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OFFICIAL MANUAL OF THE ALL-AMERICAN SOCIETY OF KARATE. All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise.
The ALL-American Society of Karate
Greg Beaver conceived the All-American Society of Karate in 1983. The A.S.K. is an association designed to teach American Karate in a positive ever-changing system. New ideas and fresh approaches to the art, sport, and self-defense aspects of karate are constantly being added to the system. In addition, its objectives are to run fair and unbiased tournaments, to organize karate camps, and to expand the students' knowledge with various seminars as well as to enable the student to positively accept and meet whatever challenges they may encounter during their training. Its goal is not necessarily to be the largest, but to be the best.
ALL-AMERICAN SOCIETY OF KARATE AND AUSTIN SOCIETY OF KARATE GOAL
"TO BE THE BEST"
"Power of Commitment, Strength of Character"
AUSTIN SOCIETY OF KARATE MOTTO
ALL-AMERICAN SOCIETY OF KARATE MOTTO
"GO FOR IT!"
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Equipment Needed ....................................... 4 Senior Karate Requirements .......................... 5 All-American Karate Seniors .......................... 6 Karate Class Assistant's Guide ....................... 7 All American Society of Karate Camp .............. 9 Fly Sheet .................................................... 10 Proper Respect to Instructors......................... 11 Martial Arts Questions................................... 13 Vital Points of the Body ................................. 15 Sparring ..................................................... 16 Katas ......................................................... 19 H - Form #1 ................................................ 20 To-San ....................................................... 21 Hein 4 ........................................................ 22 Hwa Rang ................................................... 23 Tekkie 1 ..................................................... 24 Self Defense................................................ 25 Yellow Belt Self Defense................................ 26 Orange Belt Self Defense .............................. 27 Green Belt Self Defense ................................ 28 Blue Belt Self Defense .................................. 29 Purple Belt Self Defense ................................ 30 YELLOW BELT TEST ...................................... 31 ORANGE BELT TEST...................................... 32 GREEN BELT TEST ........................................ 33 BLUE BELT TEST .......................................... 34 PURPLE BELT TEST ....................................... 35
Hand. & Kata Scoring System See your instructor to obtain these items 4 . & Head Gear Soft Focus Mitt Rubber Knife & Wooden Gun Stop Watch and Whistle Sparring Scoring System Kicking Shield. Foot. Red Sash.Equipment Needed White Belt Yellow Belt Orange Belt Green Belt Blue Belt Purple Belt Brown Belt Manual Mouth Piece.
? 5 ......Senior Karate Requirements Written Test 8th class 7th class 6th class 5th class 4th class 3rd class 2nd class 1st class Yellow Belt Orange Belt Green Belt Blue Belt Purple Belt Brown Belt Brown Belt Brown Belt Know the Fly Sheet Know all the History Section Know the General Section Know the Vital Points of the Body Know the Section of Sparring Know the whole book Design your own Kata Design your own Musical Kata Black Belt Every Above Plus ..........
Sir. and belt) is to be worn during class. The All-American Society of Karate has 7 levels of black belt. Miss. Karate Manual may be purchased form your instructor BY THE NEXT TIME YOU COME TO CLASS YOU SHOULD HAVE YOUR LAST NAME ON THE BACK OF YOUR UNIFORM IN 2" BLACK BLOCK LETTERS . Never wear your uniform to go shopping.All-American Karate Seniors (Ages 13-60) The style of karate you will study is called "American Karate. 4. Do not wear jewelry to class or chew gum in class. or Ma'am. Basic Karate Rules and Procedures Instructors are to be called: "Mr. etc. top. Uniform 1. play sports. 3.ONLY. No patches or markings.. except Instructor-approved." Requirements for the different belt levels are listed in this All-American Society of Karate manual. No talking or horseplay in class or before class starts. Before or after class." All instructors are to be addressed in this manner. Only white uniforms are to be worn. Always practice with safety and respect toward your instructors and classmates. Before going into class. you may wear your uniform pants with a T-shirt. Your karate uniform should always be kept clean and pressed. 2. Greg Beaver Director 5th Level Black Belt Director Austin Society of Karate 6 . which are depicted by the stars worn on the black belt patches. you must wear your belt and uniform pants. 1 star being the first level and 7 stars being the highest level. In order to wear your uniform top. on your uniform or belt. Wear your uniform during karate activities only. see your instructor and give him your class number. Your complete uniform (pants.
not to give information to students. This is especially important on the first night of a new session. show the children where to put their shoes. themselves or instructors as so the wrong info might not be given out. During the exercises. Make sure the children go to the restroom before class begins. While children do their techniques. If their parents are not in class waiting. go up and down your line.Karate Class Assistant's Guide All Adult students who wish to. or spectators about karate. Basic Duties: Arriving before class begins to find out what you are to do. walk up and down your line and help the children do their techniques. may help in assisting the Brown and Black Belts conduct the junior karate classes. 7 . If the kids get into a good habit early of having a good proper fighting stance. do not let the children run. (heels up against the wall) make sure their uniform and belt are tied properly and telling them where to sit. See your instructor for further info thanks again. Helpers should never be in front of the class. make sure the children are not wearing jewelry. everything else is easier. friends. will help greatly each night of class. Children should sign in to the head instructor before they sit down. and helping out in the junior classes is part of that process. and helping with techniques to name a few. Before or after class. Helping the children put on their uniform. Have your soft focus mitt with you at all times. While the kids are in a fighting stance make sure their hands are not backwards. that white through purple belts adults are there to assist. Once Class Starts: Make sure the kids are properly lined up on their tape. tying belts. There is a process in learning to teach karate. Job responsibilities consist of lining up kids. karate class. An assistant's job is to assist the Brown and Black Belts. It must be stressed. Assistants should stand on the side or back of class with eyes on the instructor watching instructions so they can help later. physically or verbally as quietly as possible. sit the kids down in the spectator area until their parents show up. parents. and help the children do their exercises. not to teach. Your help is greatly appreciated and needed. holding striking mits.
