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I'm 16, I'm relatively unfit, and I have asthma. I get tired during our two-hour intense practice, which causes me to become sloppy and make a lot of mistakes,
I have a question regarding two strikes with which I have had some success in the past. I have never seen these strikes used or described and I am starting
Hi sensei, my name is Hui Shen, I want your opinions on my theory of seme. Seme for me is any actions that we do in order to make our opponent have a reaction.
Hello Is there a place I can send my do dai to have heri-kawa and Mune leather replaced Thank you B
Miyamoto Musashi was the Samurai in the late 1500’s and early 1600”s. I think he died in the 1640’s if I remember right, but he is the original source
Before I started kendo I was quite shy and got nervous/stressed quite easily. After practicing kendo for a while I started to notice numerous benefits
I would like to host Kendo classes twice a week for up to 20 students in a dojo that is not yet built. My question is how much square footage do I need
Imafuji-sensei, my name is Charles, I hope you can assist. I have been training for two years and have found a flaw in my fundamentals. Due to the work
Our training sessions are 2 hours long and quite intense, and the problem I'm having is that it's hard to last till the end when I'm sparring as I'm usually
Kendo Kata No.8 Kodachi No.1 Men Ukenagashi Men is explained here.
I believe that it is generally true that to see who a person truly is, or what a person truly believes, you have to observe them during hard and dark times.
I have started my training for the first time in the last week. I have always suffered from dropped arches (flatfoot) also I have fractured my left foot
I have been doing Kendo for 2 years, about 1 time a week (our current situation here does not allow for more than that). One of my main problems is that
I have the opportunity to practice with a Kendo group in Japan. They practice in the same Dojo used by my Sensei for another budo, and he has offered to
Hello, Hiro (I hope this is not too informal, sensei seems a bit much seeing as I've only just started learning about kendo and do not know you personally).