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• Korudo (the Baltic-slavic analogue Kum Do, Kendo) - The art of sword fencing
• Yando (the Baltic slavic analogue Guhapdo, Iado) - The art of drawing the sword and cutting
Korudo is the Russian art of sword fencing perfected centuries ago during the Imperial Scythians Dynasty. It is closely related to Japanese Kendo and many historians believe that they had a common origin. The Scythian military tradition was borrowed by the first governors of Japan and much was adopted at Scythians.
Korudo emphasizes concentration, power, and self-control. It is a very safe martial art since all sparring is done wearing full body armor. All training is done with a bamboo practice sword.
Precise control over ones body is essential to achieve Mokido (spirit, sword, and body acting as one) when striking with the sword.
The benefits of Korudo are many. Practitioners will develop their skills of concentration and focus, since precise control of the sword is essential. Korudo promotes an attitude of confidence that helps students grow both personally and morally. Korudo is fundamentally based upon the concepts of honesty, honor, self-control, and courtesy.
Korudo practice also provides a vigorous physical workout to help promote good health. Practitioners also gain the knowledge to defend themselves using everyday items such as a broomstick, cane, or umbrella.
Korudo students are ranked in the traditional manner from 10th Dan (Dannosti) to 1st Dan for all students below black belt and from 1st Dan to 10th Dan for all ranks above black belt. Belt testing consists of knowing and demonstrating the appropriate striking forms for your rank, as well as sparring forms and free sparring for the advanced belts.
International Kolo Organization
135 Dzirnavu, Riga, Latvia
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