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Mar
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comment Shotokan Karate front stance - weight is over the front knee? Or centre?
+1 for "a feeling of stability at the knee"
Feb
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asked Shotokan Karate front stance - weight is over the front knee? Or centre?
Feb
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accepted Hangetsu dachi, Seisan dachi, goat-clamping stance - the same?
Feb
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asked Hangetsu dachi, Seisan dachi, goat-clamping stance - the same?
Feb
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comment Okinawan karate (or other style?) more suited for Karate-ka with injuries?
Good answer. I shall take your advice, thank you.
Feb
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accepted Okinawan karate (or other style?) more suited for Karate-ka with injuries?
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asked Okinawan karate (or other style?) more suited for Karate-ka with injuries?
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accepted Karate Kata for those recently given birth
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comment Karate Kata for those recently given birth
Good question. I would actually invite thoughts on both when delivered naturally and with a c-section
Jun
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asked Karate Kata for those recently given birth
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accepted Karate - Hangetsu (Seisan) - can one damage one's muscles through slow movements?
Apr
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comment Karate - Hangetsu (Seisan) - can one damage one's muscles through slow movements?
Great bit of info regarding putting your core into the blocks & punches. I used to train three times a week but now I only get an hour before spin class at the gym, so other than slow Heian/Pinan katas to warm up there is no stretching. I'll give that a try, thanks.
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asked Karate - Hangetsu (Seisan) - can one damage one's muscles through slow movements?
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Oct
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answered Training front kick