would I be satisfied with the caliber of instruction and instructors (and helpers) working with my child?" Above all . ALL QUESTIONS OTHER THAN WHERE THE RESTROOM IS AND HOW TO WEAR THE UNIFORM AND BELT SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO THE HEAD INSTRUCTOR. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DISCIPLINE A CHILD FOR ANY REASON.Ask questions.. DO NOT stand around with your arms folded. the kids will pick up on it.. ACT. BE ON TIME. If a child seems unable to understand something. REMEMBER THIS. or you give a negative attitude.DO NOT take a child to the side and attempt to teach them if they seem befuddled by a technique. 8 . Nothing gives the impression of not being interested more than folded arms. If your uniform is dirty and unpressed. Set a good example. DISCIPLINING IS LEFT UP TO THE CLASS HEAD INSTRUCTOR. BE RELIABLE. ALWAYS KEEP A GOOD ATTITUDE. LOOK.. Ask yourself this question. "If I were a parent in the stands watching my child. (It's also a good idea to keep a diary to jot down notes and questions after class). AND BE PROFESSIONAL.. SHOULD YOU FORGET ALL THE ABOVE AND BECOME BRAIN DEAD. after helping with the technique a few times. alert one of the instructors quietly and go on to the next child.
There are day and night trails through the woods. The self-defense exercises consist of training in gun. club. knife. Two camps are required for the rank of Brown. and multiple attack defenses. The camp is designed to place students in as real life street situation as possible without getting hurt. Only senior karate students may attend and participate in the activities of camp. once in April and once in October. and four are required to obtain a Black Belt.All American Society of Karate Camp Karate Camps Karate camps are held twice a year. One karate camp is required for students to earn their Blue Belts. The martial arts training consists of stick fighting and obstacle course contests. 9 . Camps are designed for 10% martial arts training and contests and 90% self defense exercises.
Karate is Ed Parker. and self-defense. sport. three degrees of Brown and Black.) Your last name should be placed on the back of your uniform top in two-inch black. They style of Karate that you study is American Karate. Karate is divided into art. It takes the average person 3 .5 years to obtain a Black Belt. Orange. Karate is a Japanese word that means empty hands. 10 . Do not chew gum during class. The father of U. Your karate uniform must be white and is to be worn to karate class only. Sir. Your karate uniform should always be kept clean and pressed. The most important thing in your training is a good attitude.. Judo is made up of different types of throwing techniques. The goal of karate is to train your mind.S. Miss. (Instructor-approved only. punching. or Ma'am. and spirit. and striking. The belt ranking system is White. The most important thing in karate is conditioning. Keep your belt tied at all times. No jewelry is to be worn in class. A kata is a formal exercise. The most important part of sparring is timing and distance. Green. Purple." All instructors are to be addressed in this manner. No patches or markings on your uniform or belt. Karate is kicking. Blue. The most important things in a kata are breathing and tension. Yellow.Fly Sheet Funakoshi was the founder of modern day karate. body. block letters. Brown. Instructors are to be called: "Mr.D. Karate began in India in the year 500 A.
The origin and development of today's karate will be taught in a perspective that will enable one to better understand the purpose of karate and how its techniques became the art of today. Stories of warriors. Use of the body as a powerful weapon is the most important part of the karate basics. Instructors are there to assist the students. this is necessary when the deliverance of a kick or a punch is felt. In karate. karate began in India thousands of years ago. or Ma'am. Mrs. princes. the heart is true. Sir. or Ms. (Instructor's Last Name). An old proverb says. rhythm. and gods who accomplished incredible battlefield feats with their bare hands are written in Indian folklore 11 . and if the heart is true. India The origin of karate as an organized system of self-defense is undetermined. Karate students learn to care for their bodies and must understand how to make their bodies accurate and powerful karate weapons. (Instructor's Last Name). and Brown Belts are assistant instructors. it is important to know of its historical development. Students should feel free to ask questions or to call them at any time. and therefore. The proper way to address all instructors is: Mr. "If the sword is true. Miss. as a martial art. However. Learn to turn speed into power by using correct muscular control. which depicted Egypt's military men using fighting techniques that resembled modern boxing.Proper Respect to Instructors Black belts are head instructors. and timing. History of Karate To fully understand karate. Egypt The oldest records of unarmed combat are the hieroglyphics from the Egyptian pyramids." The heart of the man who holds the sword is evident in the sword itself. the sword is true. the karate students should take good care of their bodies. the weapon that replaces the sword is the human body. Vital Points Correct form and balance must be used in karate with all parts of the body harmonizing to provide stability.
the founder of modern karate. Karate's popularity has been enhanced through television. The demand for karate was great and Funakoshi began organizing karate teams and teaching hundreds of people in Japan. Okinawa Okinawa was one of the most influential countries contributing to the development of modern day karate. marched on Okinawa. The year 1609 is the most important. As with everything in eastern cultures. and magazines. As a result. Bodhidharma found the monks of the Shaolin Temple in poor physical condition due to hours of kneeling and meditation. the philosophy of Kung Fu has its roots in Zen Buddhism and Taoism. Therefore. demonstrations. books. and a ban on the possession of all weapons. Bodhidharma taught the monks a system that is known today as Shaolin Temple Boxing. in 1609. of Southern Kyushu. Until the 1950's Karate was practiced mostly in the orient and Far East. It has now gained widespread attention throughout the entire world. the militaristic Japanese Satsuma Clan. Okinawa failed to give Japan materials for its attack against China in 1592. tournaments. Japan Funakoshi. the Okinawans were forced to use primitive weapons or bare hands and feet. Kung Fu Kung Fu. or Chinese boxing. Southeast Asia Karate techniques branched from China to neighboring Southeast Asia. All Okinawan weapons were confiscated.China An Indian Buddhist monk named Bodhidharma first introduced karate and it's techniques to china. and accurate date in the historical growth of karate. 12 . fights often occurred between the islanders and foreigners. Bitterness arose from the is severe action. In the United States. and metals was proclaimed. In these battles. differs greatly from western styles of combat. first introduced karate to Japan in 1917 through a series of exhibitions.
is specially trained military spy of ancient Japan. 13 . performed for the public at the first martial arts expo. especially those originating from Asian countries. What is Sport Point Karate? Sport point karate enables all ages to participate in sparring with safety. When and Where was the first Martial Arts Exposition held in the United States? The first martial arts exposition was held in 1953 in New York's Madison Square Garden. What is a Ninja? A Ninja. warlike. Points are scored with good technique and light contact. The idea is to spar with the action of playing a game of tag and not to hit your opponent as hard as you can. Mas Oyama. Is it necessary for a Black Belt to register his or her hands with the police? The practice has never been a requirement in America. The temple later burned to the ground. literally means an invisible assassin. the founder of the Kyokushinkai style of karate. or fighting arts.Martial Arts Questions Why is the Shaolin Temple important to the martial arts? The Shaolin Temple was a monastery located in the Hunan Province of China about 1. What are the Martial Arts? The Martial arts are military.400 years ago. which include all systems of combat. It is important as it is considered the birthplace of the Chinese martial arts since Bodhidharma of India introduced a series of breathing exercises there.
