Instructions for Shotokan Karate Kata - Gojushiho Sho

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Instructions for Shotokan Karate Kata - Gojushiho Sho

This page provides videos and instructions for Shotokan Karate kata - Gojushiho Sho. This is an advanced Shotokan kata. To master these Shotokan Karate katas, you will also have to learn basic Shotokan stances, Karate kicks, Karate blocks, Karate punches, etc. Please use the demonstration video in order to see what the kata should look like at full speed and the instructional video in order to learn the individual elements involved in the kata. You should also review the Shotokan kata - Gojushiho Dai.

For instructions and videos on other Shotokan katas, please visit the main Shotokan Karate Katas section.

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