Wado-Ryu Kumite Kihon - Nihonme (Kihon 2)

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Wado-Ryu Kumite Kihon - Nihonme (Kihon 2)

This page provides details for Wado-Ryu Kumite Kihon - Nihonme. This technique is also known as Wado-Ryu Kumite Kihon 2.

For other kihon techniques, please visit the main Wado-Ryu Kihon Kumite section. If you are looking for additional kumite techniques, please visit the main Karate Kumite section.

Instructions for Wado-Ryu Kihon 2

After bowing, the attacker takes one step forward and the defender takes one step backward, each assuming Migi Zenkutsu-dachi position (Right basic stance).

  • Attacker (Torre)
  1. Migi Zenkutsu-dachi (Right basic stance)
  2. Lunge forward with Migi Tsukkomi Jodan (Right high punch)
  3. Migi Surikomi Sokuto Chudan (Right step-up side kick) and land in Migi Zenkutsu-dachi (Right basic stance)
  • Defender (Uke)
  1. Migi Zenkutsu-dachi (Right basic stance)
  2. Move body obliquely backward and twist body to left to avoid punch while doing right Nagashi Soto-uke (middle block) to avoid punch
  3. Move to the left again twisting away and block the kick with glancing black using your right arm
  4. Move into your opponent, striking with shotei uke (palm heel strike) and haito (ridge hand strike) to the rib area

Instructional Video for Wado-Ryu Kumite Kihon Nihonme (Kihon 2)

Reference Sources

  1. Written instructions provided by the students of Kentai Karate, http://www.kentaikarate.co.uk, Added - 04/07/2015


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