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After-School Karate Camp Program for Kids: A Fun Introduction to Karate
Sensei Rick: Martial Arts, Self-Defense & Wellness
This 3-day after-school karate camp is a great introduction to traditional martial arts and self-defense.
This 3-day karate camp is designed for students with little to no martial arts experience, ages 6-12, but all experience levels are welcome! We will cover various blocks, strikes, stances, and kicks, culminating with the students being able to perform various combinations of techniques by the end of the week. Each class will have a calisthenic-based warm-up with stretches to activate our muscles, and a few push-ups!. Day One will focus on karate basics (punches, high block, and front kick),...
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
It is strongly recommended that a parent/guardian is present to ensure the student's safety (e.g., clear training area - free of toys, nearby furniture, pets, siblings, etc), and that a parent/guardian help the student to set up their device so that the Sensei can have a clear view of the student. Please note Outschool has a policy that only registered students are allowed on camera (parents and siblings are invited to watch but should stay out of view). It is also recommended that the device have as large a screen as possible, or be hooked up to a television with an HDMI cable. Students must wear appropriate athletic clothing (a karate uniform may be purchased separately if desired) - sweatpants/trackpants or tights are recommended, whereas shorts/dresses/skirts are inappropriate for karate training, and students will be asked to change if they are dressed inappropriately. Finally, having a water bottle nearby is highly suggested.
Hi! Welcome to our page! Our director and chief instructor is Sensei Rick. He has been training in martial arts for nearly 30 years and has earned the rank of 4th degree black belt in Shotokan Karate. He’s been teaching karate for about 20 years,...
$36for 3 classes
3x per week, 1 week
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(217)
Completed by 903 learners
Live video meetings
3-11 learners per class
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