Saturday, August 28, 2010

Self Defense 101 applications - Double Wrist Grab 2

Defense illustration agains a double wrist grab - palm cross technique

Self Defense 101 applications - Double Wrist Grab

Defense application against a double wrist grab - pressure point technique.

Self Defense 101 applications - Single Wrist Grab

Defense illustration against a single wrist grab.

Video recorded by Thomas A. Felder (6 years old)

Friday, August 27, 2010

Tensho Goju Circuit Training

One of the training highlights for this month involved muscle strengthening were students had the opportunity to meet various training introduced by Hanshi Felder, along with his circuit training session. This particular training session included some additional equipment to enhance the activities, such as the Total Gym, abdominal machine, cement center block, and an abdominal wheel. Students were required to train at each station for one minute and then rotate to the next follow on station completing two cycles on the first training period. The target goal for each student will be five one minute rotations through five stations and three rotations through seven stations. Additionally, Hanshi will include dumbells, jump rope, chair, and tiger claw ring. Click on video for the first session

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Tensho Goju Woodline Training

Tensho Goju Fighting Tigers (youth) woodline training consisted of a rigorous physical workout and various self defense applications of aiki jitsu. Illustration is that of a hook sweep take down defense against a punch.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Self Defense 101 applications - Frontal Bear Hug Defense 2

Master Felder illustrates a defense against a frontal bear hug above the elbows.

Self Defense 101 applications - Front Bear Hug Attack 1

Master Felder illustrates a defense application from the front bear hug attack positioned below the elbow.

Sunday, August 1, 2010

Self Defense Workshop - Taking Authority, Final Review

Thank you for attending the Self Defense Workshop and allowing me to share my skills by blessing you with some beneficial countermeasures against armed attackers. My workshops are of variety and usually never follow the same lesson plan. Therefore, the next workshop will focus on totally different approaches by an assailant, so be sure to sign the guestbook or send an email that your name can be added to the next workshop calendar announcement.