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eBook PDF Collection: (Martial Arts) 27 Katas Shotokan Karate. dedicate to kyokushin karate do Arte Filipino, Kyokushin Karate, Shotokan Karate, Isshinryu. PDF Drive is your search engine for PDF files. Kata - Trinity Shotokan Karate Sensei Freddy Díaz, Tercer Dan 3º en Karate-do Shotokan la Asociación. Shotokan Karate Terminology – to 1 st. Dan. General Terms. Japanese. Literal English. Common Translation. Karate do. “Empty hand way”. Karate! Yoi. Ready.

Striped grading system 26 Any queries regarding the interpretation of the grading syllabus should be directed to your senior instructor or the Shihankai for clarification. All rights reserved no part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the permission of the copyright owners Shotokan Karate Authorised by the Shotokan Karate Shihankai February Conduct and Attitude during at Competition 1. Kata On the announcement of your name. Respond with a loud oss and walk smartly to the edge of the ring, directly in line with your starting position. Bow neatly and proceed proudly to your starting position. At the starting position bow once again and take on the yoi position. Announce your kata with as much emphasis as possible. Having completed your kata, wait in the yoi position for your scores to be announced or a show of flags to indicate the winner. Bow and walk off backwards without looking behind you, bow once again at the edge of the competition area and walk away smartly. Kumite On the announcement of your name. Respond with a loud oss and walk smartly to the edge of the fighting area, in line with your starting position. At the command of the referee, bow at the edge of the competition area and walk proudly to your starting position.

At the end of the match, bow to your opponent and walk off, it is not a Japanese custom to shake hands, however, if your opponent wishes to do so, respond accordingly. Important points to remember when grading 1.

Administration Make sure that all fees, i. It is essential that both the participants name, date of birth and the present years registration stamp have been correctly entered in the participants Shotokan Karate membership book.

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Always arrive with plenty of time to spare before the grading examination, to ensure the grading form has been completed and grading fees paid. If late No grading!! After a successful kyu grading, an official national kyu certificate must be presented to the participant at no extra charge.

Dress A clean white, uncreased karate do gi, with a Shotokan Karate gi badge sewn on the left hand side of the do-gi jacket. The first name to be printed on the left side of your karate do-gi printed down along the seam. Attitude A serious attitude must be held at all times during the grading.

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When addressed by a senior especially the grading panel , respond with a loud oss, followed by a quick courteous bow, instructions should be executed as quickly as possible. While grading never be distracted, it is essential that a grading is performed with one hundred per cent effort; nothing less is acceptable.

The name translates to "to restore calm" or "to establish peace". The final moves of this Kata are supposed to represent the ocean waves disappearing into the dry sand on the beach just as your enemies would vanish before you if you master these techniques.

The name means "ten hands". If you master this Kata, your enemies will feel as though you had ten hands. The Kata was names after him hence its Okinawan name of "Wanshu". This translates to "excellent or incredible arms" and perhaps this explains the lovely hand techniques this Kata contains. It is named after the third Chinese Zen Patriarch but the name Hangetsu, given to it by Master Funakoshi, means "half moon" - a description of the stance. This Kata is supposed to demonstrate the power of "Ki" and the name means "to overcome using power" of Ki.

Where he trained is not known but the strong Chinese influences in this Kata suggest it was certainly in Mainland China. The name used on Okinawa is "Unshou" and it means "cloud defence" - even if your enemies surround you like a cloud, you will surely defeat them if you master Unsu. The name translates to "the twenty four steps". The form they are taken from is called "Kaisan". The old name was "Neseishi". The name on Okinawa was "Useishi" but this was changed to Gojushiho - "the fifty four steps".

The Gojushiho Kata we know and practise today are as follows There is even a Japanese legend concerning Ameratsu, the Sun Goddess. It appears Ameratsu lost her mirror and could not admire herself and so went into a sulk. The world therefore, was in darkness.

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At last the other Gods decided something must be done so they sent a great warrior to perform a "war dance" outside her cave. Hearing the noise, Ameratsu became curious and came out of the cave. The "war dance" was reputed to be Meikyo. Meikyo translates to "mirror of the soul". The old name for Meikyo was Rohai and this is now coming back into use. The old name was Wanduan and the name translates to "sword arm". Sanbon gyaku zuki chudan, jodan, chudan Age uke gyaku zuki Soto uke ude uke gyaku zuki Uchi uke gyaku zuki Spinning gyakau zuki.

Karate-ka to demonstrate each technique 4 times - own count Age discretion - examiner to count each technique to be demonstrated 4 times Kihon From zenkutsu dachi gedan barai 1 2 3 4 5 6. Karate-ka to demonstrate each technique 4 times - own count Kihon From zenkutsu dachi gedan barai 1 2 3 4 5 6.

