Here's an old clip of Shidokan Triathlon (Karate, Kickboxing, Grappling). Fighters from various disciplines coming together and bringing out the best in each other.
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
In this video I give explain the basics of the Roundhouse Kick. I then share some fight footage on when to use this kick. Because the kick is a circular technique I suggest that in be done with the opponent is stationary or moving back. It works well as a counter and a follow up to miss attack. When the rules allow grabbing the leg, I recommend low and high round kicks, which are harder to grab. Also keep in mind that kicking with pants on is risky as the opponent can grab the pant leg. I will show the Roundhouse applied in Taekwondo, Kickboxing, and Shidokan Triathlon Rules (Bare knuckle Karate, Thai Boxing, Grappling).
Friday, February 10, 2017
The Side Kick is one my favorite kicks to use. Because I'm sideways, my opponent can't hit me. I can kick his guard and still know him back. I can use it offensively and defensively. In this video I will show some of the ways that I use this technique. First I will explain the technique from a traditional training concept and then provide you with fight footage showing the kick in action.
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Last time I discussed some clinch and knee techniques. This time, we are going to look at some Karate punching. First I will explain the basics of the punch and then provide some fight footage to see the techniques applied in combat. Over time I will explain my thoughts and philosophies on punching in various styles (Karate, Boxing, Kickboxing, etc.). Look for more fight tips soon. Study, practice and enjoy!
Friday, February 3, 2017
In this video clip Sensei Adam Johnson shares with Shidokan South members a Sabaki clinch technique. Shidokan representatives from Georgia and North Carolina travelled to the U.S. Shidokan Hombu Dojo for training.
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Here's a video demonstrating when to execute low kicks. These techniques work best when used in combinations, when backing an opponent up, and when countering. Throwing them blindly without setting them will put you in position to have your kicked blocked, evaded or countered. Study this clip and improve your low kick.