Katas De Karate Do Shito Ryu Pdf Download [UPDATED]

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Katas De Karate Do Shito Ryu Pdf Download

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.

park jung soon holds the 6th dan(black belt) rank in taekwon-do and founded the “chai byung kwan” in 1979. he also holds the 9th dan rank in shito ryu(chun) and founded park jung soon kwan (shito ryu) in 1991. in the course of his karate history he has studied with 11 other shito-ryu masters of korean, korean american, chinese and japanese descent. we thank all 11 for their time and their effort. shito ryu should be practiced more then most other styles because of it’s fast flowing sequences. every time you choose your arm to swing, get ready to strike, and every time you strike, you are hitting faster. it’s because your ready to strike. he was trained by: shito ryu master, ryuso kenwa mabuni (10th dan), yoon sik, (2nd dan), choh jong kim (9th dan) & iko youn, (9th dan). we hope you’ll find the content useful to your karate practice. enjoy! all ranks for katas jion, rohai, kijo, jite, rohai & have an up to date training kit.

new updated special karate-do full-hire,competition system & exam system is available for this version. g.k. karate-do kyokushinkai is a school of martial arts founded by g. (dan) in the year 1962.’s name comes from his nickname of “gran k”. it has its headquarters in chiba, japan. the full form of the style is continue reading

The katas are generally divided into two separate categories: power kata and weapon kata. Power katas are designed to teach students the techniques for kicking and punching. These techniques are generally slow, straight-line movement with continuous emphasis on pushing, chopping, or hammering the opponent with a knee, elbow, or fist. Weapon katas are designed to teach students techniques using weapons such as wooden staffs, ceramic shuriken (arrows), or bamboo swords.
A variety of terms are used to describe the various techniques and movements of the katas, including jion (擲け), meaning to throw or thrust; erikisui (エリカイサイ), meaning a circular cutting movement; and tate jime (打て槍打ち), meaning to strike with a staff, rod, or stick.
To demonstrate true power, the techniques and movements in the katas must be practiced for a full five minutes, with no breathing or random in-and-out motions, and with no moving out of the alignment. There are also three basic categories of katas in the Shito Ryu kata, namely, punch, kick, and riposte. The sparring katas are the most commonly taught and are also the most difficult of the katas in the Shito Ryu kata. The sparring katas, with their time-consuming pre-arranged (or pre-arrangement) techniques and movements, are used to teach students how to effectively protect themselves from an attacker with more skill and knowledge. The standing katas are the next most commonly taught katas in the Shito Ryu kata and, while much simpler in their movements, are still challenging as they are designed to teach the student how to defend themselves. Lastly, the technique katas are the simplest and least common of the three categories. The technique katas are designed to teach students the basic kicking and punching techniques for self-defense. They are taught in a basic form, which emphasizes only the movement of the hands and body, while omitting the footwork and alignment that are common in the sparring and standing katas. Because kata teaches students many things that are not directly practiced in other forms of karate, kata are considered very important and central to the karate student’s practice.


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