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About four years ago Carl not compulsory we start using the Bogu at some point in our kumite (sparring practice). This fashion was urbanized in Okinawa and then found its way into mainland Japan and in the end to the U. S. where only a few clubs still do this. And even in those clubs, only a few members do it. I know there is other gear out there that looks alike and I have used most of what's available. But it does not bestow you with almost the same by and large appearance that the bogu does. Rules in bogu education - Any punch, any kick, save foot stomps, a air strike to the spine and to the back of the neck. Throws and leg kicking is definitely allowed. Use, dare I say, your commonsense.

What is the instruction like?

When you fight, you just go and beat the crap out of each other. This is the point. Sure, you look to get that "One Shot One Kill" but you have to train in a way that prepares you for reality. If you train to stop after that first shot- you are budding a habit that will come back to haunt you. You at all times train three techniques ahead.

Immediately, you will find out what works and what doesn't work. Depending on the drill, every now and then we do rounds, from time to time 10 agree with bursts. There's a hardly stalking- but when you go, it's like two contents trains smashing into one another. You hit, you get hit, you lock up, you knee and you throw- great stuff. One of the first belongings you will announcement is that when you punch or kick the hard surfaces of the bogu- it hurts. A body will feel like a barb bed compared to a bogu. But, after a while- it doesn't hurt. Then you can start exceedingly throwing some lead!

You will also see what strikes have an air and which ones do not. If you can back a guy up with the bogu on or ring his bell a bit- probability are it's a good shot. If you graze him, he keeps advent and you have to keep fighting.

The bogu also teaches you to keep fighting! Minor gear will cause you to slow down and stop when equipment get critical. Or stop when one character scores the point. Scoring a point does not mean the fight has ended. It's only a symbolic demonstration of it. It's not literal.

Wearing the bogu allows you to take punishment exclusive of being badly hurt- save the fat lip, sore legs, fingers, toes or sore jaw. You will get used to the shock of being hit. This will permit you to carry on in that harsh background of combat and it will allow you to absorb as much destruction as possible. I have seen associates advance other clothes that allow you to feel nothing. This isn't exceedingly good either. It takes away the risk dynamic and all you have is two supermen in succession into one a different with out any fear of pain. Plus it takes away the body conditioning element. As always, assignment caution and work at a level you can handle. When early with ancestors who haven't done it before- take it a diminutive easy so they can get used to it. After a fasten times- then you can blast 'em.

The MEN (Head Piece) of the bogu is enormously claustrophobic. This is an first-rate way of replicating the appearance of tunnel eyesight and frustration you feel when you are the hormonal stress of combat. Don't talk to me about a bit for MACHO or even Shureido- except it's got the grill, it ain't biting it.

The head piece also provides neck and chin armor that avant-garde head-gear do not. Again, the chest bodyguard is HARD. This is central to advance power and clause your weapons.

Can you tell who wins and who loses? Well if the guy quits you win. If you quit, you loose. But that's not the point. IT'S THE TRAINING. It's the befit of fighting like this that you want; the by and large instruction air NOT award-winning a game. Sure there are event rules, but that will force you to stop when you ought to be fighting!! It's the ambiance of the fight, the punishment and the brunt that counts. It's big business with the confines of the bogu. Just the austere fact that your exercise partner no longer has a face and is replaced by this samurai from hell is worth the price of admission.

Is it cheap, no- but do you value good exercise or do you want to used that foamed hollow crap. It's up to you. This stuff will last you a life time. If you can easy target I mean induce some ancestors to invest- take the plunge. Go to http://www. bogubag. com/Bogu/Karate_Bogu/karate_bogu. html. Get the accepted "Do" and "Tare", a set of grappling gloves a good cup, knee pads, the good old white, cheap shin and in accordance pads and a hachi maki or a bandanna. You don't need a mouth piece- the bogu will keep you mouth shut. I don't think Bogu bag knows I am recommending the link- but, it's good stuff.

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Damian Ross is the owner of Zenshin and lecturer of Tekkenryu jujutsu and Kodokan Judo. He in progress competing in the antagonistic sport of wrestling in 1975 at the age of 7 and began his study of Asian belligerent arts with Moo Duk Kwan Tae Kwon Do at the age of 16 in 1984. In 1989, Shinan Cestari gave a colloquium at Sensei Ross's dojo. Sensei Ross has skilled under Shinan Cestari's administration ever since. In addendum to Tekkenryu Jujutsu, Judo and Tae Kwon Do, Sensei Ross has also considered Bando. Sensei Ross continues his study of Judo under the aim of 8th amount black belt Yoshisada Yonezuka and Tekkenryu Jujutsu under it's founder, Carl Cestari. Below are is a list of some of his title ranks Yodan (fourth gradation black belt) Tekkenryu Jujutsu under Carl Cestari Shodan (First amount black belt) Kodokan Judo under Yoshisada Yonezuka Varsity Wrestling Lehigh Academic world under Thad Turner 2nd Extent Black Belt Tae Kwon Do


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