With thanks to Adeyto, Bogdan Kurilko, Iogkf Ua and BlakeBros for their permission to use material from their respective channels in the making of this short-video. After reading some of the comments, I wish to elaborate the following: Okinawan karate (Before it was introduced to Japan) had a lot of joint-locks throws, take-downs and ground-fighting (Though not as extensive as Modern Jujitsu), these are apparent in our KATA. To those who are not familiar with the history of Okinawan Karate, when Chojun Miyagi (the founder of Goju) demonstrated his karate before Judo's founder Kano Jigoro in 1928 (?) what did Jigoro compliment the young Miyagi Sensei for ? For his interesting Ne-waza. Jigoro also incorporated a throw he saw Kenwa Mabuni Sensei perform (Founder of Shitoryu) and a takedown from Funakoshi Sensei into his Judo Syllabus. When Karate was first introduced into Japan, it was lumped under the Jujitsu department within the Dai-Nippon Butoku-kai as a SUB-CATEGORY, one can deduce that it is because they were so similar. Since every student learnt Jujitsu and Judo as part of their physical education in schools anyway, karate was seen as a sort of a redundancy. The karate masters had to do something to become independent -so they decided to emphasize on the striking techniques which Judo and Jujitsu did not have (It would have been pointless to punch against yoroi armout in medieval times so they never developed that tradition), so that by 1933 Karate was recognized as different from Jujitsu and given their own category. So you will see in many Japanese karate much lesser joint-locks and take-downs. As for the history of Okinawan Gojuryu: The founder of Goju-Ryu - Chojun Miyagi Sensei was a very keen wrestler (Okinawan Wrestling), and he also trained in a Judo dojo for 2 years during his military service in Kyushu. I believe there's a story which said that he was barred from Judo in high school because he was too strong and he was unwittingly hurting the other students. Any way, Miyagi Sensei later became the physical education instructor in the Police Academy in Naha, and he got most of his students jobs there - they all trained in Judo as well because it was compulsory for police officers to do o. His senior students Eiichi Miyazato (Okinawan Goju-ryu Jundokan) for example, was multiple time All Okinawan Judo Champion and Judo 8th Dan (Gojuryu-10th Dan), Shinzato, Higa, Iha, they were all at one time policemen and good at Judo. So Goju-Ryu always had a Judo-Jujitsu element in it anyway. Finally, Okinawan Goju-Ryu Karate does not insist on rigid sparring "Styles" like you would see in some schools. The technical essence of Okinawan Goju-Ryu is to teach body-mechanics, attack and defence strategies, and a system of training (Hojo Undo, Junbi Undo etc). Kata, is an exercise in body-mechanics and techniques. We train our minds and bodies. There is no sparring style per-se. The idea is to work Goju-Principles into the strikes and throws and submission techniques. History records that never did Chojun Miyagi Sensei teach a certain sparring style. Weaving and Ducking is perfectly Goju-Ryu, Morio Higaonna Sensei had always taught a wide variety of training exercises in his syllabus. Finally, all the footage in this video comes from various dojos of the IOGKF (International Okinawan Gojuryu Karate Federation). BUT if you look at other Okinawan Gojuryu Organizations you will find them doing the same during Iri-kumi (Sparring). In our Irikumi rules ground-fighting is for 20 seconds, because it is not realistic to roll for 3 minutes in a real-fight (So the argument goes). But all of Okinawan Goju-Ryu Karate are very familiar with what I have presented in this Video.
