Karate – Kihon : Les gammes du Karatéka [Karate-Blog.net]
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Karate – Kihon : Les gammes du Karatéka [Karate-Blog.net]

November 30, 2019

Hello everyone, and welcome to this new video on karate-blog.net. Today, we will work called: the “Kihon”. What has been done so far: Gedan Barai, Jodan Age Uke, Gyaku Zuki. All these techniques and zenkutsu positions, all that we can say that this is also the Kihon. So there, we will do sequences of Kihon. The Kihon Karate is the basic work is the work of all karatekas. We can not conceive without the Karate Kihon since it is really with the Kihon you will learn and hone your techniques. So if we break down the word “Kihon” in Japanese the “ki” is the energy of life, it’s all the energy flowing through your body through all meridians. This is what in Greek or Latin would be called away. It is the breath of life. This is all the energy we have in us. And “Hon” means basic or fundamental. Therefore, Kihon, it really is a basic job where you hone your techniques. And you’ll do an internal search how you will mobilize your energy in this technique. In general, in clubs, Kihon is … The teacher will show you a technique and then it will make you repeat along the tatami, advancing, retreating and all that … Well, as you are at home, there is not so much space, it will only work on one or two steps: advancing and retreating. We will adapt to the situation, we will not be able to do five or six steps to sharpen. I can, but you, I’m not sure you can. So we will start. We will review, we will make a complete sequence of three techniques. We will do it in forward and reverse. So we will start by making the first technique, then adding the second and then makes the three. We will not start too fast, and then, we will accelerate the pace a little bit. So, what is very important is that you do your Kihon really listening to you. We must listen to your body. You really have you thought: Is that my foot is turned, how I stand … You must be constantly listening to your body. Do not worry. When you are at the club and you do that with others, do not worry about what others are doing. You can watch if you’re wrong, but above all, think about you. When your teacher tells you for example have your back foot facing forward, do not just turn when it tells you. After, you have to think all the time, he told me that and I’ll try to work on it, try to think about it and then repeat being careful. You can not think of everything at the same time, but try to self-correct the errors that you said you do. You really have to constantly question yourself on your technique and you auto correct. Come on, let’s begin. I’ll back me for you to see well my feet. In general, Kihon, we begin the Yoi. In Shotokan Karate, it always starts with drop Gedan Barai. And in fact, we take basic care. So in general, we say Hidari Kamae. Hidari, mean left, and Kamae, it means guard. So we made Hidari Kamae and takes a low guard. Yoi. Hidari Kamae. Ichi. I go back a little bit. We will move forward by Gedan Barai. So we made one, two, we will advance two steps, then back down on the corner. We are going forward. We need your feet to look at the opponent. In front, there, in the middle, and I walk like I was walking on two rails. So I said in another video he does not need you to do that. It is not necessary that your center of gravity moves. You go forward. One. Two. One. Two. Yoi. So I’m going to do the opposite of you. I’ll direct you Hidari Kamae, I’m going to right like that working in mirror. Hidari Kamae. Ichi. We advance Gedan Barai. At first it does not go too fast. Ichi, ni. Backwards. Ichi, ni. So when we advance, it’s called Ayumi Ashi. This is Ayumi Ashi Gedan Barai. Ichi, ni. And when we go back, it’s called Iki Ashi. So Iki Ashi Gedan Barai. Ichi, ni. Ichi, ni. Ichi, ni. Ichi, ni. Ichi, ni. Now we will accelerate slightly. So there you have revised the play. We will accelerate, really with Kime. It goes well feel the energy from and ends on technique. Ichi, ni. Ichi, ni. Must your technical arrives at the same time that the position is stabilized. Ichi, ni. Ichi, ni. Ichi, ni. Ichi, ni. So another clarification: it is important not you mount up. I am looking to go forward. If I go up and then go back down, I lose a lot of energy. I’ll try to go straight. So when I go, I go straight. … You have to have the idea to lower and raise. When you are cycling, it is much easier from an energy point of view, down a slope and then with the momentum back the next, as do the opposite: to climb and then go down. So we must think of fall to go forward. Come on, resumes. Ichi, ni. Ichi, ni. Ichi, ni. Ichi, ni. Ichi, ni. Ichi, ni. Ichi, ni. Ichi, ni. Ichi, ni. Ichi, ni. Yame. Yasme. a little blown. So when I say Yame: you go in Yoi, and when we say Yasme: you go into Musubi Dachi and welcomes standing. Now we will add the Gedan Barai, the Gyaku Zuki. You saw Gyaku Zuki when it worked. You must have the rear hip that moves forward and Gyaku Zuki knock having the energy to the inner thighs to send good hip and close here. The leg does not move there. Allowed the leg here and we do Gyaku Zuki, you push here to Gyaku Zuki. We will resume slowly. So I started right and you, you left. Hidari Kamae. Ichi. So here we advance Gedan