Trailer For Origin of  Karate Trailer

For the first time in history…. Masters and the Japanese martial art come together this regarding school
boundaries everything you need to know about the
ultimate martial art is here Origin of Karate Karate is the King of the martial arts its origins go back five hundred years
to Okinawa then known as the Ryukyu Kingdom the
spirit of karate has survived okinawa’s history
and been passed on through the generations. Today, over 50 million people in more than 160
countries practice the art of karate now the ancient mystery karate will be
revealed These masters acknowledged living treasures come from the for traditional Okinawa karate schools and Kobudo to show you the secret of
the ancient art Kiich Nakamoto Gojyu-ryu Iken Tokashiki Gohaku-ryu Sokuichi Gibu Shorin-ryu Meitatsu Yagi Gojyu-ryu Zempo Shimabukuro Shourin-ryu Yasuo Shimoji Uechi-ryu Minoru Higa Shorin-ryu Takashi Kinjo Kobudo never-before-seen techniques of
Masters Showing multi angle view Over the Two hours a monumental masterpiece the complete
guide to the ultimate martial art Origins of Karate Master of the Ancient Tradition For the first time ever masters at
different schools come together The last karate DVD five hundred years
have karate history is here and it’s yours I

16 thoughts on “Trailer For Origin of Karate Trailer

  1. For those that would like to see Shotokan added to this documentary, it does not fit the picture anymore. Mr. Funakoshi was from Okinawa but he never intended to create anything. His students were the ones that created that name. For reference read "My way of life". Plus the Japanese have change what Funakoshi started so much that the Okinawa lineage is lost in time.
    Have a great day.

  2. Were does okinawin kempo fit in karate? That’s the style I come from but I never seen any one In Okinawa practice okinawin kempo if anyone could tell me a bit more about that that would be great

  3. with so many practitioners and instructors around the world there are sure to be a fair share of charlatans, don't forget that before pouting insults at Karate as a whole, because this is what makes the internet an ugly place with lots of embarrassingly presumptuous mannerisms as a culture. if you don't understand it, it doesn't make it anything you have to say it is like 'bullshido'. reserve your insults and your dignity.

  4. What a load of crap 💩….. years I spent doing this and I was never convinced…… the snapping action is really bad for the body .. tendons and joints being hammered constantly… tameshiwari hardening body parts to the point of deforming them … and then along comes a kick boxer or Muay Thai practitioner and it's over …. I don't see this surviving another 100 years in any significant way

  5. Karate is far from the ultimate martial art.Wrestling is the true ultimate martial art.Nothing is more real, effective and practical as wrestling !

  6. I find the topic interesting and would like to see the video. I think it is best to refrain oneself from using terms like “king of all martial arts”. I practice karate however most enjoyable memories in martial arts consist of having exchanges and learning from other martial artists such as BJJ practitioners, judokas, other types of karate and even Tae Kwon Do .

    To those that hate on Karate I’d have to say that I understand. Karate has sadly gone far from its roots. Consider that Okinawans are not generally large people therefore their range of combat is much closer. I do recall a Shorin Ryu teacher saying that karate occurs in the clinch. Consider that every kata is full of throws, sweeps, clinching. Now ask yourself why don’t we see these techniques used in modern Karate nor in sparring? Once karate makes it to Japan the distances between the opponents started to open up, perhaps an indirect influence of other martial arts. Which ever is the case certain modifications in technique occurred. Some where interesting innovations but other things came at the expense of losing the context of what Karate was meant to do and be.

    Karate was intended as a system that encompasses many styles of combat. Each kata represents a style. Some are more striking based, others are grappling based, some use weapons and some defend against them.

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