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    https://www.facebook.com/task.karate...9765373387581/


    Came across this video on Facebook. It is probably the best explanation I have seen about what makiwara training should be, and how to train it safely.

    I know this topic has come up on here before.
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    Default Re: proper use of makiwara

    Quote Originally Posted by punisher73 View Post
    https://www.facebook.com/task.karate...9765373387581/


    Came across this video on Facebook. It is probably the best explanation I have seen about what makiwara training should be, and how to train it safely.

    I know this topic has come up on here before.
    And the key words are should be

    People tend to jump in and go full power in the early stages and damage their hands
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