Mike Anderson. Chuck Norris. Joe Lewis. Representing the United States were the undisputed best fighters in the nation -. Which full-contact tournament is the most famous? On September 14.): Bill Wallace. of Atlanta.000 fighters. Mainly it is used in demonstrations because of the sensational effect. Breaking a 1-inch pine board equates to breaking a human rib.000 in total prize money.S. 14 .S. Georgia . and Joe Lewis. try to persuade the attacker not to follow through. Who is Joe Corley? Joe Corley. U. and Mike Stone. Benny Urquidez. Corley has become one of the leading spokesmen for professional karate and is also responsible for the largest karate tournament -. in conjunction with Don and Judy Quine and the Professional Karate Association.A. was considered one of the top middleweights in point competition in the early 1970's. held The Novel World Professional Karate Championships at the Los Angeles Sports Arena.S. If you can't run. When no other choice than fighting is available.The Battle of Atlanta -. breaking objects serves a purpose. U. 1974. Anderson awarded an unprecedented $20. What is the best way to avoid a fight? Running is an honorable option if at all possible.A.Is it important to break boards and bricks in karate? To some degree.that features over 2.S. and hit hard enough so that the first move will disable the assailant. Sport karate was revolutionized as this event kicked off the current emphasis on full-contact competition. Who were the first 4 world full contact fighters? Isasis Duanis Bill Wallace Jeff Smith Joe Lewis Light weight Middle weight Light Heavy weight Heavy weight Mexico U. Bill Wallace.Howard Jackson. hit first. Who are considered sport karate's greatest fighters? Sport Karate's greatest fighters to date are (voted by the top 50 fighters in the U. The championships featured fourteen fighters from seven countries throughout the world.A.A. Jeff Smith.
24. 4. 11. 18. 5. 7. 13. Bridge of the nose Temple Eye Philtrum Chin Side of the Neck Adam's Apple Collar Bone Arm Pit Solar Plexus Front of the Elbow Ribs Abdomen Testicles Knee 16. 28. 9. 17. 27. 29. 2. 23. 3. 8. 25. 6. 21.Vital Points of the Body 1. 14. 10. 12. 22. 20. Shin Ankle Skull Back of the Neck Center of the Back Elbow Wrist Kidneys Coccyx Back of the Thigh Side of the Knee Back of the Knee Instep Achilles Tendon 15 . 19. 26. 15.
4. Full-face shield headgear. Sparring Ring Officiating Rules and Regulations General 1. The objective is to tag your opponent with light to moderate contact to the target areas. 6. and footgear are required in all Senior-sparing divisions. -. and hand gear are required in all junior sparring divisions. sex and rank as your sparring practice partners. The keys to successful sparring competition are: good condition. In the sport of karate sparring. and timing and distance and planning each technique thrown. Officials may vote only on what they actually see. All footgear must be taped in place with athletic tape when the toes are exposed. and full contact. hand gear. Full-face headgear. point no contact (or focus). 2. and go to work or school the next day. 16 . Include people of different size. Also spar. 5. 3. mental preparation. the difference is mental preparation. It is a game of tag.as many different people as possible. point contact. most of us have similar athletic abilities. Someone capable of using several different techniques to score points is usually a better fighter than someone who only uses a few techniques. style. and cups (male competitors) are mandatory in all junior sparring divisions.Sparring Sparring is the sport aspect of karate. and spar. Mouthpieces. The sparring we do is point contact. Disqualification of the competitor is mandatory in a sparring match that involves an official that is a relative or spouse. That is where everything starts: through confidence. Points to remember Point contact sparring is a game of tag. Remember you and your opponent have to get up. Sparring is divided into different groups. The object is to score points not to hurt the person. Rings officials may not officiate a relative or spouse or when the competitor is someone with whom a conflict of interest may exist. spar. and concentration. Any problems with spectators or unusual problems with competitors should be referred to the Tournament Director. continuous sparring. Knowing how is not as important as knowing when.
Back of the Head. Face. 7. 10. the other fighter wins. 6. 8. Face. or kick contacts a legal target area. Excessive contact whether to a legal target area or not will result in the offending fighter being disqualified. Coaching is not allowed by any person inside the sparring ring areas. ring helpers. Fighters should return immediately to their starting positions. Back of the Head. (These vary according to gym size and number of rings. Excessive contact to the face will result offending fighter being disqualified. Sweeps. and Kidneys. A point is scored when a controlled punch. The size of the sparring ring in a senior (adult) match is a minimum of a 15 X 15 foot square and a maximum of a 20 X 20 foot square. Abdomen. Contact to the groin is considered a foul and is not allowed in any junior match. Excessive contact to the groin. 4. or any area of the body. All competition ceases when a ring official yells "BREAK". 2. Legal target areas for senior sparring are: Top of the Head. No warning is required. Light contact to the groin will result in a point awarded to the other fighter. Sparring Rules 1. Excessive contact to the face will result offending fighter being disqualified. 3. Contact is light in all-junior divisions. There is face contact in all divisions with a face shield. Ribs. Ribs. There is face contact in all divisions with a face shield. Back of the Neck. whether in a legal point area or not will result in the offending competitor being disqualified from the match. Competitors are disqualified for any actions constituting obvious Unsportsman like conduct such as "intentional hitting" or "shoving'" after the break command has been issued. Side of the Head. Intentional holding or catching an opponent’s foot is illegal. Chest. If a competitor is disqualified. 5. This includes scorekeepers. Contact is light to moderate in all senior divisions. 9. and throws are not allowed and disqualification will result. Competitors lined up around the ring waiting to compete may coach and encourage fighters in the ring. Chest. The standard for karate is 20 X 20) Starting lines for the competitors are 4 feet apart. and officials. Back of the Neck. takedowns. strike. 17 . The size of the sparring ring in a junior (child) match is a minimum of a 15 X 15 foot square and a maximum of a 20 X 20 foot square. The end of a sparring match is determined as follows: A.7. The first fighter to score 3 points wins the match B. Legal Target areas for juniors are: Side of the Head. Kidneys and Groin. Abdomen. Both ring referees have equal votes to verify a point or foul.
