Karate – Comment accélérer ses déplacements en Karaté : « lâchez prise »  [Karate-Blog.net]

Hello, and welcome to Karate-blog.net, clear and net Karate. Today I would like us to come back a little on moves. It spoke well of moves when we saw the different positions or when we did sequences of Kihon, and then even in the kata was already discussed. But I would like to talk of moves, not especially Ayumi achi, Iki achi achi or Yori; what I would like is that talking about the principle of letting go I had explained to you once in an article. When I say “let go” is not a loss of consciousness, this is not a loss of concentration. You have to stay focused all the time. The principle of letting go, I will explain it wholesale. Look, you’re in a position we will say zenkutsu Dachi; and we want to achi Ayumi, and there in my position I am anchored to the ground so I lock the pelvis down, I put pressure to support the pelvic plate, come pressed down until the feet. So here I am positioned on the ground, firmly rooted in the ground, although I feel the support on the feet. If that position I want to advance directly and I push, in fact, I push on something that is very hard, which is precisely made to absorb the impact when suddenly, but by the angle of Gyaku zuki, when one Kiai: energy comes in the ground, so this time I want to go back, I must relaxes me, I must let go in the direction where you have my center of gravity: as if I loose, I loose a split second before pushing, that is to say, I’m not tough, but I try to push, I locked the ground and at the time of release, I relax my center of gravity like: “I want more, I want more” and it is at this time. But it’s really a split second, it is not seen externally, internally it is you, you must let go to grow. If we made a slow, logically, we should see the center of gravity slightly down to go. In fact, try to imagine a tennis player or a player ping pong: the ball, he holds it in his hand, he wants to hit it, if he holds it and he hits it, he has trouble. Must be synchronized, it is very hard to let go when hit, in fact it never does. A player, what does he do? He releases the ball to kick it. Well then, imagine that your center of gravity, what we call the “Hara” the energy center there, which is all hard. You will keep hard unless you were standing no more. Basically that’s it: you hold it more and you type in as if it was a ball. I’m here and I hit it, I hit so far I push the leg there to move forward. And I move with the stomach. It is the womb that shipment, and then takes the whole body. That was the principle that I wanted to show you; so we’ll try to work a little bit on this principle for you are trying to view, feel the above. It is especially that which is not obvious at first. So what we will do every time we will be positioned, we will work zenkutsu, it will be simpler, I will not bore you with the other positions. We’ll see if we make other positions, but for now, in general it is the position that we learn first so everyone knows easier. So we will work zenkutsu Dachi. Whenever we arrive in zenkutsu Dachi, you will you anchor to the floor. You rock, we go buttocks. The back leg is contracted, not tense, but contracted and one imagines that comes in the soil. And when we leave, we will we do: we’ll let go, say half a second before, but in reality it will be really a split second, it will almost battery when … But we we will do, we will cut the time, these two times, to cash récences lungs where it is, we will, as if it was falling and growth. Come on, I’ll put myself in the sense there like that you visualize a little better. Here, zenkutsu Dachi, I lock. And then I release, you must feel it: I lock and then I release. And now we push on the leg … and then I lock. I release … I release … I turn I lock I loose, I push. I lock I loose, I push. I let go, I push. I turn … I am well positioned, I loose, I push. Be careful because sometimes, with video, you might not see. Be careful when you see there, when you see this: it does not mean I let me down before, it really is: “I release,” but I’m not going to. I plus.Je the door straight put me as if suddenly, I decided that my center of gravity: I do most door. The idea is that, except that I’m not going to not wear it, I will stop squeezing hard. I’ll … I hold as if it were a ball, and I no longer by a thread, I can type into it. Hold the ball like that, I stand by more than one thread and I can kick it. Here I stand and boom, I can go. Come on, rests in the ground, it relaxes, it grows. Contracted, is expanded, it grows. It relaxes, it grows. We will be back. Whenever you go to it, legs … I do not change position, it is just a deformed. I relax, I shoot. I relax, I shoot. I relax, I just hit. I hit my center of gravity. I come from there to here and I’ll type … Come on, I’m contracted … Do not put technical, focus on: “I come, I support the soil, I am contracted here, the plebeian tray is contracted and there, as if I release and voila. This is infact the legs, it’s everything around here that relaxes and … I push. You must have, when you leave, the contraction should be: you have the stomach which is an airway and you are contracted here but not around here. Hips and all, you should relax and have the strength here, she thrust. The rest, vented to pass easily. Come on, we take … I’m outside the framework, I went too far, sorry. Be careful, there are times when I run and in the end I’m going too far, Finally, this is not good. You have to push like that. So, try to think about it, this principle: imagine a cyclist … According to you what is the hardest? Does he must descend and it goes back a slope, or is it better that he may go up and down for the same distance. well if one understands thought, or if you have already done some cycling, the ideal is still down to go up. We will put less time, qu’enfaite because it takes the momentum in the downhill and ends above. Well, I extrapolated. The ideal is still almost flat condition. Ultimately if I go down all the way, then I come down, it’s not too bad, I win. It should not be it either, so do not get down like that. But the best is still to be flat, but with a slight descent: I let go, knock. And as is done in almost the same time, I let go and knock, and it looks like this. It is really light. I tried to look, to slow motion, but I do not if I’ll get there. Technical and I … I will try to slow motion. Come on, we take a little bit … or we will change a little. I said we would not do at other positions, but finally: Kokutsu Dachi. Same principle: There I am supported in the ground, checking out … it’s really lightweight. I push … I reject. Tell me: is loose, you fall, you shoot. I say we fall, but it’s really in your mind. And the idea, you do not fall, you do not move, you are there. It really is, “I relax.” “. Infact I would not hold my center of gravity. And then it’s because I wanted you to feel that. Do this several times, as soon as one breaks down: one greenhouse is released, Being relaxed there, all the muscles are relaxed, I did more than that. I push. To better stabilize, I have supported in the ground, the pool and all, I am pressed, I release … I stabilized, I hard to push. Try to feel that when you want to spend, the force is only there. Attention there and then it goes here. It passes from one leg to the other, but the strength when I leave, I type in the center of gravity pushing. Well, I’ll let you see this video, rework it. But try to think of it wherever you go. When you want to move, think, contrary to popular belief. We always say in the movements you have to be well balanced. No, it should not be in balance, on the contrary there is disruption of the balance for there can be movement, otherwise there is no movement. If you stay in balance, you’re not traveling. When we say: we must remain in balance; in fact it is the idea of ​​always having the upper body is balanced on the pelvis. The pelvis moves and upper body does not go forward or backward. I stay balanced on it. But I issue a disruption of the balance for it to be a movement. So, think about this: you are anchored, and when you want to leave, I relax to leave. Each time, it is: I relax to leave, I come and I go. Think about that! The idea that’s it, work it, try to feel it and then you put what you think about the video, what you feel. If you have any questions … you can talk about what you want, Finally, with respect to the video course. You discuss below on the comments. Thank you, I hope you like this video. A video a bit special on travel. Thank you and I tell you, the next time Karate-blog.net on the crystal clear Karate. Thank you, good-bye.

