The Advanced Shotokan Karate Handbook

The Advanced Shotokan Karate Handbook

This book is for the beginner to the Black Belt. With illustrations and instructions.

Author: Gursharan Sahota

Publisher: Sahota Pub

ISBN: 0952463814

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 246

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This book is for the beginner to the Black Belt. With illustrations and instructions.
Categories: Sports & Recreation

The Shotokan Karate Handbook

The Shotokan Karate Handbook

This book is for the beginner to the Balck belt. With illustrations with all instrucitons.

Author: Gursharan Sahota

Publisher: Sahota Pub

ISBN: 0952463806

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 284

View: 462

This book is for the beginner to the Balck belt. With illustrations with all instrucitons.
Categories: Sports & Recreation

Shotokan Karate Easiest way to get Black Belt

Shotokan Karate  Easiest way to get Black Belt

"FOREWORD" for this magnificent book is written by 6 Time World Boxing Champion, M.C. Mary Kom.

Author: Pradeep Kumar Yadav

Publisher: Blue Rose Publishers

ISBN: 9789354272066

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 174

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"FOREWORD" for this magnificent book is written by 6 Time World Boxing Champion, M.C. Mary Kom. The remarkable part of this Karate book is that it is fully colored adorned with high-resolution photographs and its coffee-table size makes it a memorable and unique book in the world. This book is precious and useful for those Karateka who need to take in Shotokan style Karate from White Belt to Black Belt with the aim of full devotion towards learning and rehearsing Karate. Each pursuer of this book will know much about the fundamentals of Shotokan Kata. What's more, this book incorporates a portrayal of the positions of some advanced movements of the Shotokan style that are performed by me only, so that every Karateka can see clear photos and catch on it quickly in a simple manner. This book is composed for everyone who is inspired by the Shotokan Karate and needs to look behind credible Shotokan Karate more profoundly. For those, keen on extending their insight and improving their capacities with the applications depicted and delineated in this book, I recommend perusing this book completely to get each stance exhibited by me along with its full description about that particular stance so that it may be learned very well by the Karateka straight forwardly.
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

SHOTOKAN KARATE PRACTICAL COMBAT KARATE FOR THE STREET

SHOTOKAN KARATE  PRACTICAL COMBAT KARATE FOR THE STREET

This manual covers the basic principles of self-defense, use of force factors in self-defense, simple and effective self-defense techniques to counter arm grabs, body grabs, choke attacks, punching and kicking attack counters, club attacks, ...

Author: Joseph Truncale

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781329327115

Category: Self-Help

Page: 98

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Shotokan Karate is one of the most effective forms of self-defense but it is this area that is most ignored in traditional Shotokan dojos. This modest manual is different from most Shotokan Karate texts because it focuses on the self-defense application of karate. Traditional Shotokan karate concentrates on three primary areas. They are basics or Kihon, Kata or forms, and sparring or kumite. The sparring may consist of five times sparring, three times sparring, one time sparring, semi-free sparring and free sparring. Self-defense training is seldom practiced and this manual hopes to fill that gap for students of Shotokan and other traditional styles of Karate. This manual covers the basic principles of self-defense, use of force factors in self-defense, simple and effective self-defense techniques to counter arm grabs, body grabs, choke attacks, punching and kicking attack counters, club attacks, knife attacks, gun attacks, ground attacks and multiple attacker self-defense techniques.
Categories: Self-Help

Karate Training

Karate Training

This martial arts guide could actually be considered two books in one: a thorough history of Japanese karate–do and a profusely illustrated instruction manual for students of the martial art who have advanced beyond the beginning stages.

