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Kyokushin Karate lessons

Learn basic to intermediate Kyokushin Karate through lessons split into important aspects of Kyokushin karate

Created by RG MARTIAL ARTS - Martial Artist

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The goal for my lessons is to spread Kyokushin Karate, full contact karate also known as the strongest karate, to the global community. As far as I know, Kyokushin Karate has not been introduced to certain parts of the world enough to popularise it to its maximum potential yet. I aim to teach all of my viewers the basics of Kyokushin Karate and strengthen their understanding of the Martial Art by providing lessons for all levels. Watch my videos chronologically to begin taking my Kyokushin karate lesson course.

Please note: These videos are made to be helpful to expand or build basic knowledge on Kyokushin Karate and learn new techniques. They are no substitution for actually taking martial arts lessons in real life with a teacher. Use the videos as reference and try out the given lessons but do not avoid going to an actual class if you have the opportunity to.

Boxing For Self Defense Fitness and Martial Arts

Learn how to punch for self defense fitness and competition

Created by Taylor Kelley - Martial Arts Instructor / Online Fitness Health Coach

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Learn the best tactics and methods in a step by step method to learn how to box for self defense fitness and martial arts based competition. This course is beginner friendly and can be used without any need for equipment and done at home. It also comes with a 30 day money back guarantee so there's no risk to you for taking this course on how to box at all!

Martial Arts – Taijutsu – Beginner Foundation

Foundational skills of the Samurai for solo practice (Taihenjutsu - Body Changing Methods)

Created by Richard Roth - Martial Arts Instructor

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Bujinkan Ikari Dōjō Online (武神館奭道場) presents a beginner foundation for taijutsu, the martial arts of the Samurai. Ikari Dōjō (Majestic Hall 奭道場) is affiliated with the Bujinkan organisation (Divine Warrior Temple 武神館). The Bujinkan teaches Budō Taijutsu (Classical Martial Arts of the Way of War 武道體術) and is based in Noda, Japan, and headed by grandmaster Masaaki Hatsumi. The Bujinkan teaches nine traditional Japanese martial arts schools including:

  • Togakure-ryū Ninpō Taijutsu (戸隠流忍法体術) [Hidden Door School]

  • Gyokko-ryū Kosshijutsu (玉虎流骨指術) [Jade Tiger School]

  • Kuki Shinden Happō Bikenjutsu (九鬼神伝流八法秘剣術) [Nine Fierce Gods School]

  • Koto Ryū Koppōjutsu (虎倒流骨法術) [Tiger Felling School]

  • Shinden Fudo Ryū Dakentaijutsu (神伝不動流打拳体術) [Immovable Heart School]

  • Takagi Yoshin Ryū Jūtaijutsu (高木揚心流柔体術) [Willow Heart School]

  • Gikan Ryū Koppōjutsu (義鑑流骨法術) [Virtues Paragon School]

  • Gyokushin-ryū Ryū Ninpō (玉心流忍法) [Jade Heart School]

  • Kumogakure Ryū Ninpō (雲隠流忍法) [Hidden Clouds School]

Beginner foundation for taijutsu (taihenjutsu shoden 体変術初伝) is part of the the Bujinkan Unified Fundamental Curriculum (Touitsuteki Kihon Katei 武神館統一的基本課程 [TKK]) and is a general curriculum made up of multiple modules to prepare students for the practice of the nine schools of the Bujinkan. The TKK contains foundational basics for the three general aspects of the Bujinkan; taijutsu, jujutsu and ninjutsu. It also prepares students with specialist modules for further training in preparation for the denshou (transmission 伝承) of the nine schools.   

This course is part of a sub-section of the TKK called 'body, mind, spirit' (Taishinki 体心気) designed to prepare a student physically, mentally and spiritually for the practice of the nine schools of the Bujinkan. Taishinki includes nine modules focusing on developing physically and mentally for martial arts training. The Taishinki is split into three general areas, 'body changing methods' (Taihenjutsu 体変術), 'mind changing methods' (Shinhenjutsu 心変術), and 'spirit changing methods' (Kihenjutsu 気変術). Taihenjutsu are body development methods that focus on muscles, skeletal structure and nerves. Shinhenjutsu are mind development methods focused on willpower, flexibility and agility. Kihenjutsu are spirit development methods that focus on breathing, circulation and mindfulness. Together these three areas promote the development of the martial artist for the successful practice of the physical and mentally challenging activities in martial arts. 

Taishinki modules are split into three levels; beginner level (shoden 初伝), intermediate level (chuuden 中伝) and advanced level (jouden 上伝). Shoden modules are designed for solo practice. Chuuden modules involve paired exercises and techniques. Jouden modules are practiced by a group of three or more people. The idea of these modules is to develop personally, but also to practice leadership skills to empower others and understand the dynamics of groups and teams.

The module levels of the Taishinki correspond to module levels of the other courses in the TKK. Shoden courses in the Kihon Katei assume prerequisite knowledge and practice of shoden courses in the Taishinki. This also applies to chuuden and jouden modules in the Kihon Katei.

Taishinki is only a training guide and baseline; students should continue to explore training systems to improve their physical and mental health. 

Taishinki Katei (Body, Mind, Spirit Curriculum) 

Taihenjutsu 

  • Taihenjutsu Shoden (体変術初伝)

  • Taihenjutsu Chuuden (体変術中伝)

  • Taihenjutsu Jouden (体変術上伝)

Shinhenjutsu

  • Shinhenjutsu Shoden (心変術初伝)

  • Shinhenjutsu Chuuden (心変術中伝)

  • Shinhenjutsu Jouden (心変術上伝)

Kihenjutsu

  • Kihenjutsu Shoden (気変術初伝)

  • Kihenjutsu Chuuden (気変術中伝)

  • Kihenjutsu Jouden (気変術上伝)

Course Description

Taihenjutsu shoden contains three general areas for the development of muscles, skeletal structure and nerves, necessary for the more advanced practice of taijutsu; walking methods (arukijutsu 歩術),  crawling methods (shisokujuuarukijutsu 四足獣歩) and break-falling (ukemijutsu 受身術). Arukijutsu are isotonic exercises that reinforce posture and develop skeletal structure during movement. Shisokujuuarukijutsu are cardiovascular exercises that develop functional strength and full body strength. Ukemijutsu are break-falling techniques to prepare the body for falling and to condition nerves for heavy impact.

Walking Methods [Arukijutsu] (歩術)

[一] Small Steps [Shouho] (小歩): Place both hands along the pelvic inlets, raise the crown of the head and move forward landing with the ball of the foot followed by the heel.

