The Kata, Jiin, is part of a three Kata set, including: Jion, Jiin, and Jitte. Jiin is considered to be a Kihon, or fundamental Kata, and is widely practiced throughout multiple styles of Karate.
The version that is presented in this course is the version practiced in Shito-Ryu Karate. However, regardless of your style, this course presents Bunkai applications that can be used by anyone. Techniques are presented from the Kata and Bunkai are explained in three to four levels. Level 1 is a striking response. Most striking responses are considered to be Omote Bunkai, meaning that what you see, is what you get. Level 2 is a throwing response. Throws can be as simple as a sweep / reap, or can be as complicated as you want; just remember that simple is usually better. A level 3 Bunkai is a locking response. Locks, or Jujutsu applications, may be beyond the needs of students looking for pure self-defense but are a good tool to have in the toolbox. The last level is level 4, or an escaping response. While every technique generally has a level 1-3 Bunkai, only certain techniques can be used as an escape to chokes and holds.
Please be safe while training and always exercise safety and common sense.
Who this course is for:
8 sections - 27 lectures - 46:18 total length
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Charles Wallace Sensei is a Valedictorian graduate of Midwest City High School. After High School, Wallace Sensei joined the Marine Corps. During this Career, he had two tours to Iraq and obtained the rank of Chief Warrant Officer 2. When in garrison, Wallace Sensei spent his time as a Martial Arts and marksmanship instructor. He holds the rank of 2nd Degree Black Belt Instructor in the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program.
Wallace Sensei has an Associate Degree in Liberal Arts, having graduated with honors. He also has a Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree, having graduated Magna Cum Laude. Wallace Sensei is currently at graduate student pursuing a degree in Mediation and Arbitration.
Over his 16 years of experience, Wallace Sensei has trained in many styles of martial arts and self-defense. He considers himself blessed to have trained in the three major realms of unarmed combat (striking, throwing, and joint manipulation) as well as traditional Kobujutsu weapons, sword, and an array of modern firearms and non-lethal weaponry.
Currently, Wallace Sensei owns and operates the Hoshin Dojo in Midwest City, Oklahoma. At the Hoshin Dojo, he actively teaches women’s self-defense seminars and various youth safety seminars in addition to the standard curriculum. In addition to his Martial Arts ranks and certifications, Wallace Sensei has completed CPR, SafeSport, CDC concussion training, and is a certified Combat Lifesaver.
The Hoshin Dojo is an approved CLEET (Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training) training facility. Wallace Sensei currently teaches seminars that meet the continuing education requirements for local security and law enforcement personnel.
Charles Wallace Sensei is currently serving as the State Director for the International Seishinkai Karate Union (ISKU).