When I talked about Genwa Nakasone’s book “Karate-Do Taiken” I forgot that a year ago I wrote a bit about Shimpan Shiroma and his contribution on the use of karate technique. This is what I posted, and I have added a photo from the book. In the body of the piece these discussions were accompanied with diagrams.
9. Use of the right knee parry of a right kick (interior line of defense) and a left knee parry against a right kick, then place the left foot down (spinning off the attacker) and double palm strike to their spine (exterior line of defense).
Alberto Cruz Photos are not in the right order, Japanese books are read from right to left but also the lower right photo must go in the top right and vice versa with the other photo
Victor Donald Smith The more interestng thing was he was a student I believe of Itosu, one of the original instructors of youth in the Okinawan schools, and what he wrote about the use of karate technique crossed systems, even incorporating discussion about Sanchin, Apparently in his time Okinawan karate was not thought of as being style specific (of course my assumption).