”Weapon” the Karateka“

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Seiken
Fore fist

Uraken
Back Knuckle

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Tettsui/Kensui
Hammer (Strike)

Hiraken
Flat Fist

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Ippon-Nukite
Index- or one finger stabbing attack

Nihon-Nukite
Two finger stabbing attack

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Ippon-Ken
One Knuckle -Fist

Nakadaka-Ippon-Ken
 Middle finger Knuckle

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Gaiwan (1)
Arm outside
Haiwan (2)
Back arm
Naiwan (3)
Arm inside

Shuwan (4)
Arm underside
Haito (1)
Ridge-Hand Strike
Haishu (2)
The back of the hand
Nukite (3)
Spear hand

Shuto (4)
(Sword- or Knife) hand
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Kumade
Bear hand

Keito
Cockscomb (wrist technique
)

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Kakuto/Koken
Wrist Joint

Washide
Eagle hand

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Seiryuto
Bull Strike
(the base of the SHUTO)

Teisho/Shotei
Palm Heel

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Empi/Hiji
Elbow 

Hiza
Knee

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Haisoku/Ashi no ko
Instep

Teisoku/Sokutei (1)
Sole of the foot

Kakato (2)
Heel

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Sokuto
Edge of foot

Koshi
(the base of the Foot)

Stance in Karate-Do

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Heisoku-Dachi
attention stance
Feet are together and pointed straight forward, bend slightly the Knee
e.g.: in Kata: Heian-Sandan
Musubi-Dachi
attention stance
with Feet pointed slightly  outward
e.g.: in  Ritsu-Rei

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Heiko-Dachi
a natural stance
Feet positioned about one shoulder width apart, with feet pointed straight forward
e.g.: in Kata: Bassai-Dai

Hachiji-Dachi/Shizentai
a natural stance
Feet positioned about one shoulder width apart, with feet pointed slightly  outward

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Zenkutsu-Dachi
Forward Stance
a stance which has most of the weight to the front, bend one knee, weight of  the knee
e.g.:in  Kata: Heian-Shodan
Sochin-Dachi or Fudo-Dachi
Immovable Stance
like Zenkutsu-Dachi just bend both knees, weight of  both knees
e.g.: in Kata: Sochin

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Kokutsu-Dachi
Back Stance
a stance which has most of the weight to the back e.g.:  in Kata: Heian-Shodan

Renoji-Dachi
a Stance with feet making a  L-Shape
like  Kokutsu-Dachi, just shorter
e.g.: in Kata: Kanku-Dai

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Kiba-Dachi
Straddle Stance
Feet positioned about double shoulder width apart, with feet pointed slightly inward, weight even over both knees
e.g.:  in Kata: Heian-Sandan

Shiko-Dachi
like Kiba-Dachi, just with Feet pointed slightly outward weight even over both knees, and the hips are lower

 

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Hangetsu-Dachi
Half-Moon Stance
Feet positioned about one shoulder width apart, with just bend both knees together
e.g.: in Kata: Hangetsu
Sanchin-Dachi
Hour-Glass Stance
like Hangetsu-Dachi, but both heel are of one line
e.g.: in Kata: Nijushiho

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Kosa-Dachi/Kake-Dachi
crossed-leg or feet stance,
left foot behind to the right foot; bend right knee
e.g.: in Kata: Heian-Yondan
Nekoashi-Dachi
Cat stance,
a stance which has most of the weight to the back
e.g.:  in Kata: Unsu

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Tsuru-Ashi-Dachi/
Sagiashi-Dachi
Crane or one leg- stance
right foot behind to the left foot
 (or knee); bend left knee

 

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