Kodokan Goshin Jitsu Kata DVD
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Kodokan Goshin Jitsu DVD.
Professor Kano referred to the three purposes of judo training as "physical education", "learning how to attack and defense", and "moral training." The Kime-no-Kata was created around 1888 to stuy how to attack and defend however with the change in lifestyles, it became necessary to come up with a new set of kata and in 1956, the Kodokan established Goshin Jitsu-a set of 21 self-defense techniques.
The founder of Kodokan Judo, Jigoro Kano referred to the three purposes of Judo training as "physical education", "learning how to attack and defense" and "moral training".
The Kime-no-Kata was created around in 1888 to study how to attack and defense. However, with the change in lifestyles, it became necessary to come up with a new set of kata more suited to the times. Therefore, in 1956, the Kodokan established Goshin Jutsu, a set of 21 self defense techniques, which are divided into two categories Toshu or Against Unarmed Attack and Buki or Against Armed Attack.
Besides providing a demonstration of and commentary on the correct forms of each technique, this video also provides a precise explanation of the main points.
Against Unarmed Attack
I. When hold
II. At a Distance
(Against Armed Attack)
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