This Shihō's full name is usually shortened to Shihō Tsuki-geri.
* All modes are in Zenkutsu-dachi but the sensei can of course ask to perform it in Kokutsu-dachi (higher tires). All punches (tsuki) and stairs (back) at chudan height.
1. Starting position Heisoku-dachi.
2. Right foot back, with Gedan-barai on the left.
3. Gyaku-tsuki followed by Oi-tsuki, Ki-ai!
4. At the place with Mae-geri on the right (place back the base!)
5. Op de plaats Gyaku-tsuki.
6. Rotate clockwise 180 ° with Gedan-barai right.
7. Gyaku-tsuki followed by Oi-tsuki.
8. At the place with Mae-geri on the left (place back the base!)
9. Op de plaats Gyaku-tsuki.
10. Withdraw right foot, rotate body 90 ° to the left, put right foot back, with Gedan-barai on the left.
11. Gyaku-tsuki followed by Oi-tsuki.
12. Now the points 4 t/m 10 to repeat. Then continue at 13.
13. You are now in the "south direction" (where the starting position is facing “north”) with front left,
dan nu: at the place Gyaku-tsuki followed by Oi-tsuki, Ki-ai!
14. Now the points 4 t/m 11 repeat twice. In the end you are facing the “north” again (starting position)
with left foot in front. Continue with:
15. At the place with right Mae-geri and progress (so step forward!).
16. On the spot (with right) Oi-tsuki, Ki-ai!
17. Slightly lower back leg, then pull the front foot to the Heisoku-dachi final position.
NB: If you are new, and this Shihō does, then you may have the higher bands (usually from yellow) sees a different defense act than the Gedan-barai. They basically do the same Shihō, but with five defenses (go-uke). Otherwise, the Shihō is the same, so you can just keep following them. As a white belt, you always only do the Gedan-barai for the defense.