who will then call "TIME OUT" to the ring timekeeper. and shall indicate with voice and gestures. The vote for a disqualification is the same as a foul. Referees 1. The head referee is the only one who can officially stop the match by calling for a "time out". enforce rules. The judging referee should hold their voting position until the head referee has acknowledged their call. except that the referee says "DISQUALIFICATION" in a loud. the above position is attained accept when the head referee says "VOTE". The head referee should announce in a loud clear voice all official decisions. The head referee is in complete charge of the ring and the match. To call "TIME". and the judging referee. the competitor affected by any decisions made by the head referee. disqualifications. the judging referee should yell "BREAK" in a loud clear voice. The judging referee and head referee must stay on their side of the ring. If a competitor does not stop fighting after the "Break" command has been issued. and ensure fair play. 13. a time out is called and a "REVOTE" asked to be taken. the result will be disqualification. Disrespectful attitudes towards any official will result in immediate disqualification. 2. Only the head referee may call an "Out of Bounds". 18 . first calls "BREAK". If the judging referee feels a mistake has been made by the head referee. The head referee begins a match by calling competitors into position with "Fighting Stance". When the head referee calls "VOTE" the judging referee votes for a fighter to receive a point by quickly extending the arm out head high towards that particular competitor. The referee will then yell break. the judging referee. and call time out to the timekeeper. Judging Referee 1. Opponents may be awarded 1 point when a competitor runs out of bounds three times during a match. To this end they start and stop the match. vote on points. fouls. Only the head referee is allowed to actually award points and issue fouls and warnings to the competitors. To vote for a foul. the head referee. The judging referee (or ring judge) has basically two responsibilities: to call points and to call fouls. and then calls "TIME" to the head referee. There are two referees in every sparring match. When a point or foul has been committed. 5. The official match time then begins. and call out of bounds.11. (A competitor calls time out running out of bounds and making a "T" with their hands). 4. 3. 2.Go". clear voice while pointing to the floor in the direction of that particular competitor. 5. They promote the safety of the competitors. (or head ring referee). followed by "Ready -. They can follow the ring action by moving from side to side with the competitors. 3. The use of threatening or abusive language will result in an immediate disqualification. 4. 12. the extended arm is pointed down towards the floor and in the direction of that particular competitor. Competitors must be warned the first and second time for running out of bounds.
2. Wait until the judge dismisses you. In addition. it is followed by a front kick with the back leg.The pattern is the same as H-Form #1 except that each time a down block is executed. H-Form #3 -. You must make the judge think you are living the form. The look on your face must tell that you are in a fight from the very beginning. which are described as the dancing steps of fighting. Failure to do this will result in a minimal score. Katas are the forms in karate. A clean and neatly ironed uniform is important for your kata competition. Then. and the name of your kata. in a loud clear voice. H-Form #2 -. 1 Your style is “American Karate” not “All-American Karate” 19 . To win in kata competition. When performed properly. maintain the proper tempo. To live kata is to win kata. and 4 /To-San / Hein 4 / Hwa Rang / Tekkie 1 A kata is the uniting of several offensive and defensive moves into a dance-like form. When you have finished your kata. step sharply to the starting line. In a kata. Always look your imaginary opponent in the eye. and bow to the judges. a wellstarched uniform will have a snapping sound when you execute power techniques. When you come to the point of a yell. You must go all out to defeat those imaginary foes. and execute each technique correctly.The pattern is the same as H-Form #1 except that instead of a down block forward stance you do a back stance . remain standing in a formal position with your eyes forward.The pattern is the same as H-Form #2 except that each time a high riser block is executed. you are fighting with imaginary opponents. Eye contact is very important. style1. give your name.back fist block. A kata means formal exercise. You cannot begin to think of winning until you know the physical part of your kata perfectly. a kata represents the beauty and self-discipline of the art and its practitioner. it is followed by a high riser block with the same arm. When called on to do your kata. They are a must in karate training. This will bring more attention to your performance. It is important to remember that a kata is a simulated fight between you and a number of imaginary opponents. you must first know the form. You must understand each movement. 3. do so as loudly and as sharply as you can. then lunge punch in a forward stance. Upon completion of your form. The most important things in kata are breathing and tension. and you must perform as if you are fighting for your life.Katas H-Form # 1. H-Form #4 -.
1. Turn 90 degrees counterclockwise into a left forward stance/down block. 2. Execute a right lunge punch. Turn 180 degrees clockwise into a right forward stance/down block. 9. then left shoulder. Execute a left lunge punch KIA!!!.H . Cross arms and look over left shoulder. Execute a left lunge punch 16. Cross arms and look over right shoulder. KIA!!! Cross arms and look over right shoulder. Execute a right lunge punch. 17. Execute a right lunge punch. KIA!!! Cross arms and look over right shoulder. 15.Form #1 On "Ready" Look straight to the left then forward. 5. Execute a right lunge punch. Execute a left lunge punch 8. 22. 18. Turn 90 degrees to the left and execute a left forward stance/down block. bring left foot to right and cross arms. 13. Execute a right lunge punch. Return to attention stance. 7. 3. 14. 20. Turn 180 degrees clockwise into a right forward stance/down block. 10. 4. Turn 90 degrees counterclockwise into a left forward stance/down block. Spin 270 degrees counter clockwise into a left forward stance/down block. 6.. 20 . Execute a right lunge punch. Cross arms and look over right shoulder. Execute a left lunge punch. pause Right Punch . Spin 270 degrees counter clockwise into a left forward stance/down block. Turn 180 degrees clockwise into right forward stance/down block. 19. Cross arms and look over left shoulder. Execute a left lunge punch. then left shoulder. Cross arms and look over right shoulder. Execute a right lunge punch. 11. Looking to the left. 12.