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Watch more How to Do Karate videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/500200-What-Are-the-Major-Styles-of-Karate-Karate-Lessons Learn about the major styles of karate from karate instructor Richard Amos in this Howcast video. Okay, the major styles of karate. There are in fact more and more styles are coming out into the open now. When I started karate in the 70s there were really just a few. Shotokan, which is what I do, is probably the most widely spread for a number of reasons. First of all, because they had a instructor's program guiding from the early 60s in Japan and the Japan Karate Association sent out instructors all over the world in the early to mid-60s so that really spread karate. In fact, anyone who does Shotokan karate today probably can trace their original instructor from that first group of teachers that came from Japan. Other styles which are very popular, you have Kyokushinkai which is like Shotokan a very big scale technique of karate but they focus much more on building a heavy power because they have a knock-down system. They don't have punches to the face. They have kicks to the face, so obviously you have to have quite a high guard which is very characteristic of that style. They hit really hard so they're usually more heavily muscled than some of the other karate styles. Another very, very big style is Goju-ryu which bears its Okinawan roots a little bit more strongly than something Shotokan and there'll be more body conditioning in that one, more makiwara training which is the punching post which is a very traditional training tool. And other styles such as Shito-ryu and Shorin-ryu resemble each other to a degree but they all have their emphases. Some of them are more flowing. Shito-ryu has the big stances of Shotokan but not quite as much expansive body movement, etc., etc. But there are really many styles out there and they all have their own character.
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full video Hayashi-ha Shito-ryu Karate-do Kihon Kata Performed by Senpai Mao Thygesen, Sensei Matthew Day, Sensei Junko Arai . Шито-рю Каратэ . Download this video My wepsite Karate Shito Ryu Kata DVD Set Vol-1 By Kunio Miyake Shito Ryu is one of the four major karate styles in the world and this is a complete presentation of the . Sensei Kenzo Mabuni teaches a class with Sensei Rudy Crosswell- joelsamuelpresents 1993
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Created By Javier Vargas. Like, Comment, Share, & Subscribe! Rare Videos by Vargas TV! - (youtube.com/forenzikproductions) The World's Top 10 Martial Arts Fighting Styles Ever Created and Used In History and Today.☯ | The Top Ten Most Deadly, Dangerous, Efficient, Useful, Practical, and Effective Fight Styles Of All Time! Many of these Techniques are used today in MMA and in UFC Cage Fight Matches or out in the Street, look it up bruh YouTube it! ;) anyway the top 10 are: Hapkido, Chinese Shaolin Kung Fu - Shi Yan Ming Shaolin Monks Gung Fu, Wing Chun - Ip Man, Muay Thai - Tony Jaa, Jiu Jitsu - Rickson Graice and Gracie Family BJJ, Judo, Tae Kwon Do, Krav Maga, Jeet Kune Do - Bruce Lee Founded Martial Art, and Kyokushin Kai Ryu Karate - Mas Masatatsu Oyama Japanese Founded Martial Art.
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Uechi-Ryu, one of the three main styles of Karate in Okinawa, was transmitted from China to Japan by Master Kanbun Uechi, faithfully preserving all its philosophy and the form of the performances. However, there are not many Masters who have such an impeccable and long career as Gustavo Gondra, Karate and Kobudo 8th Dan, President of the World Uechi Ryu Karate Do and Kobudo Organization, and one of the best Referees of Traditional Karate at international level. He received from Sensei Kanei the representation of the Style for Argentina, as well as the 4th Dan, and he was a direct student of S. Takamiyagui, 9th Dan, Y. Arakaki, 9th Dan and currently of Sinju Gushi, 9th Dan, all of them Grand Masters of the original Association of the Style, whose president