Advanced Kyokushin Karate Techniques : How to Block One Two Low Kick Kyokushin Combo Attack


On behalf of Expert Village, my name is Tony
Capraro, Sensei of kyokushin karate from Without Limits, Inc., 1652 Richmond Avenue, Staten
Island, New York. We are here to demonstrate for you today advanced kyokushin technique.
We will now demonstrate on how to block the most famous kyokushin knock down technique,
1-2 low kick. From fighting position, blocking the first 2 blows, left right, lifting up
the left leg. 1, 2, low kick, 1, 2, low kick, 1, 2, low kick, and 1, 2, low kick. From fighting
position, he throws the 2 punches, then again, and again, and again. Now, back and forth,
again.

9 thoughts on “Advanced Kyokushin Karate Techniques : How to Block One Two Low Kick Kyokushin Combo Attack

  1. According to this guy website he's a 4th degree blackbelt -___-
    sure and then let me represent myself. Im the king of atlantis nice to meet u 🙂
    First of all this guy doesnt know anything about kyokushin karate. We use japanese terminology and not english. 2nd i've seen kyu degree belts (orange till brown) doing it better then him.
    3rd, i've been reading all the official major kyokushin organizations websites.From IKO,WKO,Royama and so on.This Tony Capraro isnt on any of them. SO NO KYOKUSHIN!!

  2. There's no such thing as advanced techniques! Good lord! Look up Matt Thornton and his videos and he'll tell you there's no such thing as advanced techniques.

    I throw the same roundhouse as a white belt does, just with better technique, and more power.

  3. It is. My dad's teacher was a 7th dan, and he learned the real thing, learned to kill. He was in some war in the Phillipines and conditioned his hands and arms to be strong, and broke some guys arm by doing a 'hard block' when he was attacked. And he beat about 15 guys that were armed with sticks and stuff. My dad said his teacher's hands were really big.

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