The following pages may help further explain some of the principles of 'Kette-Waza' found in Tatsuo Suzuki Hanshi's syllabus books (originally printed in 1965), Karate Wado Ryu, regarding renraku-waza, for 8th Kyu (maegeri-tobikomizuki) and 5th Kyu (maegeri-nagashizuki) respectively [and onwards]. This principle was explained [and emphasised] to us in 1976 during Ohtsuka Meijin's visit to the UK, hence why it's maintained within British Wadokai.
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Maegeri-chudan, Nagashizuki-jodan, Gyakuzuki-chudan for 4th Kyu. Adding Mawashigeri-chudan makes combination number two for 3rd Kyu.
Identifying Pressure Points on Gumite Gata
Similarities and Differences with Sen Sen No Sen and Saegiru
Kaisetsu, Kaishaku, Kata Instruction of British Wadokai Kata.
Correct use of body-movement during practical applications of Wado blocking within Kihon-Waza & Kata.
Various applications from Pinan Nidan and Pinan Sandan.
Mittsu-Ji Kata (Ji'tte, Ji'han, Ji'in) Course. 16th March 2019 Newcastle ToZai Dojo.
"In Wado, we don't block like others styles!" H. Ohtsuka.
Various applications from Kata Rohai.
Noru within Ku-Shanku Kata
Sensei Masahiro Yanagawa 8th Dan
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