Takenochi Ryu Jujitsu

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Brian,

Thanks for sharing. The kata/demonstration reminded me of some of the Shinen Ryu kata as taught by Shishido Sensei.
 
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Thanks Mark. You know it is really cool how these videos are out there and available to view on the internet now. We are truly in a new age and this is one of the exciting things about it.
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Thanks Mark. You know it is really cool how these videos are out there and available to view on the internet now. We are truly in a new age and this is one of the exciting things about it.
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I suspect someone could put together a very respectable `home study' course on fine-tuning MA techs using nothing but publically available videos, at this point. And it's only going to get better as both the technology improves and people learn how to exploit it more effectively...
 
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More Takenochi Ryu Video Clips!

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I suspect someone could put together a very respectable `home study' course on fine-tuning MA techs using nothing but publically available videos, at this point. And it's only going to get better as both the technology improves and people learn how to exploit it more effectively...

While I am not a proponent of home study by any means. One could collect a nice library of techniques to view.
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If one was very advanced one could possibly pick up some of the minute details that make the techniques applicable as well.

No doubt there will be more and more videos put out on youtube, google, etc. This is a revolutionary thing happening because as early as four years ago none of this was available.
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If one was very advanced one could possibly pick up some of the minute details that make the techniques applicable as well.

This was what I wasn thinking about. Nothing for beginners! But if you wanted to do something on various applications of blocking movements, or on technique `flow', for people who already had a substantial amount of MA under their belts, to show new possibilities or ways of fine-tuning the apps (eg, with this kind of lock, rotate the gripping hand this way), there are now reseources on the net that exhibit the techs dynamically. This will always be a problem with the printed pagethe real-time flow of positioning just can't be depicted.

Of course, it would really help if in future it were easier to slo-mo these vids! :wink1:
 

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Yea the knowledge is there but being able to fully understand everything is what would be lacking
 
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This was what I wasn thinking about. Nothing for beginners! But if you wanted to do something on various applications of blocking movements, or on technique `flow', for people who already had a substantial amount of MA under their belts, to show new possibilities or ways of fine-tuning the apps (eg, with this kind of lock, rotate the gripping hand this way), there are now reseources on the net that exhibit the techs dynamically. This will always be a problem with the printed pagethe real-time flow of positioning just can't be depicted.

Of course, it would really help if in future it were easier to slo-mo these vids! :wink1:

I can absolutely agree. Particularly with the future brining slow motion to youtube, etc.
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I can absolutely agree. Particularly with the future brining slow motion to youtube, etc.
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We can but await the day...

... but the next great frontier will be the minizaturization of holographic imaging technologies so that you can see 3-D motion `on' your laptop. That will open up a whole new universe of instructional possibilities... almost a scary thought!
 
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We can but await the day...

... but the next great frontier will be the minizaturization of holographic imaging technologies so that you can see 3-D motion `on' your laptop. That will open up a whole new universe of instructional possibilities... almost a scary thought!

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If one was very advanced one could possibly pick up some of the minute details that make the techniques applicable as well.

As a person who has visited and trained in a Takenouchi-ryu dojo in Japan, I would have to beg to differ. There are certain habits and rather subtle and unseen in these clips, including body transference and weight distribution.

Each koryu jujutsu ryuha has a certain system or theory of body movement which is individual and has a totally different feel when applied. The minute details, you might be able to kind of imitate, but without actually feeling the proper way in which it is done, you can't really get it. That's even with a good few years training in MA.
 

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With all due respect, these clips show so little of the school that you would be barely scratching the surface by studying them. You would learn more from watching MMA fights or a Ninjer movie..
The kata done in these videos are not those that are taught, but those that are shown for enbu. They are changed, sometimes significantly, often just slightly to remove the "heart" of the kata, and while you could do them and think it wonderfully close to "real life Takeuchi Ryu" you would not be doing anymore than slightly violent Judo..
You could do it..But you're far better off with what you already do..
They are good videos..But they are not training tools and if you use them as such you will create only your own version of something that you do not understand..
Training is training..Videos are videos..
Like Steve said, there's only one way to know what is happening in those videos..And watching it won't teach you.
 
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