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Re: ATTACKS IN TAJ JIUTSU

Subject: Re: ATTACKS IN TAJ JIUTSU
by Lockfield on 2014/2/6 6:29:40

Quote:

Giuseppe wrote:
Can fudoken became a jab?



that is pretty stupid. you have been skimming, not comprehending. FUDOKEN IS A JAB. its also a cross, a hook, a hammerfist and an uppercut.

thats because FUDOKEN IS A FIST CONFIGURATION. same with shuto ken (a sword hand aka "judo/karate chop)

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Giuseppe wrote:
Third point, what do you mean with natural movement? A kick, a jab, I think that is natural for me, it’s not natural for you, for example for me is a natural thing use all kind of kicks, because I trained for long time to use it, my legs are flexibile my feet are like my hand if somebody say me DON’T USE THE KICKS BECAUSE THIS NOT TAJ JIUTSU, I would fell limited, because for me is normal use kicks, like can be natural use in a real street fighting, a slap etc. One day a shihan told me that in Ta ji jiutsu there is not limited, all is good if it is natural for you, but if on the KOTO AND GYOKKO RYU SCROLLS there are not JAB, CROSS, SLAP moreover my taj jiutsu is not correct.


simple: natural movement is, to use an bodybuilding term, a compound movement, not an isolation (bicep curls). more importantly: it is context dependent. if all are wearing armor and you roundhouse kicked them all in the head, that's not natural. same with fighting on an unstable platform(ex. a boat). try doing an ali shuffle onboard a rocking boat before punching your opponent. it's optimizing your body's functionality for the desired effect.

that's why would you jab-cross a samurai who has a katana? what is the context you are training for? what is the context of gyokko ryu? if you don't know that, it's a big problem for your own training.
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