Read “Best Kendo Waza Illustrated Guide to Kendo Techniques” by David Aguero with Rakuten Kobo. An illustrated guide of kendo techniques book filled with. I Waza (Evading Technique) In nuki waza you evade your opponent’s strike and, The best suriage waza is done by using the natural curvature of the shinogi. I touched on this in an earlier broader post on oji waza, but there (If this is not possible, then a good alternative kihon drill is to make your.

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Best Kendo Waza

Katsugi waza – Derived from the Japanese word ‘katsugu’ which means carrying on your shoulder, this technique entails lifting your shinai over your shoulder in a deceptive gesture and surprising your opponent with a strike. Debana waza – Strikes under this techniques that are commonly employed by practitioners are debana men, debana tsuki and debana kote.

Japanese word for technique is Waza and in Kendo all techniques or Waza are classified under two categories namely shikake meaning offensive and oji meaning defensive. Essential Book of Martial Arts Kicks.

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Lone Star Christmas Tree Skirt. When shinai tips move backwards, postures jendo crumble and it is if you are rolling yourself into a ball like a frightened hedgehog. They either stand up from sonkyo and take a step to the right, or when they attack men or kote, they do so in a diagonal line, so that after striking they pass their opponent on the right.


Although this book is meant for intermediate to advanced kenshi, beginners will find this book very useful. My last post was about the problem of inadvertently dropping your wazs because of either incorrect posture or too much tension in the way the shinai is held. In doing so, you help to make the practice of the technique considerably easier.

You are commenting using your Facebook account. The practice reminded me of kakarigeiko for seniors, where no targets were offered, but we had to use the strength of our seme to make opportunities.

The objective was to cut from the armpit to the hip. Knowing the Basics of Aikido. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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For example, start with kata or boken ni yoru kihon keikoho, wqza on to kihon drills, keeping them short and changing partners frequently and finally move to jigeiko. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: It is worth remembering that kendo is a Zen martial art and that our objective is self-improvement through rigorous, unselfconscious training.

So for me, whilst it is unlikely that I will get any taller, using this technique at least acts as a reminder that my feet should be in the right place when I make a strike. See if you vest enough points for this item.

Kendo no kata teaches us a lot about kamae, and though we rarely use gedan-kamae, hasso-kamae and waki-kamae in shinai kendo, practising them in kata gives us a great lesson in flexibility and adaptability.

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Best Kendo Waza by David Aguero

Just use gentle pressure to slide your shinai up against his. The first two techniques are old favourites, probably because raising the shinai to deflect or block a downward cut is relatively easy for a smaller person against a taller opponent. If you are lucky enough to have a number of kodansha in the dojo, then jigeiko can be a great learning experience.

Books by David Aguero. A simple slide upward should be enough. We all must know how hakama bushu brand are made! Aim at his right eye and he sees your kote and you may get the chance for kote nuki men or kote suriage men. It is all about making your opponent move, and as we have talked about before, there are two fundamental ways to do this.

Harai waza – In this technique, the opponent’s kamae is already broken and his shinai is either deflected or knocked out of his hand, thus leaving you with a clear opportunity to make a strike.

On the other hand you should use every trick in the book to make bestt opponent move. There are a total of eighty five techniques covered in the book and includes blocking techniques.

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