9. Raise arms straight up. Return to an attention stance. Step out left 90 degrees into a left forward stance and execute a left high forearm block. Execute a lunge high riser block with the right arm. 5. 17. 8. Punch left. Turn 180 degrees clockwise into a right forward stance and execute a right high forearm block. Punch left and right in rapid succession. 15. Turn 90 degrees clockwise into a right forward stance and execute a wedge block with both forearms. Turn 270 degrees counter clockwise into a left forward stance and execute a left high forearm block. At full extension of arms. 2. Turn 90 degrees counter clockwise into a left back stance and execute a knife hand block with left hand. hand and fist separate with a burst of power. Bring left foot to right with the left hand open over the right fist at waist level.To-San On "Ready" Look straight to the left then forward. Punch left. Punch right. Turn 180 Degrees clockwise into a right forward stance and execute a right high forearm block. 12. 4. Step out with the right foot into a horse stance and execute a right knife hand strike. 1. At full extension. Punch right. Turn 45 degrees counter clockwise into a left forward stance and execute a left high riser block. Turn 135 degrees counter clockwise into a left forward stance and execute a wedge block with both forearms. 11. 3. Punch right and punch left in rapid succession. Slowly. KIA!!! 18. Lunge forward with the right foot into a right forward stance and execute a right backfist block. Turn 360 degrees counter clockwise into a left forward stance and execute a left backfist block. 7. Then arms slowly descend. 13. 21 . 16. 14. Bring right foot to left with arms overhead. Right fist pops into left hand at waist level. Raise arms straight up and follow hands with eyes. hand and fist separate with a burst of power. Turn 180 degrees counter clockwise into a horse stance and execute a left knife hand strike. Pop right fist into left hand at waist level. KIA!!! 6. Execute a lunge front kick with the right leg. descend arms as you look to the left. Bring right foot to left with left hand open over right fist at waist level. Execute a lunge front kick with the left leg. 10. Take a straight step forward with the right foot into a right forward stance and execute a vertical spear hand thrust with the right hand.
Right foot slides back. punch right. Pivot right foot with a right inverted knife hand chop and left knife hand high block. Right fist to right side. Right foot slides up into a right horse stance at a 45 degree angle knife hand block KIA!!!. 9. Left foot slides back. Slide right foot to left slide left foot out into a right back stance double knife hand bock. step into a left back stance left reinforced block. Step with right foot into a right back stance right reinforced block. 22 . 15. Turn 225 degrees counterclockwise into a left forward stance double wedge block. 8. left front kick. step into a right forward stance left elbow smash. 12. 20. 4. Right foot slides up cup and saucer left side. right cross stance right reinforced block KIA!!!. 10. 17. 16. 11. punch left. arms cross in a x. Right foot slides back. 2. step into a right forward stance. step into a left forward stance right elbow smash . 5. 13. punch right. right front kick. Right foot slide up and back into a left rear defense stance with a double knife hand high and low block. Left foot steps forward into a left back stance left reinforced bock Right foot slides up cup and saucer right side feet together. Step with left foot into a forward stance. cup and saucer left side. grab head with both hands. step out with right foot into a right forward stance and a double wedge block. Right side kick to the right. right knee smash then turn 225 degrees counterclockwise into a left horse stance knife hand bock . Right front kick step right foot. 1. 3. Left fist to left side. Step with left foot into a left back stance left reinforced block. hands back to middle. 18. 14. 19. 7. attention stance. step into a left forward stance.Hein 4 Slide out with right foot into a left back stance double knife hand bock. 6. punch left. Left side kick to the left. kata over.
left foot slides out to a horse stance. right elbow smash. Turn 90 degrees counterclockwise into a left down block .San move. left cross block. right cross block. with a left high block right outside block. Turn 180 degrees counterclockwise into a left back stance. 4. Step with right foot into a right forward stance. 1. Left inverted punch. left lunge punch. Right foot slides back into a cat stance. 23. Right foot steps up. (to the right) 8. 12. pivot to the other 45-degree angle hands to your left side. into a left cat stance. left palm block. left knife hand block. with a right back fist strike. Right back roundhouse. Palms on your left side at your belt. 5. step into a horse stance. 25. 3. 18. Step with left foot into a forward stance lunge punch. right knife block horse stance. left punch KIA!!!!. right lunge punch KIA!!!. 20. left back roundhouse left knife hand block horse stance . (to the left) 11. 24. 9. Step forward into a left cat stance right reverse punch. right punch. Step forward into a right cat stance left reverse punch. 17. 23 . right knife strike. Turn right. 16. 13. 19. 21. slide out at a 45-degree angle into a horse stance left knife hand block. Right lunge punch. Right foot slides back into a cat stance double block facing right side. Step forward into a left forward stance x block. step out into a horse stance with right foot right knife hand block KIA!!!! 26. Right side kick. pivot to front. Turn 270 degrees counterclockwise feet together . 10. 15. 2. Left foot slides up feet together To. Turn 270 degrees counterclockwise into a left back stance knife hand block 14. Left foot slides back hands to your right side. with hands in knife hand position. slide left foot to right. Turn 90 degrees counterclockwise with a left forwards stance down block.Hwa Rang From an attention stance. right spear hand thrust. with a right knife hand strike down. Right foot slides back feet together hands to left side then to the middle. 6. Left foot slides over into a left cat stance right reverse punch. 7. Right foot slides out into a horse stance. 22. make a circle to belt left hand on top. with a right cross block. Hands to left side at belt.
Cup and saucer left side at belt Right jab. Right hook punch. left hook punch KIA!!!. Jab left. Right elbow smash Right down block. Cup and saucer right side belt. 3. Check with right foot left inside block. Left hook punch. Check with right foot right outside block. 11. 21. 15.Tekkie 1 1. 7. Right inside block left hook punch. 9. Left down block. 6. 12. left foot cross steps behind right. right hook punch KIA!!!. Left inside block right hook punch. 20.(look front) Double block right outside left down block . Check with left foot right inside block. hands in a knife hand position circle around and come to belt. left reverse crescent kick right inside block. 22. 17. 4. 2. 14. right reverse crescent kick left inside block . right hand grab Left elbow smash. 5. 8. From an attention stance left foot slides to right. 19. (look right) Left foot cross steps behind right foot.(look to front) Double block left outside/right down block. 16. right reverse crescent kick. 10. 18. Check with left foot left outside block. (look right) 24 . (look left) Hands swing down and back into a left grab. 13. (look left) Right foot cross steps behind left foot.
