GYOKKO RYU DENSHO PDF
This book on Gyokko Ryu Kosshijutsuâ€™ contains all of the kata the school, from kamae to Ge Ryaku No Maki.Â Each Kata has the name in English, Japanese. This “modern” Densho should primarily be regarded as basic manual for daily training. The feature of this book is that the individual motion sequences are. Everything in Ninjutsu is the basics. Whether you’re just beginning to research the art, or a long-time practitioner, the basics form the foundation of your training.
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There is no doubt in my mind that Hatsumi Sensei possesses goykko power in his budo. Anyone who has trained with him can tell you that! But what is it and where does it come from? More importantly, how can YOU develop it as well? Since Gyokko Ryu comes from China and is known as the oldest and most foundational of our 9 schools, it seems the logical place to begin. All are based on yin-yang or in-yo theory – the union of opposites.
Through the solo training exercises we condition and strengthen the entire fascia network, as well as tendons and ligaments, throughout the body. This type of body conditioning changes the way outside forces act on the body. The structure becomes dynamically stable so that applied force can either be distributed throughout the chain and dissipated or, at a higher level, simply reflected right back onto the opponent.
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When force is reflected back this is what is known in Japanese as Yamabiko, or Mountain Echo. Throughout his vast amount of written and video resources, Hatsumi Sensei has gradually released a large amount of material from the densho of the various Bujinkan schools. What I have done is pull out a few references from the Gyokko Ryu kamae that specifically discuss known concepts of internal power training. Below are just a few of them, there are others.
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Chi earth supports and reflects creating a force coming up. Combined, these 2 forces are controlled by Jin man in the middle and manipulated through intent. Again, a known reference throughout Asian martial arts for creating internal power. This classic posture of one hand up, one hand down splitting heaven and earth is seen throughout Asian martial culture as a way of codifying Internal Power training.
Although, even without seeing the pose, the name is a dead giveaway! The bird opening its wings has a feeling of outward expansion, while the snake coiled around it is compressing.
Combined the 2 opposites unite to create a known method of internal power training. In many martial traditions, regardless of whether they are Japanese or Chinese, the solo training exercises required to build Gyokkoo Power and Aiki are secret and passed down to only 1 or 2 students per generation.
This training was considered secret and very high level thus it was usually reserved for only the successor and maybe other senior students. Luckily, this has changed in the past few years and there are now some teachers who are willing to break tradition and teach these things openly. InJon wrote the book, Warrior Fitness: Conditioning for Martial Arts, and since then has created numerous other online training and coaching programs helping people around the world become the strongest, most capable versions of themselves!
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Most if not all Bujinkan teachers I encounter teach taijutsu alone and nothing else. I love that you delve into other areas of training. Check out my Integrated Strength Program at http: Hicho no Kamae “This kamae has the feeling of storing up energy in the entire body, like a bird being wrapped up by a snake.
Why Isn’t This Taught? Who says there are no more secrets left in martial arts???!
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