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The Art of Hojo Undo: Power Training for Traditional Karate. Michael Clarke

The Art of Hojo Undo: Power Training for Traditional Karate


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The Art of Hojo Undo: Power Training for Traditional Karate Michael Clarke
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Mar 7, 2011 - The Art of Hojo Undo: Power Training for Traditional Karate. Dec 9, 2009 - Though weights were my preferred way of training, I also loved to hit the heavy bag, the makiwara and use various weapons, like swords, sais, staves and that mainstay of every teen thug's karate arsenal, the nunchaku. ISBN13: 9781594391361; Condition: New; Notes: BRAND NEW FROM PUBLISHER! Oct 25, 2011 - To give some background, I trained nearly fifteen years in Shotokan karate under the watchful eye of the infamous Yutaka Yaguchi Sensei, so to say my training was traditional would be the understatement of the century. Aug 12, 2013 - Just as karate was being developed as a means of protecting oneself, so too was that of Hojo Undo and within it Kigu Undo.training with various tools for supplementary training directed at all the muscle groups a karateka would want to call Obviously when facing each of these Makiwara you also develop your stance, hip twist and thrust, speed, power and so on. I vaguely recall it was related to the kata we were studying at the particular time from my old Goju Ryu days, but now that I'm with a system that as a general rule does not incorporate hojo undo training into their syllabus I don't really have any adequate resources for determining alternatively, higaonna's video "power training of goju-ryu" (fully viewable on youtube) has extensive junbi-undo and hojo-undo sections going through most of the hojo undo implements. It probably goes without saying that the original reason many start martial arts is to become a good fighter ( a questionable life goal, but whatever. I have been a student of martial arts for more than 16 years.12 of those in Karate-do and 4 in Judo. BUY WITH CONFIDENCE, Over one million books sold! Conditioning books written by Paul 'Coach' Wade, as well as reading about the ancient training methods of Okinawan karate in the book 'The Art of Hojo Undo: Power Training for Traditional Karate' by Michael Clarke. It has its history, all the different tools, lots of training exercises, and ideas on how to make your own. Jun 26, 2012 - Hojo undo is translated as "supplementary exercises ", these are exercises that are used to condition the body and specific body parts in the training of martial arts. Mar 12, 2013 - "The Art of Hojo Undo: Power Training For Traditional Karate" by Michael Clarke is an interesting and informative book on 'supplementary training' to develop power in one's karate techniques. Takanori Gomi”The Fireball Kid” has attributed his striking accuracy and power to training in Mushinjuku Karate. Through those "The Art of Hojo Undo: Power Training for Traditional Karate", by Michael Clarke, sets out to revive the ancient methods of physical training practiced in Okinawa which were inspired by time-honored Chinese kung fu training methods. For those that don't know, Hojo undō (補助運動) is a Japanese language term, translated as "supplementary exercises", that refers to the conditioning exercises specifically used in martial arts. Amazon.com: The Art of Hojo Undo: Power Training for Traditional Karate (9781594391361): Michael Clarke: Books.





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