Rabu, 22 Desember 2010

Kempo Karate

Kempo Karate, which is also known as Kenpo, is among the most popular forms of karate, developed in the West. The word means kempo law of the fist, as well as this form of martial art has long been regarded as a combination art for the fact that it involves the use of hard fist (karate-do), soft fist (Ju Jitsu) and weapons ( Kobudo). At the most basic, teaches Kempo Karate sparring and sparring drills for a specific purpose to help students learn and understand the basic movements and the application of the kicking and punching combinations. This is actually where the Kempo Karate sparring techniques come in. Well, the sparring techniques are classified according to the intent of the program. As Ive mentioned before, is a combination art. It is often used primarily for self defense, self-control and protection against weapons. However, unlike other forms of martial arts, Kempo Karate style differs from the traditional Karate in several important respects. With this fact, the students who want to learn sparring techniques strongly encouraged to change and the ancient and modern techniques to adapt sparring. There are two major techniques involved in Kempo Karate sparring for self defense. The first is called Tuite or take the hand techniques, and the other is it essential? Le point attacks or Kyusho.

Both sparring techniques are highly regarded as they help students develop their skills by letting them practice using a variety of threatening situations. The basic self-defense techniques involve defenses against grabs, pushes, punches, holds, kicks, and weapon defenses. The vital points Kempo Karate sparring techniques as basically regarded as the most striking and sophisticated techniques in the martial arts. They well be used against selected anatomical points of the nervous system and circulatory system. Note that these vital points techniques that temporarily shut down an opponent than his ability to retaliate. As what most experts say this kind of self-defense technique, the key is precision, not strength. As the students progress in learning the techniques of self defense Kempo Karate sparring, they will be taught with the forms and katas, or the higher level of Kempo Karate sparring techniques. These techniques are considered to help students develop a sense of self-awareness and self-expression. As such, the movements involved in this level students to develop their reflexes and timing in a controlled environment, while exercising a sporting activity. This is actually where the advanced techniques and combinations, such as the front thrust kick, spinning heel kick, shoulder, throw off balance, roundhouse kick, Crescent kick triple jump, etc. Finally, Kempo Karate sparring teaches students how to use weapons. To my knowledge, this is strongly considered in any Kempo training to students to increase understanding of self-defense. So it is common for the defense techniques against knives and clubs are taught from the yellow band. The so-called empty hand sparring techniques such as Bassai, Tomari seisan, sai, kama, nunchaku, and others are herein? Introduced. Note that both the defense and the use of weapons techniques of Kempo round of training students in the first degree black belt, known as shodan.

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