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夏合宿、神人武館リガ道場、ラトビア − 2010年7月30日〜8月2日

Summer Gasshuku, Shinjinbukan Riga Dōjō, Latvia — July 30 - August 2, 2010

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Basic Chīshi Drills

Kotei Kitae — Arm Conditioning Drills

Kami wo Tsuki Yaburu — Paper Cutting Drills

Basic Concepts of Sankaku Tenshin (Triangular Motion)

High Keri using Kakato

 

  

Basic Chīshi Drills

August 2nd — The morning session began with Yobiundō and continued with Chīshi.  Each student began their training using only one Chīshi.  In larger groups there are sometimes not enough Chīshi for each student.  In those cases, a small hammer is used to learn the proper form and grip required for the basic chīshi drills. 

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Kotei Kitae — Arm Conditioning Drills

The training continued with Kote Kitae (Forearm Conditioning).  First, Onaga Kaichō and Arakaki Sensei demonstrated Kotei Kitae using Chūdan Soto Barai.  Next, Onaga Kaichō demonstrated more concepts with Jean-marie Perrier.

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As students develop a better uke (block), it is not enough to hit each other's arms just for the sake of conditioning.  Therefore, an uke does not exist without tenshin (movement).  And as we develop more tenshin, each basic uke with closed fists evolves into more advanced techniques with open hands.

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Kami wo Tsuki Yaburu — Paper Cutting Drills

During the afternoon Onaga Kaichō and Arakaki Sensei explained "Kami wo Tsuki Yaburu (Paper Cutting)", which is another unique aspect of the Shinjinbukan School.  After learning the basic techniques with one target, we continued training with multiple targets. 

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As the rest of us continued working on these "fast snap tsuki" techniques, we learned to recognize the peculiar sound of the fist cutting the paper and the sharper and straighter quality of the cut itself.

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Basic Concepts of Sankaku Tenshin (Triangular Motion)

The training continued with Sankaku Tenshin (Triangular Motion).   

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High Keri using Kakato

Melanie Petrak (Germany) demonstrated a high Keri using Kakato (Heel of Foot)

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In the pictures below, the rest of us practice these Keri techniques.

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