In this belt you will begin to notice a transition in kicking skills. No longer are we simply learning the mechanics of a new kick. Instead, we are learning to apply kicks you have already learned in different ways. The kicks in this belt can best be described as moving kicks. These kicks will be more physically demanding and require a great deal more energy and stamina.
Purple Belt Keri
The word ‘Aruki’ means walking, so Aruki Geri refers to kicks that are initiated by a walking motion. Walking kicks involve moving forward or back immediately before delivering the kick ...Read More
A habit that begins to form with students as they approach the mid-belt rankings is that they assume once they have taken a training partner to the ground that their ...Read More
In this section, we will discuss triple kick combinations. Let me begin this discussion by saying that most of the kicks in this section are completely impractical. They will not ...Read More
Tsugi Ashi Keri refers to kicks that incorporate a shuffling movement as part of the kick delivery strategy. Shuffle kicks typically involve a rapid movement toward or away from your ...Read More