If you start a defense. 6. One must be aware of their surroundings. let it be the attacker. With practice. However. The Knees 4. 3. and Teeth. The Groin 3. However. books. your brain is the most important natural weapon as it controls your actions. if someone has to be hurt. Develop self-confidence. How capable are you of defending yourself if your defense method calls for gouging the attacker's eyes with your car keys. Self-defense combines elements of the martial arts. Fear is the greatest enemy. However. Practice so that you will know what to do. There are no rules when saving your life or someone else's. Common Rules to Remember are: 1. Keep it simple. your chances of defending yourself are greatly reduced if your attacker takes them away or you cannot get to them in time. common sense and "fighting dirty. Elbows. The Throat Use of weapons: Keys. Avoid "Flashy" Techniques. and your keys are at the bottom of your purse and not in your hand? By being conditioned to use such items as weapons. purses. 4. To overcome it.YOUR BODY -. are good weapons to use for self-defense. use everything available to you. 25 . The key is anticipation and prevention. The best self-defense weapon weights 8 pounds. Be willing to act." The only time methods of self-defense should be utilized is when one's life and health or the life and health of loved ones are seriously endangered. Once you are forced to defend yourself. etc. Why use these unnatural weapons when you can use the best weapons available to you -. Natural Weapons: The body contains several natural weapons. 2.Self Defense The more aware an individual is of the factors associated with personal danger. you cannot control the situation. Knees. The Eyes 2. an individual will be able to react instantly with effective responses. The four most vulnerable parts of the body are: 1. You have to excited about living. If you cannot control yourself. 5. the best way to defend one's self is to use common sense to avoid potentially dangerous situations. Utilize those techniques you can use easily and quickly. the more likely he is to take appropriate precautions. Do not panic. 7. Feet. finish it. use it.Hands. one must practice daily to make responses an automatic reflex. your brain. Do not hesitate. the problem with self-defense techniques utilizing weapons is that it provides a false sense of security. Do not expect to fight gently as an attacker is no gentleman.
Double cover with right hand.Right Cross Wrist Grab and Left Straight Wrist Grab. slide back foot up to lead foot. knife strike to neck with right hand. Step out with left foot beside attacker. Lock out arm and don't bend elbow when stepping out. pivot back. palm heel strike to elbow with left hand. grab throat with left hand. grab attackers right wrist with right hand. Defender -. breaking away from thumb. Keep attacking wrist hand in a tense knife hand position when attacking. Attacker -. break elbow. Defender -. Rotate body slightly to the inside before stepping out. Step out with Right foot beside attacker. shooting right hand approximately one foot from the ground behind the attacker. (This defense needs to be done sliding to the right and defending also. Optional Defense.When stepping out. shooting left hand approximately one foot from the ground beside the attacker. quick kick to the knee.-. side kick to knee with left foot. turn and run. side kick to knee with right foot. Palm heel strike to the nose. 26 .Double cover with left hand. turning your body at a 90 degree angle (breaks loose right wrist). Don't ever over extend stretch when stepping out. Attacker -.) Points of interest -.Twist wrist against attacker's thumb.Yellow Belt Self Defense Five Wrist Grabs Attacker -. knife strike to neck with left hand.Step to side with left foot shooting right hand underneath left hand.Left Cross Wrist Grab and Right Straight Wrist Grab.Double Wrist Grab Defender -. Bend elbow up. grab throat with right hand. take step across attacker with left foot forcing attacker to the ground. step out into a forward stance. ridge hand strike with right hand to attackers right wrist. slide back foot up to lead foot.
forcing attacker to the ground Points of Interest -.do not bend your arm. right hand goes on attackers right shoulder.Right Lapel Grab/ with left block (inside move) Defender -. grab wrist.Step to side with right foot. palm heel to nose with left hand. knife hand block to wrist. the block is secondary. On inside blocks. right hand bends elbow up the attackers back bending the attacker over.Left Lapel Grab / with right block (inside move) Defender -. palm heel strike to elbow with left hand. right hand swings up in a clockwise direction. grab wrist. take step across attacker with right foot.block.Orange Belt Self Defense Lapel Grabs Attacker -. step through to side of attacker with right foot beside the attacker with right foot bring left foot around. grab wrist. left arm swings up striking attackers elbow. left hand bends elbow up the attackers back bending the attacker over.Double Lapel Grab / with left block (outside move) Defender -. Attacker -. and break elbow. left hand checks in a clockwise circular motion. grab. grab wrist. pull in and push down with right hand bending attackers arm to his side. right hand checks in a counter clockwise circular motion. After block.Step to side with left foot.Right Lapel Grab -. right hand checks in a counter clockwise circular motion. grab wrist quickly -.Step to side with right foot. when striking attackers elbow . knife hand block to wrist. knife hand block to wrist. Bend elbow up.Step to side with left foot. Block needs to be done before lapel is actually grabbed. pull in and push down with left hand bending attackers arm to his side. Bend elbow up. 27 . knife hand block to wrist. and break elbow. forcing attacker to the ground Attacker -. palm heel to nose with right hand.Double Lapel Grab / with right block (outside move) Defender -. left hand swings up in a counter clockwise direction.Slide to the side to avoid the grab. right arm swings up striking attackers elbow. left hand goes on attackers left shoulder. right hand swings up in a clockwise direction. step through to side of attacker with left foot beside the attacker with left foot bring right foot around.Left Lapel Grab -. left hand swings up in a counter clockwise direction. left hand checks in a clockwise circular motion. palm heel strike to elbow with right hand. Attacker -. take step across attacker with left foot.
