Kosho Geri Waza: The Art of Kicking

* Kosho Geri Waza

Kosho Geri Waza: The Art of Kicking. Welcome to part 7 of the Kosho Core Concepts Series called Kosho Geri Waza: The Art of Kicking. In my root art of Hapkido we spend a vast majority of the time kicking, working our leg skills. And I believed up until recently that to apply this knowledge to the streets was both very risky and almost impossible.

And to my joy I learned that what I believed about kick was wrong!

The first seminar I ever did for the World Budo Alliance was on kicking. Learning to kick mechanically correctly to preventing injury. 

And also how to train to kick high with ease. Most of all 23 years later when I do not like talking about or teaching kicking because it reminds me of my age. And again I was dead wrong!

Kosho Geri Waza: The Art of Kicking

And thanks to the teaching of Hanshi Bruce Juchnik I now have a completely different view and opinion on kicking. Therefore I am going to for the first time bring my forgotten kicking skills to you, with Kosho Concepts in them. And this will include all ranges of kicking.

Kicking is a very large movement, and because of this it is telegraphed by most martial artists. But it does now have to be this way. You can kick quickly and effectively. Once you learn the correct timing. 

In this course I will:
  • Examine all kicks and their correct mechanics.
  • Show you WHEN a kick can be used
  • Teach you where to move to be able to deliver a kick quickly and safely
  • Explain the mechanics needed.
  • Cloak kicks so that the attacker does not see them coming until they hit hi,
  • And much much more!

This course is part 7 of the Kosho Core Concepts Series and will teach you the efficient and effective use of legs in self defense. Kosho Geri Waza: The Art of Kicking will teach you everything you need to know.

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Kosho Geri Waza: The art of Kicking

Martial Arts training should not be looked at as an activity. It is rather a study. And a study that lasts for a lifetime. The world is in the trouble it is in today because people are not educated, they are indoctrinated. Therefore they regurgitate information that is not truth, but part of a narrative.

And the martial arts world has been affected by this also. Thus the believe that ring fighting and feats of physical prowess are the only way. There is no truth to this idea. These things have value, but are only a fraction of the entire picture.

Learning is for a lifetime.

How often have you heard someone say that they are "too old for" something? There is not truth to this as age is a state of mind. Anyone can do the Kosho Geri Waza: The art of Kicking. Age is a state of mind.

Too many martial artists my age have relegated themselves to talking about their glory days at a coffee shop, or worse social media platforms. Remember to "Never say Never" or "Niciodată să nu spui niciodată" in Romanian. You are never to old to learn, and as an example I am learning a language to the point of certifying as a speaker in my 60's. And I consider this to be part of my martial arts training! 

Kosho Geri Waza: The art of Kicking

Kosho Ryu is the study of natural laws, and language is who we communicate and teach those laws. Age is a state of mind. But if you are trapped in the idea that martial arts is ONLY physical, a victory at a tournament then you grow old. Relegated to talking about the glory days at a Pizza Hut as Hanshi Juchnik states it. And this course on the Kosho Geri Waza: The art of Kicking is an important part of learning and study. 

And the best part, if you purchase this important and amazing video course called Kosho Geri Waza: The art of Kicking and are not happy within the first 30 days I will refund you. Just submit a Support Ticket. But I know you will love this! Do you prefer eBook on Kosho, check here

My Journey in Kosho

Some believe that I am new to the study of Kosho Ryu and am trying to build a name for myself in this art. That is furthest thing from the truth. I began my Kosho Ryu journey in 2000 with Shidoshi Richard Buchan and continued after we parted ways. 

Kosho Ryu became a major part of everything we did in our art of Hon Sang Mu Sa Hapkido. And even the name Hon San Mu Sa is a Kosho reference. Old Pine Tree, where a monk was enlightened under a pine tree about Natural Laws.  For years I referred to the study as Octagon training until I recently realized I needed to honour the history of the art by remaining true to the linage. 

Kosho Ryu, in truth is now my root art, as I have been training in it longer than anything else including Hapkido. I do not study Kosho for the purpose of rank. I have enough rank. I study it for personal development and growth withing the arts. And to share that knowledge with all those interested in learning. 

Kosho Ryu has done for me exactly what I was seeking when I left my first teacher. The answer to the question of waht was missing in Hapkido. And how that learning translated to the streets. It is what makes Kyusho Jitsu, the science of pressure points street worthy. But to learn we must truly let go of the things we think we know and learn.

I hope you will join me on this journey. All knowledge is self knowledge, and Kosho Ryu is a true study of Natural Laws and therefore the self. Kosho Geri Waza: The art of Kicking is a great example of this study on the path.

Thank you for your time and have a wonderful day! Keep Learning!

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