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Programa de exámenes Categorías Kyu - Dan

REGLAS SISTEMA DE CERTIFICACION

 JKA/HQ tiene establecidos requisitos y reglas para los procedimientos de examinación y certificación de las Categorías de KYU y DAN.

REQUISITOS

Para optar a Examinación y Certificación oficial JKA Chile en Categoría KYU, los postulantes deben haber permanecido los siguientes tiempos mínimos en cada grado utilizando el cinturón correspondiente al nivel que tenga registrado en su Pasaporte JKA Chile en el que debe constar la fecha, registro última examinación aprobada con sello o firma del Examinador oficial.

 CONSIDERACIONES 

        Calidad, destrezas y habilidades de acuerdo al programa por cada grado y edad.

        Línea técnica y potencia acorde a grado y edad.

        Asistencia mínima de 80% por grado, en base a 3 sesiones de práctica por semana en su Dojo.

        Desde el grado de 3er. kyu el alumno deberá estar documentado en aspectos históricos con conocimientos del estilo.

        Además requiere madurez física y psicológica de acuerdo a edad.

PROGRAMA EXÁMENES KYU

 10th Kyu

KIHON – In place basics in SHIZEN TAI

  1. CHUUDAN CHOKUZUKI
  2. JOUDAN AGEUKE
  3. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE
  4. GEDAN BARAI
  5. MAEGERI (HEISOKU DACHI, GEDAN KAKIWAKE)

*GOREI command (From right side in turn for each Waza)

9th Kyu 

KIHON – In place basics in SHIZEN TAI ti ZENKUTSU DACHI and back to SHIZEN TAI

  1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI
  2. JOUDAN AGEUKE
  3. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE
  4. MAEGERI (ZENKUTSU DACHI, GEDAN KAKIWAKE)

* GOREI command (From right side two action in turn for each WAZA)

8th Kyu 

KIHON – IDOU KIHON Moving basics

  1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
  2. JOUDAN AGEUKE (step in)
  3. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE (step in)
  4. GEDAN BARAI (step in)
  5. KOKUTSU SHUTOU UKE (step in)
  6. MAEGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE) (step in)
  7. YOKOGERI KEAGE (in HEISOKU DACHI, right and left 2 times each)

KATA – TAIKYOKU SHOUDAN 

KUMITE – GOHON KUMITE (JOUDAN JUNZUKI, CHUUDAN JUNZUKI)   

7th Kyu 

KIHON – IDOU KIHON Moving basics 

  1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
  2. JOUDAN AGEUKE (step back)
  3. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE (step in)
  4. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE (step back)
  5. KOKUTSU SHUTOU UKE (step in)
  6. MAEGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE) (step in)
  7. YOKOGERI KEAGE (in KIBA DACHI, stepping in, right and left)

KATA – HEIAN SHODAN 

KUMITE – GOHON KUMITE (JOUDAN JUNZUKI, CHUUDAN JUNZUKI) 

6th Kyu 

 KIHON – IDO KIHON Moving basics

  1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
  2. JOUDAN AGEUKE (step back)
  3. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE (step in)
  4. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE (step back)
  5. KOKUTSU SHUTOU UKE (step in)
  6. MAEGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE) (step in)
  7. YOKOGERI KEAGE (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)
  8. YOKOGERI KEKOMI (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)

KATA – HEIAN NIDAN 

KUMITE – KIHON IPPON KUMITE (JOUDAN JUNZUKI – right and left, CHUUDAN JUNZUKI – right and left) 

5th Kyu 

KIHON – IDO KIHON Moving basics

  1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
  2. JOUDAN AGEUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
  3. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step in)
  4. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE, CHUUDAN GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
  5. KOKUTSU SHUTOU UKE (step in)
  6. MAEGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE) (step in)
  7. YOKOGERI KEAGE (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)
  8. YOKOGERI KEKOMI (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)

