Sensei is the Japanese word for teacher. Many styles of Karate will refer to their instructors as sensei. However, lower graded black belts who instruct may be referred to as senpai, meaning senior student, and highly graded or senior black belts will be referred to as Shihan/hanshi meaning master or expert. Some of these senior grades may choose to be referred to as sensei, as a way of being less removed from his/her students
The people usually calls them "Sensei" which means teacher in Japanese.
A karate instructor is usually called "Sensei" or master. Sensei means "one who has gone before" or teacher in Japanese.
It is called an ushiro geri.See this video by Sensei Warren Levi to learn this kick.
Itosu Ankō - He is denoted as the godfather of karate. Sensei Gichin Funakoshi - He is the founder of Shotokan and is considered as the father of modern karate. Higaonna Kanryō Really good teachers can trace their lineage back to Matsumura, who taught Itosu.
If you enter karate in karate class you may ask your sensei for a uniform or even you can buy it online.
There is actually lots of different types of karate but in the karate i do the grand master is sensei ken WA mabooni
Girls can definetly do karate. As an example i do karate and i have received my black belt. Also my sempai and sensei are girls.
you have to beat your sensei. and if you beat your sensei you will be ninja instead of black belt.
Karate-ka - Karate student Sensei means "teacher" Sempai means "Senior" (as in senior karate student)