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Shinden Fudo Ryu and Kyushu Points?
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I would like to find some info on how Kyushu are applied in Shinden Fudo Ryu, as this is a Ryuha that stress's natural movement as compared to more rigid stances and forms in some of the other Ryuha.
Also I would appreciate any suggestions on training methods that can be applied to present the Kyushu points for easier explotation?
Thanks for the help Naosu Ryu

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If you train some of the kata from Shinden Fudo Ryu such as Kimon dori or Matsu Kaze you should discover some answers to your questions.

Train the kata, learn the methods.

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I would like to find some info on how Kyushu are applied in Shinden Fudo Ryu, as this is a Ryuha that stress's natural movement as compared to more rigid stances and forms in some of the other Ryuha.
Also I would appreciate any suggestions on training methods that can be applied to present the Kyushu points for easier explotation?


The way I see the more vulnerable places of the human body (Kyûsho) are used in every school, every technique. And this goeth - in my opinion - for any martial art, too, Eastern or Western. After all, there's not much sense attacking the opponent where he can take it, right?

So, as benkyoka already said, simply train the forms, any of them, and the answers are there.

On the natural movement / rigid stances and forms.... hmm... have to disagree; all the same!!! One shouldn't be rigid or unnatural in any of our schools There are simply different ways of applying the Taijutsu, these coming from the ideology of the Ryû in question.

The Kyûsho... not so big a mystery to begin with....

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Re: Shinden Fudo Ryu and Kyushu Points?
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What Ari and Syd said. Train the waza. When you find the kyusho, you'll know by the sound your uke makes :)

The SDF ryuha waza present you with lots of nasty kyusho. Nichigeki, the first waza I learned this year (first actual waza in the densho?), is a flash, lightning fast, so surprise and coming out of no where with your movement is a concept in this ryuha, giving you a chance to apply kyusho to really vulnerable bits at speed. Be careful.

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Thanks all for the feed back.
I've already been doing most of what has been suggested, but always trying to gain deeper insights, as everyone seems to have different understandings of the same techniques thought some of the different understandings might find their way here.
Thanks again Naosu Ryu

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in sfr moving naturally is most important. the idea is what can i make this guy do to himself.

Posted on: 2006/7/2 6:47
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