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Naihanchi / Tekki-Shodan Bunkai (video)

This video was filmed at a weekend seminar I taught in Kansas in September 2013. This clip looks at the application of the “lower block, punch, step across, block” sequence.

This short clip is taken from a full weekend of training and viewers should be aware of that. The applications shown are part of a much larger methodology and the nature of this short clip obviously means the overall context cannot be communicated.

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Basic Ground Escapes Line Drill (video)

This video was filmed at a weekend seminar I taught in Denmark in September 2013.

In “Karate-Do: My Way of Life” Gichin Funakoshi (“The Father of Modern Karate”) talks about the Tegumi grappling drills of his youth. He discusses how this native Okinawan grappling art has influenced karate and how Tegumi drills are beneficial for the karateka.

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MartialPreneur TV interview Iain (video)

My video interview with MartialPreneur TV is live! It’s just over 50 minutes long and looks at my experiences as fulltime martial artist and gives advice for those who similarly want to commit to the martial lifestyle. I really enjoyed chatting with Scott and I think that comes across on the video. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did :-)

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Iains 400ft bungee jump (video)

Nothing at all to do with applied martial arts, self-protection or kata! This is footage from my bungee jump in Chepstow, UK on the 17th of August 2013.

At 400ft, this is the highest bungee jump in the UK ... and it was great fun! A highly recommended experience.

The YouTube link for this video can be found here: http://youtu.be/EW1ozGiSErk

All the best,

Iain

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Wanshu / Enpi Opening Sequence Bunkai (video)

This video looks at the opening sequence of Wanshu / Enpi (including the opening “salutation”). I see this sequence as mapping out various options – in the form of a sequential drill – that can be applied should the enemy secure a grip on your clothing.

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Karate Throws (video)

This is raw footage from “The Bunkai Bash” in June 2013. For our DVDs, we film in studios with professional cameramen, soundmen, directors and editors. This was done with a pocket camera in a field at the height of the British “Summer” :-)

The sound is not great due to the strong wind, an emergency helicopter landing in an adjacent field, and mobile phone interference. Hopefully you’ll be able to follow it though.

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Basic Arm-Lock Flow Drill (video)

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Iain Skipping! (video)

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U-Punch / Yama-Zuki Bunkai (video)

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