The Interpretation of Kata – Samples

Bunkai

I have been talking a lot lately about learn to interpret Kata, not just being told what it is. And that is a important project for me. I can from the Korean root art of Hapkido, flavored with some Taekwondo patterns or Hyung. My first Grand Master was close friend to General Choi and became part of that early 70’s TKD revolution in Canada.

Below is one of the patterns we did at Yellow Belt.

The part we are going to focus on is the fingertip trust followed by a chopping knife hand, then spinning back fist.

Below is a breakdown for this with Kyusho Principles in mind.

So now you can see an application of a basic Korean TKD Kata. If yu want to learn more about Kata Interpretation or Knockouts click the links below.

Have a great week!

 

 

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