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The time requirement for Shichikyu, Orange Belt, varies from person to person, since each person advances at their own rate and is tested individually.


Shichikyu - 7th Kyu
Orange Belt


Shichikyu, Orange Belt, consists of 30 Self Defense Techniques and 44 Variations.

At this point in the students training they have learned 88 Self Defense Techniques and Variations.


1. Returning Dragon

Shoulder grab from 3:00
2. Sumo
Two hand lapel grab, low
3. Japanese Strangle Hold (ABCD E)
Arm strangle hold from behind
4. Blocking the Kick (ABC DE)
Kick from the front
5. Headlock (ABC)
(AB) Headlock from the side
(C) Headlock from the front
6. Crash of the Eagle - Part 1 (ABCD E)
Two hand choke from behind
7. Grasping Talon (AB)

Front wrist grab; left grab to your right wrist
8. Tackle Techniques (ABCD)
Charging tackle from the front
9. Dancer
Two hand choke from behind
10. Opponent at Sides (ABCD)
Opponent at 3:00/9:00
11. Passing the Horizon (AB)
Hammerlock from behind
12. Kimono Grab (AB CD)
Two hand grab from the front
13. Lever (ABC)
Left grab to your right shoulder
14. Crashing Elbow (AB)
Right Punch
15. Heel Hook
Full Nelson
16. Bridge (AB)
Two hand choke from behind
17. Eagle's Beak (ABC)
Shoulder grab from 3:00
18. Front Bearhug (ABCD)
Bearhug from the front arms are free
19. Simitar
Right punch
20. Breaking the Cross
Two hand choke from behind
21. Aiming the Spear
Left grab to your right shoulder from the front
22. Raising the Staff
Left grab to your right wrist from the front
23. Lowering the Gate (AB)
(A) Right punch
(B) Left punch
24. Rocking Elbow
Left grab to your right wrist from the front
25. Reverse Hammerlock (AB)
Hammerlock
26. Anvil (ABC D)
Double wrist grab from the front
27. Knee Lift
Bearhug from the front arms are pinned
28. Crane Leap (ABCD)
Handshake
29. Driving Elbows (AB)

Bearhug from behind, arms are pinned
30. Crossing Guard (AB)
Offensive Guard (AB)

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