Learn Shotokan Jiyu Ippon Kumite - Gyaku-Zuki (Defenses Against Reverse Punches)

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Learn Shotokan Jiyu Ippon Kumite - Gyaku-Zuki (Defenses Against Reverse Punches)

This page focuses on Shotokan Jiyu Ippon Kumite - Gyaku-Zuki (Defenses Against Reverse Punches).

Jiyu Ippon Kumite focuses on more advanced one step drills that include a variety of set defenses against a particular attack. This type of sparring drill is generally introduced to students who have achieved the level of Brown belt.

This video concentrates on defenses and counter attacks versus an opponent's reverse punch (or Gyaku-Zuki).

For additional kumite techniques, please visit the main Shotokan Kumite section.

Shotokan Jiyu Ippon Kumite - Gyaku-Zuki (Defenses Against Reverse Punches)








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