[二] Big Steps [Daiho] (大歩): Place both hands along the pelvic inlets, raise the crown of the head and move forward in large steps. Land with the ball of the foot and turn the foot inward perpendicular to the line of travel before placing the heel.

[三] Posture Steps [Kamaeho] (構歩): Raise the lead hand in kitenken (turning fist) and hold the rear hand in the crook of the arm in shitouken (blade fist), this is seigan no kamae (true eye stance). Step forward using the same method as daiho.

[四] Unilateral walking [Nanba Aruki] (南蛮歩): Place both hands perpendicular to the body at the top of the thighs, with the lead hand facing palm down and the rear hand facing palm up. Move forward with the ball of the foot landing first, followed by the heel. While shifting, turn the hands so that the lead hand is always facing down when stepping on the lead foot.

[五] Quiet walking [Muon Aruki] (無音歩): Place both hands along the pelvic inlets and step with the heel followed by the ball of the foot. As the foot is placed down, roll along the outside of the foot to increase foot contact with the ground. 

[六] Side walking [Yoko Aruki] (横歩): Place the lead foot forward and the rear foot perpendicular to the lead foot, then cross the arms. Step and cross the legs and at the same time raise the arms. Continue moving like this.

Crawling Methods [Shisokujuuarukijutsu] (四足獣歩)

[一] Monkey crawl [Saru Aruki] (猿歩): Lower down to a squat and move sideways, crossing the hands between each step. 

[二] Bear crawl [Kuma Aruki] (熊歩): Lower down to a squat and place the lead hand forward and the rear hand back. Bring the rear leg to the rear hand and keep the lead leg back. Crawl forward on all fours.

[三] Cat crawl [Neko Aruki] (猫歩): Lower down to a squat. Place the hands and feet in a line, lead hand, rear hand, lead leg, rear leg. Move forward while remaining on the line, hands moving first followed by legs.

[四] Toad jump [Hikigaeru Aruki] (蟇蛙歩): From a squatting position, leap forward hands first, before resetting to the squat position. 

[五] Salamander crawl [Sanshouuo Aruki] (山椒魚歩): Squat down and bring the lead hand forward and the rear hand back. Place the lead leg back and the rear leg forward behind the rear hand. Lower down so the elbows are perpendicular to the ground.

[六] Lizard crawl [Tokage Aruki] (蜥蜴歩): As the salamander crawl, but turn the head up stretching the neck and rear leg. 

Breakfalling methods [Ukemijutsu] (受身術)

[一] Forward breakfall [Zenpou Ukemi] (前方受身): From a squatting position, place arms in a triangle position and dive forward, taking impact on the forearms and stretching out the legs. Reset to squat and continue moving forward.

[二] Backward breakfall [Kouhou Ukemi] (後方受身): From a squatting position, lower down and sit back bringing the legs and arms into ichimonji no kamae. Use elbow to return to hanza and get up to continue moving back.

[三] Sideward breakfall [Sokuhou Ukemi] (側方受身): From a squatting position, sweep the leg inward and lower to the ground with the groundward arm extending into ichimonji no kamae. Use elbow to return to hanza and get up to continue moving back.  

[四] Forward roll [Zenpou Kaiten] (前方回転): From a kneeling position [Seiza], bring the lead leg up to a raised position and place the rear leg perpendicular to the direction of travel [Hanza]. Shift forward so the lead knee touches the ground and place the lead hand perpendicular to the lead leg, and the rear arm in line with the lead leg, forming a right triangle with both arms. Turn the head away from the lead leg and push the body over the lead arm in a straight line, rolling across the back, from the lead shoulder to the opposite hip. Come back up into a raised kneeling position [Hanza].

[五] Backward roll [Kouhou Kaiten] (後方回転): From a raised kneeling position [Hanza]. Sit back and bring the lead leg over the same shoulder, landing on the curled back toes and transitioning to the knee. Place the rear leg perpendicular to the direction of travel and raise the leg back into hanza.

[六] Sideways roll [Sokuhou Kaiten] (側方回転): From the raised kneeling position, shift forward and place the hands in a right triangle on the ground as in the forward roll. To roll to the inside, roll across the rear arm in a 45 degree angle backward from the front and return to hanza. To roll to the outside, shift the body backwards in a 45 degree angle backward and return to hanza.

Historical Background

Taihenjutsu shoden is based on concepts and ideas of the Gyokko Ryu school of the Bujinkan. The Gyokko Ryu school is an ancient tradition that dates back to feudal Japan. Each grandmaster in the lineage is called soke. The current head of the Gyokko Ryu school is grandmaster Hatsumi Masaaki. The lineage of the school is as follows:

  • Tozawa Hakuunsai (1156-1159)

  • Tozawa Shosuke (1161-1162)

  • Suzuki Saburo (1171-1180)

  • Suzuki Gobei

  • Suzuki Kojiro Mitsu

  • Tozawa Soun (1288)

  • Tozawa Nyudo Geneai

  • Yamon Hyoun

  • Kato Ryu Hakuun (1394)

  • Sakagami Goro Katsushige(1532)

  • Sakagami Taro Kunishige (1532-1555)

  • Sakagami Kotaro Masahide (1532)

  • Sogyokkan Ritsushi

  • Toda Sakyo Isshinsai (1532)

  • Momochi Sandayu (1542-1555)

  • Momochi Sandayu II (1573-1591)

  • Momochi Tanba Yasumitsu (1595-1615)

  • Momochi Taro Saemon (1615-1624)

  • Toda Seiryu Nobutsuna (1624-1644)

  • Toda Fudo Nobuchika (1658-1681)

  • Toda Kangoro Nobuyasu (1681-1704)

  • Toda Eisaburo Nobumasa (1704-1711)

  • Toda Shinbei Masachika (1711-1736)

  • Toda Shingoro Masayoshi (1736-1764)

  • Toda Daigoro Chikahide (1764-1804)

  • Toda Daisaburo Chikashige (1804)

  • Toda Shinryuken Masamitsu (1824-1909)

  • Takamatsu Toshitsugu (1887-1972)

  • Masaaki Hatsumi (1931-Current)

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According to Kuden, the verbal tradition in Gyokko ryu, the system was developed in China during Tang-dynasty. There are two possible origins. Either there was a guard at the palace who developed the system after his small body, or it was developed by a princess. This is in accordance to the system of movement, which implies that it was developed by a physically smaller person.

