Re: [SCA-JML] kyudo randomness
- Asahi yumi and kyudo.com has soem good preliminary reading on kyudo. Western
archery may give you a good base to start but with kyudo, the arrow is on
the outside, the bow is not a uniform shape, there is also the grip you must
use and how to draw the bow (forgot the actual term for it) and the release.
I know a lot of guys here that bow hunt and draw with their fingers, kyudo
you use your thumb, thus the special glove. Visualization is the utmost key
as well as performance.
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Subject: Re: [SCA-JML] kyudo randomness
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- lynnx@... wrote:
> would plain ole' modern archery contain enough of the basicDefinitely not; kyudo has a very specific grip, way to draw, and a very
> basics to teach stance, grip, pull/release etc. without
> drilling anything that would have to be "unlearned" for
very eccentric release.