KATA – HEIAN SANDAN 

KUMITE – KIHON IPPON KUMITE (JOUDAN JUNZUKI – right and left, CHUUDAN JUNZUKI – right and left, CHUUDAN MAEGERI – right and left), GEDAN KAKIWAKE – right and left)

4th Kyu 

KIHON – IDO KIHON Moving basics

  1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
  2. JOUDAN AGEUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
  3. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step in)
  4. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
  5. KOKUTSU SHUTOU UKE, ZENKUTSU NUKITE (step in)
  6. MAEGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAK) (step in)
  7. YOKOGERI KEAGE (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)
  8. YOKOGERI KEKOMI (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)

KATA – HEIAN YONDAN 

KUMITE – KIHON IPPON KUMITE (JOUDAN JUNZUKI – right and left, CHUUDAN JUNZUKI – right and left, CHUUDAN MAEGERI GEDAN KAKIWAKE – right and left, CHUUDAN YOKOGERI KEKOMI – right and left) 

3rd Kyu 

KIHON – IDO KIHON Moving basics

  1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
  2. JOUDAN AGEUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
  3. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE, GYAKUZUKI (step in)
  4. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
  5. KOKUTSU SHUTOU UKE, ZENKUTSU NUKITE (step in)
  6. MAEGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE) (step in)
  7. REN GERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE CHUUDAN, JOUDAN) (step in)
  8. MAWASHIGERI
  9. YOKOGERI KEAGE (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)
  10. YOKOGERI KEKOMI (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)

KATA – HEIAN GODAN 

KUMITE – KIHON IPPON KUMITE (JOUDAN JUNZUKI – right and left, CHUUDAN JUNZUKI – right and left, CHUDAN MAEGERI GEDAN KAKIWAKE – right and left, CHUDAN YOKOGERI KEKOMI – right and left)

2nd Kyu 

KIHON – IDO KIHON Moving basics

  1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
  2. JOUDAN AGEUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
  3. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE in ZENKUTSU DACHI, changing stance to KIBA DACHI, YOKO ENPI, YOKO URAKEN UCHI (step in)
  4. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
  5. KOKUTSU SHUTOU UKE, ZANKUTSU NUKITE (step in)
  6. MAEGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE, CHUUDAN, JOUDAN) (step in)
  7. REN GERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE, CHUUDAN, JOUDAN) (step in)
  8. MAWASHI GERI (step in)
  9. YOKOGERI KEAGE (in KIBA DACHI, right and left) (step in)
  10. YOKOGERI KEKOMI (in ZENKUTSU DACHI) (step in)

KATA – TEKKI SHODAN 

KUMITE – JIYUU IPPON KUMITE (JODAN JUNZUKI, CHUUDAN JUNZUKI, CHUUDAN MAEGERI, CHUUDAN YOKOGERI KEKOMI right) 

1st Kyu 

KIHON – IDO KIHON Moving basics

  1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
  2. SANBON RENZUKI (step in)
  3. JOUDAN AGEUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
  4. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE, YOKO ENPI, YOKO URAKEN UCHI (ZENKUTSU DACHI changing stance to KIBA DACHI) (step in)
  5. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
  6. KOKUTSU SHUTOU UKE, ZENKUTSU NUKITE (step in)
  7. MAEGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE) (step in)
  8. REN GERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE, CHUUDAN, JOUDAN) (step in)
  9. MAWASHIGERI (step in)
  10. YOKOGERI KEAGE (in KIBA DACHI – right and left) (step in)
  11. YOKOGERI KEKOMI (ZENKUTSUDACHI)

KATA – BASSAI DAI, KANKU DAI, ENPI or JION (your choice) 

KUMITE – JIYU IPPON KUMITE (JOUDAN JUNZUKI, CHUUDAN JUNZUKI, CHUUDAN MAEGERI, CHUUDAN YOKOGERI KEKOMI, CHUUDAN MAWASHI GERI) right

*Inform your choice of JOUDAN or CHUUDAN for MAWASHIGERI

REQUISITOS

Shodan

Para optar a Examinación y Certificación de grado SHODAN JKA/HQ, los postulantes deben haber permanecido el tiempo mínimo requerido en el grado Cinturón Café 1° KYU, el que debe encontrarse registrado en su Pasaporte JKA Chile con número de registro de aprobación y sello o firma del Examinador.

