after the yellow belt comes the orange belt then blue then brown then black
Yellow comes after the white belt. It is 2nd
Generally yellow. In some schools, however, some students start when they are very young, so if they master some of the skills needed, but not all of them, they will get a white belt with a yellow stripe, and then a yellow belt with a white stripe before going to the full yellow belt.
Depends on your style and school. It could be a white with black stripe, it could be white with a yellow or orange stripe, it could be a yellow or orange belt.
That will depend on the style and the specific school. In general, green comes after yellow, but there can be all sorts of orders, with stripes in part of it.
The belt after yellow belt on recorder karate is the orange belt. The song of yellow belt is Gently Sleep and the song on orange belt is Merrily We Roll Along.
After you pass your yellow belt test of course!
You have to have your white belt and beat up to 5-7 penguins. Then you get your yellow belt.
The Yellow belt after the white belt. It is the 2nd position of martial art skill, and the coloring represents the sunlight warming the seed. The warmth of the sun strengthens the seed and gives it new life, representing a student’s capability to admit the original knowledge from their educator with an open mind.
White is always first. The one consistent part of the belt sequence between all of the schools and martial arts is they start with white and end with black.
If your a junior: Yellow belt + 1 stripe = 4th mon Yellow belt + 2 stripes = 5th mon Yellow belt + 3 stripes = 6th mon If your a senior it's called a 5th kyu :)