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  • Date: 24-10-2013, 17:53
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Kendo Collection Vol.1

Category: Tutorials




Kendo Collection Vol.1
Kendo Collection Vol.1
DVD5 | English, Japanese | MPEG2 720x480 3000 kbps | AC3 2 ch 192 kbps | 1 hr 25 min | 3.84 GB
eLearning, Sports


Kendo, meaning "Way of The Sword", is a modern Japanese sport/martial art, which descended from traditional swordsmanship (kenjutsu) and uses bamboo swords (shinai), and protective armour (bōgu). Today, it is widely practised within Japan and many other nations across the world.
Kendo is a physically and mentally challenging activity that combines martial arts practices and values with sport-like strenuous physical activity.
Kendo DVD Collection:
Equipment
Kendo-gi
-Structure and Names of the Kendo-gi
Hakama -Structure and the Names of the Hakama
Men (Mask)
-Structure and Names of the Men (Mask)
Kote (Glove)
-Structure and Names of the Kote (Glove)
Tare and Do (Hip and Chest Protectors)
-Structure and Names of the Tare (Hip Protector) and Do (Chest Protector)
Shinai (Bamboo Sword)
-Structure and Names of the Shinai (Bamboo Sword)
Bokuto (Wooden Sword)
-Structure and Names of the Bokuto (Wooden Sword) 
How to wear the Kendo-gi
-How to wear the Hakama
How to wear the Tare and Do
How to wear the Tenugui
How to wear the Men
How to wear the Kote and how to take off
Taking the Men off
Method to put the Tare and Do away properly
Folding the Kendo-gi
Folding the Hakama
Assembling the Shinai
Maintenance of the Shinai
Etiquette
Footwork Body Movement
-Balance
Standing Bow
Sitting and standing in three motions
Sitting and standing in one motion
Formal way of sitting
Sitting bow
Meditation
-Idea and Method of Mokuso (Meditation)
Chu-dan (Basic Posture)
-Basic position of your feet
How to hold the shinai
Position and form of the arms in three motions
Kamae and Osame in one motion
Standing Kamae and Osame
Fundamental technique
Natural posture
-Repeating footwork
-Sideway steps
-Turn
-Sliding steps
-Variations of the sliding steps
-Walking step
-Short step (joint step), measuring step
-Stomping footwork
-Sliding steps and Stomping footwork
Kukan-datotsu (striking an imaginary opponent)
-Jo-ge (up-and-down) Suburi (swing) Men, Kote, Do and Tsuki strikes in three motions
-Men, Kote, Do and Tsuki strikes in two motion
-Men, Kote, Do and Tsuki strikes in one motion
-Left and right Men strikes in three motions and in one motion
Repeating Kukan-datotsu
-Combinationstrike: Kote-Men
-Combination strike: Kote-Do
-Combination strike: Kote-Men-Do
-Repetitive Men strikes
-Repetitive Left and right Men strikes
Suburi (Practice swings with the shinai)
-Up-and-down swing
-Naname (diagonal) Suburi
-Men strikes with a step forward-Left and right Men strikes with a step forward and backward
-Left and right men strikes with sideway steps
-Squat suburi
-Squat suburi with alternating feet
-Choyaku (jumping) Haya (fast)-suburi with alternating feet
-Choyaku haya-suburi with alternating back-and-forth and left-and-right feet
-Haya-suburi with jumping back-and-forth
Kukan-datotsu with stomping footwork
-Center Men, right Kote and right Do
-Kote-Men, Men-Men and Kote-Men-Men
Basic strikes with short-range footwork
-Center Men, right Kote, right Do and left and right Men
Basic strikes with stomping footwork
-Center Men, right Kote and right Do Kote-Men, Men-Men and Kote-Men-Men
Bonus feature: This DVD features (3) selectable camera angles.
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Kendo Collection Vol.1
Kendo Collection Vol.1

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