was Sensei Kanei Uechi until his death. With him, we will study Hojo Undo (set of basic techniques which form the Kata), Hojo Undo Bunkai, San Chin Kata and Kitae, Kyu Kumite (prepared drills for attack and defense), Se San (5th Kata of the style) and Bunkai, Kote Kitae (strengthening techniques), San Se Ryu (3rd Kata) and Free Techniques included in the forms of Uechi Ryu, one of the most respected styles of the Martial Tradition of Karate Do. DVD & Video on download available at http://www.budointernational.com NEW MEGA-WEBSITE www.budointernational.com, WITH MORE OFFERS AND EXCLUSIVE CONTENTS, FREE ONLINE MAGAZINE IN 6 LANGUAGES, 500 VIDEOS ON DOWNLOAD...! New Prices: DVDs 20€ - Videos on Download: 9.90€
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Avec Maître Bhoulafha Mimoun, notre conseiller en matière d’arts martiaux okinawaiiens, nous vous proposons certains des meilleurs et des plus importants Maîtres de la tradition, tel que le Maître Nakasone, vous donnant ainsi l'occasion de connaître de première main les enseignements du Karaté dans le plus pur style traditionnel. Nakasone, aux côtés de ses principaux Maîtres, présente les Fukyo Katas: Gekisai 1 et 2, Gekiha 1 et 2 et Kakuha, sans oublier Sanchin, le kata représentatif de ce style. La vidéo vous montre dans tous les détails leur réalisation traditionnelle ainsi que leurs applications ou Bunkai Budo International
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The video is taken from following channel with approval of video owner approval https://www.youtube.com/user/kalikurg (Bogdan Kurilko) Thanks to the channel If you do not like that we are using this video , please tell us and we will delete it Morio Higaonna was born 25th December 1938, he began training in karate when he was fourteen. He studied Shorin-Ryu with his father, he was also training with a friend Tsunetaka Shimabukuro another Shorin-Ryu stylist. At the age of sixteen he began to train in the Goju-ryu style on the recommendation of Shimabukuro Sensei. The year was 1955 and the young Higaonna was training in the garden dojo of the late Chojun Miyagi Sensei, his instructor was Anichi Miyagi Sensei. At that time the training regime was very tough and Higaonna Sensei tells us of the countless times he would practice Kata or Kakie training with many different opponents until he could no longer move his arms. Anyone who has trained in Okinawa will know that due to the climate this requires tremendous effort. In 1957 the garden dojo moved to a permanent building, this was called the Jundokan, he continued his training there, training up to five hours every day. After his instructor Anichi Miyagi Sensei moved away to work on an American oil tanker Higaonna Sensei gained a place at the Takushoku University in Tokyo, it was around this time that the first official Dan grading was organised, Higaonna Sensei was awarded 3rd Dan, the year was 1960. It was in Tokyo that Higaonna Sensei taught at the famous Yoyogi dojo. Many thousands of students passed through this dojo, some of the more notable were Sensei's Ogawa, Todano and Terauchi and from the west Ernest Brenech, James Rousseau, Bakies Laubscher and from Shotokan Karate Terry O'Niel. ng the late sixties and early seventies Higaonna Sensei begun to travel to several of the countries that were practicing Okinawa Goju-ryu, he was invited to perform a demonstration at the World karate Championships in Paris in 1972 and his reputation as one of the strongest Goju-ryu practitioners in the world was growing. In 1979 in Poole, England with the help of his senior international instructors the IOGKF was set up. From that time to this Higaonna Sensei has maintained his own strict training regime and continues to research the original Kata and training methods of Goju-ryu, he still consults the advice of his instructor Anichi Miyagi Sensei and other senior IOGKF advisors. Anyone who has ever met Higaonna Sensei will not only be impressed by his karate ability but also by his humility and good natured personality. It leaves you with the feeling of having met a true master of karate.
