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To-shin Do Training

send by in data 14 April 2013 in Blog, Posts   , no comment

According to the To-Shin Do training workbook, Enlightened Self-Protection, color belts focus on the following five areas: grappling: throwing, choking, and joint-locking striking: kicking, and punching weapons: stick, blade, cord, and projectile application: handling multiple assailants and surprise attacks preservation: overcoming psychological intimidation or bullying Students practice striking against pads, targets, and instructors clad in protective armor. However, there is no sparring as seen in ring ...


To-shin Do Japanese terminology

send by in data 14 February 2013 in Blog, Posts   , no comment

ashi barai (ash-ee ba-raee) - leg sweep fumikomi (foo-mee-koh-mee) - stamp-in hiza geri (hee-zah geh-ree) - knee kick kakato geri (ka-ka-toh geh-ree) - axe kick kasei geri (ka-say-ee geh-ree) - low force kick kin geri (kin geh-ree) - groin kick maegeri (maeh geh-ree) - front kick mawashi geri (ma-wa-shee geh-ree) - roundhouse kick mikazuki geri (mee-kah-zoo-kee geh-ree) - crescent-moon kick nami gaeshi (na-mee gaeh-shee) - returning wave nidan geri (nee-dan ...