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The differences between waist and left lower extremity movements for tobikomi-waza and debana-waza men strikes in male college kendo players
Research Journal of Budo
In kendo, it is necessary to not only acquire personal skills for striking stationary opponents, but also interpersonal skills for striking moving opponents. The aim of this study was to analyze waist and left lower extremity movements in the tobikomi-waza strikes (personal skills) and debana-waza strikes (interpersonal skills) of male college kendo players of differing skill levels, in order to discover the changes in movements related to these skill levels, and to determine the differences between the two types of movements.doi:10.11214/budo.52.85 fatcat:t6kijhwcg5eilmija2d2ilvuhu