By Masatoshi Nakayama
Kata, the formal routines of karate education, have been the essence of perform in Okinawa and China, and are the center education approach even today.
Detailed the following in 1500 sequential pictures are the 5 Heian and 3 Tekki kata, mastery of that's essential to reach first dan.
Demonstrated via the writer and Yoshiharu Osaka.
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Best Karate, Vol.5: Heian, Tekki (Best Karate) by Masatoshi Nakayama