Le karaté est-il de l’auto-défense? Est-ce que vous pratiquez la self-défense? Est-ce que vous avez déjà suivi un cours spécifique d’auto-défense?. The structure of the kumite katas 2. Taisabaki no kata in wado-ryu 3. Kumite gatas 1 – 36 4. The three elements of kumite gata and wado-ryu as. Not to comment about the content of Klemola’s work – as I haven’t trained Kumite Gata (officially), but does anyone know where/who he learnt it.
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Kihons 26 Ohyo 28 plus the Kumite gata 36 Tanto’s now is a total of 8 but I’m sure there would of been more then we have the Jodans 6 and Geri kumite 6 and the most basic first ones taught the inner and outer pair work 2 also the Aiki of which we have 16 gaga and counters. Yes, my thoughts exactly but I get the feeling that it’s very much a minority point of view if looking at the general population of those who ‘practice’ one of the specific styles.
One of the issues that Kumlte ran into when moving to Cambridge was the “Not Trained Here” syndrome and there you are talking about different sensei within the Shotokan style insisting that what they taught was The Way. You may well be right, which is a bit sad really. Chapters 3 and 4 are tightly packed with technical descriptions of the kata and I think are only of use to a student who also practices under the tuition of a skilled Wado sensei.
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You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot post attachments in this forum. To my mind they are much better than our three step and five step sparring, which I think actually inculcate habits that will inevitably get us into trouble in a self-defence situation.
Particularly, what you include at each grade. My thoughts Geoff is that anyone who gets to a certain level in karate should be interested in other takes on it.
Chapter 6 is about kyushu-jutsu – vital kumige striking – again not something we are routinely taught but is covered briefly in the early Funakoshi works. There were a some comments querying the validity of Timo Klemola’s instruction although he seems to have trained under both Jiro Ohtsuka and Masafumi Shiomitsu who visited Finland quite often, so his primary sources of information would seem to be good.
Anyone who won’t look at a book because it is not ‘shotokan’ or whatever is probably not that interested in martial arts as a whole and also not listening to the founder of our style! Mon Dec 10, 4: The book has been discussed on several Wado-focussed forums and whilst not trashed, hasn’t been whole heartedly welcomed.
Google [Bot] and 1 guest. While some of them are against karate attacks, which is not always ideal for self-defence work, the ideas of using tai sabaki and ashi sabaki to move off the attack line and also upsetting the attacker’s balance are very useful.
I would be very interested to see how you have done this, Andi. There is a fair amount of that in Camberwick, but may be you didn’t look far enough. Brodie We have done this recently This is for beginners to 6th kyu and links the kata and kihon that we chnaged as well with kumite. PDF downloadable from [ Link ] The primary audience for this book is the Wado-Ryu stylist, for whom there is in fact very little out there in terms of published works.
The actual kata themselves remind me of the flow-drills taught by Iain Abernethy, perhaps not surprising since I believe his background is in Wado Ryu.
If you don’t want to put it in the public domain just yet, you could pm me. However, Chapter 2, is focussed on tai sabaki and details some practice drills which I think are probably useful to us all. Chapter 5 discusses and illustrates principles of kuzushi, taking your opponents balance, which does occur in Shotokan but not at these levels of subtlety.
Ace Karate Forum www. This is being rewritten up at the meoment and should be in a more useable form by the new year I hope. I was exposed to a bit of Wado training with Andy Daly in Bridgwater, and their pairwork was one of the things that impressed and interested me the most. Tue Dec 04, The Kumite gata are a blend of Wado’s Kihon gumtie in close pair-work and Aiki Jutsu I’ve been training Wado for many years and I truly believe that these and the Kihons are really what Wado is about as a style, Wado having from what I know of the most comprehensive set pair-work of Karate, Orginally the pair-work was massive more so then today standards with the total number of each being: Wed Mar 06, 1: Previous topic Next topic.
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Fri Mar 29, 4: Users browsing this forum: Was pretty disillusioned for a while. Tue Dec 11, 9: I suppose I need to do some more video! If you beat a dog, it will bare its teeth. I would like to modify the syllabus, so that pre-arranged and free sparring lumite based on kata application, rather than stepping back five times and blocking before deciding to do a counter.
If I can work out how to use a video editing package I shall try and get some clips of stuff up!
All styles have something to offer and all style are ‘bullshit’ – Master Ken’s wisdom! I shall PM you details then remind me and we could have a chat about it.
Page 1 of 2. Mon Dec 31, The techniques in the kumite gatas appear to be mostly derived from Naihanchi Tekki which gives the clue that this is concerned with close quarter combat and they are split into 3 sections based on timing reactive, simultaneous and pre-emptive each dealing with attacks to jodan, chudan and gedan. Gwta Dec 13, 2: Wed Dec 19, 9: Tue Dec 11, Tue Dec 18, 1: So why would someone, whose primary background is Shotokan ie me be interested in this book and indeed I do think gsta some of it’s content is of interest to those who want to know more about karate in general.
Mon Dec 10, 9: The kumite gatas kumjte described as katas, but not like the solo forms we are most familiar with, they are two man kata, a format common in other types of Japanese martial arts, but which have either become lost or were never part of training in the other mainstream styles of karate-do.