Martial arts are a great way of keeping your body agile and flexible. It is also one of the best known forms of self defense. There are a myriad advantages of learning martial arts. However, one needs dedication and willingness to invest requisite amount of efforts, so as to truly benefit from this sports form. Learning martial arts at home in the absence of a trained instructor, is rarely profitable. Once, you decide to learn martial arts, you also need to understand and analyze the various forms of martial arts and choose the one that suits you the best.
Kempo techniques are completely based on quick body movements. An artist does not use any weapon but his body in a rapid fire succession that certainly overwhelms the opponent. Kicks and hand strikes form the foundation of modern Kempo techniques. Apart from this, it also emphasizes punching, locking, throwing, and blocking etc. Basically, these techniques are a group of body moves arranged in a pre-planned sequence to illustrate a possible defense for a given scenario. Kempo techniques are taught in three levels or stages, known as, Ideal stage, What-If stage, and Formulation stage. One has to start with basic White belt and then, gradually crossing various degrees, move to black belt,that makes a person an expert in the art of Kisae Kempo. Different organizations have different belt systems that generally consists of White, Yellow, Orange, Green, Blue, Brown, and Black. One has to learn the basic techniques until they become automatic and natural. The movements need to be quick, concise, and to the point to be effective and that certainly needs a lot of practice, passion, and consistency.
Hello and welcome to "Kisae Kempo" We practice a form of Kempo called Kisae, "Keep It Simple And Effective". This art, our art, was created to meet our needs and fit ours or your limitations. We developed it after years of study, sweat and tears. I personally always prefer to learn new material under the guidance of a qualified pro.
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