According to another source, a famous musician and authority on the history of music by the name of Mr. An of Xian in China, there was a woman by the court in Xian (which was the main residence of Tang-dynasty), who was very famous for her skills in dancing and martial arts. By the fall of Tang-dynasty, year 907, many people of high stations in society escaped from China to Japan. The name that is connected to the origin of Gyokko ryu in Japan is Yo (or Cho) Gyokko. It could have been introduced by a single person, but it also might have been a whole group.

The first formal grandmaster in Japan was Hakuunsai Tozawa, who appeared some time during the period of Hogen (1156-1159). How he got the title, and how he got knowledge of the system is unknown. But Gyokko ryu, which means "Jewel Tiger", is according to Dai Nippon Bugei Ryu Ha one of the oldest documented martial arts in Japan.

The system was brought on and kept alive during Kamakura, Nambuko and Muromachi period, by the Suzuki family. In the 16th century it came to the Sakagami family, and between 1532 and 1555, the methods were organized by Sakagami Taro Kuniushige, who called the system Gyokko ryu Shitojutsu. The next supposed grandmaster, Sakagami Kotaro Masahide, was killed in battle 1542. Because of this, the title was passed on to Sougyoku Kan Ritsushi (also known as Gyokkan Ritsushi). Sakagami Kotaro Masahide was also known as Bando Kotaro Minamoto Masahide, and he was supposed to be the grandmaster of Koto ryu koppojutsu as well. He was never registered in Koto ryu, and his name is only mentioned in some of the lists of Gyokko ryu grandmasters.

Sougyoku Kan Ritsushi, who either came from the Kishu area or belonged to Kishu ryu, renamed Gyokko ryu Shitojutsu to Gyokko ryu Koshijutsu. He had some students who, in the 18th century, founded different schools based on Gyokko ryu and knowledge from Sougyoku.

In spite of the fact that two of the schools founded by Sougyoku Kan Ritsushis students went on to Takamatsu Toshitsugu and Hatsumi Masaaki, Gyokko ryu went it's own way along with Koto ryu. The schools went to Toda Sakyo Ishinsai and Momochi Sandayu I. After that, the schools remained in the Toda and Momochi families until Takamatsu, who was the last of the Todas to learn the arts, passed the schools to Hatsumi Masaaki.

It is thanks to the Toda and Momochi families' activities in the Iga province that the schools has come to belong to the local ninjutsu tradition, despite that the schools themselves were not really ninjutsu. Another connection in history is that Toda Shinryuken Masamitsu, Takamatsu's teacher and uncle, is said to be a descendant of Hakuunsai Tozawa's.

Toda Shinryuken Masamitsu taught Takamatsu that the most important thing is to study the techniques of Kihon Kata, also known as Kihon Happo, since they are the basis of all martial arts. This means that Kihon Happo covers all methods that are effective in real combat such as blocks, punches, kicks, breaking of wrists and elbows, and throws. The methods of Gyokko ryu are based on Koshijutsu (attacks against soft parts of the body). The strategy differs therefore very much from for example Koppojutsu, which concentrates on the bone structure.
While Koppojutsu motions goes in and out to come at right angles to the joints, Koshijutsu moves sideways, or around the attack, to get close to Kyoshi (the weak parts of the body). These targets can be nerve points, but also inner organs, or muscles and where the muscles are attached. One of the reasons for this system is probably because it was developed by a small person. The power in the counterattacks is therefore not generated by muscles, but by the hips and the spine. This is shown for example by the way of blocking, which concentrates on a powerful block to break the opponents balance, and thereby reaching the weak points of the body. An important detail in order to move close to the opponent, is that the back hand is always held in front of the face as a guard against counterattacks.

A frequently used body weapon in Gyokko ryu are the fingers and the fingertips. This is the reason for the earlier name Shitojutsu, which means techniques with the fingertips. Shitoken, also known as Boshiken, is the most common finger strike. This is a strike with the tip of the thumb, most often against where the muscles are attached or nerve points. The bone by the wrist is also a weapon, which is used for blocking, hits against Kasumi (the temple), etc. Another way of hitting is to push the knuckle of the middle finger in front of the other knuckles in a modified Shikanken. It is not only Boshiken that has another name in Gyokko ryu. Shutoken is called Kitenken, for example.
The thumbs are important in Gyokko ryu. It is mostly shown in the three official stances: Ichimonji no kamae, Hicho no kamae, and Jumonji no kamae, where the thumbs always are directed upwards. The reason is that the energy always should flow freely, and there should be no lockups in the movement. In Gyokko ryu it is important to protect the heart. Therefore a starting position with the right leg forward is preferred, so that the left side is turned away from the opponent. Shoshin no kamae, Doko no kamae — "Angry tiger", and Hanin no kamae are also said to belong to Gyokko ryu.

Gyokko ryu consists of several parts. First there is Kamae no kata (stances) and Taihen Kihon (falls). The next step is Ki kata, also known as Sanshin no kata. Ki kata teaches basic movements based on the five elements. These movements reoccur in all techniques in Gyokko ryu. After that comes Kihon kata and Toride Kihon kata, which are basic exercises for punches, kicks, blocks, grabs and throws. There are different statements on how many the exercises are, and which exercises that belongs. Usually there are three exercises for punches, kicks and blocks, and five or six for grabs and throws. The last are trained from both sides.

After all these basic exercises, you come to Koshijutsu. Koshijutsu is split in three main parts:

  • Joryaku no maki - Unarmed vs Unarmed

  • Churyaku no maki - Unarmed vs Tanto or Kodachi

  • Geryaku no maki - Unarmed vs Ken or Yari

Mutodori from Geryaku no maki are techniques against sword or spear and is considered to be the highest, and most difficult level of Gyokko ryu.

Gyokko ryu was, beside the Kosshijutsu, also known for it's methods with Katana, Tanto and Bo. Except for some techniques with Bo, very much of this is unknown. More of this will probably be known, however, since Hatsumi Masaaki is releasing more information on the subject.

Even though Gyokko ryu can not claim to be a ninjutsu school, due to the lack of philosophy among other things, there is one saying that has followed the school: "Bushigokoro wo motte totoshi no nasu", which means "The heart of a warrior is precious and essential".

