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Instruction Flow

Members participating in practice, each have their own goals such as…

  • ・acquire self-defense
    ・play karate in earnest. Get KUROOBI!
    ・solve lack of exercise, for health, and for physical
    ・diet
    ・reduce stress etc…
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One’s physical strength, experience in karate differs to each students.
In, Garyuukai, well experienced instructors will instruct novices depending on their goals, so students who has no confidence in physics can participate without anxiety.
We always start with warming up exercise in order to prevent injuries.
Next is basic training. After getting some rest, we practice transfer training, form training, and mitt training in pairs.
Last is sparring. In this training, students wear protectors to prevent injuries.
For advanced students, coaching staff will think about training powers.
For beginners, coaching staff will dedicate to many techniques.
If you are interested in Kyokushin Karate, please take a look or join free lesson.

Training Flow

  • 1.exercise
    2.basic training
    3.transfer training
    4.form training
    5.pre-arranged sparring
    6.sparring
    7.muscle training
    8.meditation/bow/押忍!OSU!
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warming up exercise

In every sports, warming up is very important to prevent injuries.
In Garyukai, we always start with warming up exercise including stretches.
Lets prevent injuries and improve flexibility by doing warming up exercise correctly.

basic training

First, stand in peculiar form of karate and train basic hand and kicking movement without transferring.

transfer training

Next, add transferring to basic movement.
This movement differs to real practice but by this training, you can acquire the basis of body movement

form training

In, karate there is a training called “KATA” which is a combination of blocking and attacking.
By training “KATA” depending on one’s strength, goal, and level, students acquire defensing skills from all directions and attacking movement of karate.
They also learn the meaning of every movement.

pre-arranged sparring

Actually meet with opponents, and attacker (tori) and defender (uke) are predetermined, and movements somewhat known to both parties are performed.
To prevent injuries, each of them wear cushioning supporter and gloves to arms and legs.
To make it a good practice, we start with slow and precise movement.

sparring

Actually meet with opponents and play guarding and attacking techniques under movements.
In, dojyo we call this “sparring”. In this sparring, both attacker and defender learn techniques in light movements. We don’t play their best otherwise it’s promoting exam or real matches. In the dojyo, students differs from physiques and physical strength.
So playing full tilt every time doesn’t improve each ones skills.
It is important to respect partners to improve skills.