Ahhh, the supposed "okuden" of shotokan, and a few other derivitives of Shorin ryu...sankaku tobi. I'm interested in getting everyone's take on this technique, especially as it pertains to their specific style.
"Sankaku" literally translates as "three angle", or "triangle". Many claim that it is a technique used to jump at a wall, then jump off the wall, landing at a point behind your opponent, or striking them on the way past. Others say it is simply a last ditch effort to get around an opponent, even going so far as to use your opponent as a base to "jump" from. Some say it is a technique in the kata Meikyo (the jumping technique near the end).
What's your take on this elusive technique?
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