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Ryushu

“Ryushu” means "Dragon's Hand." It is also the name for the Ryusei Karate-Do North America newsletter. Ryushu will be devoted to explanations of the techniques, history, philosophy and events of Ryusei karate.

Issues

2014 Chito-Ryu: The Next Generation by Peter Giffen
  Ryusei Manual Published
  My Journey to Koryu Kata by Matt Mannerow
  Shane Y. Higashi: A Life Lived in Karate by Peter Giffen
 

Can You Defend Yourself? by Peter Zehr

 

 

2011 In Search of the Origins of Te by Ken Sakamoto
  Anatomy of a Fight by Capt. Jamie Creelman
  Hit Without Thinking by Matt Mannerow
  Not by Any Stretch by Erik Stone
 

Slow Down to Speed up by Chris Moran

  Henshuho Pointers by Peter Zehr
  Japan 2010 by Matt Mannerow
  A Study in Fusion by Brian Hayes
 

 

2009 Florida Winter Getaway 2009 by Roland J. Figgs, Sr.
  Illustrating Our Manual by Kambiz Miranbigi
  A Path of Martial Training by Peter Zehr
  Power to Your Technique by Matt Mannerow
  Block the Line by Peter Giffen
 

The Greatest Martial Arts Movie Ever Made by Peter Giffen

 

 

2008 Shihohai: The Ceremonial Kata
  When the Dust Settles
  Kumite as Kata
  That Sinking Feeling
  New Members
  The Way to Japan
 

The Chinese Connection

 

 

 

2007

Report on Embukai 2006

 

Canada in 2007

 

A Ryusei Road Trip

 

Scenes with O-Sensei

 

When Push Comes to Punch

 

 

 

2006 Sakamoto-Sensei Down Under
Anatomy of an Oizuki
Technical Manual Translation Update
Hard to be Soft
Japanese Winter 2006 Ryushu

New Technical Advisor

 

 

 

2004 Canada's plans for 2004
Sakamoto-Sensei: On Instruction
Ukemi

Kata

 

 

 

2003 A New Year,
a New Organization
United States Plans for 2003
Ryusei Karate Grows in Canada
Winter Madness

 

 

 

2002  

Ryusei Karate-Do: A Personal Perspective

 

 

 

   
   
   

 

 

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