Martial Artists Have Used Visualization for Centuries
Visualization is the factor that divides random movement from movement with intent. In other words, a punch thrown to the Jodan (face) area of the body may be one of two things: a callisthenic, an exercise or simply a movement of the arm to a position that is level with the face… or a movement with the intent of damaging an opponent.
The difference is the visualization of the opponent. I have seen many karate-ka with beautiful dojo technique, high kicks and fluid movement, and they couldn’t fight their way out of a paper bag. They were no more than dancers. And one of the greatest karate-ka ever, my Sensei Keinosuke Enoeda, had technique that looked, to me, not as pretty as some of his pupils yet Sensei possessed more power and ferocity that any man I have ever seen in a dojo.
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