Fun Games for Children Training in Martial Arts

Written by Eric Gehler

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Danger Alley is a simple and easy obstacle course in whichrepparttar child goes from station to station. At each stationrepparttar 140108 child must perform a “self-defense” or marital arts technique to stop an “Attack or Danger”.

A minimum of four stations with various situations is recommended.

Station One (The Escape) An instructor or parent will subduerepparttar 140109 child by grabbing and holding on torepparttar 140110 child’s wrist. The child must then perform an escape maneuver. Oncerepparttar 140111 child escapes they proceed to Station Two.

Station Two (The Block)

Whenrepparttar 140112 child proceeds to station two, they encounter a would be attacker, attempting a punch or strike. An instructor or parent using a padded foam blocker will attempt to strikerepparttar 140113 child. The child should attempt to blockrepparttar 140114 strike using a martial arts technique and then proceed to station three.

Station Three (The Punch)

Whenrepparttar 140115 child proceeds to station three, they encounter another would be attacker. The child performs a martial arts punch technique to stoprepparttar 140116 attack. An instructor or parent would hold a padded target square, whichrepparttar 140117 child would punch. The child then proceeds to station four.

Station Four (The Kick)

Whenrepparttar 140118 child proceeds to station four, they encounter another would be attacker. The child performs a martial arts kick technique to stoprepparttar 140119 attack. An instructor or parent would hold a padded Body Shield, whichrepparttar 140120 child would kick. After completingrepparttar 140121 four stationsrepparttar 140122 child has successfully conquered Danger Alley.

Martial Arts trainings can be fun for children just by incorporatingrepparttar 140123 techniques and skills into activities and games.

Eric Gehler AIM USA Self Defense Programs

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What is the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price for Golf Clubs (MSRP)?

Written by Jeff Howard

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golf retailer can setrepparttar price at whatever they want to.

The MSRP can be a useful tool in comparing prices across multiple sites. Use it as your basis for determing what a fair price is and then see which retailer will come downrepparttar 140022 most off of that price. Many times you can find clubs discounted 15-30% or more off ofrepparttar 140023 MSRP.

Note of Caution: Manufacturer's CHANGErepparttar 140024 MSRPs for equipment allrepparttar 140025 time. The MSRP at one shop might be different thanrepparttar 140026 one that another shop currently has on file. So if you see a tag or sale that says "$50 OFF MSRP" then make surerepparttar 140027 MSRP is what you were expecting before you buy!

Jeff Howard, aka the "Golf Clubs Guy" is an avid golfer and loves to talk clubs. More articles and information can be found at: Golf Clubs Guy

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