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The Similarities between him and his brother Lyoto are shocking, as they both almost have the same style, that same feel for timing, but non the less, they are very different warriors all the same. https://www.patreon.com/MindSmash Music: [Downtempo] mōbe - in palo alto Script: "Hello, This was a very exciting fight for me, because when I saw it, it almost looked exactly like lyoto Machida's style, but orthodox instead of southpaw. I honestly thought this man was lyoto machida's younger brother, but it turns out, he's a 40 year old man, lyoto's older brother chinzo, he's ten years older... I was in shock... This dude has to be eating those goji berries or something, because he looks like he just graduated highschool, he definitely has a healthy intake of anti oxidants. Non the less, let's take a deeper look into this karate champions latest fight. Just pay attention to the way he moves his left hand, he's reading his opponents reaction to it as he feints with the left, and notice how he positions his hands with the bladed stance, the same 3 point karate stance used by lyoto. The lead hand guages and helps maintain distance, constantly stepping in and backing away as he feints the left, while the right is lower to his side, ready to counter, waiting for that timing to drop power. He's feeling for his opponents rhythm and building his own sense of timing to that rhythm. Very Lyoto machida aswell in the way he backs up, prodding with leg kicks, basically looking for an opportunity to counter, and the longer this goes on, the more he will get a sense for his opponents rhythm. Here Chinzo throws a front snap kick, and his opponent knees it to the side, and in that moment, chinzo see's an opening, comes in with an overhand, and watch how his back leg has now shifted to the front as he follows through with the overhand. That was some serious weight being transfered into the punch. But his opponent recovers. Here, it appears chinzo was attempting to throw a kick with his lead leg, but the motion with halted as he saw his opponent come in with a jab, and so as he raises his hand to block, he is toppled over by his feet moving forward and his hands pushed back. I don't know what happened here but it seems very karate. Like look at his face, you can see him going WOAAH. I've actually never seen a move like this before. It's interesting, he precisely took hold the jab and deflected off of it. Finishing sequence. Chinzo feints coming in with his left, and his opponents shows intent for a jab, he's picked up a pattern of behaviour. Now watch. Feints the left tapping gloves, then instantly, predicting the same behaviour coming in with a jab, overhand cross, his opponent is hurt, and you can see it on chinzo's face as he goes in to capitalize, WOAAHH. His opponent is pressured, and in that moment of anxiety what comes next is habit, chinzo again feints the left, and counters the pattern of behaviour the jab with a Yeah I did it uppercut... sorry, no, it's a bolo punch, and the fight ends. The reason why the uppercut was so effective in this situation was because his opponent ducked as he threw the jab. He did that here as well, and if you look at the feint he threw here, he was lowering himself similarily. Chinzo picked up on this pattern of ducking after the jab, and as joe lewis once said. The uppercut is the perfect weapon against a fighter in the crouched position, smashing the off switch. This was very nostalgic for me, as there were so many lyoto machida ques throughout the fight, and to that end, I hope you guys enjoyed this as much as I did. Please don't forget to like and subscribe if you did, it's good karma, and until next time, peace."
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This is Karate Shotokan What is Shotokan? Watch this video and find out. ►Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/widuliya/ Video Credits: Osu Short Movie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdpgZJZmjA8 Visit vjvlad Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1gqdWG_t48srAYk4NwZkmA Jörg Gantert: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5h5lfRVJqDQ Visit Jörg Gantert YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDQxzn5rfiMfI_CCIT6fPSA TheLeviathanFilm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nc9UDt7Bhsg YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTcwOdeZvkKzkP5zC9fWz5w Music Credits: Title: Jim Yosef - Firefly [NCS Release] Link on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_OwcYTNbHs ▽ Follow Jim Yosef SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/jim-yosef Facebook https://www.facebook.com/jimyosefmusic YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/Jimboows Hey guys we are back with a new No Touch Martial Arts episode. The video shows a person who identify himself as an expert in several martial arts. He demonstrates a strange technique which uses sounds and words to knockout people. Can this be real? No! The video is a further attempt to clear the way towards finding the truth about No Touch Martial Arts.
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Multiple-time, retired world kata champion Rika Usami (Shito Ryu style) performs for a broadband advertisement.
