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Re: Swordwork
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sugoi! wow...

thanks for sharing!

it is interesting to see in slow motion the details of his body alignment...

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Re: Swordwork
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Amazing precision -- thanks for posting the link!

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It seems like several topics have been brought up in this thread... First of all the video is very cool... but being accurate at hitting a non-moving non-defending/attacking object is quite different than dealing with a living opponent.

The other subject that I believe is important is the kenjutsu-taijutsu separation which is discussed repeatedly on this forum here and there... In the traditions we study, IMO, they are the same. There can NOT be a separation between the two. When I see someone with poor Kenjutsu, including myself, I'm positive their Taijutsu is lacking as well. I do not think it is possible to have good Taijutsu and poor Kenjutsu (bojutsu etc... it's all the equivalent).

We all need to practice all the weapons and become as polished and strong as possible. You are only as strong as your biggest weakness. Find a teacher who is skilled at Kenjutsu and Bojutsu (and other weapons as taught in the 9 schools) and you have found a good model for your Taijutsu.

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