Gekisai Dai Bunkai

Kyokushin Gekisai Dai Bunkai and Kata, with Shihan Hiroto Okazaki, Kyokushin-kan

撃塞大  Gekisai Dai
Gekisai means conquer and occupy.  The name is derived from the characters Geki , meaning defeat or conquer, and Sai , meaning fortress or stronghold (literally translated as “closed”, “shut” or “covered”).  The word Gekisai can also mean demolish, destroy or pulverize.  The katas teach strength through fluidity of motion, mobility and the utilization of various techniques.  Flexibility of attack and response will always be superior to rigid and inflexible strength.  (Dai andShō mean “larger” and “smaller”, respectively.)

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