Purple Belt Sukiru

In this article we will cover some specific skills you will be required to demonstrate in order to advance to Purple Belt. You should be familiar with all of these methods and be able to demonstrate any of them during an examination.

You will be introduced to some additional thoughts about your posture, methods for gaining your release from headlock and choke holds, as well as other intricate and sometimes severe methods for dealing with a threatening opponent.

Sukiru

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