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Some or all of the below topics may be covered depending on the level of the individual(s): warm up and stretch blocking punching striking kicking stance work kata (forms) understanding of competition rules for kata understanding of competition rules for kumite kumite (sparring) footwork drills combinations self defense applications fitness drills The course will follow the below 4 weekly cycle and repeat. Week 1: Kihon (Basics) Week 2: Kata (Forms) Week 3: Kumite (Sparring) Week 4: All 3...
I have been teaching Karate for 17 years, over this time I have taught thousands of students both at club level and in schools. I have a proven track record from the first steps the younger children take in class, to getting their black belt and in some cases becoming international champions. On a personal level I received my 5th Dan in March 2020. I also have numerous titles and qualifications to my name including an NVQ in teaching Karate. For me the best bit about teaching is seeing the progress made by each individual over the days and weeks. Seeing children take the smallest steps from having the courage to try a class, to something as big as a grading is always amazing to see.
There is the possibility of a grading assessment, this will be based on training frequency and the level of the individual.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The session should be done in loose fitting clothing e.g. t-shirt and bottoms. The student should also train in bare feet. The student should have an open space to move around in. The screen should be clearly positioned, so the instructor can see the student and offer guidance.
🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
198 total reviews
23 completed classes
I will teach a variety of movements kihon (basics), kata (sequences), kumite (sparring drills), self defence applications and also fun games based drills. I have 21 years experience in Shotokan Karate, of these years I have taught for 17 years...