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Intermediate Karate for Kids: Yellow Belt Three - Preparing for Orange Belt
In this 16-session program, students will further their knowledge of strikes, blocks, and movement as they prepare to test for Orange Belt.
*** Before signing up for this class, all students must complete the Yellow Belt Level Two course.*** Hello, karateka (the Japanese word for "karate student")! Congratulations on making to Yellow Belt Level Three! This is the final course until your next belt: Orange Belt. This Yellow Belt Level Three course will build upon skills that you learned in the Yellow Belt Level Two program, and introduce new techniques, as well as complete your kata: Heian Nidan ("Peaceful Mind Level Two"). As...
There will be no formal homework assigned, but students will be expected to practice what they learned in each class in order to gain proficiency, and to help them ask questions about techniques they may struggling with. I will send out tutorial videos after most classes to help consolidate learning of new techniques.
Various household items will be used in certain classes (e.g., chair, pillow). As stated above, parents may choose to purchase a karate uniform and belt. It is preferred that the uniform be a white karate uniform (as opposed to Judo, Tae Kwon Do, etc). There are various online sellers to choose from.
Students are assessed on an individual basis, and will not be compared to other students in class. I will take notes of each student's progress in each class and verbally share with each student during classes, and will provide a formal report card at the end of the course.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
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. 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. Also, please note that it is Outschool's policy that only the registered student is allowed to be on camera (e.g., no parents, siblings, etc, should be on camera during class time). 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.
Various links for YouTube videos will be shared for students to watch to enhance their learning.
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,...
$35weekly or $280 for 16 classes
2x per week, 8 weeks
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(31)
Completed by 131 learners
Live video meetings
8-14 learners per class