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Is Omote Gyaku (or any of those techniques) Kihon, or a way of practising Kihon?

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I would say both.
It is kihon as it is a basic techniques used in various scenarious, and also a way of practicing kihon in the way you set up the omote gyaku. As to what is omote gyaku, that can be understood on many levels.

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Is Omote Gyaku (or any of those techniques) Kihon, or a way of practising Kihon?



Yes.


- Mark Spada

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Mark, that is the best answer I've seen from you.

Nice.

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What is great about the kihon happo is u can practice it and learn it but then there is another way of doing it then another and so on these techniques are simple but not easy that is something my teacher always told me.

It is worth noting the kihon happo are like messages in a bottle once u start to see those messages u relaize there is a variety of ways to do the kihon and u will never be able to do them all in your life time :)

Have Fun

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What is great about the kihon happo is u can practice it and learn it but then there is another way of doing it then another and so on these techniques are simple but not easy that is something my teacher always told me.

It is worth noting the kihon happo are like messages in a bottle once u start to see those messages u relaize there is a variety of ways to do the kihon and u will never be able to do them all in your life time :)

Have Fun


Like, OMG! LOL!

U R , like, sooooo right and stuff!

U 2 can, like, soooo totally, like, do the kihon for, like, 4Evr!




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There is the mark we all know and love. I too confess that i really dislike internet ebonics. I have been accused of being a luddite because I am not "on the facebook". (is that kind of like "smoking the pot"?).

His point is not totally lost. Kihon can teach you many things, limited only by your ability to look at things from different points of view. Enthusiasm is a wonderful thing as long as it has legs. We are after all, the people who endure.

Marty

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We are also the people who speak in complete sentences and don't use "internet English".

Well....at least some of us are.


-Mark Spada

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I recall a quote I've often heard and have read in Soke's books.... something about 'being Gentleman'.

Just a thought!



Let's try to have constructive discussions... if you find that you have so much time to comment on others... maybe some of that time could be dedicated to training instead of typing!

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I recall a quote I've often heard and have read in Soke's books.... something about 'being Gentleman'.

Just a thought!



Let's try to have constructive discussions... if you find that you have so much time to comment on others... maybe some of that time could be dedicated to training instead of typing!



So....let me see if I got this right....

You inexplicably decided to stop your hardcore, arduous training session that we must presume you were engaged in at the time in order to see what was happening on Kutaki and decided to lower yourself to our level in order to explain to us the importance of behaving as, how did you put it...."gentlemen".

Thanks, buddy.

Perhaps Kutaki and other forums like it should be shut down entirely so as to ensure no further distractions from your pursuit of the warrior ways of enlightenment.

That gentlemanly enough in your opinion?


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