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spacer Counting

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ichi = one

ni = two

san = three

shi = four

go = five

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roku = six

seichi = seven

hachi = eight

ku = nine

ju = ten

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spacer Stances

spacer Sanchin-dachi = Basic Stance
Musubi-dachi = Attention Stance
Zenkutsu-dachi = Forward Stance
Shiko-dachi = Sumo (Horse Stance)
Heiko-dachi = Natural Stance
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spacer Strikes

spacer Head = Jodan-tsuki  
Middle (Solar Plexus) = Chudan-tsuki  
Low (Groin_ = Gedan-tsuki  
Reverse Punch = Gyaku-tsuki  
Ridgehand = Haito-uchi  
Double Punch = Morote-tsuki  
Knifehand (chop) = Shuto-uchi  
Undercut punch = Atemi-tsuki  
Backfist = Uraken-uchi
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spacer Kicks

spacer Mae-geri = Front  
Yoko-geri = Side  
Mawashi-geri = Roundhouse  
Ushiro-geri = Back  
Fumikomi = Stomp
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spacer Etiquette

spacer Arigato = Thank You  
Onegai shimasu = Please help (teach) me  
Rei = Bow   Otagai ni rei = Bow to each other  
Sempai ni rei = Bow to assistant instructor  
Sensei ni rei = Bow to instructor  
Shido in ni rei = Bow to instructors  
Shomen ni rei = Bow to front
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spacer General Terminology

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Dojo = Training Hall

Geri = Kick

Gi = Uniform

Hajime = Begin

Hidari = Left

Kata = Form

Kiai = Battle Shout

Kiotsuke = Attention

Kumite = Fighting

Kiso-Kumite = Pre-Arranged Fighting

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Migi = Right

Obi = Belt

Sempai = Assistant Instructor

Sensei = Instructor

Tsuki = Strike (punch)

Uchi = Strike

Uke = Block

Yame = Stop

Yasume = Attention (at ease)

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