Learning natural alignment of your body versus using muscular strength allows you to create power and cover as you move from kamae to kamae.
Do Nothing To Win uses Inashi Gata, a training drill from the historical tradition of Koto Ryu Koppojutsu, to show how proper alignment of your weapons in kamae is more effective than muscular force. And if there is some music playing makes for a great line dance…
In this lesson you learn to allow your natural alignment in kamae tell you the right place to be when defending against an attack.
Proper kamae gives you the ability to move around multiple axes in your body allowing you to determine the appropriate response in a situation.
The easiest way to maintain kamae and not use muscular force while fighting is to simply walk. This lesson takes you through the steps necessary to understand this concept.
Learn to use locks effectively by simply moving through space in kamae instead of trying to force the technique.
The idea of using your kamae properly aligned instead of muscular force takes you from fighting another to controlling the space around them in order to control the situation.