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Re: The "kata collector" label
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Greetings-
I must agree with that. there is a lot of Info. available to those who begin their training now. In fact i've heard senior instructors say that they wish so much info was available when they had started. But I would like to ask, becuase i did'nt notice if someone had said it already, "Has Soke ever given HIS definition of what exactly a waza collector is, or been specific about this issue he has warned about??" I apologize if someone has already answered this.

Posted on: 2007/7/24 22:52
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Searching for Sanmyaku
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Hello All!
Could anybody direct me to where i may purchase all volumes of SANMYAKU, I would be very appreciative. Thanks alot. ( if anyone has all volumes in good condition from their own collection and would be willing to part with them, i'm interested!)

Posted on: 2007/6/19 11:36
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Soke's DVD'S
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Greetings All-
Has anyone heard of this site online that rents Martial Arts DVD's. It's called BushidoDVD.Com. They even rent Soke's DVD's out to the public. Is there any kind of copyright to the quest series?? does anyone know about this??

Posted on: 2007/4/18 4:28
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Re: Walking exercises
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Greetings!-
Soke has also mentioned that walking with short, quick steps puts less strain on the heart. One of the most strenuous parts of the circulatory system is when blood has to flow back UP the legs. Walking with wide strides strains the upward circulation.

Posted on: 2007/2/10 10:03
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Re: kukishinden ryu
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Thank you for sharing that very interesting bit of info. Mr. Daniel. I always thought that the Godan test came from Togakure Ryu. And i never knew that different weapons were used, but I do now.

Posted on: 2007/1/16 7:37
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Re: Nasty knife
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Absolutely terrifying, makes me ponder really hard about how i'm training. Thank you, Eva, for sharing that video.

Posted on: 2007/1/10 7:32
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Re: Tessen Construction
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I'm not entirely sure either but for some reason i believe they sowed two peices of cloth together with slits, where you could slide the cloth onto the metal bars. if that makes sense. then for a glue like material, you could boil some white rice, then smear it into a paste, and use that, when it dries it is as strong as glue. hope that helps you.

Posted on: 2007/1/7 8:48
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Re: Not just ninjutsu
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I could be mistaken, but I think all or our ryuha in the BJK were accepted into the collective styles of Iga ryu. That would'nt make them Ninjutsu, but would'nt it make them Ninja styles or methods?

Posted on: 2006/12/30 2:37
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Re: how would an experienced budoka handle this guy?
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Sorry guys, i messed that all up, I meant to say no matter how built a person may be there are some spots that can't be developed. like weak spots in armour.

Posted on: 2006/12/29 10:14
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Re: how would an experienced budoka handle this guy?
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No matter how big get be developed, like the eyes and throat (unless your one of those shaolin experts who focus their chi\ki to almost super human levels) take this guy off his feet and choke him out. just hope he does'nt have a couple of freinds around, if he does RUN LIKE HELL!!

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