Discussion in 'Standup Technique' started by cky2kk, Aug 18, 2010.
Are there any good Kyokushin/ standard karate gyms in chicago with good masters?
Standup Technique is that way bruh.
wrong forum, by the way, i cant see why would anyone train on karate kyokushin now...
Kyokushin is the legit karate
to me, there isnt any legit karate :icon_twis:icon_twis
Well that's your own ignorance.
chill man, im just kidding...
Karate is awesome my uncle trained in Kyokushin in his youth and he still shows off the fancy kicks
well, watch some tkd if you wanna see fancy kicks....
Kyokushin must have been the first Karate style that allowed low kick a la Muy Thai style.
best thread in months
Yeah, I do think that Eddie Bravo brought some good things to jiujitsu but I still contend that a lot of that was already there from Nino Schembre.
Hello Mr. Troll, you aren't hiding very well.
Just trying to make it more "Grappling Forumy".
Boy you sure caught me.
for the record, Mas Oyama (founder of Kyokushin) was a 4th dan Judo.
Did anyone see the vids on youtube where Oyama breaks a grown bulls neck? Oyama wasnt a big guy but he was so focused he would be able to find inner strength.
It's "allowed" in all styles; not emphasized in most after the formalization of the arts of Te creating modern Karate styles. It was hardly the first to make larger use of them, btw.
why two identical threads?
BTW: the answer is in the other thread.
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