Dojo Samurai Puerto Montt - JKA Chile

"El último objetivo del arte del karate no reside en la victoria ó en la derrota, sino en el perfeccionamiento del caracter de sus participantes"

Gichin Funakoshi
Maestro Padre del Karate-Do

Programa de Estudio

10thKyu

【KIHON】In place basics in SHIZEN TAI
1. CHUUDAN CHOKUZUKI
2. JOUDAN AGEUKE
3. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE
4. GEDAN BARAI
5. MAEGERI (HEISOKU DACHI, GEDAN KAKIWAKE)
* “GOREI” command (From right side in turn for each Waza)

9thKyu

【KIHON】In place basics in SHIZEN TAI to ZENKUTSU DACHI and back to SHIZEN TAI
1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI
2. JOUDAN AGEUKE
3. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE,
4. MAEGERI (ZENKUTSUDACHI, GEDAN KAKIWAKE)
* “GOREI” command (From right side two action in turn for each WAZA)

8thKyu

【KIHON】IDOU KIHON Moving basics
1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
2. JOUDAN AGEUKE (step in)
3. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE (step in)
4. GEDAN BARAI (step in)
5. KOKUTSU SHUTOU UKE (step in)
6. MAEGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE) (step in)
7. YOKOGERI KEAGE (in HEISOKU DACHI, right and left 2 times each)
【KATA】 TAIKYOKU SHOUDAN
【KUMITE】 GOHON KUMITE (JOUDAN JUNZUKI, CHUUDAN JUNZUKI)

7thKyu

【KIHON】IDOU KIHON Moving basics
1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
2. JOUDAN AGEUKE (step back)
3. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE (step in)
4. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE (step back)
5. KOUKUTSU SHUTOU UKE (step in)
6. MAEGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE) (step in)
7. YOKOGERI KEAGE (in KIBA DACHI, stepping in, right and left)
【KATA】 HEIAN SHODAN
【KUMITE】 GOHON KUMITE (JOUDAN JUNZUKI, CHUUDAN JUNZUKI)

6thKyu

【KIHON】 IDO KIHON Moving basics
1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
2. JOUDAN AGEUKE (step back)
3. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE (step in)
4. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE (step back)
5. KOUKUTSU SHUTOU UKE (step in)
6. MAEGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE) (step in)
7. YOKOGERI KEAGE (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)
8. YOKOGERI KEKOMI (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)
【KATA】 HEIAN NIDAN
【KUMITE】 KIHON IPPON KUMITE (JOUDAN JUNZUKI – right and left, CHUUDAN JUNZUKI – right and left)

5thKyu

【KIHON】 IDO KIHON Moving basics
1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
2. JOUDAN AGEUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
3. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step in)
4. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE, CHUUDAN GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
5. KOUKUTSU SHUTOU UKE (step in)
6. MAEGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE) (step in)
7. YOKOGERI KEAGE (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)
8. YOKOGERI KEKOMI (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)
【KATA】 HEIAN SANDAN
【KUMITE】 KIHON IPPON KUMITE (JOUDAN JUNZUKI – right and left, CHUUDAN JUNZUKI – right and left, CHUUDAN MAEGERI – right and left, GEDAN KAKIWAKE – right and left)

4thKyu

【KIHON】 IDO KIHON Moving basics
1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
2. JOUDAN AGEUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
3. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step in)
4. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
5. KOUKUTSU SHUTOU UKE, ZENKUTSU NUKITE (step in)
6. MAEGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE) (step in)
7. YOKOGERI KEAGE (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)
8. YOKOGERI KEKOMI (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)
【KATA】 HEIAN YONDAN
【KUMITE】 KIHON IPPON KUMITE (JOUDAN JUNZUKI – right and left, CHUUDAN JUNZUKI – right and left, CHUUDAN MAEGERI GEDAN KAKIWAKE – right and left, CHUUDAN YOKOGERI KEKOMI – right and left)

3rdKyu

【KIHON】 IDO KIHON Moving basics
1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
2. JOUDAN AGEUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
3. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE, GYAKUZUKI (step in)
4. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
5. KOUKUTSU SHUTOU UKE, ZENKUTSU NUKITE (step in)
6. MAEREGI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE) (step in)
7. REN GERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE CHUUDAN, JOUDAN) (step in)
8. MAWASHIGERI
9. YOKOGERI KEAGE (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)
10. YOKOGERI KEKOMI (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)
【KATA】 HEIAN GODAN
【KUMITE】 KIHON IPPON KUMITE (JOUDAN JUNZUKI – right and left, CHUUDAN JUNZUKI – right and left, CHUDAN MAEGERI GEDAN KAKIWAKE – right and left, CHUDAN YOKOGERI KEKOMI – right and left)

