Very great leaders in their domains are only know to exist.
Those next best are beloved and praised.
The lesser are feared and despised.
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Shows Fedor during one of his kickboxing classes focusing on coordination and body mechanics.
Internal Martial Arts
Martial art is always in development, Kenichi Sawai the founder of Taikiken, had this in mind when he invited fighters from different schools to train in Meiji Jingu, people from karate, kickboxing, judo, wrestling all trained together.
So you could say, he formed the first of mixed martial arts (MMA) group of people exchanging skills and knowledge.
Kenichi Sawai and Fedor Emelianenko, united on one inspiring page.
TAIKIKEN related video clips:
Taikiken history A brief history of Taikiken and an introduction to Kenichi Sawai's dynamic way of Taiki movements.
Taikiken applications A slide-show of old Taikiken photos, combined with video, showing some basic Taikiken applications.
Taikiken RitsuZen Is the foundation in Taikiken training. The basic idea is standing like a tree, to develop a holistic force extending in all directions.
Taikiken Workshops Shot introduction of MartriX yearly Taikiken workshops on a beautiful location in the Czech republic.
MMA (mixed martial arts) related video clips:
Fedor Emelianenko explains MMA body mechanics: in this video shares Fedor his knowledge and skills during one of his training camps in the Netherlands.
Fedor Emelianenko training for his upcoming fight against Pedro Rizzo on the 21th of June 2012 in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Fedor Emelianenko Grappling with Maxim Leijdekker Video clip showing Maxim working with Fedor on the details of grappling.
Taikiken Yuri - two circles Old material showing an Yuri two circles exercise, testing strength practice to get the feeling working that you are in flow with nature.
Ernesto Hoost Shadow boxing this video clip is showing a few individual styles of Shadow boxing of Ernesto Hoost, Jerrel Venetiaan and Peter Teijsse.
Taikiken Ritsuzen early morning training This short impression shows participants of the Taikiken Summer workshop in the Czech republic.
Last update: March 2023