Taikunedo® Martial Arts (martial arts)
Taikunedo® Martial Arts, commonly abbreviated to TAKD is one of Shihan-Hanshi CEO-Founder Prof. Dr. Dr. oec. mult.. sc. Helmut Pohle in 1975 developed the self-defense in military combat and the real street fight designed martial arts . The TAKD is in the Taikunedo® International Martial Arts University ™ – © by TIMAUC ™ , represented and taught around the world and in other organizations. Taikunedo®, which means “Flowing force” is a registered trademark and is protected by law! Taikunedo® was developed about 1702 from a Chinese mantis style in Honan Province (China) by state officials and arrived in 1860 by the world traveler and writer participants in the American Civil War, Colonel Charles Robert Pohle to Europe. From 1975 modified Shihan-Hanshi CEO-Founder Prof. Dr. Dr. oec. mult.. sc. Helmut Pohle together with Shihan Dr. Klaus G. Kruse and Meijin Horst Wolf 9.DAN a part of the military close combat for special forces of the Group of Soviet Forces in Germany (GSFG) and published this fighting style from 1991 Taikunedo® and secured this term in 1992 as an international trademark. In 1993 he was chairman of the Martial Arts Association to his nephew Budoka Dean GM Prof.em. Dean Dipl.Oec. Meijin-Renshi GM Steffen Pohle HPL (Ret.) from. Since 1999 the global Taikunedo® dressing is with over 175,000 certified members and 88 associations groups of the double peak Kyoshi Prof. Dr. phil. Alberto Marchese and Hanshi Prof. Dr.-Ing Klaus Norbert Arndt conducted. Of the double peak, the project was also Hall of Honor founded. Taikunedo® martial art and the other above-mentioned projects are considered “non-profit company,” taught and practiced, as this corresponds to the original idea of development of the martial arts and the greed for material goods, the development of the mind counterproductive faces. The DAN system Taikunedo® Master builds on the system of the Six Yogas of Naropa, connected with tantric meditation techniques of Vajrayana Buddhism and the scientific research on the TIMAUC ™.
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Principle and Technology
TAKD partly based on the techniques of Jeet Kune Do , Kung Fu , Hankido , GSSD Sambo , Brasilien Jiu Jitsu and Karate . Unlike many modern martial arts is an integral and inseparable relation to philosophical and moral-ethical foundations. TAKD based on impact, throwing and foot techniques with simultaneous pressure on sensitive nerve endings and body parts. The badge of Taikunedo Fighter ® is the overarching “World Roof”. It symbolizes the unity of body and mind.
The natural movements are easy to learn and are directly and intensively practiced on partner in “full-contact”. TAKD requires no special physical conditions, which have an average level of fitness is going out and capable of an effective defense against physical and / or numerically superior attacker. At the same time strives to maintain a parallel training of the mind in school, study and work and is therefore also relevant examination.
Furthermore, the elements are of first aid , acupressure and homeopathy as well as a fundamental insight into the respective laws of the country on the subject of self-defense and self-defense taught.
For the Taikunedo® training is usually a white Keikogi with sewn insignia of Taikunedo® World Federation (within the Taikunedo University International, abbr TIMAUC ™ ) worn top right. In the Taikunedo® instructors from the 4.Dan black pants (“TAKD-Black-Master” Internat.Abk.) The uniform is worn workout clothing when TAKD consists of the following elements.:
- Keikogi: The tracksuit consisting of
- Obi : A colored (for the meaning of the belt color see → graduations at TAKD ), in some way linked belt, the jacket holds together.
- black Boxhandschützer to prevent injury to the training partner with the many chokes, locks, keys and percussion techniques.
- Zori Sandals = matte black shoes, usually made of leather with a fixed rope sole. They serve the hygiene and the protection of the mats.
It is in student ( kyu ) and Master degrees ( Dan ) distinguished, each associated with a certain degree of belt color. To move to the next higher grade belt, subjecting it to a belt test. When Taikunedo® is always the test of 3 parts: heating / / practice / / Theory, one more hour exam must be completed as early as the 3.Kyu (green belt = Intermediate students). 2nd & 1st Kyu includes extensive tests in which the specimen is faced with an exam simulation analogous to a DAN-test (master craftsman).
