How to tie a belt in karate

1. How to tie a belt in karate

First fold the tape in half with the logo facing up. Then put the crease on your right hand, and your left hand also holds the track belt, about 10cm from your right hand. Put the belt in the middle of your body and wrap it backwards. Exchange the straps with both hands behind your back, put the strap on your right hand under the strap on the side you hold in your left hand after the exchange, and wrap it around the front to compare them. Is it possible that the strap on your left hand is 10cm longer than the strap on your right hand? If not, stretch the strap on your left hand.

Put the left-hand strap (long) on the right-hand strap and press it. Then wrap the long belt from the bottom, and pay attention to wrapping the belt of the inner layer. Is it the same length to tighten the two straps. Then now the belt on the right hand is turned up, and the belt on the left hand is put in. Tighten, adjust and make the tied knot look better. The tied knot should make the two straps tilt up and then fold the straps down to look good.

2. Karate belt classification:

Level 10-9: leucorrhea (beginner)

Grade 8: yellow belt grade 7: red belt grade 6: orange belt grade 5: blue belt grade 4: green belt grade 3: Purple belt grade 2-1: Tea belt (divided into two sections of tea belt and one section of tea belt).

Leucorrhea: after you get started, you can purchase it together with Taoist clothes

Yellow belt: physical fitness, basic skills, Wuben group hands, Ping’an section 2

Red band: all contents of yellow band, hands of Sanben group, and initial section of Ping’an

Orange band: all contents of the red band, three groups of hands (positive and negative), Ping’an three

Blue band: orange band all contents, one group hand, Ping’an four sections

Green belt: all contents of blue belt, one team, five sections of Ping’an, three people actual combat, one broken board

Purple belt: all the contents of green belt, one team player, the first stage of iron riding, five person actual combat, and three broken boards

Tea belt: all the contents of purple belt, one group of hands, two sets of free type, ten people actual combat, five broken boards

Black belt (entry section): all contents of tea belt, 11 sets, 20 people actual combat, 10 broken boards

3. Origin of karate

Karate is a combination of Japanese traditional fighting skills and Ryukyu martial arts tangshou, which originated from Japanese martial arts and Ryukyu tangshou. The tang hand was introduced into Ryukyu by Chinese martial arts and developed by local Ryukyu players. Japanese natives combined the wrestling skills of Kyushu and Honshu with the tang hand, and eventually formed karate. After World War II, it was widely spread around the world through US military propaganda. Karate includes kicking, hitting, throwing, holding, throwing, locking, wringing, reverse skills, and acupoint tapping. Some schools also practice weapon skills.

In the 12th Asian Games in Hiroshima, Japan in 1994, karate became an official competition for the first time. The karate competition venue is generally 8 × 8m; As for the competition items, there are two types: Routine Competition (type) and fighting competition (group hand). In the group hand competition, the scoring standard is that one side’s effective attack causes the opponent to lose the fighting ability instantaneously or the center of gravity moves significantly.

Training methods of karate


Two persons shall stand at the actual combat distance, and Party A shall spread five fingers with both hands to reach about 5cm away from Party B’s face.

Shake Party B’s face to the left and right at will, and Party B will follow the opposite direction of Party A’s hand to avoid Party A’s hand.

At the same time, Party B’s hands make fighting and protective actions.

He is sitting in a dark room, lighting incense or candles, and staring. It is very helpful to practice eyesight and improve mental attention.

In the double training, Party A uses a stick to pull flowers in the air, while Party B watches and imitates Party A’s sports line with his hands.

Through these exercises, you can gradually and accurately observe the movements and offensive changes of the other side.

In actual combat, you can observe the change of the opponent’s line of sight and see the opponent’s movements of punching and kicking.

But you must not follow the other party’s line of sight.

Otherwise, it will give the opponent an opportunity to attack himself.

At the same time, the fear of the opponent’s eyes is also the time to launch an attack.

Exercise of waist strength

Make the waist move quickly and maintain relative stability. Generally, rabbit jumping, jumping up, abdominal tucking and jogging are used to improve waist strength. Pay attention to your strength when practicing.

Precautions for Karate practice

1. When receiving the coach’s instruction in the ashram, take action and respond immediately. (don’t waste time) you are not allowed to practice fighting without a coach. Do not leave the arrangement without the permission of the coach. When leaving, it is not allowed to pass between the coach and the lineup, but should leave after the lineup.

2. The title of coach should be respected, such as senior, teacher, teacher, etc.

3. Do not eat, drink, smoke or chew gum in the ashram.

4. When entering or leaving the ashram, you must salute to the ashram and say “OSU!” This symbolizes respect for the dojo and its students.

5. When you enter the dojo late, you should kneel at the back of the dojo and face the rear. You can’t stand until the coach allows you to enter the dojo, then salute and say “OSU!” Can be arranged from the last row. (try to avoid being late!)

6. When the coach speaks to you, say “OSU!” loudly reply. Practice is a very serious matter. During this period, you should be absolutely attentive. You should not talk or laugh, or harass other students. If there is no instruction, wait for the instruction in a “standing still” posture. In any case, you must obey the coach’s orders.

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