Instructions for Gensei-Ryu Kata - Taikyoko

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Instructions for Gensei-Ryu Kata - Taikyoko

This page will help you to learn the Gensei-Ryu Kata - Taikyoko. This low-level kata is very similar to Taikyoko kata used by other Karate styles (such as Shotokan's Taikyoku Shodan). For additional Gensei-Ryu katas, please visit the main Gensei-Ryu Katas page.

To learn other Karate katas (i.e. Shotokan), please visit the main Katas & Forms section.

Demonstration Video of Gensei-Ryu Kata - Taikyoko

Written Kata Instructions

  • Ready stance
  • Turn left 90 degrees, left front stance, left low block
  • Step forward, right front stance, right middle punch
  • Turn right 180 degrees, right front stance, right low block
  • Step forward, left front stance, left middle punch
  • Turn left 90 degrees, left front stance, left low block
  • Step forward, right front stance, right middle punch
  • Step forward, left front stance, left middle punch
  • Step forward, right front stance, right middle punch, yell Kiai
  • Turn left 270 degrees, left front stance, left low block
  • Step forward, right front stance, right middle punch
  • Turn 180 degrees, right front stance, right low block
  • Step forward, left front stance, left middle punch
  • Turn left 90 degrees, left front stance, left low block
  • Step forward, right front stance, right middle punch
  • Step forward, left front stance, left middle punch
  • Step forward, right front stance, right middle punch, yell Kiai
  • Turn left 270 degrees, left front stance, left low block
  • Step forward, right front stance, right middle punch
  • Turn right 180 degrees, right front stance, right low block
  • Step forward, left front stance, left middle punch
  • Return to ready stance

Reference Sources

  1. Kata instructions provided courtesy of Black Belt Wiki, Added - 01/13/15



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