Thursday, 31 July 2014

Kickboxing Mixed Martial Arts MMA Karate Classes

Kickboxing requires intense physical conditioning and lead to intense toning muscles throughout your body. Not to mention it is a remedy against the miraculous stress. 
You'd be surprised how throwing a few punches and kicks in a bag can do for your state of mind.
You train with a professional or just throw some blows in your workout, a workout will focus on three areas: punches, and core strengthening.
Punching is usually done with speed bags, heavy bags, or punching mitts worn by a partner. For a kickboxer, ensuring your feet move in time with your punches is a workout in itself, but to learn to check it, hook, uppercut and property will be a great exercise for arms.
Kicking also revolves around three separate shots that include stroke Strait, kick, kick and side. Strait involves a sudden turnaround your back, lifting the front leg in front of you, and propel it forward straight into the chest of the opponent or abdomen using your back foot to push you.
Kicked aside involves lifting the leg of a front facing position and strike an opponent in the game, while a rotunda is from the same position, but getting your leg high enough and return it to your opponent's head / face.
After all fists and feet, you will feel your arms are sore, your legs even more, and your abdomen has definitely had a workout, but it's not finished yet.
An intense round of core strengthening is the key, you're going to draw power loads your abdominal area for your punches and kicks. Not to mention it is important to keep it sturdy to protect beating your opponent.

Monday, 21 July 2014

Delhi Karate Classes

Many students of karate that I work with often say they do not have space to train at home. Some of them may have a small apartment or room to form and they feel they can not get in a good workout, but I have a solution that works even in the smallest spaces. 

Workout 1: 

In a ready position: 

Enter a forward position to the front of the left leg with a reverse punch 
Pull your left leg back into a position with a small cat (gedan) block knife in hand 
Move your left leg in a rearward position to the front of the left leg with a block outwardly down and up

The step of the new position in a forward position forwardly of the right leg with a reverse punch 
Pull your interest in a position with little cat feet (gedan) block knife in hand 
Move your right leg back in a forward position of the right leg with the block outwardly down and up 

Workout 2: 

In a ready position: 

Turn left into a front position to the front of the left leg with a low block and reverse punch 
Pull your left foot all the way back 180 degrees behind you, turn away from your hips and make a block down with reverse punch 
Turn left at 90 degrees in a forward position with the block down and reverse punch 
Pull your left foot all the way back 180 degrees behind you, turn away from your hips and make it a block down with reverse punch. 
Workout 3: 

In a ready position: 

A step forward in the left rear leg forward position with a block knife in hand 
Step back with your left leg in a forward position to the front of the right leg with a punch before 
Immerse yourself in a position ready 
A step forward in a rear position to the front of the right leg with a knife in hand block 
Step back with your right leg in a forward position to the front of the left leg with a punch before.

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Delhi Karate Classes

KARATE is a Japanese word meaning "Empty Hands" indicating that Karate is a Martial Art
that does not require weapons other than the parts of the body, but, also means that the
practitioner of Karate should strive to empty his/her mind of aggression. Originally, Karate
was a method of unarmed self-defence developed in the Okinawa Islands from various
techniques introduced from mainland China, as well as local innovations up until the late
19th century, the various karate Techniques were practiced and taught within relatively
small regions. Present day Karate is divided into four categories i.e. physical conditioning,
Self Defence, mental conditioning, and a sport.
It is an extremely effective method of Unarmed Self Defence. The average student learns
Karate for self defence and physical conditioning. As he/she becomes proficient, he/she is
taught to apply their knowledge by sparring with fellow students. This is a vital part of the
training used in most systems.
KARATE is not A Means of Combat Which Simply Takes the Issue of Battle At its Ultimate
Objective. It is An Art Which Systematically Tempering Every Part of the Body, Giving Special
Attention to the Hands and Feet, Enables One to Act Effectively in the Moment of Crisis,
This Training Provides Protection with Nothing More Than the Empty Hand. Again, it is A Sport
in Which Opponents Compete in Techniques Which Require Skilful and Even Movement of the
Body. With the Entire Body Enabled in the Execution of a Technique, Enlisting Both Good
Control and Will Power. One Seeks to Gain the Advantage of Their Adversary.

Sunday, 6 July 2014

Martial arts - Tai Chi

Tai chi emphasizes complete relaxation, and is essentially a form of meditation, or what has been
called "meditation in motion."Unlike the hard martial arts, tai chi is characterized by soft, slow,
flowing movements that emphasize force, rather than brute strength. Though it is soft, slow,
and flowing, the movements are executed precisely.
Another aim of Tai Chi is to foster a calm and tranquil mind, focused on the precise execution
of these exercises. Learning to do them correctly provides a practical avenue for learning about
such things as balance, alignment, fine-scale motor control, rhythm of movement, the genesis of
movement from the bodies vital centre, and so on. Thus the practice of Tai Chi can in some
measure contribute to being able to better stand, walk, move, run, etc. in other spheres of life
as well. Many practitioners notice benefits in terms of correcting poor postural, alignment or
movement patterns which can contribute to tension or injury. Furthermore the meditative nature
of the exercises is calming and relaxing in and of itself.