October 1995:

History of Gyokko Ryu Kosshijutsu

by Peter Carlsson; Contributed by Mats Hjelm

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Martial Arts – Ninjutsu – Beginner Secret Fighting

Foundational skills of secret fighting methods for solo practice (Nintaijutsu - Secret Fighting)

Created by Richard Roth - Martial Arts Instructor

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Bujinkan Ikari Dōjō Online (武神館奭道場) presents beginner secret fighting for ninjutsu, a martial art of the Ninja. Ikari Dōjō (Majestic Hall 奭道場) is affiliated with the Bujinkan organisation (Divine Warrior Temple 武神館). The Bujinkan teaches Budō Taijutsu (Classical Martial Arts of the Way of War 武道體術) and is based in Noda, Japan, and headed by grandmaster Masaaki Hatsumi. The Bujinkan teaches nine traditional Japanese martial arts schools including:

  • Togakure-ryū Ninpō Taijutsu (戸隠流忍法体術) [Hidden Door School]

  • Gyokko-ryū Kosshijutsu (玉虎流骨指術) [Jade Tiger School]

  • Kuki Shinden Happō Bikenjutsu (九鬼神伝流八法秘剣術) [Nine Fierce Gods School]

  • Koto Ryū Koppōjutsu (虎倒流骨法術) [Tiger Felling School]

  • Shinden Fudo Ryū Dakentaijutsu (神伝不動流打拳体術) [Immovable Heart School]

  • Takagi Yoshin Ryū Jūtaijutsu (高木揚心流柔体術) [Willow Heart School]

  • Gikan Ryū Koppōjutsu (義鑑流骨法術) [Virtues Paragon School]

  • Gyokushin-ryū Ryū Ninpō (玉心流忍法) [Jade Heart School]

  • Kumogakure Ryū Ninpō (雲隠流忍法) [Hidden Clouds School]

Beginner secret fighting for ninjutsu (nintaijutsu shoden 忍耐術初伝) is part of the the Bujinkan Unified Fundamental Curriculum (Touitsuteki Kihon Katei 武神館統一的基本課程 [TKK]), which is a general curriculum made up of multiple modules to prepare students for the practice of the nine schools of the Bujinkan. The TKK contains foundational basics for the three general aspects of the Bujinkan; taijutsu, jujutsu and ninjutsu. It also prepares students with specialist modules for further training in preparation for the denshou (transmission 伝承) of the nine schools.   

This course is part of a sub-section of the TKK called the Hidden Door branch (Togakureha 戸隠派) designed to prepare a student for the practice of the Hidden Door lineage (Togakure Ryū 戸隠流) of the Bujinkan. Togakureha includes 18 modules focusing on developing the techniques, skills and knowledge required for the practice of Togakure Ryū. The Togakureha is split into six general areas, 'secret fighting methods' (nintaijutsu 忍体術), 'trowel methods' (kunaijutsu 苦無術), 'climbing claw methods' (shukojutsu 手虎術), 'ring chain dagger ' (kyoketsushogejutsu 距跋渉毛術), 'blinding powder methods' (metsubushijutsu 目潰術), and 'hand blade methods' (itakenjutsu 板剣術). Nintaijutsu is striking and capturing methods focused on attacking from hidden positions or defending against hidden attacks. Kunaijutsu are methods utilising a special trowel used as an improvised weapon and general multitool. Shukojutsu focus on the use of the hand and foot climbing claws that could also be used as an improvised weapon. Kyoketsushogejutsu explores the use of the ring and dagger linked by a chain, used for climbing or as an improvised weapon. Metsubushijutsu includes techniques and methods designed to blind an opponent and disable them. Itakenjutsu are methods of using a hidden hand blade from close range or a distance to misdirect an opponent.

Togakureha modules are split into three levels; beginner level (shoden 初伝), intermediate level (chuuden 中伝) and advanced level (jouden 上伝). Shoden modules are designed for solo practice. Chuuden modules involve paired drills and techniques. Jouden modules are advanced drills and concepts for paired practice. The purpose of these modules is to prepare students for the practice of the nine schools of the Bujinkan.

Togakureha Katei (Hidden Door Curriculum) 

Nintaijutsu (忍体術)

  • Nintaijutsu Shoden (忍体術初伝)

  • Nintaijutsu Chuuden (忍体術中伝)

  • Nintaijutsu Jouden (忍体術上伝)

Kunaijutsu (苦無術)

  • Kunaijutsu Shoden (苦無術初伝)

  • Kunaijutsu Chuuden (苦無術中伝)

  • Kunaijutsu Jouden (苦無術上伝)

Shukojutsu (手虎術)

  • Shukojutsu Shoden (手虎術初伝)

  • Shukojutsu Chuuden (手虎術中伝)

  • Shukojutsu Jouden (手虎術上伝)

Kyoketsushogejutsu (距跋渉毛術)

  • Kyoketsushogejutsu Shoden (距跋渉毛術初伝)

  • Kyoketsushogejutsu Chuuden (距跋渉毛術中伝)

  • Kyoketsushogejutsu Jouden (距跋渉毛術上伝)

Metsubushijutsu (目潰術)

  • Metsubushijutsu Shoden (目潰術初伝)

  • Metsubushijutsu Chuuden (目潰術中伝)

  • Metsubushijutsu Jouden (目潰術上伝)

Itakenjutsu (板剣術)

  • Itakenjutsu Shoden (板剣術初伝)

  • Itakenjutsu Chuuden (板剣術中伝)

  • Itakenjutsu Jouden (板剣術上伝)

Nintaijutsu Shoden

Nintaijutsu (忍体術) is a secret form of armed and unarmed combat which focuses on evading and misdirecting the opponent in order to escape. Nintaijutsu shoden is a foundational module that teaches the basic principles and concepts of secret fighting methods.

The fundamentals of nintaijutsu are split into three levels; shoden, chuuden and jouden or beginner, intermediate and advanced.

Nintaijutsu shoden is made up of 18 forms split into three categories, postures [kamae] (構), vital points [kyuusho] (急所), and evasion [kaihi] (回避). These three areas are called Nintai Roppou Kamae, Nintai Roppou Kyuusho and Nintai Roppou Kaihi respectively.

These forms are designed to reinforce muscle memory and practice good martial habits.

Nintaijutsu Shoden Kamae - 忍耐術初伝構

Kamae (構) are postures or biomechanical structures of the body for specific use in both unarmed and armed combat. The kamae practiced in Nintaijutsu are derived from the Hidden Door School (Togakure Ryu).

[一] Ichi no Kamae - 一の構 (Number One Posture): The lead hand is in Kitenken pointing at the opponent's eyes, while the lead foot is forward pointing at the opponent. The rear hand is in Kitenken resting on the shoulder of the lead arm, while the rear leg is at a right angle to the opponent. This posture is very deep with legs greater than hip width apart.

