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Old 03-14-2005, 09:18 PM   #8
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Re: Article - PCS Conditioning in Budo

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Mark Johnston wrote:
2 things here...firstly having to adapt waza (or principles) to real life or chaotic situations. (Perhaps a different discussion there)
Toby is aware that Shodokan Aikido combines kata training and randori. Certain techniques are considered for safety in a shiai setting but others found in kata sets and elsewhere are not. I use the word considered as modified suggests they are changed - allowed variations is a clearer statement. The shift to nasty is actually very small and can be studied. Randori and by extension shiai really is about working under stress - the analogy is very good as you say.
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Secondly, the underlying message of the article, stress.

Peter Rehse Shodokan Aikido
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