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ChunJiDo / Robert Cutrell / Video Library > Pinan Odan Kata Video Length: 0min. 42sec.
Pinan means ‘Peace and Confidence’ or ‘Peaceful Mind.’ Odan (or Godan) means fifth. The Pinan katas are attributed to Anko Itosu whose most famous student was Funakoshi, the founder of Shotokan. Funakoshi developed the Heian katas from the Pinans. Pinan Odan is done at the high purple belt level. The high purple belt has a black stripe through the center. This stripe is a reminder of the goal to achieve black belt and a reminder that training in the martial arts is a continuous journey.
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