Lots of them. Each school and/or style creates their own ranking scheme.
That will depend on the school. Some go from white to yellow. My school goes from white to orange.
it depends on the style of karate in my karate it goes white-yellow-orange-green-blue-purple-brown1-brown2-brown3- black 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)
The belt order goes as follows: White (Single Wide) Yellow Orange Green Blue Purple Brown Black (1-5th Dan) Red and White (6th-8th Dan, Most Still Wear Black.) Solid Red (9-10th Dan) Double Wide White Belt (12th Dan, has never been awarded. Perfection has to be attained before receiving this belt, and perfection is not possible. The Kodokan, and other judo organizations have the power to award this but never have.)
There are many different "styles" or "schools" of karate, and each can have its own belt system. In some of them it cannot even be said that white is the lowest and black is the highest. So it is really more important to understand what Kyu (Japanese/Okinawan) or Gup (Korean) a student is to understand where they are in the progression.One school of thought is that there are really only two belts - white and black. It was a western invention to add a number of stages between them, though other views believe it was modeled after the Judo levels.The original belts were created by the Judo founder, Kanō Jigorō, and started with a light blue for a beginner or un-ranked student. White was next, followed by brown and then into black. For a junior (non-adult) student, the belt was purple rather than brown. Red and White were used for 7th and 8th degree and solid red for 9th and 10th. All other system originated out of this system and most know have a specific color for each kyu ranking.Tang soo do-WhiteorangegreenredChodonbo (red belt with 2 white lines and one black)blackmaster-black and redThe traditional Okinawan pattern is:WhiteYellowGreenBrownBlackRed/White StripeRedTypically there is a half way point between each of the colors. My style of Shidokan Shorin Ryu uses a color on the last three to six inches of the belt to separate these steps.White - 8th KyuYellow Tip - 7th KyuYellow - 6th KyuGreen Tip - 5th KyuGreen - 4th KyuBrown Tip - 3rd KyuBrown - 2nd KyuBlack Tip - 1st KyuBlack - 1st Dan through 6th DanRed/White - 7th/8th DanRed - 9th/10th DanIsshin Ryu. Each belt has divisions, marked by one or two stripes on the end of the belt in the color of the next belt. For example, a white belt in the second stage of progress toward a yellow belt would get one yellow stripe around the end of his white belt. But I don't know if that is an official part of the Ishin Ryu belt system, or just something the sensei of that dojo does so the kids feel like they are making SOME kind of progress.Keichu Ryu karate, and it went:WhiteYellowGreenPurpleBrownBlackRed/whiteI took Kyokushin Karate and this is there belt order:Black belt- 1st Dan(highest)Brown senior- 1 KyuBrown belt- 2rd KyuGreen senior- 3th KyuGreen belt- 4th KyuYellow senior- 5th KyuYellow belt- 6th KyuBlue senior- 7th KyuBlue belt- 8th KyuRed senior- 9th KyuRed belt- 10 KyuWhite belt- BeginnerWado Ryu. The belts are:- White belt (ungraded)(10th Kyu)(9th Kyu)- Red belt (8th Kyu)- Purple belt (7th Kyu)- Green belt (6th Kyu)(5th Kyu)- Brown belt (4th Kyu)(3rd Kyu)(2nd Kyu)- Black belt (1st Kyu)For Wado-Ryu The Colors Are...WhiteBlueGreenPurpleBrownBlackEach belt has 5 kyus.Black has 10 levels. In CKD it has 13 belts an starts with white then yellow then purple then orange then blue then a blue with a black strip in the middle running all the way through it then its green then a green with a black strip through it then brown then brown with a black strip going through it then red then red with a black strip going through it then last but not least BLACK then there are 10 degrees of that!Presti Karate I go to Presti Karate and am currently a yellow belt the belt goes from white to black WhiteYellowOrangePurpleGreenRedRed with a black stripeBlackWhiteYellowOrangeGreenBluePurpleBrownBlack,one you have then gotten through dan grades, 4th and 5th dan would be red/black block belt. 6th and 7th dan would be red/white block belt. 8th would be a red belt with a stripe of gold and 9th/10th dan would be totally red belt.To signify the circle of life.I have been taking Isshin-Ryu for a long time now, and the system I have been in has always Gone From 1st Kyu, to 10th Kyu, then 1st Dan, To 10th DanWhiteYellowGoldOrangeGreenBluePurpleBrown 3rd DegreeBrown 2nd DegreeBrown 1st DegreeBlackOnce you had gotten to 7th Dan, you'd receive a Red/White belt, then when, If you get to 10th, You received a Red Belt The art I studied, was Ryuku Kempo Karate, and it originated in Okinawa. The Belt System, went White, Yellow, Orange, Green, Blue, Purple, Brown, Adv. Brown, Red, Adv. Red, Black. 