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anyone kind of comfortable w/ what seems to be refined movement in the gyokko ryu teachings this year care to share. i find what i've seen pretty cool and easy, but i haven't seen alot.

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Well, mine comes from 2001, hope it is ok, but... hips, turning them, sometimes more than 90 degrees. Also Hichô. Please consult your teacher on the actual methods.

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i find what i've seen pretty cool and easy, but i haven't seen alot.


You find it pretty easy? Care to elaborate on this?

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well, like i said i haven't seen alot of whats going on this year. ive done an exercise agsinst a front kick by just turning the hips and that makes your leg turn slightly and uke slides down your leg into your hands. also just recieving a punch by moving slightly back then taking the momentum and their balance forward w/ you. alot of infasis on little touches and not grabbing. slipping while recieving a punch and covering the other hand. then just some basics w/out grabbing. like i said not much.

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... alot of infasis on little touches and not grabbing. slipping while recieving a punch and covering the other hand. then just some basics w/out grabbing. like i said not much.


Not grabbing is a huge thing. As soon as you grab, its very easy to get stuck there, like getting stuck grabbing a weapon. Along the same lines, staying loose and relaxed when you aren't striking, and returning to that state immediately after striking - all that gives you more options because you aren't stuck anywhere. Just some thoughts. Oh, and BTW, the word is 'emphasis'

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Uke sliding down the leg.... Preparatory exercise for Kerikudaki, I think. That's a good timing and manipulation on Uke's distance/balance to get him "on the slider"

Finer touches, yes. The basic way also needed

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Not grabbing is a huge thing. As soon as you grab, its very easy to get stuck there...


Oh yes, that's very true! I was lucky enough to experience it at Shihan Arnaud's class.
I can say that when I attacked him, he almost never even touched me, still I could not do anything to him - okay, okay, I know it's not surprising in case of a 15 dan shihan .
His secret -I guess- was that he played so well with the kukan (space between us) and kuzushi (my balance), that no grab was needed at all and it gave him a lot of "freedom" in the way of defense.
After a while it was kind of annoying to be impossible to touch/reach him

Eva

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