Kickin The Kenpo Streets

Click Below: Dragon Kenpo Honors It's Heritage Within The Seng Ping Tao:

B. D. C. C. I. Honors: Dragon Kenpo Honors It's Heritage Within The Seng Ping Tao:

 THE B.D.C.C.I. CONGRATULATES GM HOOVER ON HIS RECENT NOMINATION TO AMERICAN JITERYU KARATE FEDERATION U.S. SOKESHIP UNION OF INTERNATIONAL GRANDMASTERS, INTERNATIONAL GRANDMASTERS COUNCIL AND U.S. REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL GRANDMASTERS SOKESHIP UNION.  SOKE HOOVER IS ALSO RECOGNIZED BY THE INTERNATIONAL AMERICA OKINAWA SEISHINRYOKU TAI CHI CLUB AS CERTIFIED PROGRAM INSTRUCTOR FOR IT'S KUNG FU FOR CHRIST OUTREACH PROGRAM.

THE B.D.C.C.I. ALSO CONGRATULATES SOKE HOOVER FOR HIS NOMINATION TO THE WORLD MARTIAL ARTS BROTHERHOOD REPRESENTING THE KENPO/KEMPO ARTS. THERE IS A VERY SPECIAL 'SALUTE TO MRS. EVELYN HOOVER, (DECKER SCHOOL OF NURSING) FOR HER COMPLETION AND HOODING OF THE DEGREE OF Ph'D ON MAY 16TH 2009 AT BINGHAMTON UNIVERSITY (SUNY) IN BINGHAMTON N.Y.'!
SALUTE!

 


Welcome To D.K.K.C.I. Street Combat Technique Seminars:


 


  


WELCOME TO KENPO STREET COMBAT:







The Dragon Kenpo Karate Consortium International is very proud to present this online learning tool for kyu, brown, and black belt instructor ranks. Our main interest in this online journal / magazine is to present street combat kicking analogies within the close quarter combative environment. Yet, there will also be a tips section for striking set-ups; and a women's section for dealing with larger attacker's & using typical common tools as defensive street combat weapons to gain the needed advantage against violent street aggression.

BASIC CENTERLINE CIRCULAR POWER

 

BY

 

SIFU JOSEPH D. LOYD

 

SHEN TAO INNERGY ARTS

 

Copyright©2008 Shen Tao Dojo, All Rights Reserved

 

The exercise that I am about to share with you is designed to build confidence prior to engaging into combative situations. The most important rule in the beginner’s practice of this technique is to first relax the body. Example; Relax the head, neck, shoulders, chest, waist, hips, and thighs, as you bend the knees slightly and root at the feet.

 

Centerline Circular Power Without A Partner

 

  1. Clear the mind of all pre-conceived notions of how to defend yourself. Allow the self to protect it’s self. [ Note: This exercise can be done alone by creating an imaginary opponent]. Visualize an opponent standing in front of you, at approximately full arms length away from you. Draw a cross on a wall, or find a pole, or a small tree with it’s trunk exposed. Place right hand out by extending the arm, maintaining a slight bend at the elbow as you place your opposite hand at elbow with left palm facing in toward right inside elbow. The objective is to protect your centerline while controlling your opponent’s centerline. Begin by tapping the object with the back of each hand in a forward to downward arching circular motion. Deflecting the object with wrist flicking energy.

 

Centerline Circular Power Exercise With A Partner

 

  1. Students must begin by facing each other, making sure that they can touch each other’s shoulders by placing the palms of hands on each other’s shoulders comfortably. This places both opponents in the orange zone, just outside of the red zone. We are learning to depend on our mind and body reflex memory.

Note: Opponents may be of different stature, weight, or size. It is also ok to begin with students of equal arms length. Then, as they master sharing this energy with each other, make things a little more challenging by switching opponents around until they become versatile in their deflecting, grabbing, and counters. The opponent attacks effortlessly while relaxing and defends in a relaxed state.

Note#2: With children, and that means all of us! Make it fun at first; A game of chess by having one side attack while the other defend. The rule is to maintain contact and or to return to maintaining physical contact to your opponent’s hand.

Example#2: My right back of my opened hand will make contact with your right back of your hand. Standing facing each other in a semi-horse riding stance with hands touching our left hand located at arms prospective elbows; with palms facing in toward our elbows.

