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10 thoughts on “The Secret Karate Techniques: Kata Bunkai

  1. Wessel van der Merwe Wessel van der Merwe says:

    Overall the book is fine and some of the written material is actually very good The areas what I don t like is that some of the techniques are not secret techniques they are in fact the very obvious techniques There are some that aresecret but they are very few The second problem is when writing a book in English to theEnglish reading world it is fine to use concepts that are within the practise of the martial art, but to go in deep into the explanation of the meridians I f Overall the book is fine and some of the written material is actually very good The areas what I don t like is that some of the techniques are not secret techniques they are in fact the very obvious techniques There are some that aresecret but they are very few The second problem is when writing a book in English to theEnglish reading world it is fine to use concepts that are within the practise of the martial art, but to go in deep into the explanation of the meridians I feel is over the top and it would have been better to just to explain it in a normal way Nevertheless the book is informative and one can incorporate some of the techniques


  2. Tim Tim says:

    Despite the poor title i.e referring to secret techniques this was a unique and useful perspective on kata analysis It does not pretend to be the final word, but certainly does start a conversation.


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The Secret Karate Techniques: Kata Bunkai This book is intended to aid both the experienced Karate student and those just starting up to find their way in the theoretical and historical background of Karate