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Grading System For 9 KYU (ORANGE)

(Grading Paper provided by Sensei Pete for information)

KIHON (BASIC MOVES)

Unless stated otherwise, all kihon moves are:
5 steps forward turn and 5 steps forward (3 steps for juniors)
All Zenkututsu-Dachi unless stated (Front Stance]      

Oi-zuki jodan                                                                                    Stepping Punch
Oi-zuki chudan                                                                                            #
Age-uke                                                                                             Block
Soto-uke                                                                                                        #
Uchi-uke                                                                                            #
Gedan-Barai                                                                                                 #                                                                                              


Shuto-uke in Kokutsu-Dachi                                                         Back Stance
Mae-Geri Jodan from Zenkutsu-Dachi                                        Front Kick

Mae-Geri Chudan from Zenkutsu-Dachi                                                 #

Yoko-Geri-Kekomi Jodan from Zenkutsu-Dachi                        Side Kick           

Yoko-Geri-Kekomi Chudan from Zenkutsu-Dachi                                 #
Keage Jodan from Kiba-Dachi                                          Side Snap Kick
Keage Chudan from Kiba-Dachi                                                               #

GOHON KUMITE ( BASIC 5 STEP SPARRING)        

Attack

Defence

Jodan

Age-uke

Chudan

Soto-uke

Mae-Geri 

Gedan-Barai

           

This syllabus is intended as a guide only and to assist with personal training.  In a grading the order of the techniques may be changed as may the combinations themselves.

Kumite from any previous grading should be expected to be performed thus ensuring continued practice.

N.B. Remember the attitude, etiquette, manners and above all the spirit displayed by the student whilst grading is as important as the techniques and combinations themselves.

Chief Instructor  Pete Ratcliff

By Nick Armbrister

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