Flow Drill This is a flow drill I developed to cover an application for every movement in the kata, based on the idea that your attacker can defend against your techniques, and any individual application can be taken out and drilled separately. The drill is really just intended to be a flow drill that covers […]
In part one of our series on teaching we discussed the possibility of teaching part time at your current school. Today we will be looking into some of the specifics of this option, such as, when do most students start teaching, some methods for approaching your instructor about teaching, and what to do if your […]
Sure winners battle only after seeing weakness is an enemy; this halves the work and doubles the effect.
Avoiding the Ground As karateka, our goal in any physical altercation should be to stay on our feet, or get back to our feet as quickly as possible if we do end up on the ground. The first reason for this is that karate, while it includes many grappling techniques, is primarily a striking art. […]
Those who try to teach others while ignoring themselves are opposed. Those who teach others after having rectified themselves are obeyed. Opposition beckons disorder, obedience is key to order.