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karate Wado Ryu d'Hironori Otsuka "Best of Wado ryu Karate" présenté par Budo Attitude - http://www.budo-attitude.com
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e Uechi Ryu est l'un des styles les plus respectes de la tradition martiale du Karate-do. Gustavo Gondra, 8e Dan de Karate et de Kobudo, président de la World Uechi Ryu Karate Do et Kobudo Organization et l'un des meilleurs arbitres de Karate traditionnel à niveau international. Il reçut des mains de Sensei Kanei la représentation du style pour l'Argentine, en plus du 4e Dan et fut elève direct de S. Takamiyagui 9e Dan, Y. Arakaki 9e Dan et actuellement de Sinju Gushi 9e Dan, tous des grands maîtres de l'Association originale du style que presida Sensei Kanei Uechi jusqu'à sa mort. Nous étudions avec lui Hojo Undo (un ensemble de techniques élémentaires avec lesquelles sont constitues les katas), Hojo Undo Bunkai, San Chin Kata y Kitae, Kyu Kumite (des exercices prépares d'attaque et de défense), Se San (5e kata du style) et Bunkai, Kote Kitae (techniques d'endurcissement), San Se Ryu (3e kata) et des techniques libres incluses dans les formes d'Ueshi Ryu. Budo International
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Learn about Jesse Enkamp’s style in this Karate video where “The Karate Nerd” explains how to choose the best Karate style for you. Visit http://www.karateyjesse.com to learn more!
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Complete Nihon Koden Shindo Ryu Karate-Do video. Video Completo del estilo de Karate-Do Nihon Koden Shindo Ryu.
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Goju Ryu, Shorin Ryu, Uechi Ryu, Okinawa karate film about Uechi Ryu karate styles - Sensei Takamiyagi Shigeru 10 dan, Goju Ryu karate - Sensei Morio Higaonna 10 dan, Shorin Ryu karate - Zenpo Shimabukuro 10 dan. In the film, the famous Masters of Okinawa, demonstrate their styles, Sensei Katsuhiko Shinzato 10 dan Shorin Ryu, Sensei Choko Kyuna 10 dan Shorin Ryu. The film was shot at the Okikukai training center Kenshukaikan (Okinawa karate to Kyokai) Chatan city (Kitamae district) Okinawa.
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Iintroduced Kofukan Shito-Ryu's 5 basic combinations to my buddy Dan, a 30+ years shotokan karate sensei. I have enjoyed Shito Ryu's fine techniques over a year. Dan have tried it out for the first time and also enjoyed the difference and benefit of the exercise in this session More detail about these 5 combinations are available here: https://youtu.be/1YQbDhNhLNo _________ We are open minded and we believe a true karate practitioner should be. There is no one style better than the other, it all depends on the individual. I hope you enjoyed this video. Please feel free to post and comments in the comment section. O-Su! Facebook Kofukan Karate: https://web.facebook.com/dobsondojos.kofukankarate Dan's Porthill Shotokan Karate: http://www.porthillskarate.nz/ Music: http://www.purple-planet.com/
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Jesse Enkamp (The Karate Nerd) learns a new Okinawan Karate style and performs the traditional Karate kata Seisan from Uechi-ryu during one of his international seminars in USA. Visit http://www.karatebyjesse.com to learn more!
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Welcome to Kempo Ryu Karate, to our Dojo and to our events as we invite all Karate-ka and visitors world-wide to experience what we do and invite them to part-take in our Karate activities. The head of the organisation is Peter Mylonas, Kancho - Australia's most prominent Kempo instructor - one of Australia's leading Karate teachers. Kempo Ryu is based in Sydney, Australia and is known as Australia's leading Kempo group. Whilst all our Dojo are all located in Sydney we have a broad-base support across the city and are very active in the Australian Karate (Martial Arts) community. Our style is a Japanese Kempo Style, whilst other styles of Kempo are American (Kenpo), or western freestyle based; we attempt to maintain the traditions and cultures of Japanese Karate in our teaching and Dojo culture.
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In this karate tutorial i will tell you about how to do kicks in shito-ryu style. Please like this video and subscribe for more videos like this.
