Tachi-Machiwara (Standing Machiwara):
Traditional striking post used to learn to generate strength and movement.
Sagi-Machiwara (Hanging Machwara):
A hanging log used to mimic the movements of an opponent when training. This is a unique specialty of the shinjinbukan.
A small piece of wood that fits in the palm of your hand, used to condition the fist and to practice hitting your target from any position and orientation of the fist.
Tenshin (Neko ashi, Jigotai, Sankaku):
Movement or walking. It is the fundamental foundation of shinjinbukan karate.
Chiishi (Chiikara Ishi):
Asymmetrical weights used for strength building.
Kihon kumite (Basic Fighting):
Ranges from pre-arranged or ordered patterns to free form two man techniques.
Two man hooking hand techniques.
Iri-kumi (Inside Fighting):
Changing or moving hands. Basic concept of changing direction and circular techniques.