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Old 10-16-2006, 02:53 PM   #26
Ron Tisdale
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Re: Tai sabaki for reverse yokomenuchi

k, i just saved target as and now it's playing fine...we do a similar series of tanto vs tanto kata...1 through 4 that I can remember...our first one has no shikko ho, but our last one does have it. I can see parts of attack and defense that are in ours that are also on the clip. Quite nice...

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Old 10-16-2006, 03:01 PM   #27
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Re: Tai sabaki for reverse yokomenuchi

Hey Ron...I apologize for the seemingly sharp tone to my last post...it was definitely unintentional and not what was meant! I by NO MEANS consider myself to be an authority on any of these matters and definitely don't consider myself to have any higher knowledge than anyone else here [or anyone else's teachers for that matter!].

I'm with you on the whole Kushida sensei thing and it would be of interest to see if he had any influence on the whole weapons thing. Myself...I think that the kata itself is basic enough to have come from anywhere.

I find it very interesting as well to see what changes and mutations have occurred in Yoshinkan Aikido. Like you mentioned, others have trained at Honbu at various phases of an ever changing "Honbu Dojo" and that is reflected in what they teach as their understanding...who is right?!?

For a system that is suppose to be systematized there is definitely many different flavors going on!

Again...please ignore any unintentional negative tones from the last post...

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Old 10-17-2006, 08:12 AM   #28
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No worries...as I said, it's all good. The amount of diversity is amazing, in light of the systemization...and it's quite nice to have as well.

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Old 10-17-2006, 08:41 AM   #29
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Re: Tai sabaki for reverse yokomenuchi

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Ron Tisdale wrote:
No worries...as I said, it's all good. The amount of diversity is amazing, in light of the systemization...and it's quite nice to have as well.
Given the limited exposure I have had to Yoshinkan, I have wondered how much this systemization affects the development of, or the concept of, takemusu aiki -- the more improvisational development of aiki technique.

I started a thread to follow up on this aspect of Ron's point here:: "Takemusu Aiki in Systematic Teaching?"
http://www.aikiweb.com/forums/showth...981#post155981

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