Bunkai Heian Nidan in Action! First elements kata Heian Nidan for Knife Defense.
These techniques have been secret recently. Today we have an opportunity to present their world audience in order to once again show the huge potential lies in the techniques of Shotokan Karate Kata. This is a wave method to work against the knife. Naturally, it is used in the first combination Heian Nidan, which according to the basic principle of the Eastern philosophy of the GODAI - THE FIVE ELEMENTS, represents the element of WATER. A wave washes away everything in its way…
Notice in the second combination kata same technique is used just as effectively, but with a knife which you seized from the enemy: http://youtu.be/Vg2JBkXE6h8
Bunkai Bassai Dai in Action! Shuto Uke - for Kick-Defense & Takedown. Shuto-uke with substep Tsugi-ashi and Tai Sabaki Shuto-uke in the finals of the kata Bassai Dai provide dodging from kicks and works great for takedown enemy.
Bunkai Bassai Dai in Action! Four Shuto Uke for Stick Disarm & Stick Fighting.
The basic principle of DrobyshevskyKarateSystem sounds very simple:”TAKE AWAY and APPLY!” Today we are opening to you the global secrets of Shuto-uke. Shuto-uke - block karate, which works perfectly for disarming armed opponents and allows efficient use the weapon what you taken away from enemy.
Bunkai Bassai Dai in Action! Choku Tsuki & Uchi Uke for Punch Defense.
Despite the apparent simplicity of this combination, here, in fact, running a perfect system of levers, making it easy to move your opponent from attacking to takedown.
Bassai Dai is the best known Shotokan kata and one most practiced. It has all qualities of budo: composure, power, strength, speed and most of all it embodies dynamic nature of Shotokan karate. There is more ‘fight’ feeling in Bassai Dai than any other kata.
This is a variant for children bunkai. Adult athletes from Karate System should do bunkai from real punches combinations: http://youtu.be/36m32qTOIVg
Bunkai Bassai Dai in Action! Four Shuto Uke for Stick Disarm & Stick Fighting. The basic principle of DrobyshevskyKarateSystem sounds very simple:”TAKE AWAY and APPLY!” We apply this principle to decrypt repeated several times kata techniques, for example, SHUTO-UKE.