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  SYLLABUS 11/21/2017 8:07am (UTC)
   
 
 
 
 

Grading

 
 
 

Colour belt grading is conducted approximately 3 times a year. Students who are deemed to have attained the required level of proficiency by their Senseis will be encouraged to test. Once brown belt has been attained there is a requirement to train for at least 1 year before applying for black belt testing as well as an obligation to attend at least one of the 2 black belt/brown belt workshops held each year.

 

BELT LEVEL REQUIREMENTS (in addition to the mandatory basic katas and kumite)

 
 

Belt Level

Kata

Orange

Pinan Nidan

Green

Pinan Sandan

Blue

Pinan Shodan

Brown

Pinan Yondan

Shodan

Bassai-Dai
Sanchin, Pinan Godan, Jitte, Jiin, Jion

Nidan

Bassai-Dai, Seiinchin
Matsumorarohai, Itosurohai-Shodan, Naifanchin-Shodan, Tensho Kusanku-Dai

Sandan

Bassai-Dai, Seiinchin
Wankan, Kusanku-Sho, Bassai-Sho, Naifanchin-Nidan, Itosurohai-Nidan, Saifa

Yondan

Bassai-Dai, Seiinchin
Shiho-Koshokun, Chinte, Niseishi Naifanchin-Sandan, Seishan

Godan

Bassai-Dai, Seiinchin
Wanshu, Goju-Shiho, Chinto Sochin, Seipai







Syllabus :

Belt Levels or Kyu in Karate-Do Shito Ryu

 

 

Yellow Belt (7 Kyu)

Senior Yellow Belt (6 Kyu)

Junior Green Belt (5 Kyu)

Senior Green Belt (4 Kyu)

Junior Brown Belt (3Kyu)

Senior Brown Belt (2 Kyu)

Senior Most Brown Belt (1 Kyu)

Blcak Belt Sho Dan

 

 

KARATE-DO SYLLABUS AS PER THE ORGANIZATION
Stances (Dachi)

 

 

Heisoku Dachi

Feet together, close toe stance

Musubi Dachi

Feet together, open toe stance

Haiko Dachi

Parallel stance

Uchihachiji achi

Haiko Dachi toe inward

Sotohachiji Dachi

Haiko Dachi toe outward

Shiko Dachi

Square stance (sitting on Horse stance toe outward)

Moto Dachi

Forward parallel stance

Zenkutsu Dachi

Forward  long stance

Kokutsu Dachi

Back stance

Nekoashi Dachi

Cat stance

Renoji Dachi

L stance, heel on one line

Kosa Dachi

Crossed leg stance

Sanchin Dachi

Uchihachiji Dachi one step forward

Fudo Dachi

Forward parallel stance

 

 

Kicks (Geri)

 

 

Hiza Geri

Round Hose Knee

Mai Hiza

Front Knee attack

Tobi Hiza

Jump Knee attack

Ken Sokuto Geri

Side, knife edge, lower area (knee level) kick

Mawashi Geri

Roundhouse, instep, middle area kick

Mika Zuki Geri

Crescent Kick

Ura Mawashi

Half Round (hook)

Tobi Ura Mawashi

Jump Half Round

Ushiro Ura Mawashi

Back Round (hook)

Tobi Ushiro Ura Mawashi

Jump Spinning Round (hook)

Yoko Geri

Side, knife edge, middle area kick

Tobi Yoko Geri

Jumping Side Kick

Mai Geri

Front Kick

Tobi Mai Geri

Jumping Front Kick

Ushiro Geri

Back Thrust

Tobi Ushiro Geri

Jumping Back Thrust

Mai- Mawashi

Front and roundhouse kick.

 

 

Blocks (Uke)

 

 

Jodan Age Uke

Rising block

Jodan Uke

Upper Block

Yoko Uchi

Forearm inward block

Soto Uke

forearm outward block

Wa Uke

Two arm circle block

Kosa Uke

Crossed arms block

Kote Uke

Back of hand block

Ko Uke

Wrist block

Kake Uke

Inside out, circle block with knife edge of hand

Yoko Uke

Forearm outward side block

Harai Uke

Middle area downward

Shotei Barai

Palm heel block

Hiji Uke

Elbow block

Shuto Uke

Sword hand block

Gedan Barai

Downward block (when standing)

 

 

Hand Techniques (Tsuki / Uchi )

 

 

Seiken Tsuki

Spear hand

Jodan Tsuki

Upper Punch

Chudan Tsuki

Middle Punch

Gidan Tsuki

Down Punch

Nidan Tsuki

Double Punch

Sambon Tsuki

Triple Punch

Tateken Tsuki

Fore fist thrust

Uraken Tsuki

Vertical fore fist thrust

Hiraken Tsuki

Inverted fore fist thrust

Morote Tsuki

Four knuckle thrust (leopard punch)

Age Tsuki

Two arm, two level thrust

Furi Tsuki

Rising thrust

Wa Zsuki

Round house thrust

Ipponken

Two arm, horizontal circle thrust

Nukite

One knuckle thrust

Shuto Uchi

Sword hand (knife  edge) strike

Kentsui Uchi

Bottom fist strike (hammer fist)

Uraken Uchi

Back knuckle strike

Urashuto

Inverted sword hand (ridge hand)

Hijiate

Elbow smash

 

 

 TENSHIN HAPPA (Eight Directions of Response)

 

 

One

Hidari Yoko

Right

Two

 Migi Yoko

Left

Three

Hidari Ushiro Naname

Back Right

Four

Migh Ushiro Naname

Back Left

Five

Ushiro

Back

Six

Hidari Mai Naname

Right Front

Seven

Migi Mai Naname

Left Front

Eight

Mae

Front

 

 

KATAS

 

Sai Itch Dosa

Sai Ni Dosa

Sai San Dosa

Sai Yon Dosa

Kata of the People, Basic

Junino

Kata of the People, Basic

Pinan Shodan

Pinan Nidan

Pinan Sandan

Pinan Yondan

Pinan Godan

 Peaceful Mind

"Peace & Harmony"

 

 

 Advanced Katas

More Katas can be practiced in order to participate in the kata championships.

 

 

Giksai Itch

attack and smash the enemy

Giksai Ni

attack and smash the enemy

WanShu

Flying swallow/ Strong Arm / Dragon Boy.

WanKan

Kings Crown

Naifanchin Shodan

hold your ground / Sideways fighting

Rohai Shodan

White heron/ vision of a crane / Crane on a rock

Bassai Dai

Breaking through the Fortress

Bassai Sho

To penetrate a fortress

Jurukyu / Shiveryu

16 hands

Kuskun Dai

viewing the sky

Sinpa

New break or tear

Sanchin

"Three Battles". mind, body, spirit

Sai Fa

Final breaking point

SeiPai

18 Hands /  Dragon Kata

Sienchin

The Calm within the Storm

Jin

sound

Jitte

hands

Jion

Temple

Seisan

Thirteen hands

Nei Pai Po

A White Crane

Gojushiho

54 Techniques

Suparimpei

108 moves

Sinseryu

36 hands

 

 

Traditional Karate.
Jiyu Kumite (Self Defense/ Real life defense / Unarmed Combat UAC)
Sports Karate
Shitei Katas (minimum Two Respective to the style Practiced)
WKF Rules Kumite
WKF Rules Kata

 
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