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Advanced Kyokushin Karate Techniques : How to Do Shuto Mawashi Uke

Advanced Kyokushin Karate Techniques : How to Do Shuto Mawashi Uke


On behalf of Expert Village my name is Tony
Capraro, Sensei of kyokushin karate from Without Limits, Inc., 1652 Richmond Avenue, Staten
Island, New York. We are here to demonstrate for you today advanced kyokushin technique.
Our first advanced movement in kyokushin karate will be called shuto mawashi uke. It starts
off from kyokushin back stance. On the count, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4. Real time.
Ready and. Step forward.

20 thoughts on “Advanced Kyokushin Karate Techniques : How to Do Shuto Mawashi Uke”

  1. I am only a greenbelt in Kyokushin,but i learned from sheehan Kanamura.At least if you put something on to see for the whole world,you should make shore that you perfected this form.Bye far this is not advanced technic in Kyokushin.In english this is called roundhouse knifehand block.If someone grab you you can easyly get out and strike the collarbone.How ever this gentleman is not performing the form perfectly.I would like to know who give you the blackbelt in Kyokushin?

  2. the way i see… its a blocking guard . by swinging your arms around it blocks that side. you can use it to block a punch or kick….

  3. @TheKyokuman The videos were erroneously named by expert village. Im sure Sensei Capraro would love to have you in class so that you can show him how the technique can be performed more effectively.

  4. @hayjoe123 what i am trying to say is the problem is with the form.he is doing it wrong!!!!!!!!looks like you guys are some spun off wersion of KYOKUSHIN even your kanku patch is different from the original.there is still some original Kyokushin masters in NEW YORK,one of them is sheehan KANAMURA from brooklyn.he was the live in student of SOSAI MAS OYAMA IN THE HONBU DOJO IN TOKYO.I learned from him,and he tought me slightly different.i dont mean to offend you,but your sensei is doing it WRONG

  5. @watertreder980 actually this technique has been taught to military units all over the world and is quite effective. What you are seeing here is the formalized version of teaching and drilling it. I personally think this is a bad way to teach and drill it, i think its a bad way to perform it, but the technique itself is actually quite useful. Look up Carl Cestari to see how it is used for practical combative purposes. if you want to see good combat stuff, expert village is not the place to look.

  6. This is used for blocking that's why it's an uke. Although there are many unnecessary movements here, you can even use it as a technique to the neck.

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