This kumite exercise consists of three gyaku zuki (reverse punch) attacks, with 3 simultaneous block/reverse punch counters. This is a great shotokan exercise for timing. Start slowly, then gradually pick up the speed, until the attacker can add in dummy and feigns before the attacks are launched (see video below). It takes great timing and […]
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Modern students of karate display their rank by a system of different colored belts, or obi. As students advance in their training, they swap out their previous belt for one of a new color to signify their progress. Each karate style has its own ranking system and within those are variations between organizations and even individual dojo. However, there are some general rules one can learn to get a better idea of what a particular karate belt may mean.
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