http://www.HolisticKarate.com The old Okinawan masters used to say that we should use the body like a whip; but this has been lost to many along the way. Find out how to put it back in!
http://bunkaijutsu.com/2011/05/natural-breathing-karate-and-martial-arts/ Part 2 of natural breathing in Karate and other martial arts.
http://bunkaijutsu.com/2011/05/natural-breathing-karate-and-martial-arts/ Breathing in Karate is often overly forced. For real power and speed, breathing should become more natural.
http://bunkaijutsu.com/category/kata-bunkai-2/ Karate kata bunkai for Nijushiho, with in Kung Fu input. Go to link above for more bunkai.
http://BunkaiJutsu.com : Part 2 of Bunkai from the the kata Nijushiho, looking at the unusual sequence near the end.
http://bunkaijutsu.com : Karate kata bunkai for the kata Nijushiho (also known as Niseishi)
http://bunkaijutsu.com: Cross referencing Karate's Shuto Uke and Wing Chun's Fun Sau. Different on the surface, but both can be used in similar ways.
Many schools of Tae Kwon Do have altered the way that they perform their blocks from their Karate roots. This closes of some applications to them but opens up new ones.
The "yoi" position is usually only regarded as getting ready. However, like with most things in Karate, it can be multi functional and has some useful bunkai.
http://www.bunkaijutsu.com Tekki kata (also known as Naihanchi) is a close quarters fighting system. So is Wing Chun. Not surprising then that when you compare, you find a lot of similarities.