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Iki-Ashi, step back

Iki-Ashi is the step backward: Iki-Ashi is simply a step back ... well, it's a little more complex than that but the idea is there. However as for Ayumi-Ashi, we will use our Hara to retreat Indeed ...

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Tsugi Ashi: Chased step

Tsugi Ashi, not hunted ... is a displacement that is used quite naturally in karate when one wants to approach or move away from the opponent without changing guard, a bit like Yori Ashi. With the difference that this time, ...

Diverse Caligraphy of 20 Precepts of Gichin Karateo Funakoshi

The Twenty Precepts of Karateo

Master Gichin Funakoshi in his quest to guide the karate practitioner has left us a collection of 20 precepts to apply daily. Any karateka must follow its basic principles which are just as important if not ...

Moves Yori Ashi, not dragged in Kiba Dachi

Yori Ashi: Dragged step

Yori Ashi: dragged step: Yori Ashi or dragged step is not very easy to achieve. Indeed beginners tend to make a kind of jumping instead of taking a stride. Often they ...