5th Class (Yellow belt) requirements: 

Stances: Ready stance
Front stance
Back stance
Horse stance
Basic techniques: Simple up
Arm switch
Inward figure eight block
Outward figure eight strike
Side swing
Side strike
Front strike
Around the neck
Around the neck part 2
Combination 1: Inward 8 block, outward 8 strike, simple up, arm switch
continues on the other side
Combination 2: Inward 8 block, outward 8 strike, front strike, simple up, side swing, arm switch
continues on the other side
Combination 3: Side strike, around the neck, simple up, around the neck 2, simple up, arm switch,
continues on the other side
Combination 4: Ending 1
Combination 5: Ending 2
Any other techniques requested by promoting instructor

4th Class (Purple belt) requirements:

All material from previous test
Kicks: Front kick holding nunchaku under the arm
Front kick holdning nunchaku over sholder gripping with both hands
Footwork 1: Moving in grid pattern (as per vol 1). Hands on hips, start in forward stance,
stepping through and turning, and pivoting back to the opposite direction.
Footwork 2: Start in forward stance with inward 8 block, side swing and step through and turn
with a inward 8 block, Repeat.
Footwork 3: Front strike and pivot in circle
Footwork 4: Strike to the side and turn to the opposite side
Footwork 5: Front strike from horse stance to the rear and turn to the front
Combination 1: Ending of Blitz Kata ver 1
Combination 2: Ending of Blitz Kata ver 2
Theory: Why is the footwork in the grid pattern so important?
Name and demonstrate seven techniques from under the arm.
Explain the number of combos available from this position
Forms: The Blitz Kata
Any other techniques requested by promoting instructor

3rd Class (Blue Belt) Requirements:

All materials from previous tests
Basic techniques: Arm switch behind
Reverse around the neck
Combination 1: Front strike, around the neck, simple up, reverse around the neck, simple up,
around the neck part 2, simple up, arm switch, continues on other side
Forms: The Blitz 2 Kata
The Shuffle Kata
Any other techniques requested by promoting instructor

2nd Class (Green Belt) Requirements:

All materials from previous tests
Double nunchaku basic techniques:
Alternating outward figure 8 strikes
Downward diagonal strikes
Cross strikes (rhythm move)
Alternating front strikes
Double strikes
Adjust the chucks-technique
Double nunchaku combinations:
Combination 1: Right and left cross strikes, right and left downward diagonal strikes, right and left
outward figure 8 strikes
Combination 2: Right and left outward figure 8 strikes, right and left front strikes
Combination 3: Right and left corss strikes, right and left downward diagonal strikes, right and left
outward figure 8 strikes, right and left front strikes, right and left outward 8 eight
strikes
Combination 4: Half combo
Combination 5: Full combo
Footwork 1: Using one nunchaku, from side stance, step forward with a front strikes, pivot with
a simple up and sideswing, step and turn back to side stance (opening of dragons
kata)
Footwork 2: Using double nunchakus, from side stance, step forward with double front strikes,
pivot with a adjust the chucks, step and turn back to side stance (opening of
double double dragons kata)
Forms: Double Dragons Kata
Any other techniques requested by promoting instructor

1st Class (Brown Belt) Requirements:

All materials from previous tests
Double nunchaku basic techniques:
Speed technique
Step and swing-technique
Single nunchaku combinations:
Combination 1: Front strike with around the neck combo, reverse around the neck, simple up,
around the neck part 2, simple up, arm switch, continues on the other side
Double nunchaku combinations:
Combination 1: Step and swing-techniques, half combo, continues
Combination 2: Right outward figure eight strike, front kick, full combo
Combination 3: Switch from single to double nunchaku during strikes standing in horse stance
Combination 4: Switch from single to double nunchaku during strikes while moving
Forms: The Dragons Kata
The Circle Kata
Open Form (student’s own form using both single and double nunchakus)
Any other techniques requested by promoting instructor

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