|The standardization of KATA by WKF deprived traditional KATA of a historical
and actual combat operation. It is related to the standardization of KUMITE
that competes for superficial touch. I want to explain what disappeared
as an example of "SAIFA".
"Mae Geri" in "SAIFA".
The manual for the beginner explains this operation as "Kinteki-Geri".
However, it is not such a simple technique.
This Keri is the technique for inserting the tiptoe in enemy's vital point
at the same time as Mae Geri.
|The old Karateka forged his tiptoe, and broke enemy's internal organs by
It is the technique that had disappeared by compelling Shitei-kata.
The attack that screws the fist and the tiptoe into the enemy with the
hit is the traditional method of Goju-Ryu and Nahate Karate .
Tuki is also similar. In traditional Gojuryu, when Tuki hit to the enemy,in
addition Karateka screw his fist in the enemy's body by the shoulder movement.Shihan
of Goluryu had taught the method of Tuki like that before about 40 years.
The Tuki should be an attack that aims at enemy's spine. Such guidance
disappeared by standardizing WKF now.。
In Shiteikata, the hand that grips enemy's hair is expressed as "Kakete".
But this was operation that the assailant originally hung enemy's topknot
by two fingers.
It is necessary to return it to former operation from the viewpoint of
the succession of a historical, cultural value.