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Karate Kyokushinkai Program

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The Program is based on Sensei Goudkov successful experience of training his students who have become champions of international and national championships around the world.

It is absolutely suitable for men, women and children.

The Program includes:

1.
Technique (Kihon) blocks, strikes, kicks, throws, takedowns, stances, movements and breathing.

2.
Meditation (Zazen) helps to achive greater levels of concentration and focus for the karate practice and the ordinary life.

3.
Form (Kata) provides physical and mental training, and contains the important element of self-defense.

4. Self-Defense (Goshin-Jitsu) is a method of practical application of various techniques that teach you to protect yourself and your loved ones in a real-life situation.

Alexander Chudov
- Champion of Europe 1995
- Champion and prize-winner of
Russia, Central Asia, and Euro-Asian championships 1990-1995

5. Martial Fitness improves Cardio respiratory endurance, Muscular strength, Mascular edurance, Flexibility and Body Composition.

6.
Fights (Kumite) Besides to enjoy the way to self-development by sparrings in the Dojo (gym), you are able to test your ego, your spirit and your strength participating in a range of national and international Kyokushin fighting tournaments, such as "Full - Contact", "Semi - Contact" Clicker (point system) as well as a Kata competition.

About Kyokushinkai

Kyokushinkai is a style of a full contact karate, founded by Masutatsu Oyama to achive the maximum effectiveness of his Martial Art method and make it suitable for 21st century practitioners.

David Manasyan
- multiple Champion of Canada and USA
in Kumite and Kata 2002-2007

The Kyokushinkai is based on traditional Okinawan karate like Goju-ryu and Shotokan, techniques and tactics from Daito-ryu Aiki-jujutsu, Judo, Chakuriki (Chinese Fist), Taiki Ken (Chinese Internal Style) and Muay Thai (Thai Kickboxing). See the Kyokushin Lineage >> (by Oyama's family).

This is a reason why there are over 12 million practitioners of Kyokushin karate around the world nowdays.

Mark Lavin
- multiple Champion of Canada and USA
in Kumite and Kata 2005-2009

Kyokushinkai

Kyokushinkai

Kyokushinkai is composed of three characters:

Kyoku - "Ultimate"

Shin - "Truth"

Kai - "Society"

Kanku

Kanku

The Kanku is the symbol of Kyokushinkai is from the Kanku Kata.
The top and bottom points symbolize the ultimate points.
The thick sections symbolize power.
The center circle symbolizes infinite depth.
The circle, symbolize continuity and circular action.

Terminology

Dojo - Training hall

Tettsui - Hummer Fist

Kiai - Shout

Kumite - Fighting

Shihan - Master 5th Dan & +

Barai - Parry

Keage - Rising

Uraken - Back Fist

Sensei - Teacher 3rd & 4th Dans

Chusoku - Ball of Foot

Mawate - Turn

Seiken - Fore Fist

Senpai - Senior 1st & 2nd Dans

Haisoku - Instep

Jodan - Upper Level

Hajime - Begin

Otogai - Everyone

Hiji - Elbow

Chudan - Middle Level

Yame - Stop

ni Rei - Bow to

Hiza Knee

Gedan - Lower Level

Yoi - Ready

Kamaete - Take Position

Juji - Crossed

Shita - Lower

Hidary - Left

Mokuso - Eyes Closed

Kake - Hooked

Age - Rising

Migi - Right

Mugorei - No Counting

Nukite - Finger

Ago - Chin

Dachi - Stance

Naore - Return to Position

Shotei - Palm Heel

Gammen - Face

Geri - Kick

Renraku - Combination

Shuto - Knife Hand

Hizo - Spleen

Tsuki - Punch

Seiza - Kneeling Position

Sayu - Left & Right

Mae - Forward

Uke - Block

Kaiten - Complite Circle

Shomen - Front

Oroshi - Descending

Geaku - Reverse

Ura - Revers or Backwards

Tate - Vertical

Uchi - Inside/Strike

Oi- Lunge

Mawashi - Roundhouse

Yoko - Side

Ushiro - Backward

Kihon - Basics

Yevgeniy Borisenko
- multiple Champion of USA
in Kumite 2005-2010

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