Hello! Shifting weight onto one leg is an important martial arts technique that has multiple purposes. First, shifting the weight onto one leg allows the fighter to quickly react to the opponent’s movements and change the direction of their punches and blocks. When the weight of the body is distributed on two legs, the fighter… Continue reading What is the point of shifting body weight to only one leg in martial arts?
A saving circle
Without a circle – that is, without circularclosed movements – from circle to circleget continuous long movements.Saves you from pause in movement and breathing.When resetting, you have to start overrecruit – form movements.Keep moving and extend it into a circlenecessary at the end of the trajectory –round the movements into a small circle and goto… Continue reading A saving circle
Iaido is a great example for developing the perception of body energy.Feel the movement of this guide. His toes and feet.The toes are slightly raised, the legs in a certain tone are not pinched by the muscles.A harmonious energy background is created, closing the movements in a circle.There are no breaks in movements and muscle… Continue reading Energy Iaido
Who is studying?
How to approach this issue. You tell me I like it, I’m in a different direction.Let’s turn to the result of training – what a person received.And what can you get – titles, dan, etc.Will he get himself in this so-called martial art.Let’s use an example from aikido to explain. Since it’s possiblevisually see on… Continue reading Who is studying?
Evaluate the ease and speed of the master’s movements. There is no feeling of tension in the muscles and shoulder girdle.A person does not show off with his movements, does not spend effort on the formation of a form.Everything is aimed at the other for defense and attack. Look at his airy – “ladies’ hands”hitting… Continue reading Strider Clark
Vietnamese master Hoan Vin Zang
Zang informs that there are “female” and “male” branches of Wing Chun.He refers to his “feminine” branch.Master ZANG draws attention to the need for tension in the shoulders.The video shows that the master has relaxed fingers.Without relaxation of the shoulder of the forearm and hand, high speed will not work.Clamped muscles do not give a… Continue reading Vietnamese master Hoan Vin Zang
Strengthening exercises for arms and legs
Strong hands are the hallmark of almost all systems and schools of self-defense and hand-to-hand combat.Dexterous hands are an indicator of the training system. Ability to control spaceand not allow the opponent to enter the exchange zone. In ancient times, the student was taughtcreate an imaginary protective sphere with his hands, teachers guided his work… Continue reading Strengthening exercises for arms and legs
Mandala Buddy Acenas Very helpful instructor demonstrating basic techniques in action. He has good pauses between movements, which is useful to see and feel for novice students. He has no blurry movements through force. Some instructors make movements through high-speed muscular forces shake the muscles, losing the correct transitions between body positions. And they look… Continue reading Best instructor