A simple adjustment to improve the front snap kick (Mae Geri) as used in Karate, Taekwondo & Kung.Read More
Kime (roughly translates as “focus” in Karate) is often described as tensing up at the end of a technique. But is it?
Is there a better way?
Correct hand to forearm alignment to maximise the effectiveness of a knife hand block/strike (shuto uke/uchi).Read More
Many martial arts (probably Karate the most) teach to tense everything at the end of a technique. But is it required, or even preferable?Read More
In Karate kicking is more difficult than hand strikes as only 1 foot is on the floor. Here we look at maintaining balance whilst kicking.Read More
Basic movements focus on fine detail & small differences can make big difference. So here’s how to use your supporting foot as you step.Read More