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Best Karate, Vol.11: Gojushiho Dai, Gojushiho Sho, Meikyo (Best Karate Series) download epub

by Masatoshi Nakayama


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Best Karate, Vo. 1: Gojushiho Dai, Gojushiho Sho, Meikyo (Best Karate Series) by Masatoshi Nakayama Paperback . MASATOSHI NAKAYAMA carries on the tradition of his teacher, Gichin Funakoshl, the Father of Modern Karate.

Only 13 left in stock (more on the way). Long professor and director of physical education at Takushoku University, his alma mater (1937), he was chief instructor of the Japan Karate Association from 1955 until his death in 1987.

From the smooth and flowing movements of Gojushiho Dai through the transformations in the equally long Gojushiho Sho to the serene and mellow Meikyo kata, both the techniques learned in the basic kata and more sophisticated tactics call on the deepest reserves of balance.

From the smooth and flowing movements of Gojushiho Dai through the transformations in the equally long Gojushiho Sho to the serene and mellow Meikyo kata, both the techniques learned in the basic kata and more sophisticated tactics call on the deepest reserves of balance, coordination, timing and technical skill. Bruce Lee’s Fighting Method, Vol. 4: Advanced Techniques. Deadly Karate Blows: The Medical Implications. The Ultimate in Self-Defense. Far Beyond Defensive Tactics.

Book series "BEST KARATE", by Masatoshi NAKAYAMA, 9th Dan, 15 x 22 cm, 140 pages, english. Vo. : Bassai-sho, Kanku-sho, Chinte. 0: Unsu, Sochin, Nijushiho. : Kumite 1. : Kumite 2. : Heian y Tekki. : Bassai-dai, Kanku-dai. : Jitte, Hangetsu,Enpi. 1: Gojushiho-dai, Gojushiho-sho, Meikyo. Book BEST KARATE . AKAYAMA,vol.

Best Karate, Vo. 1 book. From the smooth and flowing movements of Gojushiho Dai through the transformations in the equally long Gojushiho Sho to the serene and mellow Meikyo kata, both the techniques learned in the basic kata and more sophisticated tactics call on the deepest reserves of balance, coordinatio The three advanced kata in this book are a challenge to the performer's level of maturity.

Gojushiho Dai, Gojushiho Sho, Meikyo (Best Karate). By Nakayama, Masatoshi. From the smooth and flowing movements of Gojushiho Dai through the transformations in the equally long Gojushiho Sho to the serene and mellow Meikyo kata, both the techniques learned in the basic kata and more sophisticated tactics call on the deepest reserves of balance, coordination, timing and technical skill.

This volume is one of a series presenting all karate and kumite practiced by the Japan Karate Association. Each chapter contains photographs of an instructor of the Association executing a certain technique. Categories: Physical education and sport\Martial Arts. Volume: Vol. 11. Год: 1989. Издательство: Kodansha International.

The three advanced kata in this book are a challenge to the performer's level of maturity

The three advanced kata in this book are a challenge to the performer's level of maturity.

The late Masatoshi Nakayama wrote these "Best Karate" series so that all Shotokan students could better . They include Gojushio Dai, Gojushio Sho and Meikyo.

The late Masatoshi Nakayama wrote these "Best Karate" series so that all Shotokan students could better understand the role kata played in the art. This volume includes three advanced black belt katas. In the Shotokan curriculum these katas are usually not learned until the student has many years of practice. They are challenging katas even for advanced students. Like all the books in this series, the photographs are clear and the techniques shown are done by advanced black belts.

The three advanced kata in this book are a challenge to the performer's level of maturity. From the smooth and flowing movements of Gojushiho Dai through the transformations in the equally long Gojushiho Sho to the serene and mellow Meikyo kata, both the techniques learned in the basic kata and more sophisticated tactics call on the deepest reserves of balance, coordination, timing and technical skill.

Comments: (7)

Kazracage
The late Masatoshi Nakayama wrote these "Best Karate" series so that all Shotokan students could better understand the role kata played in the art. This volume includes three advanced black belt katas. They include Gojushio Dai, Gojushio Sho and Meikyo. In the Shotokan curriculum these katas are usually not learned until the student has many years of practice. They are challenging katas even for advanced students. Like all the books in this series, the photographs are clear and the techniques shown are done by advanced black belts. It should be emphasized, that it is very difficult, if not impossible, to learn how to perform these katas from the book alone. The value of this book can be best appreciated when it is used in conjunction with actual practice with a Shotokan instructor.

Rating: 4 Stars. Very good book. Joseph J. Truncale (Bushi Satori Ryu-Author: Samurai Aerobics, Wakizashi Jutsu)
Pryl
One of the last ones to finish my collection of the entire Best Karate series.
SoSok
Great books on Shotokan karate. Well explained, lots of pictures.
Kata
This is a good supplement to live training. I do not recommend it to those starting to learn the forms for the first time.
Mr_NiCkNaMe
Step by step movements of the katas. Hard to beat for the price especially by Nakatama Sensei.
Dondallon
the best
Efmprof
great!
Now my collection is complete!!!
Woohoo!!
Best Karate, Vol.11: Gojushiho Dai, Gojushiho Sho, Meikyo (Best Karate Series) download epub
Individual Sports
Author: Masatoshi Nakayama
ISBN: 0870117580
Category: Sports & Outdoors
Subcategory: Individual Sports
Language: English
Publisher: Kodansha USA; 1 edition (November 15, 1990)
Pages: 144 pages