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  • Video can't lie!

    Recently I got a video camera and it has been the best investment for my kendo. After a taping, watching (especially in slow-motion and with your teachers), doing keiko for a week and taping again vast improvements are noticed. Has anyone else tried this?

    With video, reality is thrown right at you! If you have access to a video camera give it a go! It's a great teaching aid!

    Jonathan

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    I haven't done it with Kendo, but it has become standard for wrestling. It does make a big difference.

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    • #3
      I think it's very good idea to tape our own kendo.

      But, it's always depressing a little to see our posture and kiai on screen.

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        Yup! It sure does. It makes a hell of a difference and can add to your image training.

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          Originally posted by iwatekenshi
          Yup! It sure does. It makes a hell of a difference and can add to your image training.
          I think also that video should use more for assistance kendo practice. I have use the video recording in our kendo club. We have clear benefits for using it

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