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Karate Shito Ryu Kata DVD Set Vol-1 By Kunio Miyake Shito Ryu is one of the four major karate styles in the world and this is a complete presentation of the katas of the style. Created and developed by Grandmaster Kenwa Mabuni, Shito Ryu mixes the traditions and experiences of the ancient schools of Naha, Shuri and Tomari with a practical approach to self-defense. Demonstrated by Sensei Kunio Miyake, this 5 DVD set explores the Kata and the “bunkai” principles of the style, including hundreds of applications for all the forms of the system. This is definitely a masterclass piece of valuable information. This series has a great deal to offer to all Karate-do students, from beginner to black belt level, as well as being a unique and enjoyable way to learn the from the basic kata Pin An (Heian) series to the more advanced forms of the Shito Ryu style. It is a true gem by one of the best Shito Ryu masters of our time. It includes many detailed techniques and comprehensive information that will vastly improve the practitioner’s ability to perform and understand the traditional kata of the Shito Ryu style. Available on iPhon, iPad, PC/Mac & DVDS at: www.MastersMag.com
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Okinawan Karate | Japanology Plus - TV - NHK WORLD Alongside karate, the various "ways of the warrior" that Japan has exported to the world include such venerable disciplines as judo, aikido, and kendo. What all of these martial arts have in common is an emphasis on spiritual development. Not only do you learn how to fight, ideally you also become a better person.
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Shorin Ryu or Young Forest Style is the first created system in Karate. Sokon "Bushi" Matsumura gave an identity to the old forms of Ti practiced on the island of Okinawa and took for it the Chuan Fa forms brought from the mainland (China). Thus was born a long line of Masters of this system fast, dynamic and strong system. A direct successor of this ancient lineage, the late Dai Sensei Yuchoku Higa, known as "the strong fist from Okinawa", founded his Dojo as Kyudokan. His nephew, Sensei O. Mazato Higa, 9th Dan, is currently in charge of spreading the Kyudokan School all over the world. His Karate is explained and developed with such clarity that it can be said it has become a "scientific Karate". Accompanied by his student and representative at the Iberian Peninsula, Renato Graziosi, 6th Dan, Sensei Higa shows on this DVD the excellence of a Style and a Karate School which keeps the Tradition and Spirit as valid as when it emerged. DVD & Video on download available at http://www.budointernational.com NEW MEGA-WEBSITE www.budointernational.com, WITH MORE OFFERS AND EXCLUSIVE CONTENTS, FREE ONLINE MAGAZINE IN 6 LANGUAGES, 500 VIDEOS ON DOWNLOAD...! New Prices: DVDs 20€ - Videos on Download: 9.90€
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Akihiro Yagi, Yodan, Meibukan Goju Ryu, son of Grand Master Meitatsu Yagi, Judan, grandson of Meibukan founder Meitoku Yagi, performing the Meibuken Kata Tenchi before a seminar at the Cambridge Spring Karate Challenge in Cambridge, Ontario in May of 2003. Filmed by Tony Banh of Openminded Productions. ---------------- Update Dec 30, 2006 ***Video now available for download in Quicktime format at Revver.com http://one.revver.com/watch/130719 ----------------- International Meibukan Goju Ryu Karate Association http://www.IMGKA.com Cambridge Martial Arts Academy http://www.CambridgeMartialArts.ca Information regarding the Meibuken Katas http://www.meibukan.ca/technical_meibukenKata.html ------------------- Openminded Productions www.openyourmind.tk http://www.facebook.com/tonybanh
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Learn how to find your own personal best fighting/sparring style in martial arts from Jesse Enkamp (The Karate Nerd). This video explains 5 unique physiological fighting archetypes based on your genetic potential and DNA. Recorded in the Enkamp family's traditional Karate dojo in Stockholm, Sweden. Visit http://www.karatebyjesse.com to learn more!
