Karate is an excellent technique to study if you want to learn how to strike an opponent effectively. It teaches you striking skills and self discipline. When you know Karate, you can defeat opponents who are bigger and stronger than you using a variety of punching, knees, kicks, elbow strikes and open-handed techniques such as knife-hands.
Karate will help you develop:
- Efficient and effective striking techniques
- Self discipline and mental conditioning
- Great understanding of an opponent’s weak points
Karate means ‘empty hands’ in Japanese because the practitioner (known as a karataka) does not require any weapons other than his own body. Karate was originally developed as a form of unarmed self defence in the Okinawa Islands. In the 20th century Karate was bought to the Japanese mainland. It has survived for over a century and continues to be taught around the world, both as a martial art and as a competitive sport. Sparring In Karate is called Kumite. This means ‘meeting of hands’. Levels of contact in Kumite vary considerably.
Karate is extremely effective in some combat situations, but...
What happens If the attacker takes you to the ground? You can’t use Karate techniques if you are knocked to the ground. Karate doesn’t have any techniques to stop an attacker in this situation.
And what about groups of attackers? Do you know how to get away when three or four attackers have surrounded you on all sides?
Karate is a fun and challenging competitive sport, but it won’t prepare you for REAL STREET FIGHTS. Karate is a sport where you are taught to fight other people using Karate, playing by Karate rules.
Real life attackers don’t care about the rules. They’ll throw everything they have at you, and they won’t stop to consider whether it’s right or wrong.
They’ll bring their friends...
They’ll pull a knife on you...
They’ll come at you from all sides...
To defend against them, you need to absolutely stop ANY attacker (no matter how big or muscular) absolutely dead in their tracks.
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