KEN SHIN KAI - 7 KEN SUBURI No. 1 , No. 2 , No. 3 , No. 4 , No. 5 , No. 6 , No. 7 1 First Suburi - Shomen Uchi Starting in Migi Hanmi (Ken No Kamae).
Tai No Henko & A Bit 'O' Ukemi The Five Ken Kamae 7 Ken Suburi 20 Jo Suburi Kumi Jo #1 Tachi Waza Kata Dori Ikkyo Through Yonkyo, Omote & Ura Waza Yokomen Uchi Sonkyo, Omote & Ura Waza Yokomen Uchi Shihonage Shomen Uchi Kaitenage Tsuki Kotegaeshi Morote Dori Kokyuho Suwari Waza Shomen Uchi Ikkyo ...
2 Introduction In the feudal times of ancient Japan, noble warriors known as the samurai were charged with the governorship of the nation and protection of its people.
Suburi The practice of moving the shinai or bokuto through the air is called' suburi. Suburi is an indispensable part of kendo training as it helps to build up strength and control.
KEN SHIN KAI - 20 JO SUBURI No. 1 , No. 2 , No. 3 , No. 4 , No. 5 , No. 6 , No. 7 , No. 8 , No. 9 , No. 10 No. 11 , No. 12 , No. 13 , No. 14 , No. 15 , No. 16 , No. 17 , No. 18 , No. 19 , No. 20 1 First Suburi - Choku Tsuki Basic thrusting movement.
Morote dori kokyu ho 3. Shomen uchi Ikkyo 4. Kokyu dosa 5. Ken: 1st Suburi & Jo: 1st Suburi 6TH KYU: Min. 20 days practice
Bokken; (1) basic bokken conditioning exercises (2) seven basic suburi (bokken), (3) 8 forms (bokken), Advanced practice: Jo; (1) 36 jo relationships (2) Sansho (3) Jodori Bokken; (1) five kumitachi and kimusubi no tachi (boken), (2) Kiriotoshi, (3) Tachidori, Tanto; Tantodori
Suburi: This is a chance to smoothly swing the shinai , warming up the arms and shoulders. Typically you'll do a very large swing to start, then some variations of men suburi, then some suburi that practice attacking the point areas, finishing with a very fast jumping style of suburi called choyaku ...
Chito-ryu Karate-Do I don’t know about you, but I’m not one to make New Year’s resolutions. Of course there are diﬀerent ways of looking at anything.
THE TWENTY JO SUBURI the five thrusting movements, (#4&5 in Jo kamae). 1 Choku tsuki (pronounced ski) For the first 3, stand in L kamae & hold the jo vertically in the LH: forward thrust, thumbs pointing forward.