In Japanese martial arts, there is a phrase “mind, technique, and body. It is not enough to have technique, skill, or mental strength, but all three must be present in order to become a full-fledged professional.
Please watch the video. He is not fighting a strong fighter, he is just showing his “kata,” but don’t you feel his strong will?
The sharp and sharp movements somehow give me a sense of courtesy and even determination. Although it is a one-person performance, you can also sense the presence of your opponent in it.
For example, let’s say your opponent commits a foul. However, if you get angry and verbally abuse your opponent, it will not determine the winner of the competition. If my opponent commits a foul, it is Japanese people who think that it was caused by my inexperienced technique. I gave him an opportunity to foul me. If that is the case, I will try to win the battle with even better techniques. And whether they win or lose the battle, they bow deeply. This may be a bit exaggerated, but this is the concept of “mind, technique, and body” in the ancient Japanese martial arts.
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