29 thoughts on “Karate – Comment accélérer ses déplacements en Karaté : « lâchez prise » [Karate-Blog.net]

  1. merci pour les expliquations pour le passage de la marron mais c'est pas un niveau noir venez au samourai 2000 au mans (15 champions par ans) et la vous aprendrez de vrai conseil

  2. Et bien vous devriez peut être commencer par apprendre le code moral du karatéka, et là vous apprendriez de vrais valeurs.

  3. Le bruit c'est un K.I
    A mon avis sa serait dur de faire une video desus
    Sa doit venir de tes poumons,c'est une facon pour un karateka d'expulser l'air qu'il relache quand il met de la puissance sur sa technique.
    D'allieur ce n'est pas que sur les katas,en combat ou meme pendant une technique exécuté en cour il peut y avoir un K.I

  4. Bonjour je suis pratiquant Shotokai actuellement 5ème kyu.
    Je tenais tout simplement à vous remercier pour le simple fait de montrer que le style de la hanche est très important.
    De nos jours il n'y en a que pour le shotokan et la force brute prime …

  5. Je fais du Taekwondo et grâce à votre conseil je gagne non seulement du temps mais en plus de la stabilité, merci beaucoup et votre simplicité est un vrai plaisir.

  6. Bonjour, je suis tout de même étonné.
    J'ai toujours remarqué une recherche de souplesse dans le shotokai que l'on ne trouve pas dans le shotokan …
    Ici, je dois avouer que votre maitrise de la hanche me faisait vraiment penser au shotokai.
    l'idée de traverser sans se servir de ses épaules, est vraiment une spécificité …
    Après je suis de ceux qui ne pense pas en vérité générale, de moins, qui n'oublie pas les exceptions.
    Il n'en est pas moins que vous possédez un niveau certain.

  7. Bonjour, je tenais à vous dire que vous donnez exactement les même conseils que les Sensei de Karate Shito Ryu Shukokai. Ca fait plaisir de voir un certain mélange de techniques entre le style que vous pratiquez, et celui énoncé précédemment.
    De plus, vos explications sont très claires et vous semblez réellement passionné.
    Bonne continuation, et Merci.

  8. Si elle a réussi à avoir la ceinture jaune en 8 mois, à l'âge de 6 ans, c'est qu'elle est douée. Mais elle est encore jeune, laissez là s'adapter à son propre style, et elle s'améliorera rapidement 🙂

  9. Je vous remercie pour vos conseils !! Mais je pense que le dos a un grand rôle aussi pour maintenir l'équilibre (se cambrer ) Est -ce que j'ai raison ?De Bruno Randrianilana de Tananarive.Ossu !!!

  10. Bonjour Bruno!
    Bravo pour tes vidéos très pédagogiques (un vrai complément pour le travail chez soi). Mais pourrais tu stp faire des vidéos sur le kumité (des enchaînements en combat) pour les gradés par exemple (si tu as le temps bien sûr).
    Merci et bonnes fêtes de fin d'année!

  11. ta video est superbe et ma beaucoup fait comprendre sur mes deplacement . alors continue comme sa moi je m'abonne ^^

  12. Bonjouurs, c'est où que je peux trouver des dessins éxplicatif de tous ce que vous dites? merci. Riccardo

  13. très bonne explication, es que il y a des exercices en jouant qui peuvent aider les enfants à attendre le but de (lâchez prise) ?
    Pour ne pas utiliser toujours les positions de base.

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