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Black Belt

Hidden : 05/17/2009
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4 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

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Requirements for Black Belt

Shodan

 Congratulations...now you're a BLACK BELT - well almost.  You started out as a White belt, and from there moved on to Yellow and Orange belts. After that came Purple belt and you were allowed to wear a black ghi! After that, you became a Blue belt and then Blue with a stripe. You could see the end of your journey. Then you were a Green belt followed by a Green with a stripe. After that came Brown. And now..... BLACK BELT! The requirements for black belt are particularly strenuous.  You need to be familiar with the five school animals, and what they represent.  The  school animals are the dragon, the snake, the crane, the tiger, and the leopard.  You must also be aware of the school rules.  They are character, effort, etiquette, self-control and sincerity.  And above all, you must be familiar with ALL your material.  When preparing to test for black belt, students will review all their material, from white belt to brown belt.  Students are required to know all their forms, blocks, punches, grabs and defenses against knives and clubs. They will know all their kenpos and all of their combinations.  Combinations are numbered.  Kenpos are identified by letters.  Students testing for black will show tremendous strength and fortitude as they condition their bodies for a test that lasts for hours.  Countless hours are spent reviewing material and honing their bodies to withstand the rigors of the black belt test.  Are you up for the challenge?

Strikes and Kicks
Front Two Knuckle Punch
Back Two Knuckle Punch
Thrust Punch
Palm Heel
Tiger Claw Chicken Wrist
Two Finger Poke
Spear Hand
Knife Hand
Elbow Strikes
Leopard Paw
Reverse Hammer
Back Hand
Back Fist
Tiger Rake
Tiger Mouth
Ridge Hand
Immortal Man
Trigger Finger
Cranes Beak
Bear Paw
Snake Bite
Eagles Talon
Poison Thumb
Dragons Tail
Dragons Foot
Front Ball Kick
Instep Kick
Side Kick
Back Kick
Crescent Kick
Reverse Crescent Kick
Front Heel Kick
Roundhouse Kick
Hook Kick
Axe Kick
Scissor Kick
Spinning Kicks
Combinations

#1 - #30 inclusive

Kenpo Punch Techniques

Kenpo A-P
Kenpo Brown Belt A-F
Kenpo Black Belt A-E
(total 27 lettered kenpos + unlettered kenpos
Forms

1 Pinan
2 Pinan
3 Pinan
4 Pinan
5 Pinan
1 Kata
2 Kata
3 Kata
4 Kata
5 Kata
6 Kata
Heian Nidan
Statue of the Crane
Hon Suki

Weapons
Shusi-No-Kon-Sho (bo)
Iado (sword)

Stances

Stationery and transitionery stances
 

Grabs


Defenses against any grabs
(take down or lock up opponent)
 

Other


Eight Point Blocking
Ten Point Blocking
Sixteen Point Blocking
Plum Tree Blocking
Club and Knife Techniques
(Using Takedowns and Joint Locks)
\ Defend against multiple attackers from multiple angles.
Defend with confidence, control fear




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