Depending on studying for kyu or dan grade the test program and the waiting time of the TIMAUC ™ are determined. The test itself is respected in many aspects. Emphasis is placed next to the dynamically-flowing and proper technique execution on attitude, attention, fighting spirit, concentration and motivation of the specimen value. For an existence more values, such as the setting, the regular appearance during training, punctuality and team skills etc. into account, so that the overall impression is crucial. Further examination components are (Intermediate students) listed below from the 3.Kyu.
- verbal de-escalation
- Role Playing
- 360-degree defense
- Internal defense
- Fist techniques
- Handball techniques
- Hammer blows
- Elbow Techniques
- Kicking techniques
- Knee techniques
- Use of everyday objects in self-defense
- Defense weapons, disarmament targeted by opponents
- Stress Drills
- Training situation
- Mugging training (training with a full-contact protective suit).
In addition, the theory portion of the test increases with ascending degrees. In addition, a certain number of battles in the discipline “Real-open battles = randori” the TIMAUC ™ is required as a prerequisite for achieving the next higher degree from a certain school degree.
In the Taikunedo® International Martial Arts University Certification ™ – © by TIMAUC ™ is a seven-division of student grades is:
Students belt colors:
|Degree||7 Kyū||6 Kyū||5 Kyū||4 Kyū||3 Kyū||2 Kyū||1 Kyū|
|Minimum|| 6 years
| 7 years
| 8 years
| 9 years
| 10 years
| 12 years
| 14 years
The graph shows the classification of students according to the belt Taikunedo® International Martial Arts University Certification ™ – © by TIMAUC ™.
The breakdown of the classical masters degree was acquired from the traditional Chinese martial arts. For the masters degree examinations are defined criteria and testing programs. The black belts must always dominate the program of the previous Levels of graduates addition to the current techniques. The examination for the sixth Dan is the final technical inspection, which can be stored, and further, there are graduations, unlike other martial arts, where there are usually up to 10 masters degrees, no. During the 1 to 3rd Dan in Taikunedo® are pure technical grade, is for the 4th to 6th Dan in addition to technical skills, a high level of mental preparedness required. Thus, a university degree AND a teacher at the International Martial Arts University International Taikunedo® ™ “TIMAUC ™” is mandatory as from 5th Dan. Thus includes the 5th & 6.Dan a recognized PhD-certified and / or professor at the TIMAUC ™ or other recognized educational institution. Therefore, the technical requirements for the spiritual AND Taikunedoka are so extremely high that any further DAN stage would be foolish, especially since there is NO DAN degrees at ceremonies of Taikunedo®. The sechsgradige DAN system Taikunedo® Master is also causally related to the system of the Six Yogas of Naropa (also: Six Doctrines / dharma / teachings of Naropa or path to six times the age of the Spirit) coupled causal and is a collective term for a in self-contained curriculum of advanced tantric meditation techniques of Vajrayana Buddhism. Rather, the system of “giving” is taught in the 4th – 6th Dan at the Graduate Student Association and the World “SOMETHING” give back. In summary must be summed up that the 5th and 6th Dan grade at the TIMAUC ™ afford immense academic research and teaching and in a regular development of Taikunedo® martial art is guaranteed, as many Taikunedo®-DAN DAN other carriers are also carrier-degree styles.
Black belts are the first to fifth Dan accordance worn, in order to differentiate red stripes – whose number corresponds to the respective Dan-degrees – on the strap (ONE SIDE) can be sewn. The sixth Dan is indicated by a red and black belt in web design barriers (red represents life and the universe for black) and from the 4.Dan carry Taikunedo® Instructor scharze a kimono pants.
