Kata Application Notebooks: Isshinryu Karate: The Journal for Recording Kata Applications and Bunkai
Scott Britt, Feb 8, 2013 - 222 pages
Using an innovative new format, this journal allows you to quickly and easily record applications (or "Bunkai") for the movements in any kata in the Isshinryu karate system! Instead of frantically writing in class or at seminars not only the application being shown, but which kata and where in the kata the application applies, simply open this journal to that point in the kata to begin taking notes in specially formatted cells. Perfect for taking to seminars or karate class, or just using for home study, this journal can help deepen your knowledge and understanding of traditional karate katas. This journal includes step-by-step photos of the following katas: - Seison - Seiunchin - Naihunchi - Chinto - Kusanku - Sunsu - Sanchin
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Notebook opening pages PART 3
Appendix Sources fixed spacing
__________ __ Notes Additional Bunkai Ananku angle that shows Appendix arrows for direction attention Bow Salutation block Left hand block Right hand Bunkai 1 Bunkai Bunkai 2 Bunkai C1|:|F:O CERO CERO C1|:|F:O Movement Bunkai cat stance CERO CERO CERO CERO CERO Movement CERO CERO t1 CERO Movement Bunkai CERO t 51 Chinto CII:IF:O CERO CERO crane stance d1 CERO CERO Date Location Signature direction faced Double punch following the numbering foot forward guard foot straight kick hand leg block hand low hand side block hand twist punch hands on right karate Kusanku Left foot forward left hand leg Left hand punch Location Signature Print Naihanchi name Date Location Print name Date refer to arrows Right elbow strike Right foot straight Right hand backfist right hand leg Right hand punch right hip Seiunchin stance Shorin-Ryu shows each movement Signature Print name Stack hands Stand at attention Wansu СШЕО СШЁО СШЁО СШЁО