Keith Jones Karate

Empi (Hiji) - Elbow Strike
Haishu - Strike with back of the hand
Haito - Ridge Hand Strike
Hikite - Back Elbow Position Strike
Hirate (Kaisho) - Slap
Ippon Nukite - One Finger Strik e
Jime - Choke
Nodo Tsukami - Throat Grab
Shooto - Open Hand Chop Strike
Shotei - Palm Heel Strike
Tatei - Short Vertical Strike
Tetsui (Teisho) - Hammerfist Strike
Ura ken - Backfist Strike
Yohan (Nukite) - Four Finger Spearhand Strike

Terminology

Chinto Dachi  - Parallel Forward-Angle Side Stance
Gyaku Neeko Ashi Dachi -  Reverse Cat Stance used in the Step up Urachen Stance in Yondan
Gyaku Neeko Ashi Kokutsa Dachi -  Dropping with back heel up kakutsa dachi stances in Kusanku
Hachiji Dachi (Shizentai Dachi) - Natural Stance – Shoulder Width, Toes Outward
Hamni Dachi (Jun-tsuki No Tsukomi Dachi) - Lunge Stance
Heiko Dachi - Ready Stance – Toes Parallel
Heisoku Dachi - Informal Bowing Stance – Toes Closed
Kakutsa Dachi - Back Stance
Kamae Dachi - Fighting Stance
Kiba Dachi - Parallel Horse Stance
Koshi Dachi - Balls of Both Feet Stance used after jump in Godan
Mahanmi Neeko Ashi Dachi - Side Facing, Long Cat Stance
Mashomen Neeko Ashi Dachi - Front Facing, Short Cat Stance
Masuba Dachi - Formal Bowing Stance – Toes Open
Naihanchi Dachi - Inward Circular Stance
Naname Zenkutsa Dachi (Gyaku-tsuki No Tsukomi Dachi) - Diagonal Forward Stance used in Gyaku-tsuki No Tsukomi
Neeko Ashi Dachi - Generic Cat Stance
Neeko Dachi - Flat Cat Stance
Sagi Ashi Dachi (Tsuri Ashi Dachi) - One Legged Crane Stance used in Chinto
Sanchin Dachi - Hourglass Stance used in Seisan
Seisan Dachi - Wide Forward Stance
Sheeko Dachi - Outward Circular Stance
Tata Seisan Dachi - (Fudo Dachi) Reverse Immovable Stance
Teiji Dachi - T Stance
Zenkutsa Dachi - (Jun-tsuki Dachi) Forward Stance

Gyaku -tsuki - Reverse Punch
Gyaku -tsuki No Tsukomi - Reverse Lunge Punch
Jun-tsuki Forward Punch
Jun-tsuki - No Tsukomi Forward Lunge Punch
Kake -tsuki - Hook Punch found in the middle of Jion
Morote -tsuki - Double Side Punches in the ending of Jion and Naihanchi
Tomoe -tsuki - Double Front Punches found in Jutte
Ura -tsuki - Uppercut Punch
Zu tsuki - Headbutt

Counting

Punches (~Tsuki)

Chudan Uke - Middle Block (2nd block of Kihon #5)
Empi Uke (Hiji Uke) - Elbow Block
Gaiwan Uke - Downward Forearm Block
Gedan Uke - Low Seikan Block
Haishu Uke - ‘Goose-Neck’ Block with back of open hand
Jodan Uke - High Seikan Block
Kosa Uke (Juji Uke) - X Block
Morote Soe Uke - Double Augmented Forward Block found in Shodan & Godan
Nagasha Uke - Slip Block found in Kihons
Sasae Uke - Supported ‘Prayer’ Block – One Hand Shooto, One Hand Seikan like the start of Jion and Passai
Shooto Uke - Open Hand Block
Soto Uke - Middle Seikan Block
Tae Soto Uke - Tae Uke/Soto Uke combination supporting block found in Godan & Jion
Tae Uke - Arm across chest parallel to floor used in Yondan, Godan, Naihanchi
Ude Uke - Inward Moving Block found in Yondan after the urachen and body twist

Kicks (Geris)

Hand/Arm Strikes

Blocks (Uke)

Stances (Dachi)

Hiza Geri - Knee Kick
Kakato Geri - Axe Kick
Kake Geri - Hook Kick
Kinteki Geri - Groin Kick
Mae Ashi Geri - Roundhouse Kick
Mae Geri - Front Kick
Mae Tobi Geri - Jumping Kick
Mawata Geri - Spinning Kick
Mika-tsuki Geri - Crescent Kick
Nami Gaeshi - Returning Wave kick – Upward foot sweeps found in Naihanchi
Ushiro Geri - Back Kick
Yoko Geri (Sokuto Geri) - Side Kick

Ichi (Sho) - One
Ni - Two
San - Three
Chi (Yon) - Four
Go - Five
Roku - Six
Sichi (Nana) - Seven
Hachi - Eight
Ku - Nine
Ju - Ten