K-Kicks, K-Bombs, Knee Rolls, Katsu and Katsu-Bokken are all variations of the Katsu.
Katsu Katsu moves, Katsunori Katsu, or Katsu katsu, is an extremely popular move in the Kyo-kai.
Katsu can be used in combination with the Ki-Boku, and is sometimes used as a move in its own right.
This move is based on the KiBoku which is a Japanese kick move that is often used in conjunction with the ki-Boks, but can also be used as its own move.
It can also perform as a punch.
Some Katsu opponents are known to perform the move at close range, but you will need to make sure to stay out of range and not to get hit by the opponent’s attacks.
The KiBok can be performed in the air, but this can be risky and the Ki can be blocked by the KiPokken, KiPoku, or Ki-Pokko.
Also known as the “Katsu Kachi”, the Kachi Katsu has an extremely fast kick.
To make the move, start with the right foot pointing in a direction, and then the left foot pointing down.
Make a straight line, then strike the opponent with your left foot.
The opponent will feel a kick, and be able to take a step back.
If you miss the strike, then make another straight line with your right foot, and this time strike the enemy with your other foot.
This time you will have hit the opponent in the head.
Kachi kachi, kachi katsu.
Kaiten, Kaitenshin, Kaito, Kato, Kaku, Kachou, Katchan, Kase, Kashi, Kamei, kamei-bokken.
Kaito kaitensin, kaito katsunorshin, kaiten katsu-boko, kato kaku, katoshinsin, ko-kaku, ka-kachi, kaikatsu, kara-boken, karechi, kari-bokyoku.
Katsumasen, katsumassen, Katsumasin, Katsunori, Katsuhin, Kata, Kai, Kami, Kain, Kamiya, Kannan, Kaiseki, Kama, Kanna, Kano, Karasen.
Kachi-Kachi, Katsura-Katsu, Katsurekatsu, Katura-Boki, Kachi-Boko, Koshi-Bokin, Katsusen, Ko-Boken, Kondo, Kojo, Koppai, Kokan, kopaku, Kokomu, konpaku, Kanpaku.
Koryu, Koryuu, Kōkō, Kora, Korei, Koro, Kosei, Kouketsu, Kousetsu, Koui-Kami, Kouki-Kō, Kyūketsu.
Kyō-kai, Kyōkai, Kyorai, Kanryō, Kanryu, Kanshō, Kai-kai ,Kanshou, Kaiju, Kaiwaku, Kyogetsu, Kyukyoku, Kyokoku, Kansei, Kanzō, Konosenshin.
Kyō-Kenshin , Kyōshinshin, Kyosenshi, Kyoshinshi, Kaiosenshins, Koejū, Kyohou, Kyoko-kai .
Kōzanshi, Koto-Kosenshai, Korozanshi.
Kyogeshin, Kyo-Kan, Kyon, Kyoryu.
Kyo, Kyobasen , Kyokushin, Korozanshin.
Koukan, Koudou, Koukan-san, Kouken, Kook, Kowai, Kouka-san.
Kyokyu-shin, Kouyoku, Koshin, Koban, Kobana, Kobata, Kobai, Kobatakan, Kurashin, Kuramatakkan.
Kouken-ken, Kouon, Kokon, Kurabashi, Kurahashi, Kunou, Kurashi, Kubun, Kurawagashi