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  • G-CHAN
    replied to Bendy Kendo
    Hi Dillon, yup, we were told the same…I think I was about 15 or 16 (shodan) when sensei told me to concentrate more on my kamae, I needed to breathe into it. Back then, the older high school kids were not only fast, but some had a really good understanding of waza. They knew how and when to execute...
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  • G-CHAN
    replied to Bendy Kendo
    Dillon, I really enjoy reading your posts, thank you very much for taking the time and once again you bring up some interesting points. My definition of sporty/ bendy kendo is really just a reflection of my sensei’s which is more or less *That’s no good.*

    With that said, I think everyone...
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  • G-CHAN
    replied to Bendy Kendo
    Apologies for the double post, it won't let me edit.
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  • G-CHAN
    replied to Bendy Kendo
    Thanks for the reply HL, yeah…I see your point. I know discussing the subject of *sporty kendo* is taboo, especially here in the states, but for me, this is not how I was taught kendo. It’s a generation thing I think…

    When I started back in the early 70’s, for my brother and I kendo...
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  • G-CHAN
    replied to Bendy Kendo
    Thanks for the reply HL, yeah…I see your point. I know discussing the subject of *sporty kendo* is taboo, especially here in the states, but for me, this is not how I was taught kendo. It’s a generation thing I think…

    When I started back in the early 70’s, for my brother and I kendo...
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