Shotokan is the most commonly practiced type of Karate. It uses deep stances to generate power. Speed and power are valued more in Shotokan than in some other forms of Karate, Advanced students learn throwing and grappling techniques, while newer students focus on striking. Striking includes punching, open-hand techniques and kicking. Students are also taught blocking techniques.
All training involves learning the basics, forms and sparring. Philosophy is very important to Shotokan practitioners, and most schools have the five rules of training listed on their walls. These rules include seeking perfection of character, being faithful, trying to excel, respecting others, and abstaining from violence.
Our goal here at NinjaPHD.com is to give you a complete list of the Shotokan karate training centers near you so that you can choose the one perfectly fits your needs. If you are have any questions at all, or are having trouble locating a quality facility close to where you live, please don’t hesitate to contact us so we can help assist you.
Top Online Shotokan Karate Programs
|Complete Shotokan Karate – full white to black belt series (8 DVDs)
|This set covers all techniques, katas, one steps, and self defense from white to black belt in this ancient art.
|Japanese Shotokan Karate: Heian Kata 1-5
|If you are a student of Shotokan, this DVD will help you perfect your Heian katas
|Shotokan Karate: Kanazawa 3 DVD Box set Kihon Kumite & Kata
|If you're a Shotokan karate practitioner, you must have these dvds.
Shotokan karate Training in Alaska
|Alaska Moving Arts Center
|10901 Mausel St, Suite 104
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