Instructions for Chito-Ryu Kata - Ni Ju Hichi Ko (or Nijuhichiko)
This page provides instructions for Chito-Ryu Karate Kata - Ni Ju Hichi Ko (or Nijuhichiko). For additional Chito-Ryu katas, please visit the main Chito-Ryu Katas page. If you need help with other Karate techniques (i.e. stances, kicks and strikes), please visit the main Karate section.
For other Karate katas (i.e. Shotokan), please visit the main Katas & Forms section. Written kata instructions for Ni Ju Hichi Ko (or Nijuhichiko) are listed below the video.
Video Demonstration of Kata - Ni Ju Hichi Ko (or Nijuhichiko)
Written Instructions for Kata - Ni Ju Hichi Ko (or Nijuhichiko)
- Left jodan-age uke (high-block)
- Right jodan-age uke (high-block)
- Left soto-uke (Inside to outside block)
- Right soto-uke (Inside to outside block)
- Left uchi-uke (Outside to inside block)
- Right uchi-uke (Outside to inside block)
- Left gedan berai (low block)
- Right gedan berai (low block)
- Left chudan-zuki (middle area punch from uchi-hachiji-dachi)
- Right chudan-zuki (middle area punch from uchi-hachiji-dachi)
- Left chudan-kagi-zuki (middle area side punch)
- Right chudan-kagi-zuki (middle area side punch)
- Left jodan-ushiro-mawashi-zuki (high, rearward, roundhouse punch)
- Right jodan-ushiro-mawashi-zuki (high, rearward, roundhouse punch)
- Left tate-empi-uchi (face elbow strike)
- Right tate-empi-uchi (face elbow strike)
- Left shuto-uke (open hand block)
- Right shuto-uke (open hand block)
- Left chudan-teisho-uchi (open hand palm forward strike)
- Right chudan-teisho-uchi (open hand palm forward strike)
- Left yoko-empi-uchi, mawashi-empi-uchi (side, elbow strike in shiko-dachi, roundhouse elbow strike)
- Right yoko-empi-uchi, mawashi-empi-uchi (side, elbow strike in shiko-dachi, roundhouse elbow strike)
- Left jodan-ushiro-mawashi-empi-uchi (high, rearward, roundhouse, elbow strike)
- Right jodan-ushiro-mawashi-empi-uchi (high, rearward, roundhouse, elbow strike)
- Ushiro-empi-uchi (rearward, elbow strike both elbows at once) - Yell (Kiai)
- Kennebecasis Valley Karate Club, Beginner's Corner, http://www.nbchitoryu.com/kvkarate/Beginners_Kihons.html, Added - 06/23/14
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