BOJUTSU TECHNIQUES PDF

You will also receive get instructor support and connect with more students from around the world. Bo Staff Techniques So after a few years of twizzing and twirling, you can stick all your bo staff techniques together in an almight kata, play some thumpy bang-bang music and look damn impressive. A simple up-down, side-to-side motion. Yes, we have a proven video testing model, where you film yourself demonstrating all requirements. Or, if you train in a dojo, ask your instructor to teach you a form.

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You will also receive get instructor support and connect with more students from around the world. Bo Staff Techniques So after a few years of twizzing and twirling, you can stick all your bo staff techniques together in an almight kata, play some thumpy bang-bang music and look damn impressive.

A simple up-down, side-to-side motion. Yes, we have a proven video testing model, where you film yourself demonstrating all requirements. Or, if you train in a dojo, ask your instructor to teach you a form.

Hi Jack, Sorry for the late reply, our wordpress comment notifications were not working. October 12, at 8: Are you training to actually practice combat?

I have heard horror stories of students putting holes in the wall, breaking fans, and even smacking their family in the face. I have a knee operation soon and once fully recovered will be able to commit to it fully. September 16, at 8: Almost all ten toes are facing the front, the back foot toes are pointing off at a slight angle.

So, despite reading stuff online about how training at home through stuff like this is frowned upon, it is all I can do.

One palm facing up and one palm facing down. Hold the staff in thirds. August 7, at 5: I get it, you think bo is all about the hands and upper body. If you are training to learn freestyle techniques, forms, and possibly even dabble into competitions, then you are going to want a lighter weight bo. Bring up your front knee, techniwues back the bo all the way in a straight line behind you, then step out into a deep long front stance and thrust the tip of the bo into the target.

I have watched a few of your clips on the net, and I do appreciate your presentation, and have already learned some stuff. John March 27, at 1: But the stances actually create the foundation for everything your upper body is doing.

Something like an action-reflex bo is really best. October 5, at 2: Going to look around a bit and hopefully come back to this site to keep learning. Stepping back in a defensive stance with the staff ready, will allow you to throw the most disruptive strike a forward thrustttechniques hard descending strike the neck, ribs, legs; or an ascending strike to the kneecap.

Or email it, either works. Legs are in a perfect line, past shoulder width, knees bent, legs almost parallel to the floor, back is straight, head tecnniques. They are required to log a certain amount of hours before they can test. Thank you so much, this means a lot to hear.

You will land in a powerful stance, back is straight, elbow up, tip thrusted. It seem like I am in a class. You are going to want an actual Bo, which is traditionally made of a wood such as oak. If not, they should be able to order through their supplier, which will twchniques you a bo at possibly a lower pricegreater selection, and no shipping.

I used to practice nunchakus as a kid with a long sock, you work with what you have. May 8, at 2: Related Posts.

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Contact us Kenjutsu Techniques Overview Unlike modern budo that specialize in one specific field, such as kendo, judo, or iaido, our traditional kenjutsu, sword techniques, involves a comprehensive study of a broad range of martial arts. The content of this study can rightly be called bugei juhappan eighteen categories of martial arts, a complete study of the martial arts. While today arts such as suiren swimming , hojutsu gunnery , and kyusutsu archery are no longer extant within the tradition, the syllabus of Katori Shinto Ryu is comprehensive, and even includes an understanding of ninjutsu espionage and noroshi use of fires for signalling , transmitted through oral instruction. For more information about the curriculum please visit the official website of the ryu. Katori Shinto Ryu has always permitted farmers and common townspeople to study the tradition. Kusanagi no ken and other fundamental forms provide those unaccustomed to sword-handling with a basis for familiarizing themselves with the weapon. In addition to these techniques our tradition also still practices the Gokui no iaijutsu.

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A better long front stance means a more powerful thrust. December 5, at 5: Yes, we have a proven video testing model, where you film yourself demonstrating all requirements. By setting an actual day each week, or time to practice your bo and make progress, you are destined for success. If escape is not possible, I wish to temporarily disable my attacker so I may escape. More bo staff techniques than you can shake a stick at!

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Sometimes it is made of or plated with metal for extra strength. Shaku is a Japanese measurement equivalent to This thickness allows the user to make a tight fist around it in order to block and counter an attack. The most common shape is the maru-bo, or round staff. There is also the kaku-bo four-sided staff , rokkaku-bo six-sided staff , and hakkaku-bo eight-sided staff. The basis of bo technique is te, or hand, techniques derived from Quanfa and other martial arts that reached Okinawa via trade and Chinese monks. All leaders of Karate should seriously consider that their advanced students would be a whole lot better off for having some insight into weaponry such as the Bo, as an extension of Karate-do.

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