I will explain “The Game” in the next seminar! Until next time!

Amitofo!

  

 

Clandestine Black Dragon Kenpo Street Combat:

Street Combat Techniques and Analysis:

 

 

 

Kenpo-Jujitsu

Street Combat Techniques and Analysis

BY:

SENIOR INSTRUCTOR JAMES R. JONES, JR.

GODAN / DRAGON KENPO-JUJITSU:

Copyright © 2008 Property of the James Jones Martial Arts Academy

Note: James Jones Martial Arts Academy, Dragon Kenpo Karate Consortium International
are not liable for any injury incurred by any non-student, student or practitioner whom may
review this material and decide to practice any of the [Martial Arts Technique], which this
document describes in [Profile, or Laboratory Analysis]:
Before starting any physical execution of any Martial Arts [Motion Dynamics, Exercises, Forms, Technique, Postures]; Please consult your physician and/or a Doctor.

5 Workable Street Combat Joint Lock Twisting, Flips, and Whirls Techniques:

A. DEFENSE AGAINST A RIGHT / LEFT FRONT SHOULDER GRAB:

1. STEP BACK WITH YOUR RIGHT LEG AND EXECUTE A LEFT OUTSIDE CIRCULAR TRAP OF THE ATTACKER'S LEFT ARM AT THE WRIST. DELIVER A RIGHT FRONT THRUST KICK TO THE ATTACKER'S LEAD LEFT KNEE. DELIVER A RIGHT MIDDLE PUNCH TO THE LEFT SIDE OF THE OPPONENTS FACE. REVERSE YOUR MOTION AND DELIVER A MIDDLE PUNCH TO ATTACKER'S NOSE. STEPPING TO YOUR LEFT WITH THE LEFT LEG AROUND THE ATTACKER'S LEFT SIDE BEHIND HIS INJURED LEFT LEG; MOVE YOUR LEFT ARM AROUND OPPONENTS NECK WHILE MOVING THE RIGHT HAND UNDER THE OPPONENTS CHIN. TWIST THE ATTACKER'S HEAD HARD TO YOUR RIGHT AS YOU WHRIL THE ATTACKER OVER YOUR LEFT HIP/THIGH AREA; COVER AND ESCAPE.

2. STEP BACK, INSIDE CRESCENT KICK, ROUND HOUSE KICK, KNIFE HAND TO THE BACK OF THE NECK, UPPERCUT TO SIDE, BACK HAND ATTACK TO THE TEMPLE, BEAR HUG THE OPPONENTS BODY, LIFT AND FLIP OVER FOR GROUND IMPACT:

3. FRONT KICK LEFT TO SOLAR PLEXUS, STEP DOWN INSIDE LEG, GRAB AND TWIST ARM COUNTERCLOCKWISE WITH BOTH HANDS AND PULL DOWN, VERTICAL KNIFE HAND CHOP TO NECK:

4. STEP LEFT, LOW KNIFE HAND OUTSIDE BLOCK LEFT TO RIGHT ARM, RIDGEHAND RIGHT TO RIGHT KNEE, GRAB OUTSIDE OF KNEE WITH RIGHT HAND, GRAB SHIRT WITH L HAND, PULL AND TWIST FOR TAKEDOWN, PUNCH RIGHT TO FACE:

5. GRAB UNDERNEATH R WRIST WITH LEFT HAND, ROUNDHOUSE KICK RIGHT TO FACE, PULL BACK RIGHT LEG, RIGHT FOOT SWEEP BEHIND RIGHT LEG TO WHIRL FOR TAKEDOWN, ROUNDHOUSE KICK RIGHT TO FACE:


Analysis:

Infighting skills are key when utilizing joint locks. Flips, Whirls, and Breaks are some of the results accomplished by the successful joint lock.
Joint locks can be used to control your opponent as well. Setting up for a joint lock puts you in close range to your opponent giving them a neutral advantage.
To overcome this, striking vital points, can be used to create opening detailed in the above techniques. This will also distract the opponent's mind allowing less resistance to your locks. Once a lock has been applied, force needs to be directed outward from your body, not to allow your opponent to move inward. If the opponent is allowed to move inward, the lock could be broken as you take a defensive posture.

 

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