Lightsaber Combat Training - the way of the Warrior

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07 Feb 2016 16:03 #226935 by

remo wrote: :( dear jake_sato
i have looked at your work and you have worked hard on it and done a good job


Thank you! :D

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07 Feb 2016 16:07 - 07 Feb 2016 16:11 #226937 by

JLSpinner wrote: I'm excited to see your thoughts on form 7. This the form I use combined with form 1. It's actually kind of my own form. I took from them and my own experience.


Juyo - Darth Maul and Master Windu (Mastery)

I happen to think this form, as many of Jedi do. As one of balance. Balance between the raw power of the force, and grace the light casts. Juyo was used with great effect by Master Windu in the clone wars due to its preferred environment, of no one around you - you need to care for - to properly use.

It is a very advanced technique, which drifts very close to the dark side of the force. ** AND IS NOT recommended for Padawan level or even KNIGHT level Jedi. Mastery requires Mastery of this form. As this form is very violent, and violating a pillar of our code... There is no emotion there is peace... Using passion for good requires the trait of Mastery. A Jedi Master. One who stands in the face of darkness, only to cast the greatest of lights. Master Yoda.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0PTN9vyF9g - Theory Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w14Yz0mlCKU - Jensarri Form Video - JEDI PATH



When, understand, as Yoda does. Ready you are, for Juyo Training.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdSw1LqpU_s
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11 Feb 2016 13:36 #227842 by
Form 2 - Makashi - The Way of the Ysalamiri,

"Masters of Form II develop unique offenses and defenses, and trained studiously against having their weapon taken or damaged."
―Cin Drallig on Form II


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fbJpvfUt9_M&list=PLS1aPjxqcONfIGO4VGMnnoou0Gl7GPMrC&index=1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3dvPhZdcyk&index=2&list=PLS1aPjxqcONfIGO4VGMnnoou0Gl7GPMrC
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OVBdlqy73k&list=PLS1aPjxqcONfIGO4VGMnnoou0Gl7GPMrC&index=3
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=49WreYRcLAU&index=4&list=PLS1aPjxqcONfIGO4VGMnnoou0Gl7GPMrC


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Makashi offers a duelist perspective. One of calm and control designed for lightsaber duelists. Students intending to study Makashi need to be very much focused on the duel between two swordsman, and generally must allow themselves to see the form as more of an art than as a means to an end – the majority of those that practice Makashi generally remain true to the form, studying no other form than the Shii-Cho. In a physical sense, Makashi is also one of the least demanding of the forms, with the focus on stability and counter-attack rather than kinetic energies or strength.

Noted Practitioners: Cin Drallig, Master Siphadias, Count Dooku, Darth Vader
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12 Feb 2016 14:33 - 12 Feb 2016 14:35 #228184 by
FORM 9 - the way of the TAUNTAUN

After being approached by those bound by chair, or bed. With the common question - how do i train as a Jedi, being differently able'd?

Being bound to a chair or bed no longer will effect your Jedi Life. You CHOOSE to live higher than an eagle can sore. Allow me to assist you with this tasking. YOU are a warrior, in your heart. Regardless of weight, disability or condition. Live forever in the time you have together. I have begun the arduous task of creating a lightsaber form for those of different abilities. Relying heavily on force power, this form will allow one in a chair as well as bed to defend themselves indefinitely, and even toss a counter attack in every now and then! (my videos are being shot, with the assistance of some friends)
TDB relase

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPXi_kcUApw

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHZJxFej4yA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1z-m9wsm4k

The force is with you - that much is sure. Now let it flow through every part of you, and become one with the force.

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JUDGE ME BY MY SIZE DO YOU? Yoda giggles... Remember the (ALAMO) Clone Wars
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12 Feb 2016 15:30 #228189 by
How sturdy is a real Lightsaber for practical self defense?

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12 Feb 2016 15:49 - 12 Feb 2016 15:55 #228193 by

Rickie wrote: How sturdy is a real Lightsaber for practical self defense?


that depends on the lightsaber you use - i do not recommend a force fx as they are not dueling lightsabers. In most cases a cold steel hand and a half sword - removing the crossguard - will suffice. Lightsabers are used in choreography and routine. Kata work. Also Bokken training swords are also useful for this training purpose as they do not break, and do not hurt as much when struck. Thirdly being wooden they simulate the light weight balance of a true lightsaber.


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12 Feb 2016 16:02 #228196 by

Lightsabers are used in choreography and routine. Kata work.


For training but not for real self defense? The skill you gain can be used with a more effective self defense weapons?

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12 Feb 2016 20:21 #228239 by

Rickie wrote:

Lightsabers are used in choreography and routine. Kata work.


For training but not for real self defense? The skill you gain can be used with a more effective self defense weapons?


Very much - you can apply these forms to Sword fighting in various degrees as well as different martial arts - Take form 2 Makashi - very very similar to fencing.

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21 Apr 2016 23:56 #238730 by
if anyone needs extra help, question or just wants to talk lightsaber!? Send me a PM anytime :")

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22 Apr 2016 00:04 - 22 Apr 2016 00:05 #238731 by MadHatter

jake_sato wrote: Also Bokken training swords are also useful for this training purpose as they do not break, and do not hurt as much when struck. Thirdly being wooden they simulate the light weight balance of a true lightsaber.


One needs to be careful with such advice as I have had my hand broken by training with bokken. In fact the reason that Kendo went to Shinai is because of how dangerous solid wood bokken can be even with padding. Heck there is even a tale of Musashi killing a man with a bokken made from a boat oar.
Not trying to come off as a jerk just adding information that can save people a lot of pain.

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