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is a system of unarmed fighting using kicks and hand thrusts. Traditional
karate focus on KATA (pre-arranges sequences of movements) and techniques
training. Kicks and punches are usually pulled
to avoid injury. Sport and full-contact karate students train to
score points and to win in competition. You are required to wear
a GI (or uniform) and you earn a BELT as you master each level of
training. Training involves repitition of forms and structured drills.
Methods vary in all DOJOS (or training halls) and is influenced
by the instructors expertise. All styles have great and devastating
power. What style works depends on the specific situation. Sensei
Ali teaches a form which combines exercise, and the Okinowan Shindo-Ryu
karate style which emphasizes strong, linear offensive techniques
and soft circular, defensive techniques and KATA practice.
is a cross between BOXING and the traditional MARTIAL ARTS. Training
sessions include jogging, building up the body to take punishment,
stretching, skipping and weight training. Preparation for fighting
includes bag work, hook and jab pad work, techniques training and
sparring with a partner. You are not required to wear a uniform
and you do not have to earn a belt. Prior experience is not required
but helpful. KICKBOXING appeals to many different types of people.
Martial arts students want to see whether they can really fight.
Men and women want to train for the fitnes aspect of it. It is more
stimulating than other ways of staying fit. In fact, there is no
better way to lose weight, tone muscle and build self-confidence.
You can quickly master self defense techniques.
is the national sport in Thailand. It is technically similar to
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