Category archive for: gevechtsafstand

LOUIS LENA CONISTA

[NL] – [EN] – English text below A drum meets karate collaboration art and philosophy project. Samenwerking Een samenwerkingsonderzoek met musicus, filosoof, drummer en karatestudent Bartho Staalman en beeldend kunstenaars en karate docenten Thérèse Zoekende en Patrick Koster. We willen nieuwe leermethoden in kaart brengen voor instrumentalisten en muziekproducers voor het bestuderen van ritmiek. Bij…

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Kumite class at ki club.cool: Fill the whole area that you reach with your hands and feet with a fog coming from your heart; that's cool

Kumite class 5: Masahiko Tanaka

Kumite class at ki club.cool @xxxx[{::::::::::> Masahiko Tanaka: Poker Face: the eyes show your own feeling as well as observe your opponent’s. Senses: Through the senses of hearing, sight and touch, people receive information at different speeds. Eyes: Using your eyes deeply, as if they were at the back of your head. Heart: Fill the…

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ki club.cool = karateschool voor traditioneel Shotokan te Amsterdam en Monnickendam sinds 1994 - wachter of the Tōdai Temple

Martialarts mascottes

Mascottes van de Martialarts: The Four Guardians 👹👹👹👹 of the Tōdai Temple, Nara, Japan. Statue in dry clay. ‘Dit is Komoku-ten, the guardian of the west, symbolizes the un of A-un. His expression is that of the spirit of power in reverse.’ (Karate-Do Kyohan, Gichin Funakoshi, blz 246) A & UN: Komoku-ten 👹 met zijn…

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ki club.cool = karateschool voor traditioneel Shotokan te Amsterdam en Monnickendam sinds 1994

Ma-ai (間合い) #2

Ma-ai (間合い) en/of Ma (間). DEEL 2: “The Ma requires advancing and retreating, separating and meeting.” Uit: Karate-do Kyohan, MAXIMS FOR THE KARATE TRAINEE, “Eight important phrases of Karate”. Gichin Funakoshi. foto: Yuru Chara (Japanse mascotte) wurmt zich door een ov-poortje. @ ki club.cool (karateschool Amsterdam)

ki club.cool = karateschool voor traditioneel Shotokan te Amsterdam en Monnickendam sinds 1994

Ma-ai (間合い) #1

Ma-ai (間合い). DEEL 1: Ma-ai (間合い), translating simply “interval”. It is a Japanese martial arts term. The term refers to the space between two opponents in combat. Ma-ai formally involves the “engagement distance”. It is a complex concept, incorporating not just the distance between opponents, but also the time it will take to cross the…

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