Kakuto karate Koi no takinobori ryu
is a modern direction of the full-contact karate which uses a wide
arsenal of technical and tactical techniques for victory. The basic
difference from traditional karate schools is in the original, extremely
rigid methods of training which are used for the full realization
of one's individual abilities. These methods were created on the
base of research and adaptation of the experience of the old Japanese
martial schools to modern conditions and application of the newest
Sports bouts at Koi no takinobori ryu
rules are held with the use of protecting equipment (6 mm hand protectors,
a groin protector and a gum shield) and nowadays are the most unlimited
kind of full contact bouts. This kind of karate is a professional
one and is not intended for general public.
The sportsmen of this style are also very
successful in Muay-thai, all types of full-contact karate and wrestling.
The training goes in two directions: sports training in above-mentioned
sports, and practical. The latter studies techniques, psychology
and tactics of real fighting and also the use of modern weapons
for tactical purposes. A special role is given to psychological
training, which is oriented to the suppression of the opponent.
The methodical and research base of the
International union kakuto karate Koi no takinobori ryu (IUKKK)
in Russia is the Applied Research Centre created within the collaboration
of the IUKKK,, the department of Special Martial Combat and
Obstacles Surmounting of the Military Institute of Physical Training
and the International Institute of Qualification Improvement.
The Applied Research Centre creates the
newest methods of training professional sportsmen. It also works
on tactics and technique of the use of the combat knife, all kinds
of fire-arms, as well as tactics of actions of soldiers of special
The strategic direction of all elements
of training in the IUKKK reads as follows:"Victory at