The Science of Sogo Budo Details
How can you integrate hard into soft or soft into hard without doing a disservice to your original martial art? Do you study a Formalistic, Interpretive, or Eclectic martial art? Which method of martial integration is best for you?
It was a great expierence.; The instructors were very insightful. they explained in intricate detail how a technique workds, its origins and how to apply it. The instructors related well to each other and each built upon the other's material. Every technique was related back to the theme of the seminar. This seminar was for the thinking martial artist, not for the Van Damme Bam Bam wannabees. One learned more than anyone cold hope to remember!
Science of Sogo Budo 1
Ian Cyrus (inheritor of Choson-Do), Tony Annesi (Takeshin Sogo Budo) and Brian Wilkes (Seishi-ryu Sogo Budo) illustrate how to recognize your art for what it really is and really can be. Find out how to integrate hard and soft, large and small, striking, and locking methods without doing a disservice to your chosen martial art. Learn the 5 methods to "sogo-ize" your art, understand technical skills from an historical point of view, and discover why "style" is a necessary limitation that masters go beyond. Witness thought provoking viewpoints and beautifully conjoined techniques (from aiki, karate, Korean arts, Japanese sword, Chinese internal arts and others) — enough to keep you, the thinking martial artist, viewing this DVD set again and again.
Science of Sogo Budo 2
Science of Sogo Budo 3