A simple adjustment to improve the front snap kick (Mae Geri) as used in Karate, Taekwondo & Kung.Read More
Kime (roughly translates as “focus” in Karate) is often described as tensing up at the end of a technique. But is it?
Is there a better way?
Correct hand to forearm alignment to maximise the effectiveness of a knife hand block/strike (shuto uke/uchi).Read More
Many martial arts (probably Karate the most) teach to tense everything at the end of a technique. But is it required, or even preferable?Read More
There’s 2 main ways to tie a Karate belt; a traditional Japanese way & a modern way that appears to have come across from TKD.Read More
As Karate become more innovative in how it applies itself, there’s resistance from those who say “but that’s not really Karate”.