|Dan-degree||1 Dan||2 Dan||3 Dan||4 Dan||5 Dan||6 Dan|
|Belt Color||black and a red stripe ≡ 1 & 2nd Dan in other martial arts||stripes black and two red ≡ 3.Dan in other martial arts||stripes black and three red ≡ 5th Dan in other martial arts||stripes black and four red ≡ 7th Dan in other martial arts||black and five red stripes ≡ 9th Dan in other martial arts||red-black|
|≡ 10th Dan black also in other martial arts|
|Minimum|| 16 years
| 20 years
| 27 years
| 35 years
| 40 years
| 45 years
TAKD and Taikunedo® Martial Arts (martial arts)
The Taikunedo® Martial Arts (martial arts) system was established in 1975 by Shihan-Hanshi CEO-Founder Prof. Dr. Dr. oec. mult.. sc. Helmut Pohle developed and successfully since then as Taikunedo® = Flowing force spread worldwide. It is one of the most popular systems in the IMAFF ™ and also enjoys the organizational boundaries increasing popularity. As for Shihan-Hanshi CEO-Founder Prof. Dr. Dr. oec. mult.. sc. Helmut Pohle , the founder of modern Taikunedo®, the unity of body, mind & soul inevitably belong together and he built the real street fight as part of the military TAKD, the Taikunedo® Martial Arts (martial arts), today part of the career of many international contender Dan. The Taikunedo the TIMAUC ® ™ is a comprehensive system that is based primarily on two components: an expanded form of “military close combat” and the training in a realistic street fighting self defense. Taikunedo® here means the actual survival in the real (rule-free) street fight and the special defense methodology, based on the above Budo styles and modern self-defense systems. The training Taikunedo® Martial Arts (martial arts) makes great demands on the master and calls for his stamina, strength, dexterity, his perseverance and his mind. The challenges here include self-defense techniques, jumping and throwing exercises, case school, muscular endurance and long distance races as well as Reiki, homeopathy and Qigong, first aid and trauma care. To this comprehensive practical and theoretical training includes the training of special psychological situation TIMAUC ™ that are taught in addition to the self-defense exercises.
The Taikunedo® Martial Arts Hall of Honor™ (Honorary category)
Hall of Honor™
The International Hall of Honor of the martial arts “Hall of Honor™” was the CEO of double-peak Kyoshi Dr. phil. Alberto Marchese and Hanshi Prof. Dr.-Ing Klaus Norbert Arndt launched in 2000 to life. Here are just a very successful and outstanding Budoka be included, the distinguished themselves by outstanding achievement in international tournaments and / or have achieved in the education and training of students of the martial arts on regional successes. In contrast to the customary worldwide fame lists, the proportion of mental development at least to have achieved success hälftigen share compared to the physical development process of the honorary member, make. An elected Commission of the International Martial Arts University TIMAUC ™ chooses from among the plurality of candidates every four years on the inclusion in the international Hall of Honor . A special feature of the inclusion in the honor section, is that honorary members according to the Warrior Code the samurai in dishonorable behavior can also be excluded for life again. There are generally only DAN members listed in the honor section, unless a person has made an honorary capacity and / or outstanding science deserves. The world-renowned Hall of Honor organization annually awards up to 47 international martial artists, politicians or people who have rendered outstanding services to the real common good, out. There are three categories, Bronze, Silver and Gold. As this ceremony is a qualification of fees worldwide, the ceremony also in breach of the rule of Bushido (The seven virtues: Gi (義): honesty, justice, righteousness Yu (勇): Courage Jin (仁): Humanity Rei (礼): compliance with the etiquette, politeness Makoto (誠) or Shin (真): truth, veracity, genuineness Meiyo (名誉): sense of honor Chūgi (忠義), also Chū (忠): Loyalty, duty, loyalty The five main demands The five main demands of Bushidō, which are summarized under the term dojo kun, were: loyalty Loyalty to your rulers and Heimatliebe Loyalty and filial piety Loyalty to yourself, diligence courtesy love modesty label bravery Hardness and coolness Patience and perseverance quick-wittedness Openness and honesty honor justice simplicity purity Some religiously oriented writings organize the Bushidō in seven virtues corresponding to the seven major Kami of Shinto: be officially withdrawn honesty, courage, compassion, courtesy, honourableness, sincerity and loyalty) be officially recognized.
The title of “Member of Taikunedo® Hall of Honor™” was protected as a trademark.
