Basic Strike Technique

Starting from kamae ensure that you are not holding the mokuju too tightly. Perform the thrust with the hands moving in the straightest line to their final position. As the thrust concludes ensure that you have "shimeru". This is where everything is locked in position. From kamae to strike there should be no extra movements.... Continue Reading →

UK Seminar – June 2017

Ouji Waza and traps: As Jukendo has so few targets there are many trapping techniques where you lead the opponent into perform an attack of your choosing and then perform ouji waza (counter techniques) to deliver your own attack.   Omote harai omote. Take centre by pushing on the right side of the opponents mokuju... Continue Reading →

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