I’ve also made a slow-motion version we can review in class. Still getting the hang of YouTube with this first upload.
Note: Both Crane Mountain and Woodall’s Custom Nunchaku have retired from constructing/selling kubudo implements. I’m not seeing any replacement options yet…
Hi everyone. I’m cleaning out all the ‘this is what we’re doing today in class’ posts (actually just making them unpublished, not removing anything) and am even now converting video instructional content! Looking forward to making this the reference site for our needs.
At last, I’ve scanned the Kobudo Manual. Look for it in the reference section. Same password as usual, although I may be changing that soon.
(edit 12/29/2016: no, I’m not)
I’ve only viewed this author’s Sushi No Ko form but it mirrors ours; so I’m linking this as a potential reference.
I was going to include http://customworkshop.biz/osCommerce/catalog/index.php, but I no longer see tonfa; good selection of nunchaku woods, though!
“A s-what?” — Malcolm Reynolds, “Shindig”
From The Hitchhiker’s Guide to The Galaxy:
“There is an art, it says, or rather, a knack to flying. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.”
A great quantity of Hanshi Yamashita’s video work is on the web. I’ve added a link to the top which contains a series of ten short videos.
Check the header menu out; all the global schools associated with the Yamashita Kobayashi system are now listed here.
The listing (and many of the links) come from our founder’s site at www.tadashiyamashita.com.