Para optar a Examinación y Certificación para cada una de las categorías desde NIDAN JKA/HQ, en adelante los postulantes deben cumplir con requisitos de tiempos mínimos que se informan en cuadro DAN y consideraciones que se informan presentando Pasaporte JKA Chile o JKA/HQ en que debe constar su registro y fecha de última examinación o copia de su Diploma JKA/HQ.

CONSIDERACIONES 

  • Grado Shodan, debe ser una persona con antecedentes intachables, poseer los conocimientos fundamentales de karate-do, comprender sus principios y teorías, y ser capaz de usarlas y aplicarlas lo suficientemente bien.
  • Desde Graduación Shodan los practicantes para optar a categorías superiores deben previamente haber participado en los Seminarios o Cursos Nacionales que convoquen JKA Chile y mínimo a un Seminario Internacional en Chile de acuerdo a calendarización Zonal el año previo a su examinación.

PROGRAMA EXÁMENES DAN

1st Dan 

KIHON – IDO KIHON Moving basics

  1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
  2. SANBON RENZUKI (step in)
  3. JOUDAN AGEUKE, GYAKUZUKI (step back)
  4. CHUUDAN SOTOUKE, YOKO ENPI, YOKOURA KENUCHI, GYAKUZUKI (ZENKUTSU DACHI changing stance to KIBA DACHI changing stance to ZENKUTSUDACHI) (step in)
  5. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE, KIZAMI ZUKI, GYAKU ZUKI (step back)
  6. KOKUTSU SHUTOU UKE, ZENKUTSU NUKITE (step in)
  7. MAEGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE) (step in)
  8. RENGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE CHUUDAN, JOUDAN) (step in)
  9. MAWASHIGERI (step in)
  10. YOKOGERI KEAGE (KIBA DACHI – right and left) (step in)
  11. YOKOGERI KEKOMI (ZENKUTSUDACHI)

KATA – BASSAI DAI, KANKU DAI, ENPI or JION (your choice) 

KUMITE – JIYU IPPON KUMITE (right JOUDAN JUNZUKI, right CHUUDAN JUNZUKI, right CHUUDAN MAEGERI, right CHUUDAN YOKOGERI KEKOMI, right CHUUDAN MAWASHI GERI – one side only)

2nd Dan 

KIHON – IDO KIHON Moving basics

  1. CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
  2. SANBON RENZUKI (step in)
  3. AGEUKE, SOTOUKE (with same arm), GYAKUZUKI (step back)
  4. UCHIUKE, KIZAMIZUKI, GYAKUZUKI (KOKUTSU DACHI to ZENKUTSU DACHI) (step in)
  5. KOUKUTSU SHUTOU UKE, KIZAMI MAEGERI, ZENKUTSU NUKITE (step back)
  6. RENGERI (GEDAN KAKIWAKE CHUUDAN, JOUDAN) (step in)
  7. YOKOGERI KEAGE, YOKOGERI KEKOMI (KIBA DACHI, alternate feet),
  8. YOKOGERI KEKOMI (ZENKUTSUDACHI) (step in)
  9. MAWASHIGERI (step in)
  10. AGEUKE (step back), MAWASHIGERI, YOKOURA KENUCHI, CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)