taking attacker to the ground. twist wrist inside attackers hand.vertical knife hand strike down on attackers wrist.Green Belt Self Defense Five Wrist Grabs . attackers elbow and wrist need to be bent at 90 degree angle and wrist at 90 degree angle. your palm on back of attackers hand. forcing attacker to the ground.Swing left hand up in a counter clockwise motion with palm facing you. step back with your right foot twisting wrist in a clockwise position. while attacker pushes in. swing right arm up counter-clockwise. step with left foot . Attacker -.Grab wrist with left hand and roll hand down.Pin attackers fingers with right hand.Pull both hands out.Right Straight Wrist Grab Defender -.Left Straight Wrist Grab Defender -.Left Cross Wrist Grab Defender -. palm facing up. pivot to left. turn right hand over placing your right fingers on your thumb. Attacker -. before attacker realizes what is happening. roll arm out straight while bending attackers elbow and wrist both at 90 degree angles (attackers palm should be facing up). step back with left foot twisting wrist in a counter clockwise position. Attacker -. taking attacker to ground. Points of Interest -.Aikido defense Attacker -. grab attackers wrist and twist.Aikido needs to be done fast. pivot to right. step with right foot. On cross wrist grab. Attacker -. 28 .Swing right hand up in a clockwise motion with palm facing you.Double Wrist Grab Defender -. left thumb to back of attackers hand with palm up. swing right arm up clockwise. right thumb to back of attackers hand with palm up. fingers peel attackers thumb off (all palms up). your palm on back of attackers hand.Right Cross Wrist Grab Defender -. twist wrist inside attackers hand. fingers peel attackers thumb off (all palms up). from this position you can chose a right straight or a left straight defense to follow up with. grab wrist with right hand and roll hand down. roll arm out straight while bending attackers elbow and wrist both at 90 degree angles (attackers palm should be facing up). turn left hand over placing your left fingers on your thumb.Pin attackers fingers with left hand. forcing attacker to the ground.
Points of Interest -. before attacker realizes it. right hand swings around on top and grabs chin.Right hand grabs attacker's right hand .Right Hand Lapel Grab Defender -. use forearm to create pain by pulling in to chest. use forearm to create pain by pulling in to chest. twist attacker's left palm up in a counter clockwise motion .with thumb between attacker's thumb and forefinger . right knee follows up into rib cage.Double Lapel Grab Defender -. twist attacker's right palm up in a clockwise motion – pull up attacker's arm parallel to the floor.or .Either defense from above can be used depending on your right or left hand preference .Aikido Defense Attacker -.Left Hand Lapel Grab Defender -. step between attacker's feet with right foot knife hand strike to bend attacker's arm at the elbow .On lapel grabs. if no hair). Aikido needs to be done fast. Keep body facing the front while forcing attacker to the ground. attackers elbow and wrist have to be at 90-degree angles.left hand swings around on top and grabs back of hair (or ear. right hand grabs inside of attackers left elbow.Blue Belt Self Defense Lapel Grabs . 29 . Then use forearm to roll over attacker and force to the ground Attacker -. quick kick to shin.pull up attacker's arm parallel to the floor. quickly twist neck counter clockwise while stepping back with left foot and taking attacker to the ground.your fingers are in attacker's palm.with thumb between attacker's thumb and forefinger . step between attacker's feet with left foot knife hand strike to bend attacker's arm at ht elbow and wrist.Left hand grabs attacker's left hand .your fingers are in attacker's palm. quick kick to shin. left hand grabs inside of attackers right elbow. Then use forearm to roll over attacker and force to the ground Attacker -.
Right Cross Shoulder Grab Defender -.Right hand grabs attacker's left hand. 30 . Points of Interest -. Stay in close to your attacker while defending for better control of your attacker. step back at a 45 degree angle with right foot while swinging up with right arm bending attacker's elbow with your arm.On cross shoulder grabs the trapping of the shoulder and block of the punch need to be done at the same time. swing right hand clockwise over and around attacker's arm and trapping attacker's arm at elbow in your arm pit. attempt to go for the eyes. follow up with a keft knee into rib cage. attack throat with left hand.Left hand grabs attacker's right hand. step back at a 45 degree angle with right foot.Either right or left straight shoulder grab defense can be done. throw attacker to ground.Right Straight shoulder Grab Defender -. Attacker -. left knife hand blocks attacker's right handed punch. follow up with right knee into rib cage. step back at a 45 degree angle with left foot. step behind attacker with left foot. swing left hand counter clockwise over and around attacker's arm and trapping attacker's arm at elbow in your arm pit. Attacker -.Left Straight Shoulder Grab Defender -. left arm swings in a counter clockwise motion over attacker's arm . release right hand and place right hand on attacker's left shoulder.Left hand grabs attacker's left hand. defender's right hand grabs hold of his left wrist. step back at a 45 degree angle with left foot while swinging up with left arm bending attacker's elbow with your arm.Right hand grabs attacker's right hand. While releasing right hand .Purple Belt Self Defense Five rear shoulder grabs Attacker -. When stepping back at a 45-degree angle. attack throat with right hand. lock out elbow. then rake across attacker's face with left hand. you need to step beside your attacker's feet . lock out elbow.trapping attacker's arm at elbow in your arm pit.Left Cross Shoulder Grab Defender -. defender's left hand grabs hold of his right wrist. then rake across attacker's face with right hand. step behind attacker with right foot. take step with right foot and force attacker to ground. right knife hand blocks attacker's left handed punch. When raking across the face. throw attacker to ground.trapping attacker's arm at elbow in your arm pit.on the outside.Rear Choke Defender -. take step with left foot and force attacker to ground. Attacker -. Attacker -. While releasing left hand . release left hand and place left hand on attacker's right shoulder. right arm swings in a clockwise motion over attacker's arm .
70 Conditioning: 10 .24 . Side Kick Stepping Side Kick Counter Side Kick Stepping Roundhouse Kick 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Kata: H .Form #1 1 2 3 (4 5 6 7 8) 9 10 Self Defense: Straight Wrist Grab Cross Wrist Grab Double Wrist Grab 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 31 .18 OVERALL GRADE: _____ _____ _____ Right Side Techniques: Forward Stance Down Block Lunge Punch Double Punch Triple Punch Fighting Stance Front Kick (Front Leg) Front Kick (Back Leg) Side Kick Roundhouse Kick Spinning Back Kick Backfist Strike Punch Backfist.4 Self Defense: 30 .6 .YELLOW BELT TEST Name: _____________________________________________ Date: ______________ 1 Tournament 8 .96 .72 _____ _____ ______ Left Side Conditioning: 10 Sit-ups 10 Pushups 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 Kata: 8 .8 .10 Classes Minimum Written: 100 -90 -80.6 Techniques: 120 .
