Karambit - Level 1 (Beginner) by David Seiwert

Karambit - Level 1 (Beginner)

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Overview

The Karambit
The First Level in this series shows:
  • Forward, Reverse & Extended Grips, 
  • 9 Striking Angles, 
  • Arm Grab (what to do id someone grabs your weapon hand), 
  • Targets to Attack, 
  • Blocking with the Karambit, Long range, Middle range (Meeting the Force and Following the Force)
  • Passing & Scooping
  • Folders - Multiple styles of Openers and how to Modify them
  • Footwork Drills
  • Empty hand Blocking
  • Entries (Closing in to finish the opponent), 
  • 2 & 3 Count Pattern Drills and the 
  • 1st Template for practicing attack points
  • Double Karambit Drills

For a more in depth study you can purchase our "Secrets of the Karambit" book at http://dfamediaproductions.com/new.html

What's included?

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Contents

Basics - Grips, Angles, Destructions and More....
Grips
5 mins
Arm Grab
4 mins
Attacking Angles 1 - 9
5 mins
Re-Bound Effect
3 mins
Passing and Scooping
4 mins
Destructions
5 mins
Target Areas
6 mins
Folders and various Opening devices
8 mins
Blocking with the Blade and without
Blocks - Long Range
6 mins
Block & Arm Wrenching
4 mins
Blocks - Middle Range, Meeting the Force
7 mins
Blocking Angle #5 - Straight Thrust
6 mins
Footwork for the Karambit
HourGlass footwork
3 mins
Six Point Stepping
4 mins
The Fake
6 mins
Drills using the Karambit
Entries
6 mins
Two Count Entry Drills
9 mins
Three Count Entry Drills
7 mins
Template - 8 Count
4 mins
Scooping Drill - parts 1, 2 & 3
8 mins
Passing Drill 1, 2 & 3
7 mins
Finger Jab Drill
5 mins
Arm Wrenching Drill
4 mins
Single Karambit Flow Drill
6 mins
Solo Training Drills
4 mins
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