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Elbow bent with the first and forearm almost parallel to the body with the power coming from the rotation of your trunk.

I imagined having a head or neck in the crook of my elbow where I'd have much more leverage than at my hand taking advantage of my body weight and not my arm strength and twisting a sharp hook into someone's temple.

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They should be off balance, out of weapons and defenseless, while you rain down hell on them. This is very different than the fencing type quick exchange chess match style engagements that we see in modern prearranged kumite where after your first three attacks are parried you find the opening and end it with one precise "killing" blow.

I watashi no karate jutsu say that this book is not watashi no karate jutsu self defense.

My Art of Karate enables you to tap his tremendous store of fighting knowledge, acquired from hundreds of actual fights - not tournament wins, but real fights in which he claims he was never hit in the face. Having contributed an informative chapter to this publication, Graham Noble sourced you quoting Miyahara Sensei, saying Great people watashi no karate jutsu never be forgotten, if only to remind us of the potential latent in ourselves.

By studying the anthropology of this tradition it watashi no karate jutsu evident that many of the early pioneers established a symbiosis with karate so that their lives became as much a product of the art as was the art a product of their lives.

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He who is a true warrior should always remember that the most important thing is to train. He should train twice a day, morning and night. This is nothing special, like a man washing his face every morning when he arises, so a true karate-jutsu student must train twice a day without watashi no karate jutsu.

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