In modern Kendo, remainder or complete control, after initial action against target. First it is a determination to continue without let up and carelessness. Second it means bringing one's own actions to a definite conclusion. The key is to maintain concentration and confidence while preventing your spirit, energy, from dissipating and retaining it under your control.
State of mind cultivated in many Japanese Martial Arts. The practioner is supposed to become calm yet fully aware of his opponent's every movement.
Japanese, " Mind's eye like the moon." Bushido ideal, concept of perfect guardedness and awareness while remaining detachment; sixth sense. In Kyokushin, specifically the breathing and mindset training methods used to withstand enormous punishment without injury, or in preparation for breaking, sparring or fighting.
position of relaxed extension and attention; Continuity of attention
lingering spirit, balanced, focused position at completion of throw
maintaining a martial awareness and connection after throwing
Lit. "remaining mind/heart." Even after a Karate technique has been completed, one should remain in a balanced and aware state. Zanshin thus connotes "following through" in a technique, as well as preservation of one's awareness so that one is prepared to respond to additional attacks.
as spelt concentration/awareness/mental focus
Position held after a throw in which awareness of the opponent and surroundings is maintained, literally 'unfinished mind'
remaining attentive, especially at the end of a technique
Term used to describe an awareness in Kendo; quality in maintaining good form and follow through after delivering a strike
Remaining mind; unbroken concentration; continual awareness
awareness/alertness/readiness - very important
ZanÂ·shin (Japanese: æ®‹å¿ƒ) is a term used in the Japanese martial arts. It refers to a state of awareness - a state of relaxed alertness. The literal translation is remaining mind.