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In karate it is called a kata. It is a teaching method that has been used for many centuries.

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Q: What is the formalized fight sequence with an imaginary opponent in karate?
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How do you win a karate match?

You get more points then your opponent.

What is the focus of Shotokan karate?

hit your opponent before they hit you

What do you do in karate?

In my karate, we do a type of karate called Tang so doo. There is also taekwondo, which is more action while Tang So Doo is more defensive. There are forms and different types of defence rules and you learn the proper kicks like round kick, side kick and front snap kick. There is basically two sides to karate training, katas and kumite. Katas are a predefined sequence of movements against an imaginary opponent and kumite is the practice of individual moves. This can be done in pairs ippon and ju ippon kumite or by ones self. A lesson can also include sparing, self defence and other exercises

What is the definetion for karate?

The definition of karate is to defend oneself without the use of weapons by striking sensitive areas on an opponent's body with the hands, elbows, knees, or feet.

Why do you bow in karate?

You bow in karate to show respect. You bow to your partner or opponent before you spar or train. You bow when entering or exiting the training area to show respect for it. And you bow to your instructor.

What is the main difference between boxing and karate?

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What do you call a martial arts sequence?

The name will depend upon the martial art. In karate it is called a kata. Other arts use the word form or poomse for a sequence.

What does a karate bow mean?

A karate bow is used to show respect to your teacher (sensai) and elders. We say it osu. A karate bow is also done before the start and end of class, a bout or kata.

What is more deadly karate or judo?

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What kind of self defence is karate?

Karate is a martial art which not only teaches you to have a control on your senses but also teaches you some good self-defense. It teaches you disciple and emphasize never to be very aggressive. It has some really good techniques to knock out your opponent.

What are the penalties in karate?

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