Instructions for Kyokushin Kata - Sokugi Taikyoku Sono San

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Instructions for Kyokushin Kata - Sokugi Taikyoku Sono San

This page provides details for Kyokushin Karate Kata Sokugi Taikyoku Sono San. This is one of the "kicking" katas for Kyokushin Karate.

Written instructions for Sokugi Taikyoku Sono San are provided below. This kata is very similar to Kyokushin Sokugi Taikyoku Sono Ni. Main difference is the Karate kicks used in the kata. In Sokugi Taikyoku Sono San, students use a crescent kick (versus a snap front kick in Ni). For other Kyokushin Karate katas, please visit the main Kyokushin Katas page.



Demonstration Video of Kyokushin Kata - Sokugi Taikyoku Sono San

Demonstration Video of Kyokushin Kata - Sokugi Taikyoku Sono San

Written Instructions for Kyokushin Kata - Sokugi Taikyoku Sono San

  • Ready position
  • Turn left 90 degrees, high side kick landing in a front stance
  • Crescent kick (kick goes inside to outside) landing in a front stance
  • Turn 180 degrees, high side kick landing in a front stance
  • Crescent kick (inside to outside) landing in a front stance
  • Turn left 90 degrees, high side kick landing in a front stance
  • Crescent kick (outside to inside) landing in a front stance
  • Crescent kick (outside to inside) landing in a front stance
  • Crescent kick (outside to inside) landing in a front stance, yell Kiai
  • Turn 270 degrees, high side kick landing in a front stance
  • Crescent kick (inside to outside) landing in a front stance
  • Turn 180 degrees, high side kick landing in a front stance
  • Crescent kick (in to out) landing in a front stance
  • Turn left 90 degrees, high side kick landing in a front stance
  • Crescent kick (outside to inside) landing in a front stance
  • Crescent kick (outside to inside) landing in a front stance
  • Crescent kick (outside to inside) landing in a front stance, yell Kiai
  • Turn 270 degrees, high side kick landing in a front stance
  • Crescent kick (inside to out side) landing in a front stance
  • Turn 180 degrees, high side kick landing in a front stance
  • Crescent kick (inside to outside) landing in a front stance
  • Return to ready position


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