Kenpo Brown Belt An insight into what you should be taught on the 1st Brown Belt syllabus at semi expert level in American Advanced Kenpo Karate.
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The 1st Brown Belt syllabus is the eight belts to be taught to you at semi expert level in American Advanced Kenpo Karate.
As a qualified 2nd Brown Belt you may decide to continue to learn the next belt level which is the semi expert level, consisting of the Bow Form on Both Sides also known as kata, also 24 Self Defence Techniques, and the Freestyle Sparring Techniques.
The first part of the syllabus you will be taught on the 1st brown belt is the bow kata on both sides; this is no more than a long pole used as a weapon that you may have seen Bruce lee use in his movies. It is used in long range fighting to keep your opponent or opponents at a distance, the difference between the long bow and the short bow is the range. This is an excellent weapon to develop the jumping back spinning inward crescent kick, it will improve your fluidity and agility in long medium and close quarter fighting, using the angles on the clock to manipulate your opponent or opponents in combat if the need arises.
The next part of the 1st brown belt syllabus that you will be taught is the 24 Self-defense techniques. You will now return to orange belt syllabus and be taught extensions to the 24 self defense techniques that you have already been taught on the orange belt, this will include more weapons and multiple strikes to your techniques to improve your speed and power that you can use in combat if the need arises. Online Training
The last part of the syllabus on the 1st brown belt that you will be taught is the freestyle sparring self-defence techniques, this is a combination of foot manoeuvres hand and kicking techniques used in a stationary position, these techniques will also teach you how to close the gap between you and your opponent and improve your fighting ability. Freestyle sparring is divided into two categories tournament and street fighting techniques, in tournament you have rules but on the street there is no such a thing as rules.
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