The Kihon Geiko presented here is not an official of any Kyokushin Organization it is only a basic representation of what we learn in our school. The grading. Kihon Terminology. Wednesday, 02 June Erick Torossian. E-mail · Print · PDF. Kyokushin Karate Terminology – KIHON (Basic Techniques). Hi everybody, finally after 7 years of browsing forums I joined sherdog family. So greetings! When I was 10 I trained shotokan karate for 2 years.

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Kyokushin Kata are often categorized as “Northern Kata” or “Southern Kata,” based upon their origin and development. The Southern Kata include: Focusing on keeping your center and not raising up or moving with your chest.

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Kihon – The Alphabet of Kyokushin Karate

I agree with you that the base of karate lies in kihon and kata. Exasperated, but driven to perfect it, knowing there is no perfection.

When we follow up with gyaku tsuki, at the end of this movement we end up with the hips squared facing forward. DoctorTacoKykushin 10, The goal is to drill technique and master mechanics.

Geri Waza Foot or Mihon Techniques. Because you practiced Shotokan when you were 10 years old and karate tends to be taught in two phases–the first being the part where you learn techniques and work for perfect form, and the second being the part where you kihoon learn how to apply all of that–which means that, in all likelihood, you were kyokudhin actually taught how to apply any of your kihon beyond the obvious ways of using them, and even if you were you probably wouldn’t remember by now or wouldn’t have understood it at the time, anyway.


I like Kyokushin very mutch, just need this little extra push over my concerns. The purpose of a front stance includes showig direct power forward by stepping, or in a static position attempting to mimic the mass of a stepping punch by trading it for hip torque and rear leg thrust. A record that still stands.

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Learn how your comment data is processed. I am most grateful for the information provided. I live for this art. In the case of a left block against a right attack the right leg would shoot back with the heel being planted firmly on the ground.

Strong, persistent effort directed at our problems will bring us good fortune.

The internal organs, the blood circulation and the nervous system. Sometimes we would practice it. Fudo dachi — Immobile stance Yoi daichi Shizen tai — Ready stance Musubi dachi — Formal attention stance Heiko dachi — Parallel stance Soto hachiji dachi — Outside figure 8 stance Uchi hachiji dachi — Inside figure 8 stance Sanchin dachi — Three battles stance, three point stance, hour glass stance, etc.

Getting lost within the turns, looking to the higher ranks to find my place and keep up. Meditation in motion, mind like water. I know it’s in russian, but I think ikhon will give you the idea that nothing in kyokushin is pointless.

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No, create an account now. Robert, thank you for taking the time to read my blog and leaving your comment. We form the triangle with our hands, and we lean back and stare through it toward the universe and the rising sun. Of course hip action is involved here and should be taught and stressed throughout. Thanks for the great work you have done uploading all these valuable material.

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I get lost in it sometimes, and forget about time.

Kihon Book – Kyokushin UK

This is where the kyokushij of hanmi and hip movement are explained to mihon the coordination of these movements. The power of a technique derives from the proper balance between strength and relaxation. Why do I say this? The importance of what is taught here is the basis for understanding other stances to come. That is probably why we have ido geiko.

The Tempo fast – slow of the Techniques. Also, means taking the overview, the large view. Even though the stance is higher and the back leg pushes through the ball of the foot is resembles zenkutsu dachi.

We also do some kata.

Since I knew Kyokushin, the transition was easy. There may have been a link between the name and the original form of this Kata, and the number 54 has close links to Buddhist philosophy. Kata teaches strength through motion and the utilization of combinations, mobility and fluidity. You must log in or sign up to reply here. I have done some research on my own and it is very foggy and generic.