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American Kenpo Karate Classes

Renee Neal - Instructor

nealrenee@hotmail.com

916-757-0958


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Yellow Belt

Orange Belt

Purple Belt

Blue Belt

Green Belt

Third Brown

Second Brown

First Brown

First Black

 

 

 

ORANGE BELT Techniques

  1. Clutching Feathers
  2. Triggered Salute
  3. Glancing Salute
  4. Thrusting Salute
  5. Buckling Branch
  6. Crashing Wings
  7. Crushing Hammer
  8. Swinging Pendulum
  9. Obscure Wing
  10. Grip of Death
  11. Shielding Hammer
  12. Five Swords
  13. Raining Claw
  14. Glancing Wing
  15. Checking the Storm
  16. Crossing Talon
  17. Twirling Wings
  18. Circling Wing
  19. Twisted Twig
  20. Leaping Crane

GREETINGS & SALUTATIONS

Long Greeting/Salute

STANCES

Cover

Front to back switch

Back to front switch

Hop switch

Reverse Bow

BLOCKS

Universal Block

PARRIES

Inward

Outward

Windmill

PUNCHES

Half Fist

KICKS

Rear/Back

Spinning Rear/Back

Step-Up Rear/Back

Knife-edge

Side Thrust

Front scoop kick

Lifting Heel Kick

FLOW DRILLS

Parry/Parry, Hugging check, Punch

 

FOOT MANEUVERS

Spreading the Base

Up the Circle/Off angle

Disturbing the Base (Leg Buckle)

C-Step/Cat around

Knee Check

Push Drag/Shuffle

STRIKES/FINGER TECHNIQUES

Palm-Heel (Heel-Palm)

Crane Hand

Rolling Elbow

Floppy Elbow

Overhead Claw

Upward Claw

Middle Knuckle Strike

Eye Pokes

 

TERMINOLOGY/

CONCEPTS

Launching

Contouring

Anchoring

Frictional Pull

Purposeful Compliance

Direct Rotation

Physical Speed

Mental Speed

Obscure Zone

Sandwiching

Perceptual Speed

Double Factoring/Coverage

SETS & FORMS

Short Form 1 Left Side

Long Form 1

Kicking Set 1

 

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