Category Archive: Articles of Interest

Aug 07 2010

Wheaton Terrior Available

So many people love our “Harley” (Wheaton Terrior) that when I learned that one is available for adoption, I wanted to give the Uechi world a “heads up”. My golfing buddy, Bill Hollingsworth,who is a volunteer for a Florida rescue center, requests that anyone interested in “Molly”, contact Melissa: http://flwheatenclub.org/ Melissa Nelson in Miami, Florida …

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Jul 10 2010

The Reason For SummerFest

  When I first ran SummerFests back in 1983 and ’84, we had more than 500 people show up during the five-day event on Thompson Island. The camp was a new experience for the Uechi community and no one quite knew what to expect. Everyone was amazed by the great experience of spending a week with the living treasures of …

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Jul 10 2010

G.Mattson’s “Virtual” Dojo

      Join George Mattson’s“Virtual” Dojo. Monthly on-line classes and technique critique.Supplement your regular trainingor work with sensei full time.CLICK HERE for further information.

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Feb 16 2010

Teaching for Structure and Power in Uechi-ryu

Teaching for Structure and Power In Uechi-ryu Stance and Structure Sanchin is an Adduction Stance. Sanchin provides strength in 7 of 8 directions, unless you make an adjustment, which allows coverage of the eighth direction. The ground is an unlimited source of power. Study how to access that power: Sound structure, sensitivity, experimentation, proper positioning …

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Dec 18 2009

Strength and Power

The Difference between Strength and Power In the Martial Arts Strength is raw, unfiltered, relatively unfocused ability to move other objects. Strength training involves some technique, but does not take high-level refinement into consideration For the individual, strength has a sunset, after which it will wane.  Power, based on core principles, core use, relaxation, understanding, …

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Sep 09 2009

Towards a Dynamic Sanchin Stance

Towards a Dynamic Sanchin Stance by David Mott Grandmaster Kanei Uechi and Ryuko Tomoyose checks Tim Horgan’s Sanchin Sanchin stance is a brilliant stance.  It protects the inside surfaces of our legs, helps to protect our groin from upward sweeping kicks, helps to protect our knees from being damaged by an outside kick, guards the …

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Sep 01 2009

Collision Dynamics in Karate

Collision Dynamics in Karate   by Rick Garrelts I conceive that the chief aim of the physicist in discussing a theoretical problem is to obtain ‘insight’—to see which of the numerous factors are particularly concerned in any effect and how they work together to give it. For this purpose a legitimate approximation is not just …

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Aug 25 2009

Can training with Bokken help your Sanchin stance? Yes

Can training with Bokken help your Sanchin stance?  Yes! I developed a routine that might be helpful to students who train both weapons (Bo Bokken, Jo or other) and their Uechi-Ryu Sanchin. Here’s how: To paraphrase Musashi  ”Let your everyday walk become your warrior walk”. Keep that In mind. Oftentimes students practicing bokken drills will …

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