Research has shown that the green belt is 7th belt that can be achieved in Karate. One must achieve each level in karate in order to move up to the next level. Prior to achieving the green belt one would have to earn a blue, then a yellow belt, orange belt, blue belt, purple belt, green with white stripes belt and the next step would be the green belt.
I study Kenpo style of karate and there is no requirement for white belt, it's like a clean slate meaning you've just begun.
the next kaigan karate belt after white is orange
A white belt
It will depend on the style of karate. In some styles, a white belt with a grey strip is one of the kyu levels, right above white belt, It may be gray because the black faded.
That depends on the style and the school. Yellow is probably the most common belt after white.
white There is a old story to the history of the Karate belt orders: when Japan was in poverty they couldn't afford getting a new belt every belt test so they would start out with white, dye the white yellow, dye the yellow orange, and so on until the belt was completely black of dying.
The 1st belt is white then yellow orange purple blue green brown black
sorry to tell you but jb doesn't do karate. whoever told you this was lying but if he had a belt, it would probably be a yellow
White stands for purity and being unfilled.
Black belt is the highest. Though traditional Okinawa karate uses a red and white belt to indicate 7th and 8th degree black belt and solid red for 9th and 10th. Many American schools use the red belt as a kyu level below black belt.
In every school I've been to, you do. It's a white belt. EVERYONE starts a white belt and works up. Even if you don't have a uniform or "gi" with the belt, you technically are still a white belt.
it is white and you wear a belt the colors vary depending on your rank the highest is a black belt.
Yes.(after you sign and pay)