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Big knee injury...how to stay in touch with kendo.

Imafuji Sensei, After a few weeks of denial, today I came to the confirmation that I broke the anterior cross ligament of my right knee. I'm still shocked

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[KFL Members] A Gift for You

Thank you very much for having supporting me. With your support, I can not only create kendo contents but also get motivated to keep going.

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what is the use of Hiraki ashi foot work in Kendo ?

I want to know when we use Hiraki ashi foot work in Kendo ? Is Hiraki ashi foot work using for attack or for defense ? What kind of strike we use when

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Kendo Study: Advantage of the Long Tsuka and Switching Foot Positions in Tsubazeriai

I received a question at [GLD] Hiro's Review: Takahashi senshu vs Korogi senshu by Min. The two questions are answered in the video. If you have questions, please let me know.

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[NL Subscriber] Kendo Study: Connecting the Upper and Lower Body

Kendo Study: Connecting the Upper and Lower Body. This is one idea to connect the upper and lower body.

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Kendo Study Material From Kend-For Life Membership

Kendo Study Material From Kend-For Life Membership to share with you so you and I can study deeply and spread kendo with cultural and historical values together.

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[GLD] Hiro's Review: Iwasa sensei vs Koyama sensei

There are several points that I particularly wanted to share with you. Thanks to your supports, I can also learn these things by sharing them with you. Thanks!

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[PRL] Hiro's Pick: Kurita sensei vs Ura (?) sensei

The video doesn't give much information. I can assure you that the sensei on the right is Kurita sensei but not sure who it is on the left.

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Kendo Wisdom: Shippu Keiso

Kendo Wisdom: Shippu Keiso. This proverb is originally from "Book of the Later Han".

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[PL] Hiro's Review: Iwasa sensei vs Koyama sensei

There are several points that I particularly wanted to share with you. Thanks to your supports, I can also learn these things by sharing them with you. Thanks!

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Podcast 86: What is Rei in Kendo?

What do you think it means by Rei? Is it etiquette or manner? Or it means a bow? I want to share what Sumi sensei (8-dan) says about it from an article in Kendo Jidai Magazine, December 2017 issue.

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Kendo Study: How to Coordinate Strikes and Footwork

In this video, we are going to coordinate our strikes and footwork as naturally as possible. Hope this helps!

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[GLD] Hiro's Review: Takahashi senshu vs Korogi senshu

I quite like this fight. Very different styles but both are so good. I hope you enjoy this too.

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[PRL] Hiro's Pick: Iwasa sensei vs Koyama sensei

An 8-dan tournament final. If my memory is correct, Iwasa sensei won an All Japan Champ once. He is from Keishicho (Tokyo Metropolitan Police) and Koyama sensei is an owner (or CEO) of a bogu shop in Japan and won one of the 8-dan champs before. Enjoy!

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Practice hitting a do strike

Thanks for answering my first question. Currently, I'm trying to practice avoiding bending my left arm most of the time when I do a do strike. My sensei

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