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The Rules of Kendo - EXPLAINED!

Ninh explains - The Rules of Kendo. This is a Japanese Martial Art and Sport based upon Samurai Swordsmanship or Kenjutsu. It’s contested worldwide and is popular in Japan.

Specific to International Kendo Federation Rules - watch this short beginner’s tutorial video guide on how Kendo is played, Kendo rules, and how to play Kendo
Learn about ippon, men, kote, do, tare, zanshin, ki, ken, tai, tie, shinai, sword and more.

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Music: ‘Imperial Theme’ by Great Japanese Empire, ‘Samurai Warrior’ by Derek Fiechter
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5 Things You NEED to Know Before Starting KENDO!

In this video Andy talks you through 5 things you NEED to know before taking up the Japanese Martial Art - KENDO.

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64th All Japan Kendo Championships — Final

64th All Japan Kendo Championships
November 3, 2016 - Nippon Budokan

Final
Katsumi (Kanagawa) vs. Kunitomo (Fukuoka)
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How to Begin Your Training in Kendo? Part I

The new version in HD at
Kendo Basics I:

A kendo lesson video to learn the kendo bascis. In this kendo instruction video, you can learn how to begin your training. It includes

- Etiquette in Seiza
- Draw Your Sword
- How to Sit in Sonkyo
- Take a Close Look at Sonkyo

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Alexa Bliss unloads on Bayley with a kendo stick: Raw, May 15, 2017

The Goddess of WWE brutalizes The Huggable One with an unforgiving instrument.

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Practice Kendo At Home

How do we practice kendo at home? What are the important things when you train kendo at home?

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Kendo training is similar to katana (sword) trainining. You can use the sword or bokken (bokuto) or shinai.

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KENDO: A ARTE MARCIAL SAMURAI | MINHA PRIMEIRA AULA

(#138) Nesse episódio eu mostro minha primeira aula de #KENDO, que aconteceu no Shofukan ACE Saúde – Jardim da Saúde. O kendo é uma #ARTEMARCIAL japonesa inspirada nas técnicas de samurais do Japão. Kendô literamente significa caminho da espada em japonês. É a arte da tradicional esgrima japonesa que foi desenvolvida pelos Samurais, tendo as suas origens nas diversas técnicas de luta com espada refinadas por centenas de anos de combate e estudo, o #KENJUTSU. O Kendô lida com as habilidades físicas e mentais necessárias para o confronto. O objetivo do Kendô não é apenas desenvolver a habilidade física de luta, mas também os aspectos morais e espirituais que podem eventualmente serem aplicadas na vida real. No Japão, é uma das mais disseminadas artes marciais, mas é também popular nos Estados Unidos, Coréia, Europa e também no Brasil, que tem a honra de ter alguns dos melhores Kendocas do mundo. Apesar de existir desde muito tempo, ela é considerada moderna porque foi desenvolvida a partir de técnicas tradicionais ainda mais antigas do país oriental. A prática se espalhou pelo mundo junto com os imigrantes japoneses e chegou ao Brasil por volta de 1908. O combate é feito com espadas, normalmente de bambu, e o treinamento visa o aperfeiçoamento da arte marcial, não a vitória em si. Os atletas devem atingir alguns locais do corpo do adversário (cabeça, pulso, pescoço e peito) e a vitória acontece quando o combatente consegue atingir duas vezes consecutivas um desses alvos ou três deles em cinco minutos. Há também diversas graduações na arte marcial e, durante os exames, a aplicação das técnicas de combate são observadas e julgadas.
Existem três tipos de espada: a shinai, de bambu, a bokotu, de madeira e a katana, de lâmina. No início, o atleta aprende a arte marcial utilizando a espada de bambu, que é a mais comum. A mudança de espadas normalmente acontece após as mudanças de nível dentro das graduações. Os trajes necessários para prática do kendo são o hakama (pernas) e keikogi (tronco). É necessário se atentar às cores dos trajes, já que apenas três são as permitidas. As roupas brancas normalmente são para as mulheres, o azul escuro (padrão) e o preto, este utilizado nos maiores níveis. Além das roupas, é necessário também usar uma máscara para kendo, que protege o rosto dos golpes do adversário. O bogu, a armadura, pode ser utilizada desde o começo dos treinos.
Durante os combates, os lutadores devem tentar atingir quatro regiões do adversário: a cabeça, o peito, o pescoço e o pulso. Cada uma dessas regiões vale um ponto. Entretanto, não é apenas conseguir atingir os alvos que é importante. A técnica e a qualidade do golpe também são avaliadas. Para vencer, o atleta deve atingir duas vezes consecutivas um desses alvos no adversário ou deve atingir três desses alvos em cinco minutos.
Não existem faixas de cor para diferenciar a graduação, como acontece em algumas artes marciais, como judô. As graduações do kendo são expressas como “título”. Para realizar os exames, é necessário ser federado e existem diferentes frentes que variam de acordo com a graduação pretendida. Os níveis vão 1º dan ao 8º dan, sendo esta a graduação máxima.

