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#258962 - 06/01/06 03:16 PM Bunkai video clips
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http://www.karate-shotokan-kata.com/Karate-video-clips.html
Check out these Bunkai video clips, they look really good.
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#258963 - 06/01/06 04:51 PM Re: Bunkai video clips [Re: Stormdragon]
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the performer looked ok, but the uke was half-heartedly throwing straight punches from a mile away. I'm sure anyone could get some pretty cool stuff working with those conditions...you may even have time to target a pressure point!

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#258964 - 06/01/06 06:28 PM Re: Bunkai video clips [Re: Ed_Morris]
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If you look at it like that, then most all Bunkai techniques won't work, not against a fast hitting fighter anyway. Give me an example of a Bunkai technique that works against a good jab or straight right.
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#258965 - 06/01/06 06:54 PM Re: Bunkai video clips [Re: Stormdragon]
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Parry the strike, backfist to the face while using tai sabaki to get a good angle, knee strike to the thigh, front snap kick to the leg while overhooking the opposite arm to trap it, then punch to the ribs/or face, and then sweep and throw them to the ground. And this is just three moves form pinan shodan. At the advanced level it REALLY starts to get good.

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#258966 - 06/01/06 07:03 PM Re: Bunkai video clips [Re: medulanet]
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Can you substitute the backfist with a forearm strike?
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#258967 - 06/01/06 08:51 PM Re: Bunkai video clips [Re: Stormdragon]
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and if YOU look at it like that...maybe it's time to try different interpretations.

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#258968 - 06/02/06 12:36 AM Re: Bunkai video clips [Re: Stormdragon]
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If you look at it like that, then most all Bunkai techniques won't work, not against a fast hitting fighter anyway. Give me an example of a Bunkai technique that works against a good jab or straight right.




Second direction in the very first Shito-ryu kata, Shiho no Kata. Goes like this:

Head block, front kick, head punch.

The bunkai is self evident, and if it doesnt work then that is the fault of the karateka and not the bunkai.

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#258969 - 06/02/06 02:56 AM Re: Bunkai video clips [Re: Borrek]
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You mean like a high block? I doubt it works azgainst a good boxers punches but ok.
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#258970 - 06/02/06 04:15 AM Re: Bunkai video clips [Re: Stormdragon]
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Thing is Storm it isnt designed to work against a good boxers punch, thats not a street attack my friend - thats a skilled fighter - different game!

however after saying that if you work your basic technique from a 2 handed guard position (you see alot of the older masters with both fists in front) then you will see that all the basic movements are really very usefull - even against a boxer!

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#258971 - 06/02/06 09:00 AM Re: Bunkai video clips [Re: shoshinkan]
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a boxers punch seems alot more likely than an oi-zuki

in any event, nobody keeps their arm out. that method is for training other things.

for starters try this: both stand facing each other in a normal standing position. arms down by side. no stylized kamae. about arms length distance away. the opponent throws a sloppy but hard boxer-like one-two combo (one to the side of the head, one to the side of the body for instance).

now defend and counter using kata principles (or non-kata for that matter) of your choice.

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