List of Shuri-Ryu Karate Katas with Instructions and/or Videos

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List of Shuri-Ryu Karate Katas with Instructions and/or Videos

This section will help you to learn the katas used in Shuri-Ryu Karate. Each kata page includes videos and/or written instructions. Nevertheless, to master these katas, you will also have to learn basic Karate stances, Karate kicks, Karate blocks, Karate punches, etc.

For information on other Karate katas (i.e. Shotokan katas), please visit the main Katas & Forms section.

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Reasons for Kata

Many Karate schools use kata in order to help students practice certain moves (i.e. kicking techniques, self-defense techniques and various strikes). In addition, kata is used to improve a student's physical conditioning, muscle memory, focus/concentration, balance, etc.

You might also like to visit the wiki community's Forms, Kata & Patterns section that contains conversations such as Is Kata useful or useless?, Positives & negatives of forms & patterns, etc. In this section, wiki community members discuss forms, pattern & kata techniques, tips, improvements, etc.



References

  1. International Shuri-Ryu Association, Katas, http://www.shuri-ryu.com/shuri-ryu-karate.html, Added - January 23, 2014


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