Go Kan Ryu Kata Sanseru

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Information on Go-Kan-Ryu Kata - Sanseru

This page provides details for the Go-Kan-Ryu Kata - Sanseru. This one of two katas is taught to Go-Kan-Ryu brown belt two black tip (1st Kyu) students. First kyu's are required to learn Sanseru and Go-Kan-Ryu kata - Sepai for their Shodan Ho grading.

In the two moves you punch down in Shiko datchi (at 0.42 & 0.44 seconds) your left hand is always on top.

For information on the kata used by different Karate styles (i.e. Shotokan), please visit the main Katas & Forms section.

In this kata, the following elements are utilized:
Kihon: Chudan Tzuki, Gedan Barai, Mae Geri, Yoko Geri, Hijiate
Stances: Zenkustu Datchi, Sanchin Dachi, Shiko Dachi.

Instructions for Technique

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Reference Sources

1.Information courtesy of Llewena
2.GKR Karate, GKR Grading Kata, http://www.gkrkarate.com/index26.php?x=ABOUT-GKR~ABOUT-GKR%7CGKR-Karate-Club-Info%5EGKR-Grading-Kata%60A, Added - 06/19/15

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