The International Martial Arts Federation™ Hall of Honor(abbreviated IMAFF)
Origin and Meaning:
The International Martial Arts Federation™ is a solid network of international martial arts organizations and was the CEO of double-peak Kyoshi Prof. Dr. phil. CEO Alberto Marchese and Hanshi Prof. Dr.-Ing Klaus Norbert Arndt and other famous martial arts masters, established in 2002. The roots of IMAFF date back to the early 1930s, in 1975, was an international association Martail traditional type Found., Founded about Shaolin Do and classic kung fu, which the IMAFF regarded as their progenitor. IMAFF is an officially recognized governing body for all open and “non-profit” martial arts of Chinese descent known separation, eg:. Than Wushu Do, Jeet Kune Do Kung Fu or TaijiquanDo. As such, he has oversight of both the KungFu-world nonprofit Olympic Association and the European Association EMAFF and the World Association IWuMAFF. Every four years, all affiliated international martial arts associations reviewed by a Scientific Committee and certified so that the practitioners of an excellent quality-tested for safety and advanced martial arts training have. Engaged with the Master degree as a certified completion of IMAFF™ and TIMAUC™ be set globally preferred for security units and enterprises and are therefore considered sound professional training. The Internationle TAIKUNED-IMAFF organization is pleased with any serious and sincere champion of wechem style Anyway, who is willing to work together to veressern us the quality de martial arts for the benefit of all martial artists to international ISO DIN standard. Please contact us using our responsible GM Renshi Danielza Paula: Contact via PN We are no commercial association but work basically equal and common benefit basis without profit and finance ourselves through donations and grants. The also world-renowned IMAFF™ organization annually awards up to 47 international martial artists, politicians or people who have rendered outstanding services to the real common good, out. There are three categories, Bronze, Silver and Gold. As this ceremony is a qualification of fees worldwide, the ceremony also in breach of the rule of Bushido (The seven virtues: Gi (義): honesty, justice, righteousness Yu (勇): Courage Jin (仁): Humanity Rei (礼): compliance with the etiquette, politeness Makoto (誠) or Shin (真): truth, veracity, genuineness Meiyo (名誉): sense of honor Chūgi (忠義), also Chū (忠): Loyalty, duty, loyalty The five main demands The five main demands of Bushidō, which are summarized under the term dojo kun, were: loyalty Loyalty to your rulers and Heimatliebe Loyalty and filial piety Loyalty to yourself, diligence courtesy love modesty label bravery Hardness and coolness Patience and perseverance quick-wittedness Openness and honesty honor justice simplicity purity Some religiously oriented writings organize the Bushidō in seven virtues corresponding to the seven major Kami of Shinto: be officially withdrawn honesty, courage, compassion, courtesy, honourableness, sincerity and loyalty) be officially recognized.
Taikunedo®IMAFF™TIMAUC™ World Union Leadership Management:
- CEO: Prof. Dr. GM Kyoshi Alberto Marchese
- CFO: Prof. Dr. Ing. Klaus-Norbert Arndt
- CAO: GM Shihan Bernd Höhle
- HPL: Prof. em. Dipl. Oec. GM Meijin Steffen Pohle (Ret.) Dean of TIMAUC™DAN DEGREE Commission
- CPO: PhD GM Renshi Danielza Paula
- CTO: Hanshi GM Lee Roy Bruce Taikunedo
- EUC: Renshi Han Baars
- GEC: O-Sensei Götz Gerckens
- The Way of the Warrior , Dorling Kindersley. edition The Way of the Warrior: (Taikunedo®) (1 November 2010). . ISBN-13: 978-1405359351 / / ISBN-10: 1405359358
- The Encyclopedia of Martial Arts , Sports SVB Verlag. The Encyclopedia of Martial Arts Publisher: Sports Publishing SVB (1999). . ISBN-13: 978-3328008385 / / ISBN-10: 3328008381
- Prof. Dr. Dr. oec.sc. hc Helmut Pohle , Helmut Pohle: My Journey to Taikunedo® – official textbook of Taikunedo® University of America. 5 Edition., 2007.
- Dr.phil.Kyoshi Marchese Alberto , Alberto Marchese: teaching training from beginner to master of Taikunedo® – official textbook of the European University Taikunedo®. 2 Edition., 2009.
- Chief Instructor Prof.em. Dipl.Oec. Dean Meijin-Renshi Steffen Pohle (Ret.) , Steffen Pohle: Certified training doctrine of 4.Dan to 6.Dan of Taikunedo® – official textbook of Taikunedo® University TIMAUC™. 3 Edition., 2012.
- Colonel Charles Robert Pohle , Self Publisher: The Founding of Martial Arts in China TAIKUNEDO Publisher Edition (1881) Wien. . ISBN-13: 978-3328002772 / / ISBN-10: 3328008277
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Meijin Renshi Steffen Pohle
Meijin Renshi Steffen Pohle (* 15 August 1960 in Duerrenberg ) is a German economist and martial artist.
