This manual is ideal for ... all karateka as a reference book and training companion, who have already mastered the 26 Shōtōkan-Kata, want to continue to maintain and appreciate a quick assistance.
Through clear illustrations and the deliberate omission of specific details and explanations, this manual provides the karateka with an overview and thus quick help to look up forgotten sequences and techniques of the kata at any time.
Karateka are often confronted with the following questions during training:
At what point does the kiai come?
Is the Jōdan kick or Chūdan executed?
Does the Sanbon principle come into play in the combination?
Is the movement executed quickly or slowly?
These and similar questions, will be answered simply and quickly, so that training can continue without prolonged delay.
Nijū shi ho
Gojū shi ho dai
Gojū shi ho shō
Ten no Kata
A special feature in this manual is the Ten no Kata: the kata developed by Funakoshi is presented with clear illustrations, making it easy to follow.
The included bracket at the table of contents reminds of the last practiced kata.
The format in spiral binding with the cover protection foil makes the manual the ideal training companion, well protected for the sports bag.
Author: Fiore Tartaglia Publisher: Spectra Design & Verlag Length: 48 pages Format: 17 x 24 cm Cover: Refined Paperback Weight: 228g ISBN: 978-3-9813239-0-0 Item Number: 26K00 Publication Date: 3rd, updated ed. July 2014 Original edition: 09.2009 Language: German