Author: Robin L. Rielly

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 9781462904006

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 238

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This martial arts guide could actually be considered two books in one: a thorough history of Japanese karate–do and a profusely illustrated instruction manual for students of the martial art who have advanced beyond the beginning stages. Part One: Concerned about the misinterpretation of Japanese culture in general and karate in particular by many Western practitioners of karate, the author sets out in Part One of his book to trace the history of karate from its probable origins in India (or perhaps Greece) and its transmission in successively more developed forms to China, Okinawa, and then Japan. In Part Two: In this practical martial arts training manual the author first demonstrates important points of etiquette to be used in the karate dojo. He follows with well–illustrated instructions of kumite (sparring drills), including those involving two practitioners and those such as the doubleline drill and the circle drill which give practice in facing a number of opponents. Descriptions of many of these are not readily found in other English–language publications. He then presents nine kata, introductory the advanced kata, Sochin and Nijushiho.
Categories: Sports & Recreation

Shotokan Mysteries

Shotokan Mysteries

As the title suggests, the aim of the book is to clear up and correct many collective myths about Shotokan karate. Of course, the author's work and research aren't just directed at the Shotokan community.

Author: Kousaku Yokota

Publisher:

ISBN: 0998223603

Category:

Page:

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Shotokan Mysteries communicates Kousaku Yokota's work and research into the great, deep golden chest of our continued rediscovery of Shotokan karate in a positive and reflective approach. This book reaches out, openly guiding the reader into recognizing karate as a whole thing itself, paving the way to allow for questions and the subsequent answers to run side by side in a noncritical way, and transcending any misinterpretation or misunderstanding in practice and cultural relationships to the topics and chapters contained within its pages. As the title suggests, the aim of the book is to clear up and correct many collective myths about Shotokan karate. Of course, the author's work and research aren't just directed at the Shotokan community. They can be easily accessed and applied to all areas of training within the martial arts genre. He does this by simply describing that a lack of knowledge can be easily changed by challenging and changing your own personal understanding, taking down the boundaries of stuck thought and what is termed far too often as "right and wrong," and dispelling the myths which surround our shared art. The information, in whatever form the author puts it forward, transfers to the collective minds of those who share our common passion and is routinely communicated in such a straightforward way that it allows absolutely anyone from any culture or walk of life to understand better and at a higher level the martial art which they have chosen to do. This the author does with humility, displaying a continuous spirit and correctness reflected in his lifelong practice of karatedo.
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The Karate Handbook

The Karate Handbook

bibliography and credits bibliography John Van Weenen , The Beginner's Guide to Shotokan Karate ( 1983 ) . Michael J Alter , Sport Stretching ( 1990 ) . Fulcher and Fox , Your Personal Trainer ( 2002 ) . To all those who have helped me ...

Author: Ray Pawlett

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 1404213945

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 256

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Explains the history, steps, and training of karate.
Categories: Health & Fitness

Shotokan Karate

Shotokan Karate

B./CHRISTOPHER, R.: Get to Grips with Competition Karate. London 1997. FUNAKOSHI, G.: Karate-do Kyohan. Tokyo 1978. FUNAKOSHI, G.: Karate-do: Mein Weg. Weidental 1983. GURSHARAN, S.: The Advanced Shotokan Karate Handbook. Bedford 1997.

Author: Joachim Grupp

Publisher: Meyer & Meyer Sport

ISBN: 9781841269634

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 160

View: 369

This manual offers assistance to all Shotokan Karateka to use when training or intensively preparing skills - for beginners as well as advanced students. All the facets of this demanding fighting art are covered in an easily understandable manner. The most important Kihon techniques, the various Kumite forms as well as free-fighting and basic Katas are described in detail. This is a complete package for people wishing to improve themselves in this martial art. Contents include: The history of Karate from FUNAKOSHI up to today's Shotokan Karate. What is Karate-Do? Training and preparation for grading. A comprehensive introduction to the basic techniques. All the Kumite forms from the Gohon-Kumite to Jiyu-Kumite. Full explanations of the Katas Heian 1-5, Tekki 1 and Bassai-Dai. Over 500 photographs show the enormously broad technical spectrum of the fighting art of Shotokan Karate.
Categories: Sports & Recreation