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Re: いちの構え制す?空手
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I actually found that to be true only of two japanese shihan in my experiences.

Posted on: 2010/9/1 3:48
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Re: Ranking
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Posted on: 2010/6/20 11:46
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Re: Ranking
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Mark, Thank you for pointing out that absurd comment about training them in one weekend. I honestly don't know what people are thinking sometimes.

Posted on: 2010/6/19 6:55
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Re: Takagi Yoshin Ryu
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Yukkuri wrote:
It still hurt a lot, and there was no place for me to take ukemi.

my 2 cents...
Chris



As far as I understand it. If any of the omote or ura gyaku's from any of the ryuha are done correctly. Yhen there should be no way to take ukemi. Or atleast very very difficult.

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Posted on: 2009/12/29 11:18
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Re: Principles
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I always thought that when one has perfect technique then they should already have perfected the very idea of being hidden in said technique. I do not think its wise to look at them as separate things like having perfect technique then saying ok now we learn to hide it. I thinking learning to hide techniques is just one of the ingredients. Just like learning the form and the principe are also ingredients in the formula..

Posted on: 2009/10/22 9:13
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Re: Ranking accepted in other dojo?
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I can appreciate their reasons for doing so but again if we don't show the world our good apples the Bujinkan apple-cart will continue to be regarded as full of bad ones.


Why are we suppose to be so worried. I think the art managed to survive for hundres of years before any of us were made aware of its existence.

Posted on: 2009/6/30 10:07
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Re: bujinkan hombu dojo japam
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Not asking for membership doesn't mean that you are not supposed to and expected to have it.

You have to be a member to train in the hombu dojo.


I understand the reasoning and the rationale behind it. I am of the opinion that that alone does not prevent frauds.

Posted on: 2009/6/19 12:17
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Re: bujinkan hombu dojo japam
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It prevents future frauds as well.


No it does not. The last 19 times i've gone they've never asked for proof of membership.

Posted on: 2009/6/19 9:53
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Re: A complete Budoka - what does it take?
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Rob,

Right on!!! I agree wholeheartedly with your post.

Posted on: 2009/6/11 12:29
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Re: A complete Budoka - what does it take?
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I believe instead of worrying about the hours we train or whether or not we become good. We should train in the art because we love the art. And the more in love with the art we are the more we will train.

Posted on: 2009/6/11 5:11
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