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Marty Martin Karate - Student Training Material

Beginner Orientation White Belt Level Guidelines

 

_______________Beginner Orientation______________

White Belt to Yellow Belt

 

Beginner Orientation

 

Level Objectives: 

 

Establish a foundation of “basic skills” which each student will use as the basis of their martial arts training.

 

Complete Orientation to: 

 

Warm-ups: Aerobics, Stretching, Body toning

 

Boxing Skills: Basic punches and simple combinations

 

Karate Basics: Stances, Blocks, Punches, Kicks, and Steps

 

Self Defense Techniques: Grab-release skills utilizing basic blocks

 

Conditioning: Body toning: body weight, power bands, and 

    plyometrics and stretching

 

Character Development: Oral-recite review

 

Power Tumbling: Standing Stretches, basic tumbling skills 

 

Student Objectives:

 

Complete “orientation” to: 
Proper behavior, rules and responsibilities as a martial artist
Martial Arts “skills” needed for future “Skill Set” development
Use Oral-recite review toward “Character Development”

  Importance of proper warm-up and basics development

Expose student to: 

rules of engagement, use of training equipment and partner drills

 

 

 

_______________Beginner Skills    ______________

White Belt to Yellow Belt

 

Beginner Skills

 

Basics of Boxing

Fighting stance or Fighting Horse

Boxing moves

  Jab cross hook uppercut

  Double hammer block and move or follow-up with boxing 

Basics of Karate

Stances: ready, fighting horse, training horse, bow stance

 

Blocks: Inward, outward, upward, downward

 

Strikes: karate punch, reverse punch, shuffle punch, lunge punch

 

Kicks: front kick, roundhouse, crescent kick, outside crescent kick

 

Steps: cross step, hidden step, “L” step, “V” step

 

Movement drills: step through, shuffle, side-slide, slide back

 

Snap Back Blocking

In-out-up-down in fighting stance

Spontaneous combinations 

 

Basic Standing Jiu Jitsu Skills

Inside wrist lock

Outside wristlock

 

Basic Grab Release Skills: 

Inward block to front shoulder grab

Outward block to side shoulder grab

Upward block to rear shoulder grab

Downward block straight wrist grab

 

Beginner Tumbling for “Breakfalls”

Front tumbling roll

Back roll

Martial arts roll

 

Beginner level kickboxing combinations: 

This is an introduction to kickboxing combinations:

Block – punch or punch block

Kick – punch or punch kick

Block – kick – punch or punch – block - kick

  Kick – block or block – kick

_______________Beginner Drills Development  _____________

White Belt to Yellow Belt

 

Beginner Orientation to Drills Development

 

Beginner Boxing Skills

In place platform and introduction to moving

  Shadow boxing

On mitts

Combinations

  “Double Hammer” then move and strike

  

Basics of Karate

In place 

Practice each basic section in-group formation

  Practice basics in combinations

Line drills

  Step-through – practice each basic section then in combination

  Slide-up - practice each basic section then in combination

 

Snap Back Blocking

In place

In ring movement

 

Basic Grab-Release Skills with partner: 

Front shoulder grab

Side shoulder grab

Rear shoulder grab 

Straight wrist grab

 

Basic Standing Jiu Jitsu Skills with partner

Inside wrist lock – straight wrist or clothing grab

Outside wristlock – cross wrist grab or clothing grab

 

In ring movement drills and skills using the Platform “Fighting Stance”

Block Focus Target

Punch Focus Target

Kick Focus Target

Block Kick-Punch Combinations

Front Kick-Reverse Punch

Round Kick-Reverse Punch

Rear Leg Front Kick-Front Leg Round Kick (add punch)

 

 

 

 

 

_______________Oral-recite Review__ ____________

White Belt to Yellow Belt 

 

 

Character Building Material - Oral Recite Review

 

 

Beginner Level

 

Where Do We Learn Karate?

Marty Martin Karate

What Style Karate Are We Learning?

           Kenpo Jiu Jitsu Karate

Are We Ready To Learn?

           Osssh!!!

 

Teaching – Students listen while Instructors teach then students do

 

Who’s Job Is It to Teach?

             “The Teacher”

Who’s Job Is It to Learn?

                 “Mine”

Who’s Job Is It to Use the Knowledge?

           “Mine”

 

Learning – the process of using new information to make ourselves better

 

How Do We Learn?  

         We listen to directions. 

How Do We Know?  

          We do. 

How Do We Get Better?

         We practice.

 

Establish a mental desire to study, set goal, become dedicated to the martial arts.

 

 

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