Kata Application Notebooks: Isshinryu Karate: The Journal for Recording Kata Applications and Bunkai

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Scott Britt, Feb 8, 2013 - 222 pages
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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
Notebook Seisan
Notebook Seiuchin
Notebook Naihanchin
Notebook Wansu
Notebook Chinto
Notebook Kusanku
Notebook Sunsu
Notebook Sanchin
Appendix Sources fixed spacing

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About the author (2013)

Scott Britt is a 4th degree black belt in Isshinryu karate, and also holds rank in Shotokan, Agedo, and Kendo. In 2004, he was inducted into the United States Martial Arts Hall of Fame as "Bunkai Instructor of The Year." He has been an avid competitor, serving on the U.S. team in the 2004 World Games in Athens, Greece, where he brought home several medals in various divisions. He was also the 2004 and 2005 U.S. National Martial Arts Team Alliance "National Points Champion." In 2012, he was honored to join a team of martial artists going on a missions trip to the Ukraine, where they used their skills and talents to reach others for God. Scott teaches karate in Oak Ridge, TN, and has a day job as an Instrumentation and Controls engineer. He and his wife Mindy, and 1-yr old son Leo (who already has his own Gi!), live in Spring City, TN. He views karate not as a hobby or as a part-time job, but as a calling and a ministry to help those who are weak become better able to defend themselves, to teach Christian values, and to introduce Christ to those who otherwise may never have had the opportunity to know Him.

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