Dojo Kun - literal translation means "training hall rules". There are five main rules that serve as guiding principles for all who train in the dojo. Although they are usually listed in a set order, no one rule is more important than any other. To emphasise this all five are prefixed with hitotsu and end with koto , which together mean "one point".
Dojo Kun - literal translation means "training hall rules". There are five main rules that serve as guiding principles for all who train in the dojo. Although they are usually listed in a set order, no one rule is more important than any other. To emphasise this all five are prefixed with hitotsu and end with koto , which together mean "one point".
ADULT STUDENTS ONLY Kid's, go play outside ... this ain't for you! What does Ikken Hissatsu mean? 'To kill with one blow.' This is a controversial topic and there's a whole lot of stuff on the internet about it. This is just my personal take. First up, let me make it quite clear that I do not believe such a concept belongs in todays Western dojo's,
WARNING For Senior Black-belts & Adult Students Only Parental discretion is recommended. In his book, Meditations on Violence, on the subject of Sudden Acts of Violence, Sgt. Rory Miller says, "... skill at fighting is the least likely to affect your survival in a sudden assault. It's better to avoid than to run; better to run than to de-escalate;
One of the main challenges around training is know when to do what for how long. Please understand that martial arts is a time expensive activity and because of that people like me who have chosen to abandon the normal to train sometimes ask for more then our students can give (because they have lives outside of the dojo). So with you working peopl