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What does Hard & Soft mean? What is Circular movement? Is Sanchin Kata at the heart of Goju Ryu? Is there a lot of Grappling in Goju Ryu? Chris Rowen 6th Dan Goju Ryu Karate Do talks to Steve Rowe about Karate. Chris Rowen became a student of the renowned Gogen Yamaguchi, and trained with him for 3yrs in Japan in the 70s. He experienced traditional mountain training, frozen lake training, and austere training and learned Japanese in the process. http://www.bunbukan.com Thanks for watching, we hope you enjoyed it, please like, share and don't forget to subscribe to this channel for more great videos each week!! You can also find, follow and subscribe to a huge World of Martial Arts Television here; Main site - http://www.woma.tv Daily news - http://news.woma.tv Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/www.woma.tv Twitter - https://twitter.com/Willwitter
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Karate Shito Ryu Kata DVD Set Vol-5 By Kunio Miyake Shito Ryu is one of the four major karate styles in the world and this is a complete presentation of the katas of the style. Created and developed by Grandmaster Kenwa Mabuni, Shito Ryu mixes the traditions and experiences of the ancient schools of Naha, Shuri and Tomari with a practical approach to self-defense. Demonstrated by Sensei Kunio Miyake, this 5 DVD set explores the Kata and the “bunkai” principles of the style, including hundreds of applications for all the forms of the system. This is definitely a masterclass piece of valuable information. This series has a great deal to offer to all Karate-do students, from beginner to black belt level, as well as being a unique and enjoyable way to learn the from the basic kata Pin An (Heian) series to the more advanced forms of the Shito Ryu style. It is a true gem by one of the best Shito Ryu masters of our time. It includes many detailed techniques and comprehensive information that will vastly improve the practitioner’s ability to perform and understand the traditional kata of the Shito Ryu style. Available on iPhon, iPad, PC/Mac & DVDS at: www.MastersMag.com
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The video is taken from following channel with approval of video owner approval https://www.youtube.com/user/kalikurg (Bogdan Kurilko) Thanks to the channel If you do not like that we are using this video , please tell us and we will delete it If you do not like that we are using this video , please tell us and we will delete it Goju Ryu - Japanese for "hard-soft style," is one of the main traditional Okinawan styles of karate, featuring a combination of hard and soft techniques. Both principles, hard and soft, come from the famous martial arts book used by Okinawan masters during the 19th and 20th centuries, the Bubishi (Chinese: 武備志; pinyin: Wǔbèi Zhì). Gō, which means hard, refers to closed hand techniques or straight linear attacks; jū, which means soft, refers to open hand techniques and circular movements. Gōjū-ryū incorporates both circular and linear movements into its curriculum, combining hard striking attacks such as kicks and close hand punches with softer open hand circular techniques for attacking, blocking, and controlling the opponent, including locks, grappling, takedowns, and throws.
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Dave GoJi Karate VS Marc Yin BaGua. Friendly Free Sparring Exchange match. Interested in Yin Style BaGua classes or private lessons for Kids & adults contact 718 291 4818 www.Blacktaoist.com Check out the New Yin BaGuaZhang instructional video by Coach Novell: http://store.payloadz.com/details/1881875-movies-and-videos-training-yin-style-bagua-form-application.html
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Uechi-Ryū (上地流 Uechi-Ryū) is a traditional style of Okinawan karate. Uechi-Ryū means "Style of Uechi" or "School of Uechi". Originally called Pangai-noon, which translates to English as "half-hard, half-soft", the style was renamed Uechi-Ryū after the founder of the style, Kanbun Uechi, an Okinawan who went to Fuzhou in Fujian Province, China to study martial arts and Chinese medicine when he was 19 years old. After his death, in 1948, the style was refined, expanded, and popularized by Kanbun Uechi's son, Kanei Uechi.
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Lucas Okuma and Hiroshi Adachi face off in a badass Karate fight to the finish. Note on the styles: Lucas Okuma's style is Ken Zen Do 拳禅道 Hiroshi Adachi's style is Gasho-Ryu 伽翔流 Directed by Lucas Okuma Shot and edited by Shaun Finney The Stunt People www.thestuntpeople.com
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Do you know UFC fighter Conor McGregor uses Karate techniques in MMA? Watch this video to learn from Jesse Enkamp (The Karate Nerd) how "The Notorious" uses Karate's footwork, stances, kicks and distancing in MMA. Visit http://www.karatebyjesse.com to learn more!
