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from all the nine schools to compile this book, and this forms the basis of instruction for all students. The Tenchijin Ryaku No Maki was formulated by Masaaki. The Ten Ryaku No Maki deals with all the principles and technical ability of developing the very special footwork used in The Bujinkan. The Chi Ryaku No Maki. Ten Ryaku no Maki, 天略の巻, the heaven strategy scroll, is the name of the first part of a compilation of Ninjutsu techniques augmented in Bujinkan to facilitate.
Ryuhyo no Kamae draconic leopard posture Ryuhyo Fusetsu no Kamae draconic leopard wind and snow posture Hi no Kamae encircling posture Shoten no Jutsu Art of ascending to Heaven also art of the victorious turn art of running up surfaces.
Not only useful for running up trees, fences or walls, but can also be used to run up a human body. Ukenagashi Blocking parrying soke advises against speed in these actions that might lead to unnatural movement.
Digest the idea of bunting body action. Gankken stubborn or inexorable fist o Conditioning the fists essential that beginners first correctly strike soft things, then semi-hard things and then hard objects. Practice harmonizing fist body striking methods where not extending the arm, one strikes with the fingers and body in accord. A method of conditioning the fists can be used where special secret medicines are applied.
Wrapping straw and cloth around a tree to help toughen the fists Striking ice surfaces Striking rocks with your fists Toughening the forehead with suspended stones Using walnuts to train free use of the shitanken o Types of Fists 1.
Kikaku ken or Zu Tsuki head strike 2. Shuki Ken elbow strike 3. Fudo Ken or Kongo Ken clenched fist or hammer strike 4. Shishin Ken little finger 6. Shitan Ken fingertips together a. Sanshitan Ken b.
Gyokakuken joined horns fist c. Shishitanken quadruple support fist d. Shuken beak fist e. Shanshitanken triple finger end fist 7. Shako Ken claw hand, fingertips and palm heel strike 8. Boshi ken or shito ken thumb strike 9. Shikan ken extended knuckles Tai Ken body, body hurling strikes Tips and tricks Learn more about getting started with this template.
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There are no reviews for the current version of this product Refreshing It contains many changes to the version. Also included is a Kyusho list for the kata and a A-Z terminology to help you with the descriptions. Like in the Pareto distribution it should still respect the ratio no more. Below is the information that should be present in these notices. Leave a Ryqku Cancel reply Enter your comment here This published version of the Tenchijin contains pages and presents three parts: Not tenchijni will we meet someone of this capability.
Those that teach are not following what he is doing……we all train, all the time, and always in the context of following where Soke is at today, not yesterday. But, whatever meanings one applies, the Tenchijin Ryaku no Maki is the foundation of Bujinkan training and should be the focus of study for all students, junior and senior alike. This book contains the basic forms within the Bujinkan Dojo.
Was Gan seki otoshi formerly known as gan seki nage? April 26, at 9: The Tenchijin is only a tool designed to help the practitioner to undda erstand the Bujinkan.
Kihon Happo Kata - eight fundamental forms Koshi Kihon Sanpo - koshijutsu's three fundamental ways 1. Ichimonji no Kamae 2. Hicho no Kamae 3.
Omote Gyaku Dori 5. Ura Gyaku Dori 6. Musha Dori 7. Oni Kudaki 8. Ganseki Nage F.
Shinken Gata Taihenjutsu - basic sword evasion 1. Hira no Kamae - flat posture 2. Ichimonji no Kamae - straight line posture 3. Hajutsu Kyuho - nine methods to escape grabs 1. Te ho doki - wrist grab escape i. Katate - single hand ii. Ryote - two hands 2. Tai ho doki - rear body hug escape 3. Oya Goroshi - "kill the parent" thumb crush 4. Ko Goroshi - "kill the child" little finger crush 5.
Koshi Kudaki - "waist break" throwing counter 6. Happo Keri - eight kicking counters for body grabs i.
Keri Kudaki - leg destroyer 8. Ken Kudaki - fist destroyer 9. Henka Kudaki - variations B. Gyaku Gi - reversal techniques 1. Take Ori - break the bamboo 2. Omote Gyaku - outside twist 3.
Ura Gyaku - inside twist 4. Hon Gyaku - base reversal 5. Omote Onikudaki - outside demon destroyer 6. Ura Onikudaki - inside demon destroyer 7. Musha Dori - capture the warrior 8.
Muso Dori - twin warrior capture 9.
Oh Gyaku - great reversal C. Nage Kata - throwing forms 1. Ganseki Nage - throwing the big rock i. Ganseki Otoshi - rock drop ii. Ganseki Oshi - rock press iii. Ganseki Ori - rock press 2. Harai Goshi - hip sweep 3. Gyaku Nage - reverse throw 4. Taki Otoshi - water fall drop 5. Osoto Gake - great outside hook 6. Uchimata Uchigake - inside thigh hook 7.
Hanei Goshi Nage - snapping hips throw 8. Itami Nage - painful throw 9. Ryu Sui Iki - flowing water i. Tomoe Nage - whirl throw ii. Tachi Nage - standing flow iii. Yoko Nagare - sideways flow iv. Temakura - hand pillow v. Kuruma Nage - wheel throw D.
Shime Waza - choking techniques 1. Hon Jime - basic choke 2. Gyaku Jime - reverse choke 3. Itami Jime - painful choke 4. Sankaku Jime - triangular choke 5.