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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, ...

Moves Ayumi-Ashi in Kibadachi

Ayumi-Ashi, taking a step forward

Ayumi-Ashi is a movement that may seem very simple because it is the one that corresponds most to natural walking. Indeed, Ayumi-Ashi is simply a step forward. The essential difference compared to natural walking is ...

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 ...