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Martial Arts Exercises and Karate Drills

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Bunkai Flow Drill

[...] two karate-ka apply bunkai (there’s that redundancy yet again) in the following way in a very formal manner. Both students […] The post Bunkai Flow Drill appeared first on . [...]

Formal Structure vs Informal Format

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