Students will use a hammer first technique to break away from a wrist grab. It is important that they yell "stay back!" after escaping to build confidence and alert others that they are in danger.
Power | Targeting | Self Defense | Kids
Use this partner drill to help students understand "the first flow". This drill helps the students both empathize with the instructor and with their classmates.
Self Defense | Timing | Partner Drills | Kids | Kali
This drill disguises repetition by having young students sit down to work on Kali principles. Seated drills are an excellent way to help students focus on the upper body and often makes techniques much easier to learn.
Kids | Matching | Partner Drill | Kali
Expand upon the entry drills by showing students the application of the techniques. Application is always important when drilling techniques that can be used for self defense.
Partner Drill | Self Defense | Kids | Matching Drill | Kali