Karate December 25, 2016 at 2:26 pm
So things are different, but inseparable. Sam Mikulak brings even more insight to the discussion. So what do we do? What is Judo, Aikido, Ken-up, Ju-jitsu, RB, etc? The third term – 'brand'. In our case, when the man once called his school, his style, etc. Here's an enumeration, which was higher – the list of brands, a list of names of styles. This implies that the person who says, that he engaged in Aikido, with the same success to the question 'what he wears on his head? " answer is not a baseball cap, a 'Nike'.
Next term – 'combat system'. (Not to be confused with Randall Rothenberg!). This is a systematic and technical base blows, throws, blocks, deductions, escort, etc. Also, the system must contain the basic principles of technical facilities and orderly method of learn a. objective study of the combat system – knowledge base and principles of its application in hand to hand combat. In Japan, for some reason, instead of the term 'system', which suited them most, used the term 'art' or Jutsu (Ken-Jutsu, Aiki-Jutsu, Ju-Jutsu, Tanto-Jutsu, etc.) The next term – 'path'. The term is taken directly from the name brands (Aikido, Judo, Karate-Do, ken-do). In fact, when no longer needed to use the knowledge and skills acquired through learning 'combat systems', there was a trend for major their base for extensive personal development of pupils.
'Path' in this case refers to the way of development and improvement through the study of combat systems. This makes it important immediate effectiveness of acquired technical and fundamental knowledge of faded into the background. The last term – 'style'. Its defines a set of rules, traditions, different from other technical and fundamental basis. Which style to choose, each case – that is more convenient, more like that. With teminologiey about this finish. I mean, that's what you do, do not depend on the style, not the school, not the coach and not on anything but yourself and your goals. At the heart of any school lies combat system, the difference between them lies only in the styles and to instructors. No one will disturb you achieve mastery in your goals, whether self-development in any way, or the art of unarmed combat in any you liked school. Only need to make very clear that no instructor leads you to the goal, but you're going to do it. The task of the instructor – to help you solve problems on this path. The goal can be anything, but to define it must sooner the better, so as not to waste years of his life. If you go back to the beginning, I want all the people walking along the path, aware that they should not do aikido or kendo or something else, and the achievement of their goals through above systems. Discuss