JAPANESE KARATE

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JAPANESE KARATE
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All karate shotokan techniques and Stances

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Shotokan Karate Techniques

Usually divided into three parts: Kihon (basics), kata (forms or patterns of moves), and kumite (sparring). Featuring techniques in kihon and kata of positions, which provide deep long stability, enable powerful movements, and strengthen the legs. The often Shotokan shroud military 'hard' and 'foreign' because it teaches it that way for beginners and colored belts to develop strong basic techniques and attitudes. And showed the strength and power in the beginning instead of suggestions slower, smoother. Those who progress to the level of brown and black belt develop a more fluid style which includes grappling and some of the techniques such as Aikido, which can be found in the black belt kata. Kumite techniques reflect these attitudes and actions on a basic level, but less structured, with a focus instead on speed and efficiency.

Full List of All Karate Shotokan techniques

karate shotokan techniquesList sorted by Organ Association and the type of technique:

Positions and Stances ,basic stances in japanese means (Dachi Waza)

Voodoo Daci: the position of the roots

hachiji Daci: natural position

Daci hangetsu: Half Moon position

heisoku Daci: the position of the official attention

Kiba Dachi: the position of the horse / side position

kokutsu Daci: Back position

Kosa Dachi: squat position

Nico Dachi Ashi: the position of the cat

Daci renoji: L-position (for example in the kata, Heian godan)

sanchin Daci: Hourglass position

katashi Daci: crane, such as the position (for example in ENPPI kata)

tsuru Ashi Dachi: Parking (for example in Kata Gankaku)

zenkutsu Daci: Front position

Daci Yu: basic position

musubi Daci: all the toe joint and feet together in front of 45. The Ohio State University

Preparatory positions

Kochi gamae: hip preparatory position

Manji gamae: "Manji (卍)" preparatory position in the form of one arm raised above and behind the head with the other arm low block in front of the body (for example, in the kata, Heian godan)

Manji uke: "Manji (卍)" in the form of block

ryoken Kochi gamae: The weak position of the hip preparations (for example in the kata, Heian sandan)

Morote Coco gamae: The weak position of the preparatory hand (for example in the kata, ENPI)

Ban and Blocking techniques ,block tern in japanese is (Uke - waza)

Using the arms as weapons

Age uke: high mass

empi uke: elbow block (for example in the kata, Heian sandan)

gedan barai: low mass range

gedan Morote barai: twice the mass of low range (usually when he goes to Kiba Dachi)

haiwan uke: block box side (for example in the kata, Heian nidan)

juji uke: X block

kaisho uke Age: Open palm block high

kaisho haiwan uke: knife hand block side box (for example in the kata, Heian yondan)

kaisho juji uke: Open palm X block (for example in the kata, Heian godan)

kakiwake uke: floating X block (for example in the kata, Heian yondan)

Morote uke: twice the mass of the forearm (for example in the kata, Heian sandan)

Ngachi uke: rising palm sweep block (for example in the kata, Tekki shodan)

osae uke: palm block

otoshi uke: forearm drop block

shuto uke Age: high knife hand block

shuto gedan barai: knife hand block low and wide

shuto uke: Hand knife block

shuto livestock uke (block with knife hand locomotives)

Uke Soto: forearm block outside

sukui uke: block suction

Tate shuto uke: half knife hand block

Te osae uke: Drop block palm

Ogi Audi uke: inside forearm block

Ogi the uke: Out of mid-level block

gyako Ogi the uke: Reverse outside a mid-level (eg in the kata, Heian nidan)

Audi barai: Unlike large block forearm

Kami tsukami: grab hair (for example in the kata, ENPI)

usiro gedan barai: low mass range back (for example in the kata, ENPI)

Using legs

ashikubi Kaka the uke: Block ankle installation

Mika uke Jerry zuki: Crescent kick block (for example in the kata, Heian godan)

Nami Ashi, and is also known as Nami gaeshi: wave station biting block (for example in the kata, Tekki shodan)

sokutei osae uke: block only urgent

sokuto osae uke: block footedge Pressure

Striking techniques ,it called in japanese (Ogi - waza)

