Anatomy – Muscular System

We continue our anatomical studies by exploring the human muscular system. Students will explore muscle types, muscle tissues, muscle functioning and interactions, muscle groups, muscle metabolism, and the various muscles found in the body – particularly those that control movement of major areas of the body. This is perhaps the most complex area of anatomical Read More …

Brown Belt Shintai

The movement skills in this belt are often quite subtle and at times almost imperceptible. This makes some of these skills very hard to master. Many other skills studied in this belt incorporate anatomical information studied in this belt and in earlier curriculum material. Finally, many movement skills are directly or indirectly related to grappling. Read More …

Brown Belt Chiken

Exploration of new knowledge and conceptual information kicks into overdrive in this belt. Much of what you have previously learned will be explored again from different perspectives. A great deal of new knowledge and theory will also be introduced. You will want to apply this new information to the vast number of skills and abilities Read More …

Anatomy – Skeletal System

You will continue your studies of human anatomy. In this belt you will study the human skeletal system, including the various bones, skeletal sections, skeletal system functions, and types of bones. Understand Anatomy In your belt curriculum for each belt beyond Yellow Belt you have been introduced to various aspects of human anatomy. This will Read More …

Blue Belt Anatomy and Health

Each belt introduces a new aspect of human anatomy to study. In this belt you will study the digestive system, including the associated organs and processes. Disclaimers Discussions of anatomy, anatomical features, and anatomical processes are intended for informational use only and are neither intended nor should they be used for medical diagnosis or as Read More …