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Do You Hit Things?

As karate is primarily a striking art, I have always believed in punch bag, focus pads, kick shield and makiwara, training.You may disagree, but one of my primary objectives with new and experienced karateka, is to encourage them to hit fast and hard. Not only is this an essential part of a striking art, such […]

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The ‘Shock Hit’ In And Out Of The Karate Dojo

One of our Karate club’s, Brown Belt’s, was kicked in the head recently with a beautifully timed and controlled mawashigeri (roundhouse kick). He was stunned, shocked and bewildered, but he was ok. The karate kick was well controlled, no lost teeth, no knockout, no broken jaw, no broken nose, in fact, no broken anything. So […]

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Kihon Kata or Taikyoku Shodan Shotokan Karate Kata Tutorial

Probably the Most Important Shotokan Karate Kata Kihon Kata Video Tutorial below this article Correct practice of Kihon kata or Taikyoku Shodan is vital to shotokan karate practitioners. This karate kata only consists of two different karate moves, oizuki (stepping punch) and gedanbarai (downward block). But within these two ‘simple’ karate techniques, lay the basic […]

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Shotokan Karate – Which Is More Important – Spirit or Technique?

I believe Seishin (spirit) to be one of the most important aspects of karate practice. Technique is also important, but if someone has no spirit, their karate is just like a dance, it does not matter how good the technique is, if there is no spirit, there is no karate! Sometimes your spirit is all […]

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Shuto Uke Knife Hand Block From Shizentai Basic Explanation

​The below article and video are from our FREE 7 Day Video Home Study Course, which you can access by clicking the button below, you will also get access to our bronze membership level for FREE!! CLICK HERE For Our FREE 7 Day Video Course In shotokan karate, Shuto uke or knife hand block is […]

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Mae Geri Keage Front Snap Kick From Heisoku Dachi Basic Explanation

​Front Snap Kick (Mae Geri Keage) 1. Starting from the feet together stance (Heisoku-dachi), lift the knee high, keeping the ankle bent (90 degrees) and the toes curled back, so the ball of the foot is pointing directly forward. 2. Extend the kick to the target, keeping the supporting foot flat and toes facing forward. […]

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Uchi Ude Uke Inside Forearm Block From Shizentai Basic Explanation

​The below article and video are from our FREE 7 Day Video Home Study Course, which you can access by clicking the button below, you will also get access to our bronze membership level for FREE!! CLICK HERE For Our FREE 7 Day Video Course Uchi ude uke, or inside forearm block is one of […]

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Choku-zuki Straight Punch Like A Whip Not A Thud!

​The below article and video are from our FREE 7 Day Video Home Study Course, which you can access by clicking the button below, you will also get access to our bronze membership level for FREE!! CLICK HERE For Our FREE 7 Day Video Home Study Course Shotokan Sensei teach many variations of this punch. […]

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Soto Ude Uke Outside Forearm Block From Shizentai Basic Explanation

​The below article and video are from our FREE 7 Day Video Home Study Course, which you can access by clicking the button below, you will also get access to our bronze membership level for FREE!! CLICK HERE For Our FREE 7 Day Video Course Soto ude uke, or outside forearm block is one of […]

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