Kyokushin Katas

Kaicho David Farzinzad

Kaicho David Farzinzad brings spirit, passion and skill as he demonstrates the Kyokushin Katas.

Kaicho breaking apple
Even though Kaicho Farzinzad broke his neck several years ago in a fall down a flight of stairs, and has had 4 vertebrae surgically fused with plates, his talent, excellence and passion for Kyokushin is very apparent. Enjoy as Kaicho demonstrates the katas of Kyokushin.

Taikyoku Sono Ichi

Taikyoku Sono Ni

Taikyoku Sono Ni – Kaicho Farzinzad

Taikyoku Sono San

Taikyoku Sono San

Sokugi Taikyoku Sono Ichi

Sokugi Taikyoku Sono Ichi

Sokugi Taikyoku Sono Ni

Sokugi Taikyoku Sono Ni

Sokugi Taikyoku Sono San

Sokugi Taikyoku Sono San

Yantsu Kata

Yantsu Kata Demonstrated by Kaicho Farzinzad

Yantsu Kata – (viewed from front)

Yantsu Kata – as seen from the front

Pinan Sono Ichi

Pinan Sono Ichi Demonstrated by Kaicho Farzinzad

Pinan Sono Ni

Pinan Sono Ni Demonstrated by Kaicho Farzinzad

Sanchin

Sanchin Kyokushin Kata Demonstrated by Kaicho Farzinzad

Pinan Sono San – Kyokushin Kata

Pinan Sono San – Kyokushin Kata

Pinan Sono Yon – Kyokushin Kata

Pinan Sono Yon – Kyokushin Kata

Pinan Sono Go – Kyokushin Kata

Pinan Sono Go – Kyokushin Kata

Tzuki No Kata – Kyokushin Kata3

Tsuki No Kata – Kyokushin Kata

Gekisai Dai – Kyokushin Kata

Kyokushin kata Gekisai Dai

Gekisai Sho – Kyokushin Kata
Saiha Kata

Saiha Kata by Kaicho Farzinzad

True Meaning of Kyokushin

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The Kyokushin Way is centered in posture…

“Kyokushin” means “Ultimate Truth” and Kyokushin Karate is the pursuit of ultimate truth of mind, technique, and body.

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Pinan Sono Yon - Kyokushin Kata