Inhalar y avanzar en gedan no kamae. Ai gedan — no se cruzan las espadas en gedan. Gritar IAA! No es harai, no es uchi otoshi. Es ai chudan. Retroceder otro paso ante el kurai-zume del shitachi y hacer otro arco por debajo de la katana del shitachi lo suficiente para pasar y desviar la espada contraria hacia nuestra izquierda filo ligeramente hacia la izquierda.
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Motodachi opens the kote by elevating the tip of the bokuto and exposing the right wrist. Motodachi takes one step backward and shifts the bokuto to the right as Kakarite moves forward for the Shomen attack. Kakarite takes three steps back after completion of the strike sequence. When performing the movement to practice Sandan no Waza, e. Both practitioners assume kamae at the yokote-kosa interval, perform toki-kata and then take five reward steps to the tachiai position.
At the tachiai position, the bokuto are elevated to chudan-no-kame. The second kihon is thus complete and the practitioners are ready to start the third kihon exercise. After executing the strike, Kakarite takes two steps back. Both practitioners perform toki-kata and retreat to the tachiai position.
Key Points: a. The harai and the kaburi raising of the bokuto overhead are executed in a single upward motion. The entire process from the harai waza to the completion of the Men strike must be executed as a single movement of the bokuto, arms, legs, and body.
Kihon Kendo Kata
The first time I was introduced to it was in or ? The seminar was taught by 5 hachidan and the participants had to be at least godan exceptions where made for school teachers lower than this. I also recently received direct instruction on the method by a sensei who had recently attended a hachidan-only seminar where this was taught. I will leave my personal comments to the end. Bokuto ni yoru kihon waza keiko ho 1.
Bokuto Ni Yoru Kendo Kihon Waza Keiko Ho
If he creates the relationship, I am under his control. According to Takano Sasaburo Sensei, the Shitachi is the main character and the Uchitachi is the supporting character. Most of the foot work in present day Kendo is stamping, jumping, kicking, etc. All in smooth Ayumi-ashi or Tsugi-ashi without any abrupt exciting movements. However, because this is a predetermined form of Kata, and the Uchitachi is the leader, the Uchitachi must have compassion towards the Shitachi as though saying "Are you ready for the next move?