[二] Tonsou no Kamae - 遁走の構 (Escape Posture): The lead hand is in Kitenken pointing at the opponent's eyes, while the lead foot is forward pointing at the opponent. The rear hand is clenched resting inside the clothes or on top hidden from view, while the rear leg is at a right angle to the opponent. This posture is very deep with legs greater than hip width apart.

[三] Hachimonji no Kamae - 八文字の構 (Figure Eight Posture): The lead hand is in Kitenken pointing at the opponent's eyes, while the lead foot is forward pointing at the opponent. The rear hand is in Kitenken with the arm raised straight up, while the rear leg is at a right angle to the opponent. This posture is very deep with legs greater than hip width apart.

[四] Hichou no Kamae - 飛鳥の構 (Flying Bird Posture): The lead hand is in Kitenken pointing at the opponent's eyes, while the lead foot is resting on the knee of the base leg. The rear hand is in Kitenken resting on the shoulder, while the rear leg is at a right angle to the opponent. The base leg is lowered as far as possible.

[五] Happou Gakure no Kamae - 八方隠の構 (Eight Ways Concealing Posture): The lead hand is clenched and slightly offset from the rear hand. The lead foot is facing forward and slightly offset from the rear foot. The posture is facing forward and as deep as possible.

[六] Hira Ichimonji no Kamae - 平一文字の構 (Level Straight Line Posture): The body is facing the opponent and both arms are stretched out in a straight line. Both hands are in Kitenken. The posture is very deep.

Nintaijutsu kamae serve as the core foundation of the Hidden Door School's movement and techniques. Each posture has a specific purpose and requires a decent amount of strength and flexibility to achieve. Practicing these postures in isolation can improve stability and balance, and contribute to the future study of higher level Nintaijutsu techniques.

Nintaijutsu Shoden Kyuusho - 忍体術初伝急所

Kyuusho (急所) refer to six basic pressure point areas, which can be attacked unarmed or armed to incapacitate the opponent long enough to escape. In Togakure Ryuu, attacks are aligned to the outside or back of the opponent and avoid the front or inside of the opponent. These techniques are also designed for low-light conditions.

[一] Chidame - 血ダメ (Nape): This waza begins from ichi no kamae. Shift back, then shift forward striking with Kitenken to the nape of the neck (Chidame) from the outside (back) of the the opponent.

[二] Hoshi - 星 (Armpit): This waza begins from ichi no kamae. Shift back, then shift forward striking with Kitenken to the nape of the neck (Chidame) from the outside (back) of the the opponent.

[三] Kimon - 鬼門 (Abdomen): This waza begins from tonsou no kamae. Shift back, then shift forward while drawing the fist out then strike with a clenched fist or weapon from the outside (back) of the the opponent into the ura kimon.

[四] Sai - (Inner Thigh): This waza begins from ichi no kamae. Shift back and transition into hichou no kamae, then shift forward kick with the flat of the foot to the inner rear thigh of the opponent.

[五] Kaku - 搉 (Back of the Knee): This waza begins from ichi no kamae. Drop down to hanza no kamae (single kneeling posture) and strike to the back of the knee, while rolling away with ura kaiten (reverse side roll).

[六] Yaku - 扼 (Back of the Lower Leg): This waza begins from ichi no kamae. Drop down to hanza no kamae (single kneeling posture) and strike to the back of the lower leg, while rolling away with ura kaiten (reverse side roll).

Nintaijutsu Kyuusho show the general positions of possible weak points when engaging with armored or unarmored opponents. The purpose of Nintaijutsu is to incapacitate the opponent quickly, then escape. Kyuusho allow both armed and unarmed strikes to knock out, knock down or lame an opponent so they cannot give chase. These techniques are best utilised in ambush, from a position of surprise or in low visibility.

Nintaijutsu Shoden Kaihi - 体走術初伝回避

Kaihi (回避) are basic evasion and misdirection techniques to confuse and confound an opponent allowing escape.

[一] Otoshi - 落 (Drop): From ichi no kamae, drop straight down onto one knee into hanza no kamae.

[二] Metsubushi Otoshi - 目潰し落 (Vision Taking Drop): From ichi no kamae, drop straight down onto one knee into hanza no kamae. Drop the rear hand to the ground and pick up anything to throw into opponent's face.

[三] Tenchi Tobi - 天地飛 (Heaven Jump): From ichi no kamae, lower down then launch up in the air while maintaining posture and raising the legs.

[四] Ura Zenpou Kaiten - 裏前方回転 (Opposite Forward Roll): From ichi no kamae, drop straight down onto one knee into hanza no kamae with the lead leg. Lower the knee down and stretch the rear arm across the knee, then roll, coming back up to hanza on the opposite side.

[五] Ura Yoko Kaiten - 裏横回転 (Opposite Sideward Roll): From ichi no kamae, drop straight down onto one knee into hanza no kamae with the lead leg. Bring the rear arm across the lead leg (raised knee) and roll, ending up facing the opposite direction.

[六] Ura Ushiro Kaiten - 裏後回転 (Opposite Backward Roll): From ichi no kamae, drop straight down onto one knee into hanza no kamae with the lead leg. Drop back throwing the lead leg over the opposite shoulder, ending up facing the opposite direction.

Kaihi enable the kata (forms) and waza (techniques) of Nintaijutsu and the Hidden Door School. These techniques provide mobility, evasion and misdirection required for the practice of ninjutsu in combat.

Review and Conclusion

Nintaijutsu is a unique martial system with techniques tailored for a specific purpose. The purview of Ninjutsu is intelligence, espionage and sabotage. All these activities actively try to avoid close combat. Nintaijutsu is not an effective close combat system, but it is an effective evasion and escape system. When practicing these techniques and methods, keep in mind the purpose of the techniques and remember that they do not suit all situations. Nintaijutsu is just a tool in your toolbox for very specific situations.

Martial Arts – Taijutsu – Beginner Vital Point Striking

Foundational skills of vital point striking [muscles, nerves & organs] for solo practice (Kosshijutsu - Vital Striking)

Created by Richard Roth - Martial Arts Instructor

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Students: 94, Price: $29.99

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Jade Tiger School Kosshijutsu Vital Point Striking Foundation contains all the basic techniques to prepare you for the practice of Kosshijutsu or striking the muscles, nerves and organs. Focusing on striking postures, vital point strikes and unarmed receiving, vital point striking foundation will develop your unarmed combat skills and train you in the ways of the Samurai.

Designed for solo practice, this course can be done anywhere at any time. Just follow along with the videos and practice the techniques 10000 times to start your martial arts journey and begin your mastery of vital point striking.

