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DVD Judo: THE Secrets OF ODO Judo - Sutemi Waza...
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Once again Okada Sensei comes through with a DVD that will be around for years to come teaching the gentle art of Judo as he was taught by his teachers Mifune, Daigo, Kotani and his number 1 teacher Oda Sensei who taught him the okuden or secret technique

Anbieter: Rakuten
Stand: 31.05.2020
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Shihan Bill Marsh, English Version
28,99 € *
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Sensei Bill Marsh has devoted his life to karate. From the beginning of the sixties in the US until today, Sensei Marsh has trained Karate Do, Kobudo and Tai Chi Chuan. He has hundreds of students in Germany, France and Greece. In his karate studies, he has changed his system three times, until he came to Shorinji Ryu of O‘Sensei Richard Kim, Hanshi. From the contents: ”The club was newly opened and was in operation for only a few months. The Judo club had been opened for six months but the Karate club was just beginning, explained the club director. He told me I should start with the karate training and could then switch to Judo training if I did not have any fun. The Karate instructor was not present on that day. I registered for karate training and did not think about Judo again. We were 10 students at the beginning and trained two times a week.”

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 31.05.2020
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Human Equation
24,90 CHF *
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THE HUMAN EQUATION Values x Belief System = Quality of Life A WAY TO UNDERSTANDING YOURSELF AND LIFE THE SECRET OF UNIFYING THE MIND AND BODY THE NATURALS WAY TO DEVELOP YOUR MENTAL AND PHYSICAL POTENTIAL This book is a classical study of the human mind and how it works in its relationship with values and belief systems. Exercises are provided so that values can be tested and physical powers developed. The human equation teaches you how to effectively handle stress, anxiety, tension, and problems. The author of the Human Equation is Sensei Kirk Ellis. He began his philosophical training in 1960 with the martial arts. He holds a third-degree black belt in judo and a fifth-degree belt in karate. Since 1972, he has used the philosophical concepts of the martial arts to teach self-improvement programs, management trainings, and special metaphysical seminars. As a teacher, psychology major, and martial artist, he combined the Eastern and Western philosophies and created philosophical pop-a new style of music. Currently, he directs the black belt training program for Kenju Studios, which he founded. He gives self-improvement seminars and lectures. For seminars, lectures, or correspondence, write to Kenju Productions, PO Box 254, Madera, California 93639.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 31.05.2020
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Eight Times Up
7,90 CHF *
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Ever since his mom left, Riley has been a mess. He feels nervous all the time. His heart pounds, his neck is tight, and he can't seem to turn off his brain. His dad signs him up for aikido, hoping it will help. In the dojo, Riley meets boys who are much rougher than he is and a girl who is tougher than all the rest of them put together. For Wafaa, aikido is not her first choice. She was disqualified from competing in judo for wearing a hijab. From the first time she steps on the mat, it's clear she is far more skilled than anyone expected. Through the teachings of their sensei, Riley and his classmates come to understand that aikido is not about winning or losing or about being perfect. Sensei shows them how to tap into their inner strength and find their place in the universe.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 31.05.2020
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Musings of a Budo Bum
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'The techniques are really a vessel for carrying all the things that are budo...' Most books about martial arts (budo) focus on techniques, although some tell the history, and a few wax philosophical. It is rare indeed to discover a book that so fluently combines all this within the broader context of culture and lifestyle, and does so in such a humble, engaging, and accessible way. 'Budo Bum Anthology' is a book that answers not so much 'how' or 'what' as it does 'why?' Why call budo teachers 'sensei'? Why do we bow? Why kata? Why keep training? Peter Boylan, aka the Budo Bum, has achieved high rank in several martial arts - judo, iaido, jodo, and more-spending decades immersed within budo, straddling the worlds and cultures of Japan and America, and translating between them. In these essays, the reader is invited to walk alongside a quiet man who thinks deeply about the worlds in which budo was created and is practiced, and who brings the meaning of 'all the things that are budo' into our daily lives. CONTENTS Introduction Getting Started Do you have to study in Japan to understand budo? Etiquette: Form and sincerity in budo Sensei, Kyoshi, Hanshi, and Shihan: budo titles and how (not) to use them Different ranks in martial arts? Zanshin Budo Do versus Jutsu (¿¿¿) What kata isn't Trust in the dojo Training Training, motivation, and counting training time in decades instead of years The most effective martial art The dojo as the world: learning to deal with violence and power Budo and responsibility Investing in failure The spirit of learning Training hard and training well are not the same thing When it comes to training, fast is slow and slow is fast Getting out of the comfort zone There are no advanced techniques Essentials The most essential principles in budo: Structure The most essential principles in budo: Spacing The most essential principles in budo: Timing Philosophy The only things I teach are how to walk and how to breathe Budo expectations and realities: understanding the limits of what we study Will budo training make me a better person? Budo as a 'professional skill' and professionalism in budo Budo training and budo philosophy How to adapt an art form to fit you Is kata too rigid and mechanical?

