Instructions for Chito-Ryu Kata - Kihon Dosa San

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Instructions for Chito-Ryu Kata - Kihon Dosa San

This page provides instructions for Chito-Ryu Karate Kata - Kihon Dosa San. For additional Chito-Ryu katas, please visit the main Chito-Ryu Katas page.

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Written Instructions for Chito-Ryu Kata - Kihon Dosa San

  • Ki o tsuke, Musubi dachi
  • Yoi, Uchi hachi ji dachi
  • Step forward left leg, Hidari jodan uke
  • Migi gyaku zuki
  • Step forward right leg, Migi jodan uke
  • Hidari gyaku zuki
  • Step forward left leg, Hidari jodan uke
  • Migi gyaku zuki
  • Step forward right leg, Migi jodan uke
  • Hidari gyaku zuki – Kiai
  • Step backward, Hidari jodan uke
  • Migi gyaku zuki
  • Step backward, Migi jodan uke
  • Hidari gyaku zuki
  • Step backward, Hidari jodan uke
  • Migi gyaku zuki
  • Step backward, Migi jodan uke
  • Hidari gyaku zuki – Kiai
  • Step forward, Hidari soto uke
  • Migi gyaku zuki
  • Step forward, Migi soto uke
  • Hidari gyaku zuki
  • Step forward, Hidari soto uke
  • Migi gyaku zuki
  • Step forward, Migi soto uke
  • Hidari gyaku zuki – Kiai
  • Step backward, Hidari soto uke
  • Migi gyaku zuki
  • Step backward, Migi soto uke
  • Hidari gyaku zuki
  • Step backward, Hidari soto uke
  • Migi gyaku zuki
  • Step backward, Migi soto uke
  • Hidari gyaku zuki – Kiai
  • Step forward, Hidari uchi uke
  • Migi gyaku zuki
  • Step forward, Migi uchi uke
  • Hidari gyaku zuki
  • Step forward, Hidari uchi uke
  • Migi gyaku zuki
  • Step forward, Migi uchi uke
  • Hidari gyaku zuki - Kiai
  • Step backward, Hidari uchi uke
  • Migi gyaku zuki
  • Step backward, Migi uchi uke
  • Hidari gyaku zuki
  • Step backward, Hidari uchi uke
  • Migi gyaku zuki
  • Step backward, Migi uchi uke
  • Hidari gyaku zuki - Kiai
  • Step forward, Hidari gedan barai
  • Migi gyaku zuki
  • Step forward, Migi gedan barai
  • Hidari gyaku zuki
  • Step forward, Hidari gedan barai
  • Migi gyaku zuki
  • Step forward, Migi gedan barai
  • Hidari gyaku zuki – Kiai
  • Step backward, Hidari gedan barai
  • Step backward, Migi gedan barai
  • Hidari gyaku zuki
  • Step backward, Hidari gedan barai
  • Migi gyaku zuki
  • Step backward, Migi gedan barai
  • Hidari gyaku zuki – Kiai
  • Left leg steps forward, Yame, Musubi dachi

References

  1. Kata instructions provided courtesy of Martin Phillips, author of the Beginner Booklet for International Chito-Ryu Karate Federation of Australia, Added - 06/27/14




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