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翁長良光会長の国際ツアー、ニューヨーク市 − 2010年11月10日〜17日

Onaga Yoshimitsu Kaichō's International Tour, New York City — November 10 - 17, 2010

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November 12, 2010. Afternoon Session — The training continued with Sankaku Tenshin (Triangular Motion) using different types of Tachikata (Stances). Here are the highlights: 

Sankaku Tenshin using Jigotai (Feet Only)

Modern Sankaku Tenshin — Part 1

Modern Sankaku Tenshin — Part 2

Modern Sankaku Tenshin — Part 3

Sankaku Tenshin using Neko Ashi Dachi (Feet Only)

Sankaku Tenshin using Neko Ashi Dachi plus Double Tsuki, Keri & Tsuki

Ancient Sankaku Tenshin — Part 1

Ancient Sankaku Tenshin — Part 2

Ancient Sankaku Tenshin — Part 3

Dinner at Keens Steak House

   

Sankaku Tenshin using Jigotai (Feet Only)

Preston Flammang worked on Sankaku Tenshin (Triangular Motion) using Jigotai stance. However, at a more advanced level it could be practiced using Ko Mawari (small circular foot motions). In the Shinjinbukan School, we do not speak of moving forward or backward. Instead, we use the term Zenshin (Advancing) and Kōtai (Retreating).

Below, the Zenshin or advancing motion is based on the pattern Me (eyes), Ashi (feet) and Tenshin (body motion).

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Next, we worked on the pattern of Kōtai (retreating motion).

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Modern Sankaku Tenshin — Part 1

The feet pattern of Triangular Motion / Sankaku Tenshin could also be practiced as a Kihon Gata (Basic Form) by adding a combinations of Tsuki and Keri. In the Shinjinbukan School, there are two types of Sankaku Tenshin Kihon Gata:
  1) Ancient Sankaku Tenshin was practiced in Okinawa before World War II. It consists of three parts.
  2) Modern Sankaku Tenshin was practiced in Okinawa after World War II. It consists of three parts.

In the pictures below, Preston Flammang demonstrates Sankaku Tenshin — Part 1  
It consists of the following techniques: Tenshin using Jigotai + Kaki Di + One Tsuki.

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Next, Kōtai (retreating motion) follows the same pattern.

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Modern Sankaku Tenshin — Part 2

In the pictures below, Masaaki Satō demonstrates Modern Sankaku Tenshin — Part 2.
It consists of the following techniques: Tenshin using Jigotai + Kaki Di + Double Tsuki.

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Below the pattern of Kōtai (retreating motion).

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Modern Sankaku Tenshin — Part 3

In the pictures below, Masaaki Satō demonstrates Sankaku Tenshin — Part 3  
It consists of the following techniques: Tenshin using Jigotai + Kaki Di + Doble Tsuki + Keri + One Tsuki.

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Below the pattern of Kōtai (retreating motion).

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Sankaku Tenshin using Neko Ashi Dachi (Feet Only)

Next, Preston Flammang worked on Sankaku Tenshin (Triangular Motion) using Neko Ashi Dachi.  

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Below the pattern of Kōtai (retreating motion).

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Sankaku Tenshin using Neko Ashi Dachi plus Double Tsuki, Keri & Tsuki

Below, Joni Satō demonstrates a variation of Sankaku Tenshin — Part 3 using Neko Ashi Dachi rather than Jigotai.
It consists of the following techniques: Tenshin using Jigotai + Kaki Di + Doble Tsuki + Keri + One Tsuki.

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Below the pattern of Kōtai (retreating motion).

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Ancient Sankaku Tenshin — Part 1

The Ancient Sankaku Tenshin is made up of three parts. One of its characteristics is that each of the three parts combines a series of techniques with a 180 degree turn or U-turn.

Below, Masaaki Satō demonstrates the U-Turn combination used in the Ancient Sankaku Tenshin — Part 1.
It consists of the following techniques: Soto Uke from Neko Ashi Dachi + Keri + U-turn + Ura Te.

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Ancient Sankaku Tenshin — Part 2

Below, Masaaki Satō demonstrates the U-Turn combination used in the Ancient Sankaku Tenshin — Part 2.
It consists of the following: Vertical Enbi (Elbow Strike) from Shiko Dachi + Horizontal Enbi + U-turn + Ura Te.

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Ancient Sankaku Tenshin — Part 3

Below, Masaaki Satō demonstrates the U-Turn combination used in the Ancient Sankaku Tenshin — Part 3.
It consists of the following: Vertical Soto Barai + Yoko Geri + U-turn + Shutō from Neko Ashi Dachi.

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Dinner at Keens Steak House

After a long training session we invited Onaga Kaichō and Arakaki Sensei to one of the most famous landmark restaurants in New York City: Keens Steak House, founded in 1885.

Keens Steakhouse is also famous for owning the largest collection of churchwarden pipes in the world. Among the members of its Pipe Club were many famous individuals: Teddy Roosevelt, Albert Einstein, Babe Ruth, J.P. Morgan, General Douglas MacArthur, “Buffalo Bill” Cody, and many more.

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As it is customary in Okinawan tradition, after a group meal, Onaga Kaichō continued teaching different principles of his martial philosopy: Onaga no Ti. Afterwards, Onaga Kaichō was very happy to share this time with us.

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