LEARN MARTIAL ARTS DEFENSE
Karate For Self Defense?
Yes, really! Karate is one of the martial arts styles deeply rooted in Krav Maga.
A fully trained Karateka- a Karate practitioner, will be armed with rigid footwork, low and well-grounded stances, super-fast movements, well-timed reflexes, and the art of avoiding strikes and landing the counter ones. The art of Sidestepping and parring adds more armament to one’s arsenal.
KARATE SELF DEFENSE
Sidestepping or strike-slipping is a common move in Karate to neutralize the strikes and land the counter ones. When a well-trained Karate practitioner sees the strikes being delivered, they quickly shift their position by turning hips and shoulders away with their back foot. This move brings them in an ideal position to land a combo to an off-balanced opponent.
MARTIAL ARTS DEFENSE
There is another move called Parrying or blocking where the Karate fighter redirects or snicks the opponent’s strikes with elbows or shins to block the power strikes. Furthermore, there are a lot of chokes, locks, and pins to naturalize an opponent to force an opponent to quit and submit.
Once you are trained in Karate, you can use the power, weight, and momentum of your opponent against them. Do this with a simple snick of the arm or tap with a leg which will cause heavy damage to your attacker as he is moving forward after a missed strike. Then complete the move by putting your weight on the opponent while clinching and grappling, which will empty your opponent’s gas tank rather quickly.
KARATE GRAPPLING JIU-JITSU
Practice and implementation of different ground and pound techniques of Karate make it equally effective as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and other grappling-oriented fighting styles. A good grappler knows how to get and maintain the top position and is well aware of the art of avoiding submission attempts from the opposition. And of course, knows how to apply some effective locks and chokes while laying on their back, and maintain and control the fight while landing some effective blows during the grappling or shifting the positions during an attempt to apply a joint lock or vein choke.
SAVE YOUR OPPONENT
When there is only one opponent, a joint lock or vein choke is enough to end the quarrel, but when there is a group of bullies, you would need to apply some Kata – a combination of different offensive and defensive strikes and postures to avoid the strikes and landing their counter ones by using punches and kicks called Kihon. There are also many tricks to knock an opponent down called Kumite which also help disable your attacker without causing great bodily injury.
SELF DEFENSE KARATE CLASSES
As a Karate student you will try to save the opponent while defending yourself. Things will become natural for you; and when you find yourself in a fight, you will instinctively not only defend yourself but also save your opponent from any serious injuries or lethal blows.
In short, Karate is one of the greatest tools for everyday self-defense and living a healthy, safe, and confident life.
WHY DO WE NEED SELF DEFENSE
Crime around the country is on the rise.
Don’t let yourself get caught unprepared