Discover the ancient art of Japanese unarmed combat and become strong, confident and efficient. These techniques will allow you to strike an opponent in unarmed combat and quickly disable them or evade incoming strikes while dismantling your opponent and taking sapping his will to fight. The Jade Tiger School has been passed down for hundreds of years and has survived the test of time, and with this course you can learn the ancient secrets of the Samurai for only a few hours of training a week.

If you have ever had an interest in Japanese unarmed combat and want to improve your balance, bearing and control, then this is the course for you!

Martial Arts – Jujutsu – Beginner Foundation

Foundational skills of the sohei (warrior monk) for solo practice (Kihenjutsu - Respiration Changing Methods)

Created by Richard Roth - Martial Arts Instructor

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Students: 90, Price: $19.99

Students: 90, Price:  Paid

Tiger Felling School Jujutsu Beginner Foundation contains all the basic techniques to build your body, mind and spirit to prepare you for the practice of Jujutsu. Focusing on breathing, cardio and mindfulness, beginner foundation or kihenjutsu (respiration changing methods) will develop your martial skills and train you in the ways of the Sohei (warrior monk).

Designed for solo practice, this course can be done anywhere without equipment. Just follow along with the videos and practice the techniques 10000 times to start your martial arts journey and begin your master of jujutsu.

Rediscover the ancient practices of the Sohei and become strong, enduring and mindful. These techniques will bring you daily energy and spiritual serenity so you can tackle life with confidence and strength. The Sohei were masters of spirituality and tranquility, and with this course you can achieve the same results with only a few hours of training a week.

If you have ever had an interest in the Warrior Monks of Japan or wanted to develop your breathing, cardio and hand dexterity, then this is the course for you!

Wing Chun Chum Kiu (Cham Kiu) Second Form – Martial Arts

Dragon Sifu Wing Chun Chum Kiu (Cham Kiu) course is the intermediate course towards Wing Chun mastery.

Created by Dragon Sifu - I am one of Yip Man eldest son Yip Chun Sifu disciple

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Students: 77, Price: $19.99

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After Sil Lim Tao first form training. Now you want to improve yourself to higher level Cham Kiu second form( Turning ), learn how to defend yourself by turning. learn how attack others by turning. Maximize the strength of the body. Prepare for self defense if you are met with situation for street fighting. The Dragon Sifu Wing Chun Cham Kiu course is the complete intermediate course in the  Dragon Sifu Wing Chun Online system.

Learn Chinese Martial Arts-Praying Mantis Kung Fu Techniques

Introduction to Praying Mantis Kung Fu Techniques

Created by David Wong - Martial artist, Qi Gong Meditator, Entrepreneur, Influencer

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Students: 71, Price: $19.99

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In this course you will learn...

  • Bruce Lee’s favorite iconic attack, so FAST.. it's nearly impossible to counter

  •  3 striking techniques that increase your accuracy by 500%

  •  5 "Illegal" fighting techniques designed for real combat

  •  A 400-year-old martial arts tactic that the world's bestfighters are using today

  •  Striking, Kicking and Grappling techniques for every fighting range (Long range, mid rand and even close quarters!)

  • Catch your opponent by surprise!  ...and a backup move in case it didn't work!

  •  One unpredictable grappling technique that let's you take down opponents at will

  • 2 unique attack combinations not found in any other kung fu style

  •  A devastating attack that multiplies your power ten-fold, even if you are smaller and not strong

  • 1 signature mantis technique that lets you close in and destroy bigger attackers with longer reach than you

  •  And much more!

Top 10 Authentic Praying Mantis Techniques For Beginners Course Includes "Beng Bo" (崩步) Techniques And Self Defense Applications 

(20 Action Packed Lessons!)

  1. Grab and Long Punch 採手直捅 (Cai Shou Zhi Tong)

  2. Grab and Long Punch Training Drills

  3. Grab and Grinding Short Fist 銼手 (Cuo Shou) 

  4. Grab and Grinding Short Fist Training Drills

  5. Parry and Back Slap 崩錘 (Beng Chui)

  6. Parry and Back Slap Training Drills

  7. Parry and Punch  拍手直錘 (Pai Shou Zhi Chui)

  8. Parry and Punch Training Drills

  9. Grab and Hammer Fist 採手掄錘 (Cai Shou Lun Chui)

  10. Grab and Hammer Fist Training Drills

  11. Triple Hand  - Training 採三手 (Cai San Shou)

  12. Triple Hand  - Training Training Drills

  13. Stealing Grab Knuckle Swing 偷手圈錘 (Tou Shou Juan Chui)

  14. Stealing Grab Knuckle Swing Training Drills

  15. Stomp Kick 踩腿 (Cai Tui)

  16. Stomp Kick Training Drills

  17. Straight Heel Kick 蹬腿 (Deng Tui)

  18. Straight Heel Kick Training Drills

  19. Triple Hand Knife - Side Kick 側踹 (Ce Chuai)

  20. Triple Hand Knife - Side Kick Training Drills

Taekwondo Beginner Level – Korean Martial Arts

In this course, you will learn the three chapters to complete the beginner level program. You don’t need any experience.

Created by Master Han - The World's Top - Master of Martial Arts

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Students: 67, Price: $39.99

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This flexible course gives you the opportunity to complete each chapter technique at the most convenient time for you throughout the day/week/month/year.  Classes are not live with the master in real-time, but videos created by the master or posted by the master are pre-recorded and can be paused and replayed however many times you like or need to throughout the full life time access of the course.  Students will also complete and turn in assignments at the end of each chapter technique for their belt testing online.

The Learning Objectives Are Student-Centered.  This program provides comprehensive exposure to current applications related to the martial arts such as: Positive mental attitude, Korean terminology, & Culture of respect and also Kicking combination, Self defense, Form, and Breaking techniques.  We have designed martial arts programs to make students of all ages and fitness levels more interested, but we have not changed any of the actual content.  So, you will be learning the real Korean martial arts.  As such, you will prepare the black belt test and it will provide the major internationally recognized certificate recognized by the World Governing Bodies have the value at full International Olympic level and the world class level.

The Ideas of the Breakdown: you can focus of each instruction.

1 - Focus on the basic Korean terminology

2 - Focus on how to start and end the class

3 - Focus on the kicking combination

4 - Focus on the self defense

5 - Focus on the form

6 - Focus on the breaking

7 - Review the present chapter techniques & BAT

8 - Start the new chapter and do it same as above

LIFE TIME - Consistent practice and review all learning objectives

Students can record themselves doing the technique we learn each week and post it.  I will provide positive and encouraging feedback to each student.  There are 10 Chapters to complete the black belt program.  Once students complete the 10 chapters, they are ready for their Black Belt Test (BBT). 

