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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Shit-ry ) is a form of karate that was founded in 1931 by Kenwa Mabuni Mabuni Kenwa). Kenwa Mabuni was born in Shuri, a district of Naha, Okinawa in 1889. Mabuni was a 17th generation descendant of the famous warrior Oni Ufugusuku Kenyu. Perhaps because of his weak constitution, he began his instruction in Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Shit-ry ) is a form of karate that was founded in 1931 by Kenwa Mabuni Mabuni Kenwa). Kenwa Mabuni was born in Shuri, a district of Naha, Okinawa in 1889. Mabuni was a 17th generation descendant of the famous warrior Oni Ufugusuku Kenyu. Perhaps because of his weak constitution, he began his instruction in his home town in the art of Shuri-te ) at the age of 13, under the tutelage of the legendary Ank Itosu Itosu Ank) (18131915). He trained diligently for several years, learning many kata from this great master. It was Itosu who first developed the Pinan kata, which were most probably derived from the "Kusanku" form. One of his close friends, Chjun Miyagi Miyagi Chjun) (co-founder of Goj-ry Karate) introduced Mabuni to another great of that period, Kanry Higaonna Higaonna Kanry). Mabuni began to learn Naha-te ) under him. While both Itosu and Higaonna taught a "hard-soft" style of Okinawan "Te", their methods and emphases were quite distinct: the Itosu syllabus included straight and powerful techniques as exemplified in the Naifanchi and Bassai kata; the Higaonna syllabus stressed circular motion and shorter fighting methods as seen in the kata Seipai and Kururunfa. Shit-ry focuses on both hard and soft techniques to this day. Although he remained true to the teachings of these two great masters, Mabuni sought instruction from a number of other teachers, including Seish Arakaki, Tawada Shimboku, Sueyoshi Jino and Wu Xianhui (a Chinese master known as Go-Kenki). In fact, Mabuni was legendary for his encyclopaedic knowledge of kata and their bunkai applications. By the 1920s, he was regarded as the foremost authority on Okinawan kata and their history and was much sought after as a teacher by his contemporaries. There is even some evidence that. More: Books, , Shit-Ry~~Books-Llc, , , , , , , , , , General Books LLC

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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Shit-ry ) is a form of karate that was founded in 1931 by Kenwa Mabuni Mabuni Kenwa). Kenwa Mabuni was born in Shuri, a district of Naha, Okinawa in 1889. Mabuni was a 17th generation descendant of the famous warrior Oni Ufugusuku Kenyu. Perhaps because of his weak constitution, he began his instruction in his home town in the art of Shuri-te ) at the age of 13, under the tutelage of the legendary Ank Itosu Itosu Ank) (18131915). He trained diligently for several years, learning many kata from this great master. It was Itosu who first developed the Pinan kata, which were most probably derived from the "Kusanku" form. One of his close friends, Chjun Miyagi Miyagi Chjun) (co-founder of Goj-ry Karate) introduced Mabuni to another great of that period, Kanry Higaonna Higaonna Kanry). Mabuni began to learn Naha-te ) under him. While both Itosu and Higaonna taught a "hard-soft" style of Okinawan "Te", their methods and emphases were quite distinct: the Itosu syllabus included straight and powerful techniques as exemplified in the Naifanchi and Bassai kata; the Higaonna syllabus stressed circular motion and shorter fighting methods as seen in the kata Seipai and Kururunfa. Shit-ry focuses on both hard and soft techniques to this day. Although he remained true to the teachings of these two great masters, Mabuni sought instruction from a number of other teachers, including Seish Arakaki, Tawada Shimboku, Sueyoshi Jino and Wu Xianhui (a Chinese master known as Go-Kenki). In fact, Mabuni was legendary for his encyclopaedic knowledge of kata and their bunkai applications. By the 1920s, he was regarded as the foremost authority on Okinawan kata and their history and was much sought after as a teacher by his contemporaries. There is even some evidence that. More: Books Shit-Ry~~Books-Llc General Books LLC

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: LIFE JOURNEY, 40 Seiten, L=152mm, B=229mm, H=2mm, Gew.=73gr, Kartoniert/Broschiert

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