Mas Oyama's Essential Karate

ISBN: 0806988444

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Posted on 2009-05-24. By anonymous.


Masutatsu Oyama, "Mas Oyama's Essential Karate"
Publisher: Sterling Pub Co Inc | 1979 | 249 Pages | ISBN: 0806988444 | PDF | 42 MB

Mas Oyama's book "The Essential Karate" is perhaps the easiest source for a beginning martial artist to use to gain knowledge about this interesting artform. KyokushinKai-Kan Karate, also known as the assocaition for the search in ultimate truth in Karate, was founded in the early 1950's. Matsutatsu Oyama, the founder, created a Karate style that is derived from Shotokan and Goju-Ryu. In doing so he started one of the most powerful and most widely respected martial forms. Kyokushin is extremely popular with over ten million practitioners in the world today. This book will enable the beginner and the expert to unravel Master Oyama's thoughts on how this art should be performed. It will explain in detail and with photos all of the basic manuevers. Each page is well illustrated with reasons why each attack or defense is done. Also included are basic self defenses and a history of martial arts. Due to both of Master Oyama's other book being out of print this manuel is a indespensable tool for any martial artist. Further more it is clearly the best available and affordable tool for the adherent to this style.

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