Self-defense. (World karate)

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    Self-defense. (World karate)

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    ★ This guide will help you learn the most powerful form of martial arts - Karate Kyokushin.

    ★ The origins of Karate are lost in the mists of time. The first documented information about Karate, appeared in 720, in medieval Japan.

    ★ If you wish to follow the path of Karate will help you to this guide.
    Techniques will be illustrated by kempo, strikes the feet and hands, meditation, physical and mental training, methods of effective protection and an attack on an armed and unarmed enemy.

    ★ The main point of training is directly in the test - to test themselves, because only through their own feelings and sensations can acquire wisdom.

    ★★ LANGUAGES: Arabic, Chinese, Danish, English, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, German.
    KW: oriental, martial, arts, martial arts, wrestling, constantly up for themselves, fighting, education, training, techniques, strikes, kicks, martial arts styles, workout, training, power, technology, combat, kata, physical fighting, fights, training, sparring, attack, ninja, Bruce Lee, self-defense, street fight, learn, force, Japan.

    Tags: kata autodefesa , le guide du self defense lekarate , мировое каратэ андроид , selbstverteidigung karate , мировое каратэ приложение на андроид , karate papel de parede , самооборона мировое каратэ , самооборона мировое карате , karate tecnicas

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    Daniel Leroux

    by Daniel Leroux

    Mar 13, 2014  |  "Poor"

    As a Kyokushin practitioner, I find the English version filled with errors in name of techniques. Plus the positions (crane, dragon, etc) have nothing to do with traditional Kyokushin teachings. Use of the ichigeki logo with a picture of Master Royama doesn't make much sense either, as ichigeki logo belongs to IKO1

    Kris Kaitman

    by Kris Kaitman

    Dec 27, 2012  |  "Good"

    It's an okay app, but needs a better English translation. It's barely comprehensible and the romaji is off