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Técnicas de Karate Goju Ryu


Posted por a 26/03/2012 in Karate, Techniques | 0 comments

The Kyusho is the art of manipulation of the vital points of human body, with the aim of provoking a specific effect. In terms of kyusho related to defense, there 3 methods to traumatize vital points: 1 – Impact 2 – Pressure 3 – Estrangulamento , several conditions may occur: pain, shock, Respiratory disorders, temporary paralysis, strong twisting, joint displacement, fractured bones and ...

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Ryukyu Kobudo

Posted por a 25/02/2012 in Karate, Techniques | 0 comments

The Ryukyu Kobudo is the martial art that employs traditional weapons developed in Okinawa and other islands in the Ryukyu Archipelago, Southern Japan. Kobudo significa “path of the ancient martial arts”. In the fifteenth century, the central Okinawa established a ban on carrying sword. To be protegerem, residents developed their own techniques for using agricultural implements day-to-day as weapons of self defense, as well as fighting techniques without ...

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IPPON Committee

Posted por a 30/12/2011 in Karate, Techniques | 0 comments

The Kumite is one of three key components of karate: Kihon, E said Kumite. Having some knowledge of basic (kihon) and be familiar with techniques of sequences through the katas, the student begins the practice of Ippon Kumite. The Ippon Kumite is the exchange of techniques between two practitioners, where one of them initiates an attack, and the other defends himself with a series of defensive techniques and counter-attack. This allows the student to feel the effectiveness of his defense ...

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Kicks (Geri Waza)

Posted por a 16/12/2011 in Karate, Techniques | 0 comments


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Attacks (Tsuki Waza)

Posted por a 14/12/2011 in Karate, Techniques | 0 comments

  TSUKI waza is the study of techniques of attack with the fists. These techniques are intended not only attack,as can also, simultaneously,serve as defense, if well executed.   The areas are divided to attack ...

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