Kendo Basics Series: Tandoku Dosa: Kyodo Strikes

Kyodo Strikes for Better Coordination This kyodo uchi video introduces a method to practice coordination called kyodo uchi.

It is very important for you to coordinate your arms and footwork so you can make your movement smoother and powerful.

Kyodo means “movement” and there are 3 types of kyodo uchi.

 

  • ikkyodo
  • nikyodo
  • sankyodo

Ikkyodo is one movement, nikyodo is two movements and sankyodo is three movements.

Some points you must pay attention:

  • Pay attention to coordination¬†
  • Do it slowly so you can check what you are actually doing
  • Think about ki-ken-tai-icchi

Now watch the video to learn it in detail!

Kendo Basics Series: Tandoku Dosa: Kyodo Strikes

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