Competition is excellent for honing skills and improving focus. It can also add a lot of fun and excitement to your Kung Fu experience. And, to top it off, it allows you to go one-on-one with an opponent in a safer and less threatening environment than Combative Kung Fu.
San Da Group Class
The San Da Workout is designed for students to simultaneously learn basic self-defense techniques and receive intense whole-body conditioning. The instructor will show students basic fighting stances, footwork, punching, kicking, elbow, knee and throwing techniques as well as kick/punch combinations and elbow/knee combinations. Students will use hitting pads and drill techniques with a partner.
San Da Sparring
Sparring puts students’ Sanda techniques to the test in real situations. Students will spar in pairs for rounds varying from 3 to 5 minutes. Techniques from San Da or any traditional techniques learned from a Traditional Forms class can be used. This is a light contact class, and it is to be seen as a way to hone skills learned and to familiarize students with in-ring fighting against an opponent.
The San Da Certificate Series teaches:
1. San Da Basics
2. San Da Punching and Kicking
3. San Da Elbow and Knee
4. San Da Fast Throws
Duan Bing (Chinese Fencing) Special Interest Class
The Duan Bing Certificate Series teaches:
1. Duan Bing Basics
2. Duan Bing Offensive and Defensive Techniques
3. Duan Bing Specialty Techniques
4. Duan Bing combined with San Shou