Numerology information KENDO:
You are gifted with natural leadership and the capacity to accumulate great wealth! Your path will lead you to work out the difference between money and the true value of life. You have great talent for management, and you understand the material world. You intuitively know what makes virtually any enterprise work, and you always look at the greater vision. You are born to be in charge and be a visionary! Power and authority come naturally to you although you will also learn that it is lonely at the top. You will be successful in any field where you can be the executive decision-maker, especially in business and financial matters.
Additional information KENDO
The name Kendon is a Gaelic baby name. In Gaelic the meaning of the name Kendon is: Brave chieftain..
Definition funny of KENDO
Sport/martial art orginating from Japan. Kendo translates to 'the way of the sword', and practicioners are called kendoka. Participants in this sport use bamboo swords called 'shinais' and wear armor called 'bogu'. This armor includes a face mask/helmet called 'men' a pair of thick gloves called 'kote' a chest protector called a 'do' and an apron-like peice called a 'tare'. Participants must also wear a pair of very loose pants called the hakama, and a thick jacket called the keikogi. When in a match, the participants are allowed to strike to the head, wrists, the sides of the chest, and in certain cases (this is often discouraged in torunaments since it can be dangerous if used improperly)to a small flap that hangs off the men that covers the throat.
Kendo is the way of the sword.
Kendo which translates literally to 'The Way of the Sword', is a contemporary Japanese martial art that evolved from the traditions of the samurai, the warrior class of ancient Japan, based upon sword fencing techniques developed over centuries of combat. Like many Japanese martial arts, the philosophical foundations of Kendo revolve around the precepts of Zen Buddhism, and the guiding belief that enlightenment and heightened awareness, flow from the ability to focus and calm the mind. Following in the footsteps of the samurai, modern practitioners of Kendo, or 'Kendoka', as they are called, strive not only to master the physical techniques of the Japanese sword, but, also, the mental and spiritual aspects as well. Although Kendo’s roots lie with the ancient samurai, the art has evolved over the centuries, adapting as societal conditions changed, to its present form where competition between practitioners involves not life and death combat with razor sharp blades, but controlled matches governed by strict rules of conduct, and non-lethal instruments. This difference in focus, distinguishes Kendo from 'Kenjutsu', which is also a Japanese sword art deriving from traditional fencing. Unlike Kendo, whose techniques are updated for practice as a non-lethal aesthetic, Kenjutsu’s primary focus is combat and warfare, and as such, closely parallels the actual lethal techniques employed by the samurai on the field of battle.
In place of the katana, the traditional sword of the samurai, modern Kendoka use shinai, an implement constructed of four bamboo staves bound together at specific junctures with leather bands. This non-lethal weapon, along with the use of body armor, or 'bogu', as it is referred to in Kendo, enable Kendoka to engage in fencing contests without the fear of death or serious bodily injury. The bogu is modeled after the traditional armor of the samurai, which unlike the cumbersome metal armor of European knights, was lightweight and designed for optimal movement and flexibility. Kendo practice traditionally takes place in a training hall or, 'dojo'. Organization of a dojo is hierarchical, with the master at the top, and beginning students at the bottom. As in the other Japanese martial arts, the belt or 'kyu' system is employed, with the highest rank or 'dan' being the black belt. Students train in Kendo through the practice of 'kata', a series of formal exercises passed down through time that replicate the movements and techniques required in traditional combat. In addition to learning and practicing the different kata, Kendoka also engage in informal matches known as 'keiko' or 'kumite' which are moderated by senior members of the dojo, and test the practitioner’s live combat ability.
japanese fencing. The objective of this sport is to hit the opponent with your sword/sinai (duh). Valid targets are head, hands, waist or torso, and neck. equipments used in kendo: helmet, body armor, gauntlets/gloves, hakama.
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Normally used name of the sport Ice Hockey in Finland...
Shall we go see kendo(=Ice Hockey) ?
A great sport requiring much spirit, discipline, and all of that jazz. Unfortunately, a lot of samurai/ninja-wannabes tend to participate in this sport. Also, fencing is better than kendo. One would not be shocked to see one who participates in kendo as one who participates in band, and one who participates in LARPing. Kendo makes your feet smell too. Oh and kendo stemmed from kenjitsu in response to Ieyasu Tokugawa pwning Japan.
Kendo seems cool. What a great example right?
Kendo aka “KT3” Is Just One Of A Kind. He’s Mostly Slept On Especially by The Females. Kendo Is One Of the funniest people on this earth once you get to know him and he gets comfortable with you. Kendo isn’t really the best with the ladies nor does he care. His social skills are a bit off so he doesn’t fuck with many. Kendo is a smart,kind, goofy, soul smoke nor drink but he will smoke a pussy nigga and then drink a shot of apple cider of his body. Other then kendo just be big chillin. females wish men were more like him, but don’t like him. Does kendo care?
Girls: You’re a nice a guy, i wish niggas would be like you. But i only see you as a friend Niggas: kendo the funniest nigga i know, on god.
Expression information KENDO
People with this name have a deep inner desire to inspire others in a higher cause, and to share their own strongly held views on spiritual matters.
Soul information KENDO
People with this name tend to be passionate, compassionate, intuitive, romantic, and to have magnetic personalities. They are usually humanitarian, broadminded and generous, and tend to follow professions where they can serve humanity. Because they are so affectionate and giving, they may be imposed on. They are romantic and easily fall in love, but may be easily hurt and are sometimes quick-tempered.
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