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Shito Ryu Shukokai Karate Lesson : http://www.imineo.com/sports-jeux/arts-martiaux/karate/shito-ryu-shukokai-karate-basicscombinationsadvanced-katas-video-11348.htm Karate master Terry Pottage 7th Dan demonstrates in detail: Basic punches Blocks and strikes Combination techniques 1-9 5 Hokei Kumite of Shito-Ryu / Shukokai Karate Also demonstrated are the 3 advanced katas: Matsumura Rohai Kururunfa Nipaipo.
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Isshin Ryu Karate Videos: https://goo.gl/7cw4uy All Karate Videos: https://goo.gl/uuDJfp Isshin Ryu Karate Fundamentals: https://youtu.be/PTZbBHub2P8?list=PLyyVpVloRrh74TGCs7i6Sa5pq5c0nvy2h Isshin Ryu Karate Katas Volume 1 (Seisan, Seiunchin, Naihanchi): https://youtu.be/kMm8NUtzHSk?list=PLyyVpVloRrh74TGCs7i6Sa5pq5c0nvy2h Isshin Ryu Karate Katas Volume 2 (Wansu, Chinto, Sanchin): https://youtu.be/_QOrFsXKKp0?list=PLyyVpVloRrh74TGCs7i6Sa5pq5c0nvy2h Isshin Ryu Karate Katas Volume 3 (Kusanku, Sunsu): https://youtu.be/PBhkASlboSE?list=PLyyVpVloRrh74TGCs7i6Sa5pq5c0nvy2h Tatsuo Shimabuku Founder of Isshin ryu Karate performs all Isshin-Ryu Kata (Empty hand and Weapons): https://youtu.be/8-cMzS2i8r8?list=PLyyVpVloRrh74TGCs7i6Sa5pq5c0nvy2h Traditional Self Defense Techniques from Goju Ryu Karate: https://youtu.be/hOCzPKK89e0?list=PLyyVpVloRrh4wdAsmQy3A-4wNAy_LxBWA Goju Ryu Karate Blocking Techniques: https://youtu.be/DcNOEZWrxhg?list=PLyyVpVloRrh4wdAsmQy3A-4wNAy_LxBWA Karate Goju Ryu Punching: https://youtu.be/YQ9zq8xEUdY?list=PLyyVpVloRrh4wdAsmQy3A-4wNAy_LxBWA Gichin Funakoshi "The Father of Modern Karate" 1924 Vintage Film: https://youtu.be/MEhXKsa8S5U?list=PLyyVpVloRrh4wdAsmQy3A-4wNAy_LxBWA Gichin Funakoshi Historical Video: https://youtu.be/n4kxwZuBXko?list=PLyyVpVloRrh4wdAsmQy3A-4wNAy_LxBWA Shinkichi Tatsuo Shimabukuro (島袋 龍夫; September 19, 1908 – May 30, 1975.) was the founder of Isshin-ryū ("One Heart Style") style of karate. Isshin-Ryu (一心流 Isshin-ryū) is a style of Okinawan karate founded by Tatsuo Shimabuku (島袋 龍夫) in 1956. Isshin-Ryū karate is largely a synthesis of Shorin-ryū karate, Gojū-ryū karate, and kobudō. The name means, literally, "one heart way" (as in "wholehearted" or "complete"). In 1989 there were 336 branches of Isshin-ryū throughout the world (as recorded by the IWKA), most of which were concentrated in the United States. Tatsuo Shimabuku Original 1966 Film. This is the original film shot at Steve Armstrong's dojo in 1966. Tatsuo Shimabuku Performs All Isshinryu Kata. Tatsuo Shimabuku, Grandmaster of the Isshinryu Karate system, performs the 8 empty hand kata, and weapons kata of Isshinryu.
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