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Pohle put 1980 in City of Schwedt – Germany (Oder) his professional education and became in October 1980
in NVA Army at the bottom official sergant scool in Eggesin and in MTS in Prora used, where hi was as a
staff sergant and reserve officer (ROA) released in 1984. He was released from the reservists service in the
NVA as an warrent officer of the reserve in 1989.
In East Germany (GDR), he studied at the Scool of Engeneering for Building Materials (THA) and graduated
with the theme to the process of reorganisation and productivization in the industry in the GDR at the end of
the seventies in terms of patent and innovation movement as a means of economic optimization SOEs .
Since 1969, Pohle trained as a student and instructor of the DJV JUDO und JIU JITSU in Schwedt,
Schwerin, Neubrandenburg and Leipzig. Responsible for GDR-Performence Sports decision Manfred Ewald
called him from 1980 to 1989 the Sectionheader JUDO for the ASG Eggesin und Dynamo Leipzig Country,
and BSG Leipzig Northeast.
From 1985, modified Pohle, together with his Uncle Shihan Helmut Pohle and Renshi Klaus G. Kruse parts
of the military secret combat for the special forces of the group of Soviet Forces in Germany (GSSD) and
Shihan Prof.Dr.Dr. Helmut Pohle published this fighting style from 1991 as „Taikunedo®“ and let this term
in 1992 as Registered international Trademark. In 1993, gives Helmut Pohle the Presidency of the
international Martial Arts Association to his nephew Steffen Pohle from.
After 1989, Pohle studied and practicated in Asia after a visiting teaching of Economics and Chinese Studies,
including at the former Koryo Songgyungwan University and the Renmin-University of (KSU & CRU).
Pohle receives 1994 Honorary Professor of KSU & CRU and 2005 as privat lecturer of VHS.
Grandmaster Pohle returned to Germany and studied from 1994 to 1997 at the Academy Gabler Wiesbaden
Pohle was in 1995 by the IMAFF™ with the International Budo Honorary title awarded “Renshi” and 2015
“Meijin”. He holds a 2nd DAN JUDO, the 4nd DAN HAPKIDO, the 6nd DAN TAIKUNEDO and the 7nd
DAN Hankido, confirmed by the international umbrella organisations DJV, IMAFF, IMAC, MAA-I and
WISDA & UWAMA
As of 2002, Pohle as a Pensioner, for a no fault car accident at the VHS, KSU & CRU and for IMAFF as a
scientific advisor and lecturer internationaly until his serious illness in 2012 an advisory capacity. He
authored several scintific publications, incluing About Certified training doctrine of 2nd DAN to 6nd DAN of
BUDO-Sport from MASTER to GRANDMASTER – official Textbook of the University TIMAUC™-IMAFF®
3rd edition 2013 design.
Pohle is an internationaly honored president and senior-DAN-Examiner also Dean of the IMAFF™ and the
TIMAUC™University and since 2015 Grandmaster and int. Master-Budoteacher of MAA-I and IMAC.
Because of his many scientific publications and research, Grandmaster was Prof. em. Dipl. Oec. Pohle
awarded in 2016 7nd DAN Kindi Ryu Hankido Style.
Dean Pohle supported since 2015 worldwide charities for sprt training of children and was in 2015 awarded
with the medal Mandela in South Africa. 2016 his non-profit support for the child and juniorsport in
Brandenburg was awarded by the BB-Radio. Dean Pohle wrote several scientificssportbooks for Junior
Martial Arts in non-profit organisations. His daughter, Sensei Josephine Pöge-Pohle and even Black Belt
Board Member supported Dean GM Pohle in his non-profit work. Grandmaster Pohle works since 2003
exclusively as a scientific advisor for the Budo, because of his disease.
Since 2017 is GM Pohle worldexaminer MAA-I & IMAFF for blackbelt & grandmaster degrees.
In march 2017 Meijin Pohle received the doctorate from Crown Prince Dr. Niranjan C. Bhat from india for
his outstanding achievements in international technical budo certification and he gave Meijin Pohle the 8th DAN honorable.
In May 2017, meijin pohle was elected unanimously as the consultative publishing house of the international imaff-taikunedo-amsterdam publishing house.