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  • G-CHAN
    started a topic My thoughts on Ji-geiko

    My thoughts on Ji-geiko

    I don’t know how much longer this forum is going to last, so I might as well go all in…this will probably be it for me, one last post before I ride off into the sunset like everyone else.

    There are several purposes for ji-geiko, what these purposes are depends on you. For serious tournament...
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  • G-CHAN
    replied to Kakari-keiko
    Thought I’d ramble some more about kakri-keiko….as I said there’s a big difference between mimicking executions and executing strikes with natural movement. As you gain experience in kendo, your executions for men, kote and doh should be improving and yet even after years of practicing, some people...
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  • G-CHAN
    replied to Kakari-keiko
    In summer camps, the hardest part of keiko for me by far was doing kakari-keiko…I hated it. Our summer camps were 3 practices a day for a week and towards the end of the week the majority of the last 2 practices was kakari-keiko. It was an ass-kicking experience to say the least.

    Going...
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  • G-CHAN
    started a topic Kakari-keiko

    Kakari-keiko

    How do you approach kakari-geiko?

    How does it help you improve your kendo?

    Depending on your level of understanding kendo, what do you think is the purpose for kakari-geiko?

    How does suburi, kiri-kaeshi and waza keiko influence the way you perform during kakari-geiko?...
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