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All the aspects of the CKD syllabus fit together and complement each other. The movements learned in basics, patterns, combinations and defense drills can be directly applied to shield and focus mitt training and actual self-
The CKD stretch is based on yoga movements. The stretches are done slowly with deep breathing in a relaxed manner, thereby releasing any muscular tension and increasing flexibility. These controlled movements prevent the type of over-
The main difference between CKD and other martial arts and fitness program is in its biomechanics or principles of movement. Everything from the stances to the punches is done in a relaxed manner. The more natural, more relaxed, curved, rhythmic movements encourage flow from one technique to the other. This results in faster blocks, faster stance transitions and faster combinations, thereby increasing the speed and power of these techniques and reducing the stress on the body and mind.
Choi Kwang Do Patterns:
Choi Kwang Do patterns are a series of movements that are executed at a slow steady pace. This helps the students to focus and to condition their body. Many benefits can be obtained from performing patterns. Increased body awareness, energy and oxygen intake are some of these benefits. Choi Kwang Do patterns are also used to simulate real-
Basic Foot Techniques: Biomechanical Application, utilizing sequential motion, the reverse wheel and axle principle, stretch reflex, and the principle of ply metrics and push off the powerful leg muscles to maximize force.
- Punching, Kicking, Striking, Dodging and Blocking techniques
- Choi Kwang Do patterns and speed drills
- Defense drills with protective wear
- Close range drills incorporating, grabs, restraints and throws
- Shield & mitt drills to demonstrate accuracy and force