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GOJU-RYU KARATE II

BY N. GOSEI YAMAGUCHI


$14.95

 

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  DESCRIPTION: Amid at the advanced beginner, this second volume in the goju-ryu series delivers a step-by-step preparation and execution of the taikyoku kata group. Over 1100 illustrations aid in the instruction of these preliminary steps to the intermediate level. 

Gosei Yamaguchi is chief instructor of Goju-Kai Karate-Do, U.S.A. and foremost authority in the United States. His father, the famed Gogen gCath Yamaguchi, is founder of the international Goju-Kai

  AUTHORBIO: Founder of Goju-Kai Karate-Do, U.S.A.. Norimi Gosei Yamaguchi is the eldest son of Gogen Yamaguchi. Under his fatherfs tutelage he studied Japanese goju-ryu, and he earned judo black belt from Kodokan. Yamaguchi came to the U.S. in 1964 to replace his younger brother, Gosen, as director of the Goju-Kai Karate Club at San Francisco State College. In 1967 he became one of the first martial arts instructor to   serve on the faculty at an American College.

  In 1972, Yamaguchi was chosen to the Black Belt Hall of Fame; in 1975 he became a member of Whofs Who in the Martial Arts. He is the author of two books: Fundamentals of Goju-Ryu Karate and Goju-Ryu Karate II.

  Yamaguchi promoted a number of tournament in the San Francisco area among them 1968 and 1970 National Goju-Kai Karate-Do Championships and 1972 AAU National Invitational Karate Championships. (Excerpted from  Martial Arts: Traditions, History, People ,at page 396)

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