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 31.05.2020
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Human Equation
12,99 € *
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THE HUMAN EQUATION Values x Belief System = Quality of Life A WAY TO UNDERSTANDING YOURSELF AND LIFE THE SECRET OF UNIFYING THE MIND AND BODY THE NATURALS WAY TO DEVELOP YOUR MENTAL AND PHYSICAL POTENTIAL This book is a classical study of the human mind and how it works in its relationship with values and belief systems. Exercises are provided so that values can be tested and physical powers developed. The human equation teaches you how to effectively handle stress, anxiety, tension, and problems. The author of the Human Equation is Sensei Kirk Ellis. He began his philosophical training in 1960 with the martial arts. He holds a third-degree black belt in judo and a fifth-degree belt in karate. Since 1972, he has used the philosophical concepts of the martial arts to teach self-improvement programs, management trainings, and special metaphysical seminars. As a teacher, psychology major, and martial artist, he combined the Eastern and Western philosophies and created philosophical pop-a new style of music. Currently, he directs the black belt training program for Kenju Studios, which he founded. He gives self-improvement seminars and lectures. For seminars, lectures, or correspondence, write to Kenju Productions, PO Box 254, Madera, California 93639.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 31.05.2020
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Eight Times Up
7,19 € *
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Ever since his mom left, Riley has been a mess. He feels nervous all the time. His heart pounds, his neck is tight, and he can't seem to turn off his brain. His dad signs him up for aikido, hoping it will help. In the dojo, Riley meets boys who are much rougher than he is and a girl who is tougher than all the rest of them put together. For Wafaa, aikido is not her first choice. She was disqualified from competing in judo for wearing a hijab. From the first time she steps on the mat, it's clear she is far more skilled than anyone expected. Through the teachings of their sensei, Riley and his classmates come to understand that aikido is not about winning or losing or about being perfect. Sensei shows them how to tap into their inner strength and find their place in the universe.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 31.05.2020
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Musings of a Budo Bum
10,70 € *
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'The techniques are really a vessel for carrying all the things that are budo...' Most books about martial arts (budo) focus on techniques, although some tell the history, and a few wax philosophical. It is rare indeed to discover a book that so fluently combines all this within the broader context of culture and lifestyle, and does so in such a humble, engaging, and accessible way. 'Budo Bum Anthology' is a book that answers not so much 'how' or 'what' as it does 'why?' Why call budo teachers 'sensei'? Why do we bow? Why kata? Why keep training? Peter Boylan, aka the Budo Bum, has achieved high rank in several martial arts - judo, iaido, jodo, and more-spending decades immersed within budo, straddling the worlds and cultures of Japan and America, and translating between them. In these essays, the reader is invited to walk alongside a quiet man who thinks deeply about the worlds in which budo was created and is practiced, and who brings the meaning of 'all the things that are budo' into our daily lives. CONTENTS Introduction Getting Started Do you have to study in Japan to understand budo? Etiquette: Form and sincerity in budo Sensei, Kyoshi, Hanshi, and Shihan: budo titles and how (not) to use them Different ranks in martial arts? Zanshin Budo Do versus Jutsu (¿¿¿) What kata isn't Trust in the dojo Training Training, motivation, and counting training time in decades instead of years The most effective martial art The dojo as the world: learning to deal with violence and power Budo and responsibility Investing in failure The spirit of learning Training hard and training well are not the same thing When it comes to training, fast is slow and slow is fast Getting out of the comfort zone There are no advanced techniques Essentials The most essential principles in budo: Structure The most essential principles in budo: Spacing The most essential principles in budo: Timing Philosophy The only things I teach are how to walk and how to breathe Budo expectations and realities: understanding the limits of what we study Will budo training make me a better person? Budo as a 'professional skill' and professionalism in budo Budo training and budo philosophy How to adapt an art form to fit you Is kata too rigid and mechanical?

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 31.05.2020
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