Barai. I step back a little bit. Ich, ni. Ichi, ni. Backwards. Ichi, ni. Ichi, ni. You need to feel the difference between Gedan Barai you are three quarters compared to your opponent, legs look before, but my hips are turned by three quarters, this is called the position Hanmi. And when we pass from the front position Shomen, there you have the rear hip that comes flush with the front hip. We just shake here and pushed to get here. It is necessary that you feel the difference. At first it was a little, it takes time and hard to feel the hips. In general, it is because they lock. You contract too and suddenly, you are unable to move. Try to relax here. You have to be relaxed. Only hire only when it strikes and let down. Come on, resumes. Ichi, ni, san, shi. Ichi, ni, san, shi. Ichi, ni, san, shi. Ichi, ni, san, shi. Ichi, ni, san, shi. Ichi, ni, san, shi. Yame. So now we will resume accelerating. You did see ? It also happens to me wrong. At first, it happens to be wrong, it’s not serious. Is taken and we try not to stop too long. If you mess from home, right away you resume and you try to get back in rhythm. Come on, resumes. Hidari Kamae. Ichi, ni, san, shi. Ichi, ni, san, shi. Ichi, ni, san, shi. Ichi, ni, san, shi. Ichi, ni, san, shi. Ichi, ni, san, shi. Ichi, ni, san, shi. Ichi, ni, san, shi. Yame. Yasme. Blow a little bit. We will now add a foot technique. So we have previously learned Mae Geri: the kick panel. So we will continue our momentum. We made Gedan Barai, Gyaku Zuki and then Mae Geri. Gedan Barai position Hanmi, Gyaku Zuki, knock worm I start there. I’m really pressure on the front leg, hip here forward. And there, it takes more than that leg: to climb. So there is continued Gyaku Zuki, by tilting the hips as seen in the video Gedan Barai. Is tilted hips upwards to mount the knee and made Mae Geri. Let’s go back. Hidari Kamae. Ichi. Slowly. Ichi, ni, san, behind and pushed. So you have to hit your foot and must return by where it happened to land behind. Ichi, ni, san. And returns to stand behind. Backwards. Ichi, ni, san, and we put behind. Ichi nor san, and we put behind. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Yame. So we will speed up a little. A bit much even. So there, we have to feel the energy in the abdomen and the energy they send to each technique. It sends the Gedan Barai. Is sent by the rotation of the hip: Gyaku Zuki. And by tilting the hips, it sends the Mae Geri. It sends the Mae Geri but we do not do as I do: it does not let go. It sends the Mae Geri and the moment you arrive at the end, hip goes back to return the Mae Geri and lay it behind. Lets’ go. Hidari Kamae. Ichi. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Yame. Yasme. Blow a little. I’m going to work… you stay facing the screen. I will work towards there for you to visualize my feet. Hidari Kamae. Ichi. We are ready, we go. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Ichi, ni, san. Yame. Yasme. Now I’m going to count a time and you will link the three techniques to sharpen. So when we warned when you were chained, it’s still the kihon, it remains the basic techniques. So, do not do very quickly. Do not do this for example: do not move and do … Brighten after techniques. Do not do: Gedan Barai Gyaku. There are those who will do that: one, two … We will do Gedan Barai and Gyaku quickly and Mae Geri … trying to do the same …, the three techniques with equal force. Each technique, it is done as if it was the last we could do and it will go. Come on, I count once. Hidari Kamae. Ichi Ichi. Ni. Ichi. Ni. Ichi. Ni. Ichi. Ni. Ichi. Ni. Ichi. Ni. Yame. Yasme. So one very important thing: you may have noticed that I always strikes the same place. That is to say, I hit on an axis in front of me. An imaginary axis, I guess an opponent, my opponent is vulnerable, it is in its axis. Regardless of where I attack, I must attack in its axis. If I put a punch in the shoulder, it hurts, but that’s not what we found. What research is that the attack is in the axis. So the three techniques you do, you make relative to the axis. You have the first technique: you imagine your opponent attacks you in line, first attack outside. The second technique: I attack towards the axis of my opponent. Third technique: I attack towards the axis. Whether I Chudan attack or if I attack Jodan, whether at belly, above or Gedan same. The important thing is in the axis. Let’s go back. Remember to attack through the middle and empty you make art. Hidari Kamae. Ichi. Ichi. Ni. Ichi. Ni. Ichi. NI. Ichi. Ni. Ichi. Ni. Ichi. Ni. Yame. Yasme. Really, it’s hot. Thank you for following me throughout this video. other videos be rearranged and other sequences on the course Kihon. So come back often do that. Return when you have doubts in this part here. Return to Gedan Barai, Gyaku Zuki, Choku Zuki, Mae Geri … Go back to all these techniques to work the movement of the hips. Work pelvic rotation for Mae Geri. Work it all. To improve yourself, come back often see this video. Thank you and I hope you like this video. See you next time and good day. Goodbye.

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  1. bien bruno les kions son toujours bon a repeter.a plus et bonne annee a toi et merci pour ton travail qui nous est bien utile.alain

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