Kata Heian Go-dan Kumite Kihon ippon kumite 1 time attack and defence Jodan x1 Chudan x1 Mae geri x1 Mawashi geri x1 Yoko geri kekomi x 1 Left and right hand side examiners choice Counters must be a zuki or uchi or keri The same counter may not be demonstrated twice in a row.

Same as 5 to 4 kyu on page 13 ,plus turning technique as described on page 25 Kata Tekki Sho-dan Kumite Kihon ippon kumite: Jodan Chudan Mae geri Mawashi geri Yoko geri kekomi. Right hand side only Different block and counter to be demonstrated on each attack the number system The same counter may not be demonstrated twice in a row.

Same as 5 to 4 kyu on page 13, plus turning technique as described on page 25 Kata Tekki Sho-dan Kumite Kihon ippon kumite: Left and right hand side examiners choice Different block and counter to be demonstrated on each attack the number system The same counter may not be demonstrated twice in a row.

Same as 5 to 4 kyu on page 13, plus turning technique as described on page 25 Kata Jion Kumite Kihon ippon kumite: Different block and counter to be demonstrated on each attack the number system The same counter may not be demonstrated twice in a row. Kumite Jiyu Ippon Kumite: Kata Tekki Sho-dan Kumite Kihon Ippon Kumite 1 time attack and defence Jodan x2 Chudan x2 Mae geri x2 Mawashi geri x2 Yoko geri kekomi x 2 Left and right hand side examiners choice Counters must be a zuki or uchi or keri The same counter may not be demonstrated twice in a row.

Mawashi geri, gyaku zuki no step through Mae geri, step through oi zuki, gyaku zuki Mae geri, mawashi geri switching legs. Kumite Jiyu ippon kumite Free 1 time attack and defence Jodan x2 Chudan x2 Mae geri x2 Mawashi geri x2 Yoko geri kekomi x 2 Ushiro geri x2 Kizami zuki x2 Gyku zuki x2 Counters must be a zuki or uchi or keri The same counter may not be demonstrated twice in a row.

Karate-ka to demonstrate each technique 5 times - own count Kihon From zenkutsu dachi gedan barai 1 2 3 4 5. Soto uke, empi in kiba dachi to the side, spinning uraken, gyaku zuki in zenkutsu dachi Uchi uke, kizami zuki, gyaku zuki, mawashi enpi. Change stance to zenkutsu dachi gedan barai Karate-ka to demonstrate each technique 3 times - own count 7 8. Counters must be a zuki, uchi and keri The same counter may not be demonstrated twice in a row. Sanbon oi zuki gyaku zuki spinning gyaku zuki Age uke, soto uke, gedan barai, uchi uke, mae geri gyakuzuki, all with the same hand Sanbon geri: Change stance to zenkutsu dachi facing the examiners table shomen Karate-ka to demonstrate each technique 3 times - own count 8.

This combination is to be demonstrated on the same leg and repeated on the other leg.

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Kata Sentei kata free kata. Karate-ka to demonstrate each technique 4 times - own count Kihon From fudo dachi gedan barai. Oi zuki, gyaku zuki forwards,pviot 45 degrees to the back with gyaku zuki , spinnng anti-clockwise with uraken and gyaku zuki Oi zuki, forward, shift back gedan barai same hand and gyaku zuki. Change to zenkutsu dachi gedan barai facing the examiners table shomen Karate-ka to demonstrate each technique 3 times - own count.

Karate-ka to demonstrate each technique 3 times - own count Kihon From neko ashi-dachi 1.

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Forward turn gedan barai with your right hand and punch gyaku zuki with your left hand kiai Repeat the above sequence which is the mirror image of the above. Striped grading system for tiny tots and slow learning juniors The striped grading system is for junior karate-ka only The striped grading system must be used by grading officials with care, understanding and discretion.

The purpose of this system is to ensure that juniors who begin karate as tiny tots can grade regularly and proceed through the grading system to arrive at junior black belt level, at an age where they do not have to wait too long before they are old enough to attempt the Sho-dan grade. The other purpose is to regulate juniors who are slow learners, by allowing them to grade slowly through the ranks. Kari grades are not part of the Shotokan Karate system!!

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Jump to Page. Search inside document. Kata On the announcement of your name. Bow neatly and proceed proudly to your starting position. At the starting position bow once again and take on the yoi position. Announce your kata with as much emphasis as possible. Kumite On the announcement of your name.

On hajime shift forward, ending in kamae with a loud kiai. Never bow on hajime. Never query a judges decision leave all the queries up to your manager.

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