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Jogging and walking with safety in mind  


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27/07/2020 1:00 am  

2020.7 KENDOJIDAI There are many different types of Kendo practitioners regardless of age, level or occupation: whether they train every day, are aiming for the All Japan Kendo Championships or the National Athletic Meet, whether they have been practising since childhood for their entire lives or have taken up Kendo as adults and are aiming for examinations. However, we often hear that people cannot find the time or space to do Keiko at all, even if they want to. We worry that if we stop doing Keiko for a while, we will lose our interpersonal sense of Kendo and our physical strength will decline. In this article, we will talk about jogging and walking for people who can’t afford time for Keiko with Mr. Saito, the author of “Kendo Training for Busy Workers” (published by us in 2015). Saito Makoto, 7th Dan Born in Shizuoka Prefecture in 1970. From Haibara High School, he went on to study at the University of Tsukuba, where he completed his graduate studies. Served as physical training coach for the Japanese national team at the 12th and 13th World Kendo Championships. Served as a physical training coach for the All Japan Kendo Federation Special Strengthening Training…

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