KATA – Student’s favorite KATA 

KUMITE – JIYU KUMITE 

3rd Dan 

KIHON – IDO KIHON Moving basics

  1. JOUDAN KIZAMI ZUKI, JOUDAN JUNZUKI, CHUUDAN GYAKUZUKI (free Kamae) (step in)
  2. JOUDAN AGEUKE, CHUUDAN SOTOUKE (with same arm), GYAKUZUKI (step back)
  3. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE, KIZAMI ZUKI, GYAKU ZUKI (KOKUTSU DACHI to ZENKUTSU DACHI) (step in)
  4. KOKUTSU SHUTOU UKE, KIZAMI MAEGERI, ZENKUTSU NUKITE (step back)
  5. AGEUKE (step back), MAWASHIGERI, YOKOURA KENUCHI, CHUUDAN JUNZUKI (step in)
  6. MAWASHI GERI, GYAKUZUKI, YOKOGERI KEKOMI, GYAKUZUKI, MAWASHIGERI, GYAKUZUKI (alternate feet) (step in)

KATA – Student’s favorite KATA 

KUMITE – JIYU KUMITE 

4th Dan 

KIHON  – IDO KIHON Moving basics

  1. SANBON RENZUKI (free Kamae) (step in)
  2. AGEUKE, SOTOUKE (with same arm), GYAKUZUKI (step back)
  3. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE, KIZAMIZUKI, GYAKUZUKI (KOKUTSU DACHI, ZENKUTSU DACHI) (step in)
  4. SHUTOU UKE, KIZAMI MAEGERI, ZENKUTSU NUKITE (step back)
  5. MAEGERI, JUNZUKI (step in)
  6. MAEGERI GYAKUZUKU (step in
  7. YOKOGERI KEKOMI GYAKU ZUKI (step in)
  8. MAWASHIGERI, GYAKUZUKI (step in)
  9. MAEGERI, YOKOGERI KEKOMI, USHIROGERI (ZENKUTSU DACHI same feet right and left) 

KATA – from HEIAN SHODAN to TEKKI NIDAN specified by examiner, Student’s favorite KATA 

KUMITE – JIYU KUMITE 

5th Dan 

KIHON – IDO KIHON Moving basics

  1. SANBON RENZUKI (step in)
  2. AGE UKE, SOTOUKE (with same arm), GYAKUZUKI (step back)
  3. CHUUDAN UCHIUKE, KIZAMIZUKI, GYAKUZUKI (KOUKUTSU DACHI, ZENKUTSUDACHI) (step in)
  4. SHUTOU UKE, KIZAMI MAEGERI, ZENKUTSU NUKITE (step back)
  5. MAEGERI, JOUDAN JUNZUKI, CHUUDAN GYAKUZUKI (step in)
  6. YOKOGERI KEKOMI, GYAKUZUKI (step in)
  7. MAWASHIGERI, GYAKUZUKI (step in)
  8. MAEGERI YOKOGERI KEKOMI, MAWASHIGERI, GYAKUZUKI (alternate feet) (step in)
  9. MAEGERI, YOKOGERI KEKOMI, USHIROGERI (ZENKUTSUDACHI, with same foot, right and left)

KATA – from HEIAN SHODAN to TEKKI SANDAN – specified by examiner, Student’s favorite KATA (Question and Answer Session) 

KUMITE – JIYU KUMITE 

6th Dan 

KIHON – Specified by examiner

KATA – BASSAI DAI, KANKUDAI, ENPI or JION – specified by examiner. Student’s favorite KATA (Question and Answer Session)

KUMITE – JIYU KUMITE

– Question and Answer Session on technique

– Submit a report on technique on the exam day

7th Dan 

KIHON Specified by examiner

KATA – Student’s favorite KATA (Question and Answer Session)

KUMITE – JIYU KUMITE

– Question and Answer Session on technique

– Submit a report on technique on the exam day

8th Dan

Recommendation by Shihankai

9th Dan and 10th Dan 

Recommendation by Shihankai


NOTE: <from 2nd Dan to 7th Dan> General KUMITE for men/ woman the age of 60 and above are required JIYU KUMITE or JIYU IPPON KUMITE (JODAN JUNZUKI, CHUDAN JUNZUKIM CHUDAN MAEGERIM CHUDAN YOKOGERI KEKOMI, MAWASHIGERI) right

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