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Mu Shin Kata
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Here is the kata in it's entirety. 

Mu Shin pattern movements 1-5

Bow – extend stance with left foot/spear hands on hip pointing slightly downward – thrust forward – grab & spike.

With left foot, step forward-left 45 degrees – right foot drag follows to stable ready position – left downward, inside palm heel strike – right knife hand/forearm strike – knee spike.

With left foot, step straight forward - left arm elbow spike – chin jab – front kick.

With right foot, step rearward-right 45 degrees – left arm shield block – chin jab – front kick – appropriate conclusion.

With left foot, step straight forward – double horizontal ram – grab & knee spike.


Mu Shin pattern movements 6 - 10

With right foot, step rearward right – left downward hammer fist/right hand head cover – upward elbow – back fist/back of forearm – sidekick.

With right foot, step forward-right 45 degrees – left forearm strike to attacking limb – right forearm strike to upper torso– vertical elbow – hammer fist – horizontal elbow – back elbow – side kick.

With right foot, step back right 45 degrees – left circular outside block/right palm heel block – left front kick – side snap kick and plant foot.

Step left 90 degrees – left palm heel block/right circular outside block – right snap kick – right side kick.

With right foot, step rearward-left 45 degrees – double forearm strikes to intercept incoming grappling attempt.


Mu Shin pattern movements 11 – 15

With right foot, step forward-right 45 degrees - left high block – right arm executes shoulder lock.

With right foot, step forward-right 45 degrees – left circular outside block/right palm heel block – right horizontal elbow – right back elbow – right side kick.

With right foot, step rearward 90 degrees – right elbow rip w/lock and takedown.

With right foot, step forward-right 45 degrees – right inside knife hand strike w/left outside and downward knife hand strike – right vertical elbow – right downward knife hand strike.

With right foot, step rearward 45 degrees – right hand pushes attacker’s left elbow in and up – left inside forearm strike to right side of attacker’s head – open gate and takedown.


Mu Shin pattern movements 16 – 20

With right foot, step forward-right 45 degrees – left side block with left arm down and right arm up – sweep attacker’s leg w/left arm – front kick w/upper body grab and takedown.

With right foot, step rearward-right 180 degrees – double palm heel slap – grab attacker’s outstretched limb – appropriate strike – rear chin hook takedown.

With right foot, step forward-right 45 degrees – left & right wedge block w/right knee spike– pull attacker’s limb down w/right hand – left knife hand strike.

With right foot, step rearward-right 45 degrees – double outside block – double chin jab.

With right foot, step forward-right 45 degrees – left knife hand strike to attacker’s outstretched limb – right knife hand strike to side of neck – right reverse knife hand strike.

Mu Shin pattern movements 21 – 25

Trap attacker’s hand – inside forearm strike - open gate clockwise 180 degrees – front kick.

Rotate counter-clockwise 180 degrees – strike into attacker’s throat with spear hand.

Attacker has placed you in a standing headlock - inside hand reaches up to attacker’s shoulder/waist/hair/ear/eye/infra orbital etc and pulls while outside hand pushes back of attacker’s knee - open gate to throw attacker to ground.

Attacker has placed you in a standing headlock - ridge hand strike to groin between legs - w/other hand grab attacker’s wrist and pull head free.

Attacker has placed you in a rear choke - Drop into horse stance to lower center of gravity – rear elbow/hammer fist – rear choke throw.
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