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Графическое руководство по базовой технике с 10-го Кю по 2-й Дан Ханши Стива Арнейла 9-й Дан.

10 Кю, 9 Кю, 8 Кю, 7 Кю, 6 Кю, 5 Кю, 4 Кю, 3 Кю, 2 Кю, 1 Кю, 1 Дан, 2 Дан

Изучение и отработка базовой техники является основополагающим принципом подготовки в Кёкусинкай. (О необходимости постоянной работы над кихоном см. статью А.Танюшкина «Кихон – душа каратэ»).

Благодаря большой работе Ханши Стива Арнейла по систематизации техники стиля Кёкусинкай и его огромному методическому опыту тренера, вся базовая техника объединена в комплексы. Это позволяет облегчить и ускорить её освоение и отработку.

Кихон (базовая техника) на каждую ступень – Кю, Дан (пояс) предствляет собой связанный комплекс из стоек, ударов и блоков (по принципу ката), соответствующих нормативным требованиям на данную ступень.

Каждый из комплексов может выполняться как на месте (по одному элементу на каждый счёт), так и в перемещениях в различных стойках (по одному элементу на каждый шаг).


A pictorial manual of the basic syllabus techniques from 10th Kyu to 2nd Dan
By Hanshi Steve Arneil 9th dan

Hanshi Steve Arneil 9th Dan is President and Chief Instructor of the British Karate Kyohushinkai. He Is also the founder and President of the International Federation of Karate


Kihon, or 'basics', is the very core of Karate. Only by practice and repetition can one ever develop the strength and reflexes necessary to become a true martial artist.
But constant repetition by its very nature may be considered boring and tedious and the student who feels this soon becomes demotivated and lethargic. Kihon alone is insufficient to keep the less focused mind stimulated. The student becomes distracted, their goal less clearly defined. It is therefore necessary for the instructor to be able to vary the way in which these exercises are taught in order to maintain the student's interest. With this in mind Hanshi Steve Arneil 9th Dan has taken the BKK syllabus, established and developed over the last 30 Years, and incorporated it into a series of semi-aerobic exercises.
The purpose of this is twofold;

Firstly, when used at the beginning of a training session, they serve as a useful series of warm-up exercises, providing excellent cardio-vascular work whilst simultaneously acquainting the student with the techniques necessary for each grade of the syllabus.

Secondly, they provide the instructor (or individual student) with a controlled introduction to kumite (fighting) through a series of co-ordinated movements that actually utilize the syllabus techniques in a practical way. By alternating consecutive techniques from right to left the student learns to co-ordinate a series of attack or defense movements through the natural rhythms of the body.

I hope the benefits of such exercises are clear. For the beginner they demonstrate a concise pattern for learning the necessary techniques required to achieve higher grades. For the instructor and senior student they provide a platform on which to build a greater understanding of the martial arts.

With a little imagination the permutations within these exercises are endless.


The author wishes to extend his sincere thanks to the serving members of the BKK technical committee for their help and assistance in the compilation of this manual and to Trevor Gorard 2nd Dan, for the layout and illustration of the diagrams.

Dick © 2002-2003