Shotokan Karate Magazine Issue 4

Featuring Aidan Trimble S.K.I. World Champion
Billy Higgins Fighting Techniques

August 1985

Shotokan Karate Magazine Issue 4

August 1985

Shotokan Karate Magazine Issue 150

December 2021

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Contents

Editorial.


'TRAINING' By AIDAN TRIMBLE. SKI WORLD KUMITE CHAMPION.


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.


SPORTS NUTRITION. By Bernard Beverley.


INSTRUCTORS SPOTLIGHT. MALCOLM PHIPPS 3rd Dan SEISHINKAI.


BILLY HIGGINS 'FIGHTING TECHNIQUES'.


THE STUDENT TEACHER RELATIONSHIP. By Vince Morris.


CLUB PROFILE. SALFORD SHOTOKAN CENTRE.


DIRK HEENE (BELGIUM) SHOTOKAN TRADITIONALIST.


SHOTOKAN COMPETITIONS, COURSES & REPORTS.


EDITORIAL By John Cheetham.


In this issue we feature a current champion, namely the S.K.I. World Kumite Champion Aidan Trimble and a former champion, Dirk Heene, of Belgium. Both men are not only first class karateka but very down to earth and unaffected people who both come from a traditional training background. Aidan being a student of sensei Asano and Dirk Heene a student of sensei Miyazaki, the J.K.A. instructor resident in Belgium. Dirk has also trained extensively with sensei Taiji Kase the J.K.A. instructor in France.


No apologies for featuring Billy Higgins again and also another fine article by Vince Morris. Billy shows a 'Fighting sequence' and Vince writes about the relationship between a student and his instructor.


The supplementary training and technical articles which we have published in S.K.M. e.g. Sprinting - Weight training - Physics etc., have been very well received and this time the subject is sports nutrition written by an expert on the subject, Bernard Beverley.


SKM coverage of training courses seems to be very popular with all our readers and in this issue there are more training tips and ideas from instructors, Steve Cattle, Dave Hazard and Paul Mead. All former British Champions who now pass on their knowledge and experience to Shotokan students throughout the country. If you haven't had the opportunity to train with instructors of this calibre, then hopefully through the pages of S.K.M. you can learn from what they have to say and the type of training they do.


Editor.


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The magazine has been published since November 1984. Because it is a very specialised and Traditional magazine we only publish each quarter (March - June - September - December) . We do pride ourselves on featuring the most senior and famous Shotokan Senseis in the world in the magazine and it is totally non-political, we feature everyone from all the various organisations.

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