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A Superior Martial Artist

A superior martial artist 
Uses superior judgement 
To avoid using their superior skills. 

Posted by Dave McNeill on November 9, 2016 at 12:00pm

Master Ray Fisher promoted to 8th Dan Goju-Shorei Weapons System!

Today, Master Ray Fisher officially became the very first person to be promoted to 8th Dan in the Goju-Shorei Weapons System!

His dedication and commitment to martial arts in general, and the Goju-Shorei Weapons System in particular, is without question and simply exceptional.

Congratulations Sir!

Respectfully,

Kathy Wiz

Katherine A. Wieczerza

Director of Goju-Shorei…

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Posted by Katherine A. Wieczerza on October 19, 2016 at 1:49pm — 1 Comment

Final Four Target Area Strikes 13-16 for GSWS Gen2 Yellow

Final Four Target Area Strikes 13-16 for GSWS Gen2 Yellow 

By now I hope you are familiar with what follows:

- a picture straight from the manual of the written out detailed description

- a link to a YouTube clip

- and finally the clip itself embedded in this very post

At the end there is a link and the actual embedded video of all four techniques, one right after the other.

There is no sound to the video clips in order to keep their file size as small as possible for this particular format.

Enjoy!

Respectfully,

Kathy Wiz…

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Posted by Katherine A. Wieczerza on September 22, 2016 at 3:00pm

Yellow Goju-Shorei Gen2 Strikes 9-12

Yellow Goju-Shorei Gen2 Strikes 9-12

By the time you finish looking at this post you will have seen the three new strikes that have been added to the original 13 strikes.

"Gen2" really began with the addition of the collar bone Strikes #7 and #8 

(detailed in the previous post)

*AND* in this post you are introduced to my new favorite "Jack the Jaw" Strike #10

The other thing you'll notice, if you were familiar with the original 13 strikes, is that the secondary strikes are no longer automatic with the groin strike (was and is still Strike #3) and the last two strikes in this post that are to the neck.

WHY?  Because we ought to be able to add strikes on to ALL techniques, not just a few and we will follow up on that as we progress through the Yellow rank material.

As in the previous post... below you will find for each technique:

- a picture straight from the manual of the written…

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Posted by Katherine A. Wieczerza on September 20, 2016 at 3:00pm

GSWS Gen2 - Yellow: Strikes 5-8

GSWS Gen2 - Yellow Rank: Target Area Strikes 5-8

Below you will find for each technique:

- a picture straight from the manual of the written out detailed description

- a link to a YouTube clip

- and finally the clip itself embedded in this very post

At the end there is a link and the actual embedded video of all four techniques, one right after the other.

There is no sound to the video clips in order to keep their file size as small as possible for this particular format.

Enjoy!

Respectfully,

Kathy Wiz

Katherine A. Wieczerza

Director of Goju-Shorei Weapons…

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Posted by Katherine A. Wieczerza on September 15, 2016 at 2:34pm

Goju-Shorei Weapons System Gen2 - Yellow Rank Material : Strikes 1-4

Goju-Shorei Weapons System Gen2

Yellow Rank Material : Strikes 1-4

https://youtu.be/ydGDHGnm3mk

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Posted by Katherine A. Wieczerza on September 13, 2016 at 1:30pm

Goju-Shorei Weapons System Gen2 - Yellow Rank Material - Stances, Key Concepts, and a Preview

Goju-Shorei Weapons System Gen2 - Yellow Rank Material : Stances, Key Concepts, and a Preview

   

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Posted by Katherine A. Wieczerza on September 9, 2016 at 12:30pm

Let Me Tell You About My Black Belt Test

Posted by Dave McNeill on September 9, 2016 at 6:47am

 
 
 

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