Improving endurance and individual strengths (Okido Satoru)

Translation: Jouke van der Woude He continued to be active in the Tokuren for 14 years, and the driving force behind his success was his awareness of the need to build a body capable of fighting in the realm of Shiai. We asked Okido, who has competed in various tournaments including the World Kendo Championships and the National Police Kendo Championships both as an individual and as part of a team, about “training that makes the most of one’s individual strengthsā€¯. Satoru Okido, Renshi 7th Dan Born in Ehime Prefecture in 1984. After graduating from Nitta High School, he went on to study at the National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya, and after graduating, he joined the Osaka Prefectural Police Department. He won first place in the team and individual championship of the first division of the National Police Kendo Championships, won first place at the World Kendo Championship with Japan and participated individually, and participated in the All Japan Kendo Championships. This year, after successfully completing a 14-year career as a Tokuren member without serious injury, I was transferred to the Ikuno Police Station in the spring of this year. My 14 years of Tokuren training has … Continue reading Improving endurance and individual strengths (Okido Satoru)