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Re: Podcast - Back by Popular Demand!
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Yayy... it appears as if I have misplaced three episodes.


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Re: Podcast - Back by Popular Demand!
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@YoruKage: Glad you asked, I bothered Shawn a lot back then about the podcast. Loved it!

Posted on: 2013/10/30 0:58
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Re: Question on koku
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Hi skuggvark, hi benkyoka,

I did ask my teacher, problem is: He is not living in my hometown. The very next time he hits Hamburg, koku will be on the menu.

Don't worry, I am not intending to learn via a forum, just consulting people here, who are more experienced in the Bujinkan - and in this case Gyokko Ryu.


Posted on: 2013/10/15 22:07
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Re: Question on koku
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OK, tried that showing my peeps, after I showed it wrong... big confusion, I tell ya'. lol


Posted on: 2013/10/9 6:46
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Re: Question on koku
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Hi mate,

thanks, I've seen that one, too.

Doesn't help me being confused. *lol*

How do you teach it in your dôjô?

Posted on: 2013/10/9 1:35
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Question on koku
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Hi Kutaki,

for over a bit two years now I have a training group and after all this time I dared to try out some katas from Gyokko Ryu, including koku.

My teacher kinda lives further away from my hometown and we still have to discuss this, but:

I had koku in the dojo I used to train in. Deflecting the kick was with the left leg and "kicking" with the same leg, before coming in with a boshi ken.

I have some materials describing it that way.

Now, I showed it to my people the wrong way, as I did it by memory, before consulting my material, which means: I evaded the zenpo geri of uke, deflecting the kick the my right leg and hitting him with my right leg, following a righ boshi ken to the hip area.

Well, it felt odd at the moment, because it went well.

Now, I checked my papers and it says otherwise, but when I checked the net and found an old video of Hatsumi sensei (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ke6PFO1uypg) the did it with his right leg.

I am kinda confused. Was sensei showing a henka?

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Twitter... and coming back
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Hello Kutaki,

on Monday, I checked my twitter app on my Blackberry and saw a post by Kutaki.

Good thing, as it made me coming back.

Just wanted to give that feedback and I wish lots of new discussions in this forum in the time to come.

Best wishes,
Fernando

Posted on: 2013/10/9 0:23
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Re: Metsubishi that looks a bit like "ropes"?
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A good friend of mine told me, that baby powder mixed with sand works out better, than baby powder alone... still have to test that.

The metsubushi used in the video is great... wish one could buy those somewhere.

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Re: Kamae no kata: origins and references?
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Agreed.

When I started 9 years ago, the net dis not provide that much.

As of now, it offers a lot of desinformation, too.

One more aspect of the importance of having a good teacher.

Posted on: 2013/10/8 7:47
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Re: Kamae no kata: origins and references?
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Hi Yamazu,

ok, makes kinda sense, too.

I guess compared to "back in the day", we are lucky now to get info such about kamae (not if they are correct or not, at least one can finde the names and how they may look like) from the internet.

Too bad, I started that late...

Posted on: 2013/10/7 19:58
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