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    Randori & shiai

    Ricebale
    Ricebale


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    Join date : 2013-01-01
    Location : Wollongong Australia

    Randori & shiai - Page 2 Empty Re: Randori & shiai

    Post by Ricebale Sun Feb 17, 2013 8:23 am

    Hanon wrote:
    DCS wrote:For me it is the players intent/mindset, not the intensity, what separates one from the other.

    That's certainly part of it.

    Mike

    In Randori I throw and get thrown, try to use skill, if I have to muscle a throw or submission in Randori then I consider that a failure. In Randori if I can craft an opportunity for a less skilled person to throw me with technique I consider that a success.

    in Shiai I refuse to concede and I seek the finish.

    I don't think I fully comprehend the full purpose of both but I'm getting there.
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    Hanon


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    Randori & shiai - Page 2 Empty Re: Randori & shiai

    Post by Hanon Sun Feb 17, 2013 8:59 am

    Ricebale wrote:
    Hanon wrote:
    DCS wrote:For me it is the players intent/mindset, not the intensity, what separates one from the other.

    That's certainly part of it.

    Mike

    In Randori I throw and get thrown, try to use skill, if I have to muscle a throw or submission in Randori then I consider that a failure. In Randori if I can craft an opportunity for a less skilled person to throw me with technique I consider that a success.

    in Shiai I refuse to concede and I seek the finish.

    I don't think I fully comprehend the full purpose of both but I'm getting there.

    You are indeed.

    Kind regards,

    Mike


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