Wear something comfortable (shorts, sweatpants, and a t-shirt will do/ no sneakers needed, no other equipment is needed at this time).  Get excited!  Encourage the use of a desktop, laptop computer, or TV scree for a better

Martial Arts Training Course, Yellow Belt, Shotokan Karate

Everything you need to know to become a Yellow Belt in Shotokan Karate

Created by Shodai Soke RP Singh - Martial Arts Trainer from last 35 Years

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Students: 48, Price: $49.99

Students: 48, Price:  Paid

In this course " Journey To Yellow Belt" We will teach you all the syllabus you need to reach to the Yellow Belt in Karate. This includes Punches, Blocks, Combinations, Kata, Sparring Techniques, Self Defence Techniques.  Its a beginner Level Course. After completing this course you will also get a Certificate of Completion.

Syllabus covered in this Course_
Punches- Chest Punch, Face Punch and Downward Punch
Kick- Front Kick
Blocks- Upper Block, Outer Block, Downward Block, Inner Block with practical application of all the blocks
5 Self Defense Techniques
5 Sparring(Fighting) Techniques
You will also learn how to start with basic fights
1st Kata of Shotokan Karate is also included
All Combinations you need to excel in Yellow Belt Karate are also included

Martial Arts – Kenjutsu – Longsword Drawing Foundation

Foundational skills of drawing the Japanese longsword for solo practice (Daito Battoujutsu - Longsword Drawing Methods)

Created by Richard Roth - Martial Arts Instructor

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Students: 47, Price: $29.99

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Jade Tiger School Battoujutsu Longsword Drawing Foundation contains all the basic techniques to prepare you for the practice of Battoujutsu or sword drawing. Focusing on drawing postures, drawing cuts and disarm defence, longsword drawing foundation will develop your weapon skills and train you in the ways of the samurai.

Designed for solo practice, this course can be done anywhere with a bokken & saya (wooden training sword and scabbard) or polymer bokken & saya (plastic training sword and scabbard). Just follow along with the videos and practice the techniques 10000 times to start your weapon martial arts journey and begin your mastery of battoujutsu.

Discover the ancient art of Japanese swordsmanship and become strong, confident and efficient. These techniques will allow you to draw a longsword and perform basic drawing cuts. The Jade Tiger School has been passed down for hundreds of years and has survived the test of time, and with this course you can learn the ancient secrets of the Samurai for only a few hours of training a week.

If you have ever had an interest in swordsmanship and want to improve your balance, bearing and control, then this is the course for you!

Martial Arts – Ninjutsu – Secret Fighting Framework

Intermediate skills of secret fighting methods for paired practice (Nintaijutsu - Secret Fighting)

Created by Richard Roth - Martial Arts Instructor

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Students: 46, Price: $39.99

Students: 46, Price:  Paid

Hidden Door School Nintaijutsu Secret Fighting Framework builds upon skills learned in Nintaijutsu Secret Fighting Foundation and Beginner Foundation (Shinhenjutsu, Kihenjutsu, Taihenjutsu). It contains more advanced techniques for the practice of Nintaijutsu or secret fighting techniques of the Ninja in paired drills, exercises and techniques.

Designed for paired practice, this course is ideally done on a soft level surface. Study the videos and practice the techniques with a training partner 10000 times to continue to develop your martial arts and continue your master of secret fighting techniques of Ninjutsu.

Discover the ancient secret of the Ninja and learn a unique martial system like no other. These techniques will allow you to evade, misdirect or avoid confrontation and combat. The Hidden Door School has been passed down for hundreds of years and has survived the test of time, and with this course you too can learn the ancient secrets of the Ninja for only a few hours of training a week!

If you have mastered the basic courses or have experience with Ninjutsu already and want to continue to develop your martial skills, then this is the course for you!

Kali – Filipino Martial Arts : Program 1

Basic Level 1

Created by Keith Gilliland - Chief Instructor Gilliland Martial Arts & Fitness

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Students: 41, Price: $29.99

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All the requirements for basic level 1 in Kali - Filipino Martial Arts including;

  • Single & Double Stick

  • Dagger

  • Empty Hands

  • Footwork

  • Salutations

This is the first level of our Kali Filipino Martial Arts system.

Kali, also known as Arnis or Eskrima/Escrima, is the national martial art of the Philippines.

The three are roughly interchangeable umbrella terms for the traditional martial arts of the Philippines ("Filipino Martial Arts", or FMA), which emphasize weapon-based fighting with sticks, knives, bladed weapons, and various improvised weapons, as well as "open hand" techniques without weapons.

Please practice the techniques in a safe manner.

Practical Tactics Martial Arts: Level 1

Defensive and combative Techniques for MMA fighters- Traditional martial artists of any style or rank- Self defense.

Created by Joseph Green - Founder and Chief Instructor of Practical Tactics.

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Students: 37, Price: $44.99

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Your Instructor is Sensei  Joseph Green. Over 40 years martial arts experience and 20 years teaching experience training law enforcement, MMA fighters and martial art enthusiasts.  Sensei Green  is the creator and founder of the Practical Tactics Martial arts system. Practical Tactics is a unique compilation of techniques that combine the Power of Muay Thai, the  Brutal joint manipulation and pressure points of Ninjutsu and the speed of Tae Kwon Do. These techniques are created to cause serious damage to your enemy but they are also adaptable so you can add them to your arsenal of whatever martial art style you choose.

Iron Body Martial Arts-Iron Hand Method

The Iron Body Martial Arts Method of Complete Iron Hand- Iron Fist, Iron Palm and Crushing Grip.

Created by Brett Barrell - Iron Body Martial Arts Head Instructor

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Students: 35, Price: $69.99

Students: 35, Price:  Paid

OFFICIAL IRON BODY MARTIAL ARTS- IRON PALM AND IRON FIST TRAINING.

I am BRETT from IRON BODY MARTIAL ARTS and this is the OFFICIAL IBMA IRON HAND training course.

IRON HAND, is the term for IRON FIST and IRON PALM skills. Hence, IRON HAND.

I have been training Martial Arts of all types for the past 28 years, it is my lives passion.

I have been a serving Police Officer in two countries for a total of 12 years and am experienced in real confrontations and have encountered my fair share of life threatening situations.

LUCKILY FOR ME I specialise in OLD STYLE CONDITIONING TRAINING METHODS, like IRON PALM AND IRON FIST and other old training methods from the 72 SECRET ARTS OF THE SHAOLIN and other forms of Kung Fu and Traditional Karate.

