Karaté - Budo

Eléments essentiels à la compréhension du karaté

Karate Budo
 
Goju-ryu kata
Kata Remarks Lien to video
1 Sanchin

Means three battles or three wars.

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2 Gekisai ichi

Means to attack (geki), to break (sai), one (ichi).

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3 Gekisai ni Means to attack (geki), to break (sai), two (ni). >> Video
4 Saifa Means to break (sai) and to tear (fa). >> Video
5 Seiyunchin Means to control (sei), to pull (yun) and battle (chin). >> Video
6 Sanseru Means 36 hands (san: 3, sei: 10 and ru: 6). >> Video
7 Shisochin Means fighting in four directions (shi 4, so: direction and chin: battle). >> Video
8 Sepai Means 18 hands (se: 10 and pai: 8). >> Video
9 Sesan Means 13 hands (se: 10 and san: 3). >> Video
10 Kururunfa Means long control and suddenly attack (Ku: long, ru: to maintain, run: sudden way: to tear). >> Video
11 Suparinpei

Means 108 hands.

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12 Tensho

Means rotating or fluid hands (ten: to turn, sho: palm).

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