Japanese lexicon in video of the perfect Karateka:
If you are new to karate, or if you have trouble with different Japanese technical terms used in Karate, this Japanese lexicon in video of the perfect Karateka is made for you. This is a kind of Japanese French dictionary, in video where I have you translates the main Japanese terms of Karate into French.
We are very often lost with Japanese terms specific to Karate. Indeed, when the teacher announces: Ayumi Ashi Gedan Bars en Zenkutsu DashiFollowed by Yori Ashi Chudan Gyaku Zuki then Mae-Geri, put behind in Kokutsu Dashi with Shuto Uke »… Uh ... I have to do what exactly! 🙁
It must be admitted that Karate is not simple. It's technically quite complicated but in addition there is a multitude of Japanese terms to know and we are quickly lost if we have not acquired some bases.
If you too are sometimes lost, do not worry, I thought of you and I prepared you a video lexicon of the perfect Karateka with the French translation of the Key Japanese terms used in Shotokan Karate :
- To begin, we will discuss together some notions of Japanese, and especially how to count to 10.
- Then we will see the different positions and the different trips, the handguns and foot and the various defense and attack techniques. (And I show you each technique as you go on the video, so that you can assimilate each term more easily by viewing it live)
- We will then see the different types of training in karate: Combinations Kihon, The Kata, The bunkais and the different types of Kumite.
But the best thing is that you discover this Japanese lexicon of the perfect Karateka by yourself, directly on the video below.
If you want to take notes, take a sheet of paper and a pencil because there is a lot to remember. I will prepare a PDF file later but for now, I prefer you to take notes, I think it's better to remember. Attention, warm up your neurons well, they will be put to contribution
So, I hope you enjoyed this video and that you learned and remembered some Japanese terms. For now, have your neurons rest and review your notes and the video from time to time to fully understand this course.
Of course I could not put ALL the Japanese terms used in karate, but I think I put the main ones. But if you remember everything in this video you should already be well armed to understand the Kihon and other Kata available from your club teacher.
If you did not have time to take notes and for your convenience, I made you a pdf file to download:
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