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  • Mackensi Emory - Kama Chop Punch Drill

    These techniques are the foundation of your forms to make your forms clean, fast and powerful. This drill will help your students use the chop-punch effectively and with good technique.
    Forms | Basics | Chop | Punch | Combo | Creative | Extreme

  • Mackensi Emory - Kama 7 Cuts

    The foundational strikes for kamas are the 7 cuts. Master these cuts and chops before you move on to more complex techniques.
    Kamas | Weapons | Striking | Basics | Combo | Creative | Extreme

  • Mackensi Emory - Kama Finger Roll

    Learn the finger roll as a great transition in your forms. Find your balance point, use your thumb, and follow the rest of the 3-step process.
    Weapons | Tricks | Spin | Kamas | Creative | Extreme

  • Mackensi Emory - 540 Drills

    One of the most difficult transition tricks between a tornado kick and other intermediate kicks for competition, the 540 must end on the kicking leg. The 540 can be used in competition by itself or as part of a longer combination.
    Kicking | Tricking | Extreme | Forms

  • Mackensi Emory - Aerial Tips

    These tips are great for footwork, orientation, and posture to pull of your next invert move, the aerial. The aerial is a staple move in today's competitive scene.
    Tricking | Forms | Extreme

  • Mackensi Emory - Ridge Chop Punch Combo

    This hand combo is a staple combination used in competition today. This combo is great for increasing speed, power, and intensity with fast punches and clean stances.
    Sport Karate | Forms | Hand Combos | Punching

  • Mackensi Emory - Thumb Spin

    The thumb spin is one of the most popular kama techniques used in competition today. Break down this intermediate level trick with a world champion.
    Sport Karate | Kamas | Weapons | Tricks | Spins

  • Mackensi Emory - How to Strike With a Sword

    Proper hand positioning is the first key to solid basics with the sword. A push-pull motion is essential to improving power and accuracy in your cuts.

    Weapons | Sword | Basics | Cuts | Strikes

  • Mackensi Emory - How To Do a Figure 8 With a Sword

    The figure eight is an essential manipulation for performance and competition martial arts. Not only does this technique display great speed and control, but it also makes for a great transition between cut combos.

    Weapons | Sword | Katana | Tricks

  • Mackensi Emory - Circle Release with a Sword

    The circle release is a popular performance technique used in competition. Learn this exciting move to take your sword form to the next level and impress the judges.

    Weapons | Sword | Katana | Releases | Tricks