Thought some of you guys & gals might like this. [IMG] Jissen Magazine, compliled by Iain Abernthy is available to download via this link. Jissen is a freely distributable PDF magazine, complied by Applied Karate expert Iain Abernethy, featuring many articles from guest writers. Stuart Anslow. Jissen is a free online Martial Arts Magazine which is put together solely with a pragmatic approach to dealing with the Martial Arts. It focuses.
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I have also just bought your book and am really enjoying it thank you: I’m on Iain A. See also Soccer magazines. News update from the world of Ikigai — I am one of the authors in the newest issue of Jissen Magazine.
Despite the serious divide between eclectic arts like Jeet Kune Do, MMA, etc and traditional arts, there are actually more connections than one might think. Issue Six December Contents: Apr 9, Messages: Jissen is Japanese for “actual combat” or “real fighting”. By using this site, you agree to the terms of magazinw. Mar 17, 6. It is hoped that Jissen will become the central publication for a strong community of pragmatic traditionalists and will be instrumental in a return to the core values and practices of the traditional arts.
This hardly sounds like the strict, only-learn-from-me-I-have-the-secrets method we see today does it? Part 2 — The Way of Kata: They may be buried underneath the sands of time, but the realities of classical training are still there for us to unearth.
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Posted By Matthew — 16th June ‘ The sparring for the street and defence against knives has some very useful stuff in them. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Jissen Jissen is Japanese for “actual combat” or “real fighting”. Step away from knee jerk fantasies John Titchen. Just downloaded the pdf and I skimmed through the articles.
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Mar 17, 4. In Japanese, Jissen means actual combat, and is the title chosen for a new magazine mgazine by pragmatic traditionalist Iain Abernethy sensei. I found the magazine to be very interesting and very useful. USA based magazine devoted to Korean martial art Taekwondo. Arthur Chenevey — Tony Somers — D.
Jul 17, That’s one reason why my current subscriptions consist only of Classical Fighting Arts. Inside Kung-Fu focuses on techniques and curriculum of taekwondo, self-defense techniques, free-style sparring, arranged sparring, relaxation, meditation exercises, throwing and falling techniques, mental and ethical discipline, etiquette, and self-confidence. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. I’m always open to new ideas.
Apr 25, Messages: Are They Killing Karate? Mar 16, 2. Dec 22, Messages: Tuohey — Dave Nielsen — J. Furthermore, there were distinct methods of grappling known as Tegumi which were an integral part of the karate curriculum.
Nov 7, Messages: The inverse relationship between price and substance manifest in a comparison of Jissen with Black Beltsay, is Jamie Clubb — Rev. Jul 8, Iain is a strong voice for traditional martial arts in the online community and I was very pleased to be able to contribute to his magazine. Mar magaziine, 7. Provides articles on Asian-based martial arts like Karate, Judo, Aikido, Taekwondo, Taijiquan, Kenjutsu, Shaolinquan, Wushu, also includes martial arts application, history, anthropology, health, medicine, mechanics, and martial arts culture.
Jul 11, Another fact that often shocks modern practitioners is level to which instructors would share students, and encourage them to seek out knowledge from different sources.
Thanks Stuart, I will download. For example, did you know that old-style karate actively encouraged fighting and training from all three ranges, long, mid, and close? You can always hope. Your user name magazinee email address: