Certified Yudansha with Mas Oyama`s Kyokushin and branch chief instructor from 1969-1975. Soshin of Mushin Karate-Do 1975. Regional Director with Renmei Budokai, 1977-1986. More than 40 years teaching, training, and competing experience.
Have Trained more than 10,000 people and over thirty black belts
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Use the speed bag that is tethered top and bottom with bungee cords so it moves. sometimes two bags, one higher than the other work well. Practice circling the bags both clockwise and counter clockwise
Generally you should work twice the time on speed training as on weight or strength training. For strength, I'd recommend that you Google the traditional tools, including Iron Geta (which are tradition
First let me apologize for not responding to you sooner. I received an email from AllExperts explaining that questions sometimes don't actually get sent to the experts. Today is the first day I saw your
The question I think you are asking relates to the part of kata teaching and learning called "bunkai" in Japanese. This is the instruction that teaches a student the "why," or applications of the kata
You are correct. In any legitimate system this would not be possible. The kyu-dan system generally requires many many years, even to reach fifth dan (godan), considered by many to be mastery level.
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