Shofukan ACE Saúde
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Eu sou Henrique Merloto. Tenho me dedicado as artes marciais desde 2010. Nesses anos de treinamento, já pratiquei e experimentei diversos estilos de luta, tais como Jiu Jitsu, Muay Thai, Boxe, Taekwondo, Capoeira, Kick Boxing, MMA, Aikido, Judo, Wrestling, Kung Fu, Wing Chun, Sanda, Shaolin Quan, Jeet Kune Do, Sumô, Kendo, Esgrima, HEMA, Kali, Silat, Ninjutsu, Karatê, Shotokan, Kyokushin Kai, Krav Magá, Sambo, Savate, Hapkido, além de Parkour, entre outros.
Acredito que um verdadeiro artista marcial tem que ser completo, física, técnica e mentalmente. Por esse motivo, no meu canal você verá meu estilo de vida nas artes marciais, com técnicas de combate, treinos de fortalecimento na musculação, calistenia e também dicas de alimentação saudável.

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Nihon Kendo Kata - Kendo World Keiko-kai (2012)

Filmed at the Kendo World Keiko-kai in Tokyo, 2012

Kendo in High Speed Camera(Slow Motion)

This Kendo clip is from Japan Public Broadcasting's documentary on A Human's reaction ablitiy.The show includeded a short track start,Pro Baseball batter and Light weight Boxcer as well.
Interest thing about the show was that former studies suggested that Human
can not react no faster than 0.2 second limted bb the speed of electric pulse running through eye - frontal cortex brain - the body muscle..But, new sport analysis studis found
some athletes could react in less than 0.2 second.
Mr. Tanakanabe had much better reactive ability than Mr. Teramoto's. But,
he could not catch up Teramoto's Men already released before his.
Takanabe mentioned in his interview later that He froze for a moment when
Teramoto change his move from aiming DO to MEM. This split second frozen
moment made his defeat. The narration concluded the segment stating that
Takanabe won in reactive superiority, but Teramoto won in Kendo.
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Hidehisa Nishimura English Documentary | The Spirit of Kendo - Path of No Regret | 己に挑む六番勝負~剣道・西村英久

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Kendo lessons of Chiba Masashi vol. 1【SEME, BREAK AND STRIKE】⎪千葉仁の剣道授業【攻めて崩して打つ】

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Chiba Masashi / Born in Miyagi prefecture in 1944. After graduating from Kogotanourin High School, he was hired by the Metropolitan Police Department. 3 All Japan Championship titles, 2 World team Championship titles, 4 National Police Team Championship titles, 1 National Sports Tournament Title, 1 Meiji village Kendo Championship title. Former occupation; the Metropolitan Police Department honorary teacher Kendo, Hitotsubashi University Instructor. Hanshi 8th dan.

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Kendo vs Kenjutsu

kenjitsu fight with wooden swords

Manila Kendo Club

The Manila Kendo Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to spread and advance kendo in the Philippines. This video is an introduction of typical club activities, such as keiko, kata practice and shiai.

【剣道 Kendo】ライバルには教えたくない「足づかい」2/3 【百秀武道具店 Hyakusyu 】The Kendo foot movement

手刺し専門、百秀武道具店のウガ店長です。
★HPも見てるだけで楽しいですよ〜



★まだ当店の無料カタログを貰ってない人は今すぐ!

驚きの新聞紙サイズの大きなカタログ写真で見る価値アリ!!



▼コチラもぜひご覧ください▼

①店長はこんな人~
②剣道具ギャラリー
③当店の剣道具はここが違う!


━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━
①店長はこんな人~
━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━
★店長はこんな人〜


★見てはいけない店長ブログ


★お店のアクセス・地図


★店長の悲しい過去・・・


★店長の使命!




━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━
②剣道具ギャラリー
━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━
★百年防具 面 ギャラリー


★百年防具 胴 ギャラリー


★百年防具 甲手 ギャラリー


★百年防具 垂 ギャラリー


★極上家紋入


★胴胸人気ランキング!


★変り塗胴台ランキング!



━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━
③当店の剣道具はここが違う!
━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━
★百年防具の実力!


★3Dスキャナによる面の計測


★「フィットスキャン3D」開発物語


★購入前の見本防具のレンタル


★価格/ご注文
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Kendo vs Fencing

2009.11.25 Hungary,Miskolc /Mushin Kendo Klub/

Just Fun! :D

Naoki Eiga vs. Nito Kendo (Matthew Raymond)

Footage taken during 11th World Kendo Championship, Naoki Eiga vs Matthew Raymond in team match (Japan vs. Canada).

Trận Chung Kết Kendo - Kiếm đạo Nhật Bản

55th All Japan Kendo Championship - nitouryu (two swords)

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KENDO KOREA J.Y.JO HIGHLIGHT 검도 조진용 하이라이트

국가대표 조진용 선수 하이라이트
KOREA J.Y.JO HIGHLIGHT
#剣道 #九州学院 #筑波大 #剣道部
#검도 #검도득점 #검도득점영상 #검도포인트 #검도S2
#검도시합 #검도경기
#KENDO #IPPON #KENDOS2

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