Fun Games for Children Training in Martial Arts

Written by Eric Gehler

Keeping children interested in their Martial Arts training requires an element of fun and games. Traditionalists are usually only concerned withrepparttar discipline and structure of their training, but incorporating fun games involving proper techniques will add torepparttar 140108 value of training and keeprepparttar 140109 kids interested.

Here are a few fun games and activities that utilize Martial Arts skills to keeprepparttar 140110 enthusiasm high and kids interested in their training.

Sensei Says

Sensei Says is a take off ofrepparttar 140111 old “Simon Says Game”. In this versionrepparttar 140112 instructor or parent would call out various martial arts techniques forrepparttar 140113 children to perform.

One instructor or parent is designated as “Sensei” or Leader. Children are instructed to follow and performrepparttar 140114 commands ofrepparttar 140115 “Sensei” only ifrepparttar 140116 command is initiated byrepparttar 140117 words “Sensei Says”. The leader will call out various commands. Ifrepparttar 140118 child does not performrepparttar 140119 task when initiated byrepparttar 140120 words “Sensei Says” they are out ofrepparttar 140121 game. Ifrepparttar 140122 leader commands a task without usingrepparttar 140123 prompt “Sensei Says” andrepparttar 140124 child performsrepparttar 140125 task, thenrepparttar 140126 child is out ofrepparttar 140127 game. Last child remaining wins.

Wild & Crazy Blocker

Requirements: 2 padded foam blockers.

The instructor or parent will attempt to strikerepparttar 140128 child withrepparttar 140129 padded foam blocker. The attempted strikes should vary from left side to right side, and to various body points, including Head, Chest, Stomach, and Legs.

The child will use their martial arts blocking skills to “block” those strikes.

Each time a “strike” connects withoutrepparttar 140130 child blocking or shielding they receive a point. Three points or three “strikes” and they are out.

Danger Alley

Requirements: 4 people, various Martial Arts Foam Blockers, Body Shields, Target Squares. A diagram is available at

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

Written by Jeff Howard

When you're shopping around for discount golf clubs you are inevitably going to run intorepparttar term "manufacturer's suggested retail price". So what exactly is it and should it concern you? The MSRP, as its typically known, is simplyrepparttar 140022 price thatrepparttar 140023 manufacturer ofrepparttar 140024 club recommends that repparttar 140025 retail outlet sellrepparttar 140026 golf club for. The thing you need to realize when searching for discounted clubs is that retailers are NOT ALWAYS required to use that price. They can go lower (or sometimes higher!) than that if they so choose.

Now, in order to maintain some semblance of control over their products, some manufacturer's will requirerepparttar 140027 retailers to setrepparttar 140028 price atrepparttar 140029 MSRP for a given period of time before markdowns are allowed. This is why I always say to be patient when trying to save money onrepparttar 140030 latest golf club technology. In many cases,repparttar 140031 manufacturer has no requirements like this and the

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