Kenpo International Karate Society®. He began training in martial-arts in his home state of Texas in His first black belt promotion was delayed until Kenpo techniques are groups of basic moves arranged in a pre-planned In a " real world" situation, the Kenpo practitioner isn't expected to complete a whole. This is as posted on the Tracy Kenpo web site, and converted to Word format by In the martial arts we use the term "KATA" to mean "Formal Exercise." In.
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American Kenpo Karate Academy. Student Hand Book. Mission Statement: To teach traditional values/ethics, and self defense in a professional and motivating . “Karate-do”, The Empty Hand Way. The study and practice of the empty hand way . Karate-do is practiced in and out of the dojo. It is a combination of spiritual. american tvnovellas.info - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online.
A new lesson arrives each week just like a private lesson in a physical school. Professional Direct access to a professional instructor via email, chat, and video. What Martial Art will I learn? Virtual Kenpo teaches a Tracy Kenpo Karate based system. This system has been proven time and again to be extremely effective in street self-defense. It originated in China and then moved through Japan, Okinawa, and eventually to Hawaii where it became very popular across the United States with thousands of schools in operation today.
Draws pocket knife: Left gedan barai— upward armbreak— left face shotei Straight thmst: Right yoko geri— wrist twist— fumi komi to ribs — yubi tori Left gedan shuto— right sakotsu to arm — crosstwist— mae geri— sakotsu— flex comealong Straight thmst: Right yoko haitto to face — hadake jime Straight thrust: Right sakotsu to arm — nelson strangle Blow: jodan juji uke— R sakotsu— elbow break— L hiji— R hittsui— osoto gari 2.
Blow: jodan juji uke— R tettsui— L gedan ulna— R ura tsuki- -inside armtwist 3. Blow: age uke— Mae geri— sakotsu— ulna press— barflex 4. Blow: age uke— Mae geri— tettsui— osoto gari— winglock 5. Straight thrust— Soto ude uke— elbow break— R shotei— osoto gumma 6.
Blow: age uke-Sakotsu-hittsui-osoto gari 7. Thrust: parry— Right yoko haitto— cross shuto— ulna press— barflex— rear otoshi— yubi tori 8. Thrust: parry— Armbreak— right kage— left kidney chop— kosoto gari— rear kneelingbar— barflex 9. Thrust: parry— Yoko shuto— kage tsuki to face — inside armtwist Thrust: parry— Yoko haitto— ude tori— barflex— rear otoshi 1 1. Thrust: parry— Right haitto— right gohon nukite— rear hadake Thrust: parry— Yoko shuto— right kage— osoto gari— winglock Attack legs— L gedan barai— up elbow break— L gohon— R ganmen shuto Attack legs— L gedan barai— elbow break— left gohon— R gedan haitto— chicken head strike under chin — left: right gohon— kouchi gari Attack legs— L gedan barai— R arm sakotsu— R yoko geri— L ushiro geri Blow: jodan juji uke— Tettsui— double uras— ulna press— one-hand barflex— otoshi— fumi komi— yubi tori Blow: age uke— R hiji— ippon seoi— fumi komi— club yawara Blow: age uke— R tettsui— uras— hiji— body slam— ashi hishigi Blow: jodan juji uke— Sakotsu— uras— gohon— lapel gumma— rolling heel kick Blow: jodan juji uke— Tettsui— gohon— uras— hittsui— osoto gari Kempo Karate 6 Boxer defense 1.
Nagashi uke— Left yoko haitto — left rear hiji to kidney 2. Nagashi uke— Left-right kage tsuki 3. Left cross shuto— Right thigh shuto— left hiji — right kage 4. Left cross shuto—Right-left hiji — right uraken 5. Left cross shuto— Left yoko haitto — elbow break— right yoko shuto 6.
Nagashi uke— Left kage tsuki— left downward uraken 7. Nagashi uke— Left hittsui geri — left fumi komi— uraken 8. Nagashi uke— Left yoko haitto— right gohon— right kosoto 9. The skills learned through Martial Arts increases the mental as well as the physical, but only through discipline and dedication. Certified Belt Rank Gaining rank is optional; however, we do provide certification of rank by Tracy's Kenpo Worldwide if you choose to test for rank.
Testing is performed via video conference or uploaded video and additional testing and certification fees apply. What our students are saying "Thank you for the great lessons you have provided.
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This is a great fit for me as I work at home and can practice in between meetings and work. Due to its lethal qualities, the Martial Arts were taught only by select clans who had their own master, and who would teach only selected individuals in each clan.
Great pride was taken by each master in his distinctive style. Family clans were sworn never to divulge the teachings they received from their masters. For many years the Shaolin fighting arts were practiced in utmost secrecy. Masters were concerned that the techniques would fall into hands that would use the potentially deadly art for purposes other than what was originally intended.
Many factors contributed to the eventual spread of the martial arts. Buddhist missionaries to Japan, Korea, and Indonesia took their arts with them.
Students sometimes left the temple prematurely and passed on what knowledge they had. The main factor was the ruthless domination of the Manchu emperor. Secret societies were formed for the purpose of restoring the Ming dynasty to power and overthrowing the barbarian Manchus. Most Chan Buddhists were anti-Manchu and many temples were training grounds for pro-Ming revolutionaries.
On several occasions the Manchus destroyed temples in an effort to stomp out resistance. Fleeing monks undoubtedly carried their fighting art with them, eventually spreading all over China.
The Ming A. Dynasties were the golden age of Martial Arts in China and many of the styles taught today were founded and expanded on during this period.
In Chinese-Okinawan relations were consolidated, and in Sho-ha-shi became king of Okinawa and confiscated all weapons from the people. This forced the Okinawans to seek other forms of self-defense. As a result, some Okinawans emigrated to China to learn what was then called Chinese Kenpo from top masters. Upon returning to their native land, the martial art became known as Shorinji Kempo.
As the years passed, practitioners continued to learn and demonstrate their skills in private and the Martial Arts improved considerably.
Then in , the Japanese dominated Okinawa and Lord Shimazu removed all forms of weapons from the public at large.
Between the greatest achievements were made in the Martial Arts. As a result, a variety of styles and systems emerged. Modern martial art history is much easier to follow. During the l8th century, China and Japan were engaged in trade both material and cultural.
At that time a senior member of the Mitosi clan of Japan traveled to China to study the martial arts at the Shaolin Temple where he remained for many years.
This was later developed into a system for healing, health, and fighting called Kosho-Ryu Kempo. The Okinawans had always termed the Martial Arts as "Te" which literally means hand.
During this period "Karate" meaning "Hands of China" replaced the word "Te" during the latter part of the 19th century until the Chinese character which denoted "Hands of China" or "China Hand" 24 the latter being more correct was changed by the Japanese to their character which meant "empty hand".
This change officially dated to angered many of the Okinawan masters who were proud of the term designating their fighting style. They also did not wish to dispense with their loyalty and association with China. However, there was great pressure by the Japanese and the masters very reluctantly accepted the new character change. The change was spearheaded by a student of Chogun Miyagi named Nagashi Hanage of the Goju-ryu style of karate.