Shotokan Masters: ISKF Master Camp Training 3 DVD Set

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Sensei Teruyuki Okazaki (USA)
Sensei Hirokazu Kanazawa (Japan)
Sensei Yutaka Yaguchi (USA)
Sensei Hideo Ochi (Germany)
Sensei Shunsuke Takahashi (Australia)
Sensei Masaru Miura (Italy)

The finest modern Shotokan Masters gathered together in this top quality live-training production. Filmed at I.S.K.F. legendary “Master Camp” located in Green Lane, PA; this special 3 DVD set is a must for beginners, intermediate and advanced students. Karate-do techniques, training principles, Budo philosophy,
etc... are explained by some of the best teachers the world of Karate has ever seen. You will find these instructional DVDs a great learning and reference tool in your Karate-do training regardless of style.
The impeccable instruction and explanation of ‘beyond style’ Karate elements like breathing, posture, timing, body control, kihon, kata and kumite techniques and principles by ‘the best of the best’, makes this DVD series a true ‘collector’s item’ not to be missed by any serious and dedicated Karate practitioner.

Customer Reviews

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Christopher Smaby
Review of Shotokan ISKF Master Camp

If you are a Shotokan student, this DVD will demonstrate the most basic skills of JKA style karate taught and demonstrated by several of the original JKA master Japanese instructors [Sensei Kanazawa, Okazaki, Yaguchi, etc.] Not too technical, a little too much time on warm-up exercises but a good basic skills DVD. If you are Shotokan, a good reference of JKA.