Welcome to the Most In Depth Training for Kendo

 

Welcome to Kendo Learning Products. From here on you will discover how easily and quickly you can learn the Kendo movements correctly.

Kendo learning products are designed for you to comprehend Kendo teachings and to perform Kendo movements correctly so you can enjoy Kendo and improve your personal life! Many people have a hard time to learn Kendo movements because Kendo movements are unusual and unique. But not only that…

Older Student’s

I have been a Kendo Instructor for over 20 years, and I can tell you that most of older students have have challenges when it comes to Kendo movements. That is because Kendo’s teaching methods are designed for group classes. And unfortunately those group classes lack a lot of details.

Once you know the purpose of each movement you are learning and HOW to achieve it. T

hen you can execute those movements correctly and quickly.

Kendo Learning Products(this website)  made for you if you want to learn Kendo the right way.

You can learn more about me here

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18 Responses to “Home”

  • Renaldo on March 13, 2013

    Are you providing a bundle for kirkaeshi?

  • Fadli Hamza on October 22, 2013

    お疲れ様です
    Thank you for your great explanation in your videos!
    i’m just wondering where can i find some kedo’s tactics.
    i’m training at home, because, Kendo is rare in Morocco!!
    よろしくお願いします

    • Kendo For Life on October 25, 2013

      Thank you for your comment! Kendo’s Tactics…
      What kind are you talking about?
      Let me know!
      Thanks!

  • petplus on December 2, 2013

    I’d love to visit Japan. Hope to see you someday from near and talk ways with you, Masahiro Imafuji. Nice video.

    • Kendo For Life on December 6, 2013

      Thanks, Petplus. Talking ways with some beers is the best :)

  • sandra shiroyama on June 18, 2014

    こんばんは。。。あなたのヴィデオアがだいすきです。
    あなたはすんでいる?わたしはアルゼンチンです。。
    けんどはのうどです。。。
    あなたとまなびたい。。

    • Kendo For Life on August 26, 2014

      Thank you! I wish I could be in your country and help you with kendo!

  • Pedro Renda on August 23, 2014

    Hi Kendo for Life I studied Kendo for some 5 years but only got to 2 Kyu Iv moved to the seychelles and would like to carry on with Kendo maybe even with the locals here in Seychelle Islands, do you have any advice.

    Thank You
    Pedro Renda

    • Kendo For Life on September 15, 2014

      Pedro, thanks for your question. I would say that you should work on what you have learned. And when you have time, you can visit a dojo and ask a teacher for advice. I have kendo learning videos for people like you so you can keep studying kendo. Keep it up and if you have questions, feel free to ask!

  • Sam on November 26, 2014

    Hi. I am so intrigued by the kendo way but unfortunately there are no dojos around my area. I would love to take it up as it seems a good way to build character and learn something new.

    I’m just wondering what shinai you recommend I get and a good place to start my training? Any help and advice is much appreciated thank you very much

    • Kendo For Life on November 27, 2014

      Thank you for your question. I understand you don’t have a dojo close to where you live but it is very important to have someone to check you so please, if possible, belong to a dojo and go there once every month or every 2 months.

      About your question: which shinai you have to use is regulated by International Kendo Federation. Therefore, please go to the following page and check which one you should be using.”Kendo Stick: Shinai

      My supposition: I recommend that you should use a bokuto instead of shinai. Bokuto is a wooden sword. Some people call it bokken. Because the handle is oval, you can grab this forward more correctly than shinai. However, I know it is very hard to learn the right grip even with a bokuto so take your time and learn everything correctly. When you have bad habits at the beginning, it is very hard for you to get rid of them later.

      Step by step” is the key. You can always come back and ask questions. I am here for people like you.

      Thanks and hope this helps.

  • Jaco on February 28, 2015

    Sensei.

    Thank you for the great video’s.I have made my own bokken and started following your instructions in the videos.I struggle somewhat with Seiza , being older then 40,my feet are not as flexible to fold in underneath me when I sit in seiza.Are there any excersise that will help my feet become more flexible?

    • Kendo For Life on April 6, 2015

      Sorry for my late reply! You can put a pillow under your butt when you sit in seiza until you get used to it.
      And you just have to be patient and try repeatedly.

      I know some people have really stiff ankles and I am not sure if they will be able to sit in seiza.
      But if you cannot, keep trying. I will make a video for this particular question. I know this is a very common question!

      Thank you!

  • Fae on March 31, 2015

    Good afternoon! How are you? ^^

    I really like your videos and would love practice kendo! I’m a young girl but I intend to follow through with it. I really like it!

    I come from a far country (whose dojos are rare) so for now I’m practicing kendo at home… and I wanna say that you are helping me a lot! So thank you very much!
    If I have any questions about it, I’ll ask to you, alright? 😀

    Arigatou gozaimashita!
    (sorry for my bad english)

    • Kendo For Life on April 6, 2015

      Good afternoon and I am doing well. I hope you too!

      I am glad that you liked my video and also you love practicing kendo!
      Feel free to ask me questions!

      Now make sure you check the kendo federation of your country. Where do you live?
      You never know who is looking for a member so you’ve got to ask the federation.
      That is the first thing to do.

      Please check this video as well.
      http://kendo-for-life.com/pyDV4

  • Ikhsan on February 27, 2016

    the information displayed on this website is very helpful . thanks.

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