Tracy's Kenpo Karate Shreveport, LA

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Orange Belt

Kata:    Short #1 (Four Shields)
           

Self Defense Techniques:

 1.  Attacking the Circle 16.  Bridge (AB)
 2.  Sumo 17.  Eagle's Beak (ABC)
 3.  Japanese Stranglehold (ABCDE) 18.  Front Bearhug (A BCDE)
 4.  Blocking the Kick (ABC DE) 19.  Scimitar
 5.  Headlock (A B C) 20.  Breaking the Cross
 6.  Crash of the Eagle (ABCD E) 21.  Aiming the Spear (AB)
 7.  Grasping Talon (AB) 22.  Raising the Staff
 8.  Tackle Techniques (ABCD) 23.  Lowering the Gate (AB)
 9.  Dancer 24.  Rocking Elbow
10.  Opponents at Sides (ABCD) 25.  Reverse Hammerlock (AB)
11.  Passing the Horizon (AB) 26.  Anvil (ABCD E)
12.  Kimono Grab (ABC) 27.  Knee Lift
13.  Lever (ABC D) 28.  Crane Leap (ABCD)
14.  Crashing Elbow (AB) 29.  Driving Elbows (AB)
15.  Heel Hook 30.  Crossing Guard (AB)

Orange Belt Basics

Kicks

1. Front snap kick ( front and back legs )

2. Front thrust kick (front and back legs )

3. Side snap knife edge ( front leg only )

6. Side thrust knife edge ( front and back legs/ turn side thrust knife edge )

7. Side thrust heel ( front and back legs/spin rear )

8. Wheel kick ( front and back/offensive rear foot wheel )

9. Roundhouse Kick (defensive rear foot wheel)

10. Step through rear thrust kick

11. Knee front

12. Knee wheel

Combinations

1. Front snap to rear thrust kick ( straight or angles )

2. Front snap to side thrust to rear thrust kick ( all 3 to 12 o'clock )

3. Front foot wheel 12 times around the clock

4. Front snap to wheel kick

5. Low to middle to high wheel kick

Blocks

1. Inward block

2. Outward block ( extended and vertical )

3. Upward block

4. Downward block

5. Chamber blocks ( from fighting stance ... used in sparring)

Stances

1. Horse stance ( shoulder width x1, x1.5, x2 )

2. Fighting horse ( used in Short #1 Kata )

3. Soft bow / Hard bow

4. Offensive / defensive fighting stance

Strikes

1. Lead hand

2. Reverse punch ( traditional and side fist )

3. Backfist

4. Ridgehand ( straight and hooking )

5. Uppercuts

6. Step through punch

Basics

1. Kiai

2. Weapons of the hands and feet

3. Striking areas of the front and back of the body

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