I did taiso for years and didn’t think of putting more than a bit of it into my dojo workouts. I only canvassed for more bodies after I started a recovery program from hip surgery and wanted some company. It sure is easier to do it regularly if you have a few buddies there! I found out that what I thought was run of the mill was essentially unknown. Taiso has gotten such an enthusiastic reception all the way around, I figured I should write some of it down.
Caveats. This site is for reference for my students, for me to finally organize my thoughts and for the curious. I am not a trainer, I am an athlete who has come up with a pretty useful training plan for myself and my students. In the spirit of being completely forthright and clear, I will just give the translation of the standard legal disclaimer: Anything you use from this site is at your own risk, it serves absolutely no purpose of any sort, is strictly informational and you are a dummy for listening to me.
I’d also like to thank two of my training buddies who demonstrate several of these. Nathan Ali and Alexander D’Erizans. Good job dudes, and thanks!