Never Too Late (or Too Small) for Kendo

by Elvi Inoue I was never into sports or martial arts when I was young. Not because I didn’t like it, but because of my insecurity of being too short for any sport that was willing to take me in.


by Chenney Navarro “In all forms of strategy, it is necessary to maintain the combat stance in everyday life and to make your everyday stance your combat stance.” ~ Miyamoto Musashi

The Kendo Kid: Jecel Censoro

by Jecel Sensoro I’ve been doing martial arts since I was a kid. I first started off with Taekwondo which I did until college. Unfortunately, I got a bad injury from a sparring that bruised and dislocated my knee. I was forced to quit. After college, being a very active …

Dark Matter

by Chenney Navarro “Practice makes perfect”. Or you could more accurately describe it with “Practice makes permanent”. The importance of practice is universally acknowledged within most disciplines particularly with the martial. Kendo, as it falls into that category, is no different — if you suck at something your sensei will …

Robbie Laurel: Why Kendo?

by Robbie Kwan Laurel I am only 9 months old with Manila Kendo Club Philippines, and just starting Kendo at age 50: the question is why Kendo for me is a serious question?