Ma’am Cheryl and Master Jonathan teach Easy to Learn Self Defense Kicks To The Legs you cn use to defend yourself in a self defense situation or a fight. These Taekwondo kicks are a very powerful tool you can use to protect yourself against an attacker s they aare faast powerful, and most people wouldn’t expects you to kick them.
Is Taekwondo Hard To Learn? Master Jonathan discusses whether taekwondo is hard to learn or is taekwondo training hard? He goes over both sides of the question in detail. Hee breaks down how anyone can learn taekwondo and how there are various degrees of difficulty in taekwondo training, and that it is you who decides how easy or hard training is and how easy or harder to learn taekwondo and martial arts.
Master Jonathan goes over Taekwondo Kicking Bag Training using a Century Heavy Bag. He discusses and demonstrates some basic taekwondo kicking drills you can practice at your taekwondo school or during your at-home training. Almost any style of martial arts can benefit from a few basic kicking drills on a heavy bag.
Master Jonathan talks about Taekwondo Heavy Bag Training and how you can use a heavy bag in your taekwondo training. Heavy bags can be used to train taekwondo kicking, boxing combinations, kickboxing combinations, as well as self defense strikes like punches, kicks, elbow strikes, knee strikes, and so forth. Training on a taekwondo heavy bag is also a great way to train conditioning, cardio, and impact training.
Master Jonathan goes over the Taekwondo Training Equipment that his students and taekwondo black belts use in their training in taekwondo classes at Cobourg Tae Kwon Do. Taekwondo is a fun and dynamic martial arts that utilizes a variety of martial arts training equipment such as kicking paddles, focus mitts, body shields, boxing heavy bags, mma ground and pound bags, striking pads, and much more.
This provides the taekwondo students and black belts a variety of training methods that helps improves coordination, strength, power, endurance, cardio, flexibility, mobility, and agility, It also helps keeps the training fun and exciting so you want to come to class and keep up with your training.
Upper Body Striking Only Beginner Sparring Drills is a great way to just focus on your boxing skills and boxing sparring as well as focusing on adding elbows and palm strikes to your beginner sparring drills. You can work on offensive and defensive punches, palm strikes, and elbow strikes for mma, kickboxing, and self defense. Most beginners will feel more comfortable with hand strikes or upper body sparring as it will feel more natural as we were taught to use our hands more than our feet. Focusing on getting good with boxing skills will help you defend your head as well as learning to set up your kicks and knee strikes to the groin and legs of your opponent or assailant.
Sparring in itself is unpredictable as most self defense situations are. Martial Arts styles such as taekwondo, where you do a lot of sparring, are more practical for self defense because you aren’t just drilling with theory. You actually learn what sparring skills and self defense skills work for you. This is a key point we teach in our self defense for women workshops.
These 2 Beginner Sparring Drills will help you improve your striking tody before your next sparring match or class at your martial arts school. These two sparring drills focus on one and two strikes so you can focus on the proper form of each strike as well as learning to see what these strikes look like when they are coming at you. The sooner you can recognize the various punches and kicks, the sooner you can respond to them with the proper defenses and counter strikes of your own. These are of key importance for both taekwondo sparring/martial arts sparring, as well as for your self defense training. SParring specific ways can help you with your self defense skills.
How To Do A Heel Stomp For Beginners and Women’s Self Defense teaches you how you can train the heel stomp for self defense and in women’s self defense situations. Whether you are a beginner or have some experience. Heel stomps can be used for softening blows or defensive strikes. How To Do A Heel Stomp For Beginners and Women’s Self Defense is taught by Ma’am Cheryl Sanders and Master Jonathan Field of Empowered.
Be Proactive In Protecting Yourself And Learning Self Defense Women’s Self Defense. We at Empowered are dedicated to helping women and young girls around the world live a safer and more empowered life through defense and empowerment training. Our focus is to equip women and young girls with strategies to help avoid dangerous situations before they occur, and the tools they’ll need to survive if they encounter a sexual predator or assailant. We are also dedicated to helping both mothers and fathers educate their daughters on how to protect themselves from the all too real dangers lurking out there in the world.
Back Kick Tutorial For Beginners and Women’s Self Defense teaches you the taekwondo back kick that you can use in a self defense situation. This is a power kick taught in Women’s Self Defense workshops and courses. Back Kick is one of the most powerful kicks in Taekwondo and great for kicking your attacker from behind. Taught by Ma’am Cheryl Sanders and Master Jonathan Field of Empowered.