A New Karate style is born (full contact)
No its not other Kyokushin offshot :(
Its a new south american martial art named Shinshinkan
A karate style based on several martial arts:
"45 years of true International Experience in Okinawa Karate Kobudo and Aikijujitsu .
Live 6 Years in Asian countries :Japan , China , Thailand , India , Nepal , Laos ,and Russia .to study correct center of the martial arts training .
Ex Buddhist Monk in India , Nepal , China, Thailand and Laos.
10th Dan Isshin Ryu Karate Do , 9th Dan Aikijujitsu Kawauchi Ha, and 9th Dan Shorin ryu Kobayashi Karate Do .
Students in 30 countries of : Asia , Europe , and America .
8 International Videos in Europe and Usa. ( Budo International Magazines and Yamazato Videos )
Magazines in 11 Languages talk about Shinshinkan and Soke Cantore-
Pionner of the Isshin ryu in : Russia , Latin america , Nepal, Philippines ,Ukraine , spain and others new countries
Founder of the SWKO :Shinshinkan World Karate Organization.( Nepal 2000 year )
Today the World Head office is in Moscow Russia. and hes home in El Bolson Patagonia Argentina, in the Mountains where receive students from many countries to corrections and examination )
GERARDO CANTORE IS : USHI SAN ( Hes Buddhist and Bushido name ) The Buffalo of the Isshin Ryu. Living Legend in the Karate"
You can read more in the above link (ENGLISH)
So what do you think of the sparring I saw a lot of groundwork for karate I will let you analyze it, the striking part could improve and use more knees and lowkicks
Your opinions and thoughts...
Their kumite looks like fun
Holding those hands kind of low and leading with their face in that first vid. Not a great idea but maybe they know something I don't.
Kumite looks pretty full contact. I don't know wether they should get toughness points or stupidity points for rough housing on concrete, but either way thats pretty hard core.
Vid 2, nut shots prove indecisive. Oh shizzle...
Yep looks like a rough and unpolished Kyokushin kumite with grappling
Originally Posted by Mr. Machette
Any grappler who can say what is their level of skill in the ground?
Calling it a "New Karate Style" is a bit of a stretch, don't you think?
Also, is that motherfucking concrete they're grappling on?
Originally Posted by Goju - joe
No hip movement, no shrimping, leaving hands way across centerline.
Originally Posted by RurikGreenwulf
I am going to say they know what the guard position looks like but NO idea of how to use it.
Then again what the heck do I know (not very much to tell the truth)
They look pretty clueless, body strikes only lead to their faces being prime targets.
Grappling was heinous, like they read a book or saw something on TV.
Props for actually hitting each other though
Oh my fucking gosh, they were grappling on motherfucking concrete.
I read a book once.
Originally Posted by Moosey
Originally Posted by Goju - joe
Well I wanted to believe they were kinda good at the ground but I think I knew they were not
Do you think that as it is a new style with only a few years and who do hard sparring, they will gradualy improve?
They could use a lot of seminars of Judo, Kyokushin, BJJ and MMA
I know a few Traditional karate folks that do their throws and **** on a solid floor
Originally Posted by The Question
when you I tell them on how dangerous it is they anwser "In the streetz noes padding!!1!"
Well they do hard sparring and groundwork and it all started a few years ago for me its new comparing it to the point sparring shotkan-stance that most non-Kyokuhin people do
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