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Want a strong core, extreme fitness, extreme eye hand leg coordination, read opponents body movements, apply extreme partner training using Shinai, Train so extensively that you develop an Inner Calmness whilst under extreme physical pressure, importantly use No Gaps - hand and feet Joining Techniques then read ON. .
Hi and welcome.The Secrets Out because, our Full Contact Civilian Self Defence System closes the gap between blocking and attacking techniques, by adding joining techniques. If you are using blocking and attacking techniques, you are only using 70x percent of your full potential, learn JOINING techniques and then you will be able to use 100x percent of your FULL Potential.
Joining techniques are the foundation of this fighting system. It can be described this way, the joining techniques are the tree trunk, whilst the blocking and attacking techniques are the branches.My definition of Joining Techniques Hands & Feet - "To Counter your Opponents attacking hands and feet directly and or indirectly."
Our Karate Fight System is also a Condensed Full-Contact Fighting system. It is a four (4) level belt system, L1 easy mode - white belt, L2 normal mode - green belt, L3 hard mode - brown belt, L4 very hard mode - black belt. To show Faith and Humility, all belts are not given away. The emphasis is on partner training to gain quicker reactions, with practice over time, to help gain the advantage over your opponent. Once learning this fight system, it’s like riding a bike, you never forget.
This is gained by learning how to react with hands and feet in 3x time zones. Slow time, real time and above real time. It is a given that you will have a basic understanding of standup fighting using hands and feet. Basic leg blocks and hand blocks, if not, then you will be taught. It’s all a jigsaw puzzle and with practice over time, it all fits in. Ibuki breathing technique and the Shinai are used extensively throughout this fighting system. From day 1, you also develop a strong CORE, due to the extreme fitness training methods used.
Slow time is learning mode. When you first learn a technique, you slow it down; you see and feel how it’s done. All techniques you learn this way. especially with joining techniques. With lots of partner training, practice the two most used joining techniques for legs, the front leg inside low kick and the slightly harder right rear leg into opponents inside attacking right leg as it’s in the air halfway towards you (my favourite). See Level 1.
Real time, as it says, the time you kick and punch, as in bag work or non full-contact sparring. Through hard basics to the kiai, you develope a feel for the real time. When practicing with a partner at Level 1, slow time for an hour then practice real time together for the last ten (10) minutes. Eventually over time you do less slow time and more real time, thereby increasing your eye, hand, leg co-ordination. Don't count out loud when partner training as this defeats the purpose. See Level 2.
Above real time. Now this is when you can see and feel what the opponent is going to do. This you learn by partner training every day, practicing through Levels 1 and 2, gaining ability for Levels 3 and 4. You will have a good level of fitness. You can read your opponents body movements and in seconds or less react accordingly with, blocking, joining or attack. See Level 3 and Level 4. More information on how to develop yourself as a fighter, strong core, extreme fitness, extreme eye hand leg coordination, much more at my Knowledge Centre Page.
Remember, enjoy your standup journey.