Learn about Go Kan Ryu Kata - Hangetsu
This page will help you to learn the Go Kan Ryu (GKR) Karate kata - Hangetsu. For other Go Kan Ryu katas, please visit the main Go Kan Ryu Kata section.
This kata introduces a couple of techniques not normally practiced during kihon training. Hangetsu Dachi and a leading single knuckle strike.
Strengthening exercise that may help to improve your kata:
- Lat Pulldown - Lat pulldowns work on your back, shoulder and arm muscles.
However, if you have any questions about a particular kata movement, please check with your instructor.
For the katas of other Karate styles (i.e. Shotokan katas), please visit the main Katas & Forms section.
Instructions for Technique
- Hangetsu from GKR NZ Nationals 2015
- YouTube, Hangetsu Kata, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2Wm2fvMCxs - gkr nz nats 2015 10 17 ring5 open female kata finals 02c hangetsu, 01/05/2016.
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