WANKAN kata & application voume 28
WANKAN - kata & application volume 28
In this, the last of the Shotokan Karate kata, John Burke sensei assisted by Ross Chesterton sensei takes us through the close-in uses for the moves of the advanced pattern.
Also known as Okan, this deceptively short kata contains a wealth of tips for the martial artist. Methods of movement that contain biomechanical principles to aid in self defence.
Why stand with your arms in front of your face?
Is that really for "catching a kick"?
Why would such a short kata be the last in the series? Why is such a short kata the "King's Crown"?