Koko

what is koko?

Koko = Tiger Mouth. 

They say that the most dangerous and brutal techniques are not allowed in competition....

...and this is certainly one of them.

The Digi Dojo - Shiyobui - Koko

Discover the versatility of koko
(fingertip secret + method inside)

Remember: the basic position is not limited to just that. And it's a BASIC position >> there are subtleties to the shape and when you know those suddenly it becomes more versatile.

how to apply koko

Although you can use Koko to attack different body parts, the throat is let's say "the basic" (+ one of the most effective as well).

The Digi Dojo - Shiyobui - Application of Koko

koko ippon kumite (incl. strategy to adjust movement)

It's more than 1 Ippon Kumite. Inside the video are several applications including when to use which one.

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Koko - attack the throat

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Use koko to occupy your opponent fist, then attack

performance

The flow is what is most important, which you can only see on performance speed.

slow

Note especially the trajectory of the right arm.

explanation

Koko is used to guide the opponent and continuously attack which makes this form good practise. Especially if you want to learn how to use Koko.

training in the dojo 2010

At the time, we still practised a lot of Sanbon Kumite. This one featuring Koko is a quite unique addition by Ishikawa Sensei.