For the past 19 years I have trained IRON BODY MARTIAL ARTS alongside my other Martial Arts training and now I share it with you here as a comprehensive training package.

Not only do I draw on my 19 years of Conditioning Specific Training for this course, but also my 28 years of Martial Arts to deliver a truly fact filled and interesting Course that is VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY. I have been instructing on line for nearly 9 years so bring my understanding of the medium to the course.

No matter what Martial Art or Fighting Sport you do, I am sure you will appreciate these old training methods and they WILL MAKE YOU TOUGHER AND MORE EFFECTIVE MARTIAL ARTIST.

WHEN CHOOSING THIS COURSE YOU WILL ALSO BENEFIT FROM A EXTENSIVE BACK CATALOGUE OF FURTHER TRAINING VIDEOS AND LINKS TO MY ACTIVE SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORM .

Martial Arts – Kenjutsu – Shortsword Foundation

Foundational skills of the Japanese shortsword for solo practice (Shoutoujutsu - Shortsword Methods)

Created by Richard Roth - Martial Arts Instructor

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Students: 35, Price: $29.99

Students: 35, Price:  Paid

Jade Tiger School Kenjutsu Shortsword Foundation contains all the basic techniques to prepare you for the practice of kenjutsu or Japanese swordsmanship with the shortsword. Focusing on postures, attack and receiving methods, shortsword foundation will develop your weapon skills and train you in the ways of the samurai.

Designed for solo practice, this course can be done anywhere with a shoutou bokken (wooden training shortsword), shoutou shinai (bamboo training sword) or any short sword-like implement (ie. stick). Just follow along with the videos and practice the techniques 10000 times to start your weapon arts journey and begin your mastery of kenjutsu.

Discover the ancient art of Japanese swordsmanship and become strong, confident and efficient. These techniques will allow you to handle a short sword and perform basic cutting, receiving and evasion. The Jade Tiger School has been passed down for hundreds of years and has survived the test of time, and with this course you can learn the ancient secrets of the Samurai for only a few hours of training a week.

If you have ever had an interest in swordsmanship and want to improve your balance, bearing and control, then this is the course for you!

How To Start A Martial Arts School

Go from 0-100 Students Without Business Loans, Credit Cards or Business Experience!

Created by Taylor Kelley - Martial Arts Instructor / Online Fitness Health Coach

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Students: 28, Price: $89.99

Students: 28, Price:  Paid

Have you ever wanted to start a martial arts school? Are you tired of your 9-5 job and want a chance to win your freedom back?

In this course I'm going to show you how I went from 0-100 students within the year. I started off with no money, no connections, out of town, and not even a location! 

Now I'm in a full time facility where my dream has become a reality, and I want to show you how I did it too! 

In this course I will be going over:

- How to Sublease a location to save you $$$$

- Class Scheduling

- Marketing

- FREE Marketing Methods

- Business operations

- Copyrighting Tips

- Website building

- Social Media Hacks

- Mindset Training

- Sales Training

People overcomplicate how martial arts schools should be run. If you're looking for a very concise and simple way to get started, then definitely get my course! 

Best of all, you can directly message me any questions about your process and your journey. I'll be happy to help! :) 

Lastly, if you are not satisfied with this course, you get a full refund with a 30 day money back guarantee.

Taekwondo Advanced Level – Korean Martial Arts

In this course, you will learn the last 3 chapters to complete the black belt program. You don’t need any experience.

Created by Master Han - The World's Top - Master of Martial Arts

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Students: 28, Price: $74.99

Students: 28, Price:  Paid

This flexible course gives you the opportunity to complete each chapter technique at the most convenient time for you throughout the day/week/month/year.  Classes are not live with the master in real-time, but videos created by the master or posted by the master are pre-recorded and can be paused and replayed however many times you like or need to throughout the full life time access of the course.  Students will also complete and turn in assignments at the end of each chapter technique for their belt testing online.

The Learning Objectives Are Student-Centered.  This program provides comprehensive exposure to current applications related to the martial arts such as: Positive mental attitude, Korean terminology, & Culture of respect and also Kicking combination, Self defense, Form, and Breaking techniques.  We have designed martial arts programs to make students of all ages and fitness levels more interested, but we have not changed any of the actual content.  So, you will be learning the real Korean martial arts.  As such, you will prepare the black belt test and it will provide the major internationally recognized certificate recognized by the World Governing Bodies have the value at full International Olympic level and the world class level.

The Ideas of the Breakdown: you can focus of each instruction.

1 - Focus on the basic Korean terminology

2 - Focus on how to start and end the class

3 - Focus on the kicking combination

4 - Focus on the self defense

5 - Focus on the form

6 - Focus on the breaking

7 - Review the present chapter techniques & BAT

8 - Start the new chapter and do it same as above

LIFE TIME - Consistent practice and review all learning objectives

Students can record themselves doing the technique we learn each week and post it.  I will provide positive and encouraging feedback to each student.  There are 10 Chapters to complete the black belt program.  Once students complete the 10 chapters, they are ready for their Black Belt Test (BBT). 

Wear something comfortable (shorts, sweatpants, and a t-shirt will do/ no sneakers needed, no other equipment is needed at this time).  Get excited!  Encourage the use of a desktop, laptop computer, or TV scree for a better

Martial Arts Ministry for Christian Men

How To Start A Christian Martial Arts Ministry

Created by Anthony J Fleischmann - "A Voice that Speaks from the Heart"

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Students: 20, Price: $49.99

Students: 20, Price:  Paid

This course is a supplement to our book. In this Course we lay out the foundations for starting and maintaining a successful Christian Martial Arts Ministry. If your a Christian and Into Martial Arts this Course may be for You. Have you ever thought about using your Martial Arts talents and abilities for building up the Kingdom of God one Student at a Time? This Course May be for You if You desire to use your Martial Arts skills to help Disciple believers in the Faith. Are You Ready to Get Started Today to Help Shape the Future of Believers in the Faith? Let's get started, Sign up Today - Remember You have a 30 Day No Questions Ask Money Back Guarantee.

I look forward to serving you in the near future - I'll See You on the Inside.

God Bless

Martial Arts Fundamentals of Striking

Learning how to be an efficient striker from home

Created by Tom Gillis - Martial Arts Instructor

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Students: 13, Price: Free

Students: 13, Price:  Free

In this class you will learn the fundamental principles of striking.  Techniques from modern and traditional martial arts will be presented and explored.  You will learn how to generate power with punches and kicks which will allow you to be better prepared if you're ever in a self defense situation.