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trademark8806's Blog Blog Tools Rating: Rate This Blog
Creation Date: 06-14-2009 01:51 AM
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Status: Public
Entries: 68
Comments: 185
Views: 124,052

Entries for the Month of November 2010

In General Wepons wepons oh... I need help with you... Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #55 New 11-09-2010 05:07 PM
So, last night we did alot of wepon work. We worked on jo kata 31 , jo kat, boken kat and another one I was tought hte worng thing of so I forgot what it was called.
I lurned also that sometimes when I am not thinking I am better then when I am.
We also worked on some iramanaga in slow mation , working on moving our watie froward.
I like it when we go down to the basics helps me understand what my body is really doing.
I even got conplamented on doing it relly well.
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In Testing My next test! Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #54 New 11-08-2010 05:54 PM
Time and Events Requirements
Minimum 4 months and 40 hours of training after earning 6th Kyu.
Ki Tests and Exercises
Hanmi No Kamae - "Half-body stance"
Banzai no Kamae - Stance with feet shoulder-width and both arms raised ( Krati Kid)
Zengo Undo - Raising and lowering arms as if cutting with a sword, with 180 degree pivoting motion
Happo Undo - Raising and lowering arms with movement as if cutting in eight directions
Tekubikosa Undo - "Crossing the wrists exercise;" high and low variations required
Kamae with Bokken - Demonstration of five basic sword stances
Bokken and Jo Suburi - Demonstration of basic strikes with sword and staff
Shomenuchi Kotegaeshi - Downward strike to the head/ "Wrist turning" throw and pin
Shomenuchi Ikkyo - Downward strike to the head/ "First teaching" and pin
Katatetori Sankyo - Same side wrist grab/ "Third teaching;" both nage waza (throwing) and katame waza (pinning) variations required
Yokomenuchi Sokumen Iriminage - Strike to the side of the head/ "Side of the face, Entering throw" (technique performed in the manner of Sayu Undo)
Munetsuki Kotegaeshi - Thrusting strike to the chest / "Wrist turning" throw and pin
Katatetori Kaitenage - Same side wrist grab/ "Rotary throw". Tenkan variation required
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