Omar empi: high elbow strike

Omar Tsuki: high punch

Choku zuki: straight punch

chudan JUKI (originally, "Tsuki"): mid-level punch

Empi Uchi: elbow strike

Gyaku zuki: reverse punch

HAISHU Ogi: Back hand strike

Haito Ogi: Ridge hand strike

Hisami zuki: scissor kick

June Zuki: Punch "jab" by the front, differs from Zuki Kizami in this square shoulders

Kagi zuki: hook punch

Kizami zuki: prick punch (such as 'Punch')

Mai livestock empi Ogi: the sterile side elbow strike (for example in the kata, Heian yondan)

Livestock empi: Hawk elbow strike

Morote zuki: double punch (for example in the kata, Tekki shodan)

Nakadaka Ippon Ken: One fist detailed

Nukite: Spear direct hit

Oi zuki: enhancing punch

Shuto Uchi: strike Knifehand

Shuto Yoko Ghanmen Ogi (knife direct blow to the head)

Shuto sakotsu uchikomi (direct leadership of the shear knife)

Shuto sakotsu Ogi (knife direct blow to the collarbone)

Shuto hizo Ogi (knife direct blow to the spleen)

Shuto Jodan Ogi Ogi (inside hand the knife to the neck)

Sokumen empi Ogi: sterile elbow strike (for example in the kata, Tekki shodan)

Tate zuki: half reverse punch, with vertical grip

Teisho Furik Ogi: Side palm heel strike

Teisho Ogi: Palm heel strike

Tettsui: grip hammer blow

Tettsui Hasamy Ogi: grip hammer blow scissors

Tettsui Yoko Uchi (down strike to grip side)

Uraken Ogi: strike Backfist

Uraken livestock Ogi (backfist circular blow to the head)

Uraken sayu: Ghanmen Ogi (backfist blow to the side)

Uraken hizo Ogi (backfist blow to the spleen)

Eat Ushiro empi (elbow blow to the back)

Aura zuki: punch short closure, with inverted grip, similar in nature to 'punch'

Ushiro empi: Back elbow strike

Yama zuki ("Mount punch"): a fist blow double wide (for example in the kata, Bassai Dai and Wankan)

Awase zuke: Narrow double fist strike

Yoko empi: side elbow strike

Yoko tettsui: hammer grip side blow (for example in the kata, Heian Nidan)

Gyaku age zuki: reverse punch height (for example in the kata, ENPI)

Kicking techniques (Jerry - waza)

barai Ashi: foot sweep

Fumikomi: stomp kick

Hiza Jerry: knee blow

Kick in the groin, such as front kick, but with the feet: kin Jerry

Mai Mai Jerry Ashi, and is also known as choku Jerry: Front kick with the front leg

May Jerry livestock Ashi: front kick tugs with front leg

May Jerry: Front kick

May Jerry Hiza: Front kick knee

Ren Jerry May -: double front kick (= weak Mai Jerry)

May Toby Jerry: front kick plane Livestock Jerry: kick locomotives Livestock Jerry hiza: circular kick knee Mikazuki Jerry: Crescent kick Nidan Toby Jerry: double front kick jump Tatsumaki senpuukyaku: Hurricane Tornado kick Toby Jerry: Jump kick Toby hiza Jerry: Jumping knee kick Toby livestock Jerry ushiro: jumping kick locomotives reverse ORA livestock Jerry: High kick locomotives at home, and is also known as Hawk kick Ushiro Jerry: kick back Ushiro livestock Jerry: Reverse kick locomotives Ushiro kekomi: Back side thrust kick Otoshi livestock Jerry: circular kick fall Yoko Jerry keage: side kick early Yoko Jerry kekomi: side thrust kick Yoko Jerry Toby: jumping side kick

Karate Shotokan techniques is missing many real techniques

1. Most Karate moves are self-referral.

2. The element of real surprise is absent.

3. ground fighting can’t be ignored, Karate shotokan techniques not have such techniques.

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