it depends on the style of karate
in my karate it goes
if u r to young after brown3 u do black/white-black/yellow-black/orange-black/green ............and so on til u get full black
Yes In my Tang Soo Do Fed. it goes White-Yellow-Orange(Stripes)- Green (Stripes)-Red (Stripes)- Blue(Stripes) - Black Belt(Degrees)
Most clubs have different colors at different levels. Our organization, for example, doesn't even use red in our ranking system. The colored belt system originated in Judo and was adapted for use in karate. Originally, the only four colors used were white, green, brown and black. As systems progressed and became more teaching processed became more organized, new belts were added to offer students intermediary goals.
In the Okinawa tradition, the red belt is the highest possible and worn by those that have achieved the rank of 9th or 10th Dan.
Generally yellow. In some schools, however, some students start when they are very young, so if they master some of the skills needed, but not all of them, they will get a white belt with a yellow stripe, and then a yellow belt with a white stripe before going to the full yellow belt.
That will depend on the style and school of karate. Yellow is typically a fairly low level belt. Orange or green often come next in the progression. You should check your school's advancement system and criteria to see what applies there.
It depends on the school and the style. In most some form of brown belt comes next, though it could be stripes on a green belt.
It depends on which martial art you are studying.In Judo, Karate, Akido, and Jujitsu, green follows orange. In Tai Chi, purple follows and in Shotokan, yellow follows.
The belt after yellow belt on recorder karate is the orange belt. The song of yellow belt is Gently Sleep and the song on orange belt is Merrily We Roll Along.
This question depends on the style of karate, some styles do have a different ranking and colour coding system. Junior rank, after green is purple Senior rank, after green comes brown.
A green belt in Karate is about mid-level. There are about 14 initial levels (Kups) and the Green Belt is a 6 Kup. There are seven Kups below it and at least six above it.
The 1st belt is white then yellow orange purple blue green brown black
There are two symbols that make up the word karate. Te is translated as hand. The character Kara can be translated in two ways, either empty or China. In the 1930's the Okinawa masters gathered and agreed that they would use the word empty for the art.
The belt color levels for Karate are from lowest to higher is; White, Yellow, Orange With Green Stripe, Orange With White Stripe, Orange With Red Stripe, Blue With Green Stripe, Blue With White Stripe, Blue With Red Stripe, Blue, Purple With Green Stripe, Purple With White Stripe, Purple With Red, Purple belt and more.