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Seiken Choku Tsuki Seiken choku tzuki is a technique we can find in many martial art styles. It is one of the first techniques a while belt learns. Let's analyze the proper execution, the targets and recommendations to master Seiken Choku Zuki. Seiken Choku Zuki is learned along with Kiba Dachi, the students practice each punch from this stance, but it...
Kyokushin the strong Karate
The strong Karate Kyokushin is considered the strongest karate, founded by the Korean Japanese Masutatsu Oyama, Kyokushin means "the ultimate truth". I would like to describe one of the many Kyokushin training sessions I have participated. It's about time and all students line up from white, yellow, orange, blue, brown and black belt. We all salute our sensei, we immediately start...
Kenpo Karate Front Kick This is the Front Kick in Kenpo Karate, it is a basic kick but found on many self-defense techniques and also part of a common attack. Front Kick Step by Step Your starting position is your fighting stance You are kicking with the back leg Bring the back leg to the front by raising your knee Your...
The Inward Block Kenpo Karate
The Inward block The inward Block is one of the most used and important blocks in American Kenpo Karate. You will find it in all Kenpo forms. Many compare this block to the Japanese one but that is wrong because Kenpoists don't block preparing it like the Japanese/Okinawan; it goes out right away. Kenpoists block and the other hand is...
Rear Twist Stance
Rear Twist Stance The Rear Twist Stance in Kenpo Karate can be found in forms, sets, and self-defense techniques. As part of the foot maneuvers in covering up and protecting the groin, this stance can be seen at the end of many self-defense techniques to properly get away from the attacker. Keeping your hands in place while exiting but protecting your...
Front Twist Stance
Front Twist Stance The Front Twist stance is part of the basic requirements in the purple belt rank of Kenpo Karate. You will find this stance in many self-defense techniques, sets and forms. It is a stance you will utilize the most when working around your opponent especially when you are moving in with a technique to control his height or width. Both...
Master the Side Kick in Taekwondo
Side Kick The Side Kick is a technique you will find in many other martial art styles with different names and a few differences, in Taekwondo is Yup Chagi. Here we will analyze it covering better execution, usage, common targets, and how to improve it. This kick is highly used in sparring but watch out because it can hurt, that is...
Master Warrior 1 Pose in Yoga
Warrior 1 Pose This is a basic yoga posture, very easy to perform, it is ideal for beginners. The origin of this pose comes from Hindu mythology, Virabhadra was a warrior sent by Shiva, to kill Daksha. And so avenge the death of his beloved. Hence the origin of this yoga position and the sequence of its three warriors. The...
The Plank Pose in Yoga
The Plank Pose Doing something called the Plank pose only sounds like you'll be imitating a log lying on the ground. In fact, you'll be imitating a log propping itself up on two twigs—also known as your arms. You can do the Plank Pose by extending your arms or using your elbows and forearms. Plank Pose Variants There are several variants available for this...
Age Uke - High Block in Karate
Age Uke Age Uke also known as the rising block or upward block, is used against any attack above the solar plexus. It is considered a very important block that can also be found in other martial art styles but with a few differences. Age Uke is an important piece in many Katas and techniques. Age Uke Step by step: Your...
Master Shuto Uchi in Karate
Shuto Uchi Shuto Uchi is a technique that uses the edge of the hand. The main target area is the neck. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLhIEzwuJEU] Karate Techniques Karate Stances Karate Punches Karate Kicks Karate Blocks Karate Strikes Karate Traditional Katas Karate Traditional Weapons Karate General Terminology Follow our Social Media! → Subscribe to our YouTube Channel Click Here → Like us on FaceBook Here
Push Down Block in Kenpo Karate
Push Down Block This is one of the blocks we will find in many self-defense techniques, sets, and forms. This block can be used to create a safe distance as well which can help you create enough space to move around your attacker. You can use this Push Down Block against a knee, uppercut, and middle strike attack. "Although referred to as...

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