1st degree black etc.The order of the belts depends on which school and style you practice as there are a lot of different types. I practice Shorin-Ryu Okinawan style.There are 3 different classes for juniors- 5-13 year old.Beginner/Intermediate:WhiteYellowOrangeOrange and WhiteBlueLower Advanced:Blue and WhiteGreen and WhitePurplePurple and WhiteBrown and WhiteRedBlue and whites have to learn one kata and certain blocks to advanceGreen and White through Red have to learn one empty hand kata, one Bo kata ( the weapon Donatello has in TMNT) Purple and Whites also have to learn the Tonfa Kata (wooden weapon kinda like a side handled police nightstick), Brown and Whites have to learn the Nunchucku Kata, and Red belts have to learn the Sai Kata(raphael's weapon)Starting at Green and White, you learn Fixed kumites as well, all of this is needed to advance in belt rank.Upper Advanced:Red and WhiteJr.Black Belt (Black and White)Jr. Black Belt 1 orange loopJr. Black Belt 2 orange loopsJr. Black Belt 3 orange loopsJr. Black Belt 4 orange loopsRed and BlackRed and Black 1 loopRed and Black 2 loopsRed and Black 3 loopsRed and black 4 loopsProbational Black Belt- Black and Gold (if under 15)If you have the Probational black belt, when you're 15, you can test for the 1st Dan Black Belt. In this class you learn more fixed kumites, katas and start using Kamas along with the other weapons.Then there's the adult classes: 14- really no age limitthey learn the same things, there's just more than one kata to one beltWhite- in kids class equal to white -blueWhite with Green Tip-equal to blue and white-purpleGreen-equal to purple and white-red and whiteGreen with Brown tip-equal to Jr. black- jr. black 2 loopsBrown- equal to jr.black 3loops- red and blackBrown with Black Tip red and black 1-4loops1st Dan Black BeltThere are 9 or 10 degrees of black belts in this style- my sensei is an eighth degree black belt.In order of ascending rank, the usual belts used are white, yellow, orange, green, blue, brown, and black. Some dojos use red for junior white-belt holders and others use a combination of red and white for higher rank black-belt holders.There is no typical color grading in karate, nor any martial arts. It depends on the dojo itself, on the federation the current dojo is in or the like. What is typical though is that whilst a kid you start at 10th mon going down towards 1st mon. After this you go from 10th kyu to 1st kyu (kyu grades are for none blackbelt "adults"), After this you progress in dan grades from 1st to 10th.It depends upon the school and style of karate that you are studying. Most places go to yellow. My school goes to orange. We start with white and get orange stripes and then go to orange and go to yellow stripes and then to yellow.Also some place go 1st degree white belt then 2nd then 3rdthe order is white yellow green purple brown blackthe order of belts for Shotokan karate is red, orange, yellow, green, purple, purple and white, brown, brown and white and black although not many reach 10th dan, 10th dans hold a red beltTakewondo is white, orange, yellow, camo, green, purple, blue, brown, brown, red , red , black-red, and then black.I do Tae Kwondo, this is the belt systemWhiteYellowOrangeGreenBluePurpleBrownRedRed 2 (one stripe)Red 3 (two stripes)BlackBlack 1st Dan to 8th DanThere is no typical color grading in karate, nor any martial arts. It depends on the dojo itself, on the federation the current dojo is in or the like. What is typical though is that whilst a kid you start at 10th mon going down towards 1st mon. After this you go from 10th kyu to 1st kyu (kyu grades are for none blac kbelt "adults"), After this you progress in dan grades from 1st to 10th.It depends upon the school and style of karate that you are studying. Most places go to yellow. My school goes to orange. We start with white and get orange stripes and then go to orange and go to yellow stripes and then to yellow.Also some place go 1st degree white belt then 2nd then 3rdThe order is white yellow green purple brown blackThe order of belts for shotokan karate is red, orange, yellow, green, purple, purple and white, brown, brown and white and black although not many reach 10th dan, 10th dans hold a red beltSome school of Takewondo is white, orange, yellow, camo, green, purple, blue, brown, brown, red , red , black-red, and then black.I do Shudo Kan Karate and the belt order is white, yellow, orange, blue, purple, green, 3rd brown, 2nd brown, 1st brown, transitional black (white stripe), black belt-10 degrees.
The ranking system varies according to style and school. There is no single right answer. I've seen the number vary from as few as four to as many as 16. One example is eight belts before the black belt which are: white yellow orange green blue red purple brown
Yes there are. The system goes: Yellow belt orange belt green belt purple belt blue belt red belt brown belt brown/black belt black belt Then black belt degrees.
There are three mon (as stripes) per belt except white. The order is: White Red Yellow Orange Green Blue Brown Black. Note. These are the over 8 grades. After Black there are more grades but your belt stays the same colour.
it goes green, pink, blue, yellow, red ... then orange then white then it goes back to green!
i go to karate lesson a Monday and Thursday night and my sister goes to karate on a Friday and a Wednesday morning.
It depends entirely upon the school and the style that you are studying. In most cases it is 3 to 6 months to get from white belt to the first promotion. To reach black belt typically takes 3 to 5 years.
it goes white belt, yellow belt, blue belt,red belt, brown belt,with 8-10 tabs before getting black belt, whic you can get 9 dans in. i do kuk sool won myself
No one person has ever held a highest rank in all martial arts but in each individual martial art there is a person who holds the title of grand master and they are considered the highest rank