumption that the opponent would lose balance and also control of his shinai if attacked suddenly, thus giving the other ample opportunity to execute a well calculated strike. Most kendoka have had the experience when making a well-timed dou strike, of hearing the dull crunch of shinai against muscle and bone instead of the expected crack of bamboo against lacquer, or Yamato material.

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What wzaa fail to take into account is that the other party will more often than not, automatically move out of the way after being hit. When you have two or 3 hours to fill, you need to bring in more variety and exercises that offer a change of pace.


The logic of this baffles me. In either case it is a waste of time and effort as neither is classed as yuko datotsu. Mikazuki Jujitsu Bext Learn Jujitsu. In drills like this it is important for both motodachi and kakarite to approach each technique with total commitment and not anticipate the others movement, otherwise you are in danger of producing the counter attack before the attack.

Agnes Pauli added it Jun 28, The Road to Farringale Modern Magick, 1. This second approach is referred to in kendo as hikidashi drawing out. The Kendo practitioner takes advantage of such a situation by moving into the ‘suki’, meaning break or gap, and making a strike.

Kendo Techniques Guide

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Would you like us to take another look at this review? In hiki waza, you strike hiki-men, hiki-kote or hiki-do from tsubazeri-ai. Dropping the point can encourage an attack to men or kote which gives the opportunity for debana or oji waza, but be aware that your tsuki is also exposed and that you become a target for uchiotoshi men.

An besh example of this technique is kote-men wherein the first step entails moving in through a rhythm of correct strikes and the second step calls for assuming a posture that would momentarily throw the opponent off-guard and create a suki for moving in.

Ernesto J Grasso is currently reading it Apr 27, To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Awza Off the Boat. The way to avoid this is as with all successful oji waza, we should control the timing of his attack by maintaining and besy breaking pressure when we want him to move.


Kendo Techniques Guide

How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author’s style Explain the rating you gave Don’t Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot. Great Gift from Japan: From this exercise we moved on to hikibana men, pushing in to take centre and then following with a men strike as motodachi stepped back.

I am constantly surprised by the difficulty that many people have in striking dou correctly. If there is one instructor teaching a class of students then a structured session built on demonstration and repetition is likely to be the best way forward. When you raise the shinai to strike, the point goes up and forward rather than up and back. I also do from time to time come into contact with shorter opponents, so it is worth keeping in reserve for these rare occasions.

So if you block on omote you return the strike to ura and vice versa. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. There is debana waza in shikake waza.