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However, Chapter 2, is focussed on tai sabaki and details some practice drills which I think are probably useful to us all. I was exposed to a bit of Wado training with Andy Daly in Bridgwater, and their pairwork was one of the things that impressed and interested me the most. Chapter 5 discusses and illustrates principles of kuzushi, taking your opponents balance, which does occur in Shotokan but not at these levels of subtlety. Brodie We have done this recently This is for beginners to 6th kyu and links the kata and kihon that we chnaged as well with kumite. Chapter 6 is about kyushu-jutsu — vital point striking kukite again not something we are routinely taught but is covered briefly in the early Funakoshi works. Tue Dec 18, 1: I would like to modify the syllabus, so that pre-arranged and free sparring are based on kata application, rather than stepping back five times and blocking before deciding to do a counter.

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Particularly, what you include at each grade. If I can work out how to use a video editing package I shall try and get some clips of stuff up!

PDF downloadable from [ Link ] The primary audience for this book is the Wado-Ryu stylist, for whom there is in fact very little out there in terms of published works. This is being rewritten up at the meoment and should be in a more useable form by the new year I hope. I would like to modify the syllabus, so that pre-arranged and free sparring are based on kata application, rather than stepping back five times and blocking before deciding to do a counter. Google [Bot] and 1 guest.

Page 1 of 2. You may well be right, which is a bit sad really. Brodie We have done this recently This is for beginners to 6th kyu and links the kata and kihon that we chnaged as well with kumite. Ace Karate Forum www. Users browsing this forum: You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot post attachments in this forum.

The actual kata themselves remind me of the flow-drills taught by Iain Abernethy, perhaps not surprising since I believe his background is in Wado Ryu. The techniques in the kumite gatas appear to be mostly derived from Naihanchi Tekki which gives the bata that this is kumte with close quarter combat and they are split into 3 sections based on timing reactive, simultaneous and pre-emptive each dealing with attacks to jodan, chudan and gedan. Was pretty disillusioned for a while.

Chapter 5 discusses and illustrates principles of kuzushi, taking your opponents balance, which does occur in Shotokan but not at these levels of subtlety. Chapter 6 is about kyushu-jutsu — vital point striking — again not something we are routinely taught but is covered briefly in the early Funakoshi works. TOP 10 Related.

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The techniques in the kumite gatas appear to be mostly derived from Naihanchi Tekki which gives the gaa that this is concerned with close quarter combat and they are split into 3 sections based on timing reactive, simultaneous and pre-emptive each dealing with attacks to jodan, chudan and gedan. Thu Dec 13, 2: I shall PM you details then remind me and we could have a chat about it. PDF downloadable from [ Link ] The primary audience for this book is the Wado-Ryu stylist, for whom there is in fact very little out there in terms of published works. To my mind they are much better than our three step and five step sparring, which I think actually inculcate habits that gaata inevitably get us into trouble in a self-defence situation. Kumote was exposed to a bit of Wado training with Andy Daly in Bridgwater, and their pairwork was one of the things that impressed and interested me the most. Chapter 5 discusses and illustrates principles of kuzushi, taking your opponents balance, which does occur in Shotokan but not at these levels of subtlety. Mon Dec 31, Particularly, what you include at each grade.

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Particularly, what you include at each grade. If I can work out how to use a video editing package I shall try and get some clips of stuff up! PDF downloadable from [ Link ] The primary audience for this book is the Wado-Ryu stylist, for whom there is in fact very little out there in terms of published works. This is being rewritten up at the meoment and should be in a more useable form by the new year I hope. I would like to modify the syllabus, so that pre-arranged and free sparring are based on kata application, rather than stepping back five times and blocking before deciding to do a counter. Google [Bot] and 1 guest.

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Mezisar Previous topic Next topic. You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot kumkte your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot post attachments in this forum. Gzta techniques in the kumite gatas appear to be mostly derived from Naihanchi Tekki which gives the clue that this is concerned with close quarter combat and they are split into 3 sections based on timing oumite, simultaneous and pre-emptive each dealing with attacks to jodan, chudan and gedan. Chapter 5 discusses and illustrates principles of kuzushi, taking your opponents balance, which does occur in Shotokan but not at these levels of subtlety. This is being rewritten up at the meoment and should be in a more useable form by the new year I hope. Ace Karate Forum www. Tue Dec 11, I would like to modify the syllabus, so kumitd pre-arranged and free sparring are based on kata application, rather than stepping back five times and blocking ,umite deciding to do a counter.

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Admin Kumite Kumite is based on intent, participants only have attack on their minds. There is no feeling of defence or self-defence. In Wado Ryu, the kamae that is generally taken is with the right leg forward. Some people may say that the left leg should be forward as our right side is generally stronger and we can make a better gyakuzuki from left stance. This thinking does not take into account the principles and heritage that Wado Ryu draws on. The connection with the kamae is a connection to the sword.

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