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Kyokushin 10th Kyu


Seiken Morote Chudan Tsuki

Fudo Dachi, also known as the Immovable Stance, is a fundamental stance in Kyokushin karate. It is characterized by a solid and rooted posture designed to provide stability and a strong base for both offensive and defensive techniques. In Fudo Dachi, the feet are typically shoulder-width apart, with the toes pointing forward and the knees slightly bent. The weight is evenly distributed between both legs, and the stance emphasizes grounding and connection to the ground. Practitioners use Fudo Dachi to maintain balance and control while executing techniques, especially during powerful strikes or blocks. This stance promotes a sense of solidity and immovability, allowing the practitioner to withstand attacks and maintain a strong presence in combat situations.




  • 中段chudan / middle part of the body, chest area
  • 突きtsuki / punch
  • 両手morote / both hands
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