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DCPan
DCPan
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Last Activity: 18th April 2014, 09:33 PM
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  • DCPan
    replied to Termamoto sensei's shinai
    in FAQ
    The video is too blurry to read the kanji...but according to the website, Teramoto Sensei has used the Hayate and is now using the Josui.

    http://www.shogunkendogu.com/index.php/products/shinai
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  • DCPan
    replied to Suburi in 4 movements?
    And really, my biggest mental obstacle right now is understanding how you can press in with your body if you don't move forward until your swing is past the half way point? About the only way I can imagine doing that right now is you take two steps. One sharp irimi step, swing then move in on the...
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  • DCPan
    replied to Suburi in 4 movements?
    Hi G-Chan,

    I think what you say makes sense for the most part...some specific questions if you don't mind:

    1. regarding your half-way point of the swing being vertical, I would like to know whether your shinai changes direction at halfway point, or whether a change in the direction...
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  • DCPan
    replied to Tsuba material
    So, for bokuto, it is usually from kata #5 or kodachi #3...tsuba shards flying across the room.

    For the shinai, it was from shiai-geiko I think...it was spectacular....
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  • DCPan
    replied to Tsuba material
    Oh, I've seen a few plastic tsuba explode both from shinai and bokuto here.
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  • DCPan
    replied to Suburi in 4 movements?
    Hi G-Chan,

    I'm not sure there's a whole lot to translate. The point where I started that video, his student was talking about how he appreciate the fact that the sensei teach by showing rather than just talking about it.

    When the narrator started to led the practice, the only...
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