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Unlimited access to 26 collections of over 217 full length training videos. Lessons, insights and training, applicable to any style or martial system.
- Universal Concepts -
- Kata -
- History -
- Weaponry -
- Cultural Arts -
- Kumite -
- Kempo Curriculum -
- Connecting the Dots -
- Insights to Kosho Ryu -
- Magic -
- and much more.... -
With Bruce Juchnik, Hanshi.
Sei Kosho Shorei Kai, Intl.
This first part of the course, we start off with a discussion about James Mitose and the concept of contour hitting.
Here are a few items to keep in mind as you review this content over the coming weeks:
• The material is not specifically arranged in order of importance. All concepts in Kosho Ryu are inter-related and can be studied at any point in your training. Many of the concepts are different, but they are also the same.
• Self study and personal practice are important, but working with a partner or class will help drive home important points in the conceptual learning.
• While we must train safely with others, we must remember that your uke (attacker) is not a mannequin. The intent of the attack and subsequent movement must be delivered with the objective of doing you harm.
• The study of Kosho Ryu is vast. This course is only a snapshot of Kosho Ryu and is by no means the be all or end all. You must always seek new knowledge and understanding to further you along the path.
• Most importantly: Practice, practice, practice.
The Introduction to Kosho and the short Octagon videos are a good place to start. They will illustrate how timing of movement is more important than how to move (or execute a technique). While the footage is older, the concepts are relevant and timeless.