Karate Kihon Techniques
On this page you can find anything related to the subject Kihon. All Karate Kihon techniques such as punching, striking and kicking are explained and shown through video clips and pictures. The techniques shown are performed by Shotokan practitioners but are also common in other Karate styles such as Shito-Ryu, Wado-Ryu or Goju-Ryu.
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Strikes (Uchi Waza)
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Hand and/or Fist Techniques
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Kamae Waza (Defensive Position)
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Kihon Combinations & Drills
Get some inspiration on how to use your Kihon techniques in drills and combinations. Enjoy and have some fun.
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