Form #1 H .8 . Hook Punch 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Kata: H . Punch Backfist. Punch.ORANGE BELT TEST Name: _____________________________________________ Date: ______________ 1 Tournament 8 . Punch Jab. Side Kick. Punch Backfist.10 Classes 1 Extra Minimum Written: 100 -90 -80. Punch Protecting Head Slide up Roundhouse.Form #3 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 (4 5 (4 5 (4 5 6 6 6 7 7 7 8) 9 8) 9 8) 9 10 10 10 Self Defense: Right Lapel Grab Left Lapel Grab Double Lapel Grab 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 32 .Form #2 H .18 OVERALL GRADE: _____ _____ _____ Right Side 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 Techniques: Double Roundhouse Kick Hook Kick Knife Hand Strike Front Ridge Hand Strike Back Ridge Hand Strike Jab Hook Puch Check High Check Low Spinning Side Kick Back Stance Backfist Block Forward Stance High Riser Block Backfist.90 _____ _____ ______ Left Side Conditioning: 20 Sit-ups 20 Pushups Kata: 24 .24 .120 .70 Conditioning: 10 .6 Techniques: 150 .12 Self Defense: 30 . Hook Kick.18 .
8 . Hook Kick. Hook Punch Slide up Roundhouse Punch Hook Punch.10 Classes 1 Extra Written: 100 -90 -80. Punch.GREEN BELT TEST Name: _____________________________________________ Date: ______________ 1 Tournament 8 .30 . Hook Punch Low Roundhouse Kick Kata: H .Form #2 H . Upper Cut.Form #1 H .18 OVERALL GRADE: _____ _____ _____ Right Side Techniques: Jump Front Kick Spinning Hook Kick Back Crescent Kick Back Reverse Crescent Kick Spinning Back Fist Upper Cut Back Roundhouse Jab.70 Conditioning: 10 .84 _____ _____ ______ Left Side Conditioning: 30 Sit-ups 30 Pushups 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 Kata: 40 .Form #4 To San 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 (4 (4 (4 (4 (4 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 9 9 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 Self Defense: Straight Wrist Grab Cross Wrist Grab Double Wrist Grab 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 33 . Hook Punch Double Jab. Roundhouse Kick Jab.24 . Hook Kick.20 Self Defense: 30 .Form #3 H .6 Techniques: 140 . Jab Punch. Punch. Hook Punch Jab. Punch.112 .
6 Techniques: 150 . Low Hook Punch.24 Self Defense: 30 .36 .70 Conditioning: 10 .Form #1 H . High Hook Punch. Punch.18 OVERALL GRADE: _____ _____ _____ Left Side Conditioning: 40 Sit-ups 40 Pushups Right Side 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 Techniques: Jump Side Kick Flying Side Kick Jump Hook Kick Jump Spinning Back Kick Spinning Roundhouse Kick Front Leg BackKick Inside Roundhouse Kick Front Reverse Crescent Kick Step Up Fake Low Roundhouse Kick. Hook Kick Double Jab.Form #4 To San Hein #4 Self Defense: Right Lapel Grab Left Lapel Grab Double Lapel Grab 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 (4 (4 (4 (4 (4 (4 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 9 9 9 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 34 .Form #3 H . Low Roundhouse Kick Hook Punch Low/Low/ High 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Kata: H . Hook Kick Step up Fake Low Roundhouse.90 _____ _____ ______ Kata: 48 . Hook Punch.24 . Low Hook Punch.120 .BLUE BELT TEST Name: _____________________________________________ Date: ______________ 2 Tournament 20 . High Roundhouse Kick Stepping Hook Kick.8 . Punch.25 Classes 1 Camp 1 Extra Minimum Written: 100 -90 -80.Form #2 H .
Form #4 To San Hein #4 Hwa Rang Tekkie #1 Self Defense: Rear Straight Shoulder Grab Rear Cross Shoulder Grab Double Shoulder Grab Rear Head Lock Rear Arm Lock Rear Bear Hug. outside) (Center of Back) (Back of Head) Knife (At Stomach) (Stab) (Double Slash) Club 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 (4 (4 (4 (4 (4 (4 (4 (4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 35 .32 . under the arms Front Choke Gun (At Stomach) (Side of Head.6 .25 Classes 2 Extras Minimum Written: 100 -90 -80.70 Conditioning: 10 .Form #1 H .114 _____ OVERALL GRADE: _____ Left Side Right Side Conditioning: 50 Sit-ups 1 2 3 4 5 50 Pushups 1 2 3 4 5 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Techniques: Spinning Reverse Crescent Kick Jump Spinning Reverse Crescent Kick Turning Jump Crescent Kick Side/Roundhouse/Hook (4 sets) Slide up Side Kick Counter Hook Kick Slide up Side Kick Hook/Round Kick Slide up Fake Side Kick Punch Hook Punch Slide up RoundhouseHook Punch Low 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Hook Punch Low Roundhouse Kick Kata: H .4 _____ Self Defense: 190 .Form #2 H . over the arms Front Bear Hug.152 . inside) (Side of Head.24 _____ _____ ______ Kata: 8 .6 Techniques: 40 . over the arms Rear Bear Hug.PURPLE BELT TEST Name: _____________________________________________ Date: ______________ 2 Tournament 20 .8 . under the arms Front Bear Hug.Form #3 H .
required tournaments. or Junior Camp. Kata. Signatures for "Extras" are received when a student assists with Tournament setup. Purple.Austin Society of Karate Name: _______________________ Adult Sign-In Sheet Instructor: ______________________ 1. 6. Conditioning. 5. and Brown Belt tests are given in front of a panel of Black Belts. 8. 2. All adult students are personally responsible for obtaining initials after the end of each training session. Tournament. The hours listed at each rank are MINIMUM requirements 4. Techniques. To receive rank test nomination students must have minimum hours. to receive nomination. Blue. Tests are given 2 weeks after every tournament 7. Any hours not initialed immediately after class may be forfeited. Extra Tourney Extra Tourney Extra Tourney Camp Extra Tourney Tourney Extra Extra Tourney Tourney Extra Extra Extra Tourney Tourney Camp 36 . Students must also be capable of passing all five sections of the test: Written. 3. camps and extras. and Self-defense.
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