- Core Movements
Sensei Rick Hotton is explaining the inflection of the center in fundamental technique.
- Correct breathing and walking
Sensei Inoue Yoshimi is explaining how to prevent bad sounds and stomping during practising karate.
- Gedan Barai
Gedan Barai one of the basic uke techniques in karate.
- Gedan Barai with Bunkai
Gedan Barai is one of the most misused techniques in Karate.
- Ju Ukemi, Go Ukemi
Learn martial arts breakfalling for from Jesse Enkamp.
- Kakie in Okinawa Karate
Kakie is a traditional form of Okinawan training similar to sticking hand practice from the Chinese Martial Arts such as Tai Chi and Kung Fu.
- Kihon applications by Sensei Kato
Sensei Sadashige Kato, demonstrates applications for soto uke, uchi uke and gedan barai.
- Makiwara & Tameshiwari
Old School Makiwara and Tameshiwari Karate Training a great clip.
- Mastering Distance
Determing the position and distance of your partner with tai sabaki support.
- Moving through the center
Creating an internal dynamic in basic karate technique, explaind by Sensei Rick Hotton.
- Okinawa Shorin-Ryu
Sensei Onaga Yoshimitsu, 8. Dan from the Shorin-Ryu style is explaining the fundamentals of karate techniques and their meaning.
- Renzoku Waza
Renzoku-waza means continuous techniques (combinations). These are very short forms, usually consisting of block-attacks taken from the kata.
- Shuto Uke with Bunkai
Karate movements have many hidden meanings that are not immediately visible to the untrained eye.
- Tai Sabaki – Kawashi Shotokai
Shotokai is the organisation formed originally in 1930 by Gichin Funakoshi to teach and spread the art of karate.
- Traditional Defense in Sparring
Traditional blocking simple and unconventional explained for kata bunkai applications movements.
- Tuite Kata Guide
This 13 step form develops joint/limb manipulation through leverage and balance control.
- Uke = Receiving
Sensei Jesse Enkamp explains the truth about “blocks” in Karate.
- Zenkutsu Dachi
Sensei Inoue Yshimi – Hip Joint Relaxation for Zenkutsu-dachi Stepping.