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Les Bubka
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Pinan Sono Ichi Basic drill

Hi all,

So our new is dojo open, my students and I decided it would be great to record some training in new surroundings.

Clip below is a result of that session where we went through dissected flow drill for our Pinan Sono Ichi.

Camera used t record done some weird stuff with lighting so my apologies, but I think that over all new dojo looks and feels so much better then old one.

Hope you will enjoy this short clip

Kind regards

Les

Jeb Chiles
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I like how you stay in his dead zone and keep him of balance! Great drill, thank you for sharing it! All the best Jeb

Iain Abernethy
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Great stuff as always. I personally really like the close-range and the integrated use of the hands. Moving to whichever part of the kata is relevant is great too. I like it lots!

All the best,

Iain

Les Bubka
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Thank you Jeb, I really enjoy your clips too.

Thank you Iain, after our conversation today I think 'lll do more description of the kata chunks.

Always great to have feedback :)

Kind regards

Les

Iain Abernethy
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Les Bubka wrote:
Thank you Iain, after our conversation today I think I’ll do more description of the kata chunks.

It was good to see you Les! I enjoy all your videos. I did like the succinct move for move / kata and bunkai section at the end of this one. It was brilliantly done. I look forward to more!

All the best,

Iain

John M Avilla
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Great stuff. Is Pinan Sono Ichi the same as Heian Shodan?

Les Bubka
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Hi John, Mostly there are few changes in stances, but close enough. Below is our version. https://youtu.be/9diWBejZES4 Kind regards Les