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3 SUPERB MARTIAL ARTS WARM-UP GAMES!

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Steff Jaques from Kyokyushin Karate in Auckland takes us through 3 superb martial arts warm-up games that not only help improve balance, reaction time and coordination but are also great fun! If you enjoyed this video, please hit the LIKE button as it helps YouTube recommend us in searches, thank you and PLEASE SUBSCRIBE! Experience the nostalgia of classic streets of rage 2 levels game online with extensive collection.

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13 Comments

  1. these are really good ideas, good cardio but improves timing and balance etc too,

  2. Add in the pressup walking too and thats 10 mintes of hell lol

  3. will try these with the kids ta for posting

  4. thanks to Steff for giving up his time – legend

  5. Our kids love that last game, there is another version similar to that and the 'barrel stance' one where you crouch into a squat position but you are allowed to waddle around like a duck, the striking area though is only the knees – hence it's name 'Knee boxing'. You can defend but only your feet may touch the ground, no hands or knees, you get touched on the knee or lose balance and you do push-ups (seems to be a similar punishment) 🙂
    Aiki people will love another 'sensitivity drill' where you all stand in a circle and with continuous wrist-to-wrist contact in a mid to high guard. You try to tap your left and right opponents on the shoulder (or head or ears for advanced players) while defending at the same time. Break contact and you get rewarded with push-ups or you sit out and the circle gets smaller. For a real challenge try it blindfolded.
    Last fun game; fold a belt in half twice and each person holds one end with the same hand, no letting go. Now with your free hand try and tap your opponents shoulder, spear hands only – no spread finger strikes!

  6. Thanks you Sensei, I'm always looking for more exciting martial arts games to show my students. Two of them here are new to me. Really appreciate it. Ous!

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