2ndKyu

【KIHON】 IDO KIHON Moving basics
1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
2. JOUDAN AGEUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
3. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE in ZENKUTSU DACHI, changing stance to KIBA DACHI, YOKO ENPI, YOKO URAKEN UCHI (step in)
4. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
5. KOUKUTSU SHUTOU UKE, ZENKUTSU NUKITE (step in)
6. MAEGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE) (step in)
7. REN GERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE, CHUUDAN, JOUDAN) (step in)
8. MAWASHI GERI (step in)
9. YOKOGERI KEAGE (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)
10. YOKOGERI KEKOMI (in ZENKUTSUDATI) (step in)
【KATA】 TEKKI SHODAN
【KUMITE】 JIYUU IPPON KUMITE (JODAN JUNZUKI, CHUUDAN JUNZUKI, CHUUDAN MAEGERI, CHUUDAN YOKOGERI KEKOMI right)

1stKyu

【KIHON】 IDO KIHON Moving basics
1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
2. SANBON RENZUKI (step in)
3. JOUDAN AGEUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
4. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE, YOKO ENPI, YOKO URAKEN UCHI (ZENKUTSU DACHI changing stance to KIBA DACHI) (step in)
5. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
6. KOUKUTSU SHUTOU UKE, ZENKUTSU NUKITE (step in)
7. MAEGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE) (step in)
8. RENGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE CHUUDAN, JOUDAN) (step in)
9. MAWASHIGERI (step in)
10. YOKOGERI KEAGE (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)
11. YOKOGERI KEKOMI (ZENKUTSUDACHI) (step in)
【KATA】 BASSAI DAI, KANKU DAI, ENPI or JION (your choice)
【KUMITE】 JIYU IPPON KUMITE (JOUDAN JUNZUKI, CHUUDAN JUNZUKI, CHUUDAN MAEGERI, CHUUDAN YOKOGERI KEKOMI, JOUDAN MAWASHIGERI) right
* Inform your choice of JOUDAN or CHUUDAN for MAWASHIGERI

1stDan

【KIHON】 IDO KIHON Moving basics
1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
2. SANBON RENZUKI (step in)
3. JOUDAN AGEUKE, GYAKUZUKI (step back)
4. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE, YOKOENPI, YOKOURA KENUCHI, GYAKUZUKI (ZENKUTSU DACHI changing stance to KIBA DACHI changing stance to ZENKUTSUDACHI) (step in)
5. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE, KIZAMI ZUKI, GYAKUZUKI (step back)
6. KOUKUTSU SHUTOU UKE, ZENKUTSU NUKITE (step in)
7. MAEGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE) (step in)
8. RENGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE CHUUDAN, JOUDAN) (step in)
9. MAWASHIGERI (step in)
10. YOKOGERI KEAGE (KIBADACHI – right and left) (step in)
11. YOKOGERI KEKOMI (ZENKUTSUDACHI)
【KATA】 BASSAI DAI, KANKU DAI, ENPI or JION (your choice)
【KUMITE】 JIYU IPPON KUMITE (right JOUDAN JUNZUKI, right CHUUDAN JUNZUKI, right CHUUDAN MAEGERI, right CHUUDAN YOKOGERI KEKOMI, right CHUUDAN MAWASHI GERI – one side only)
* Inform your choice of JOUDAN or CHUUDAN for MAWASHIGERI

Gichin Funakoshi. Maestro Padre del Karate-Do

Gichin Funakoshi. Maestro Padre del Karate-Do
" El objetivo del Karate es forjar un espíritu sano en un cuerpo victorioso. Más que un simple deporte el Karate, a travéz de su práctica , es una manera de ver la vida, de sentila y apreciarla. Lo ideal es que el Karateka haga de su vida un inmenso dojo, en el que cada "golpe" tiene una razón que permita realizarse y progresar".

DOJO KUN, por MASATOSHI NAKAYAMA SENSEI

DOJO KUN, por MASATOSHI NAKAYAMA SENSEI