Koden Kan Karate Moves for Beginners : Front Windmill Move in Koden Kan Martial Arts


Hi! I’m Madison Warner and I’ve been instructing
for over 10 years in Michael M. Foley system of Koden Kan Karate, if you’d like to go
to our website I would much appreciate it, its h2hctc.com or mellei.com. Today we’re
going to learn the front windmill, it starts out from a choke to the front again, you know
somebody doesn’t always have to be choking you to do any of these techniques, it can
be from many different scenarios. So what you’re going to do this time is you’re
going to step across and forward again toward the attacker, you’re going to put your arms
straight up in the air, quickly turn, capture their arms and you can either do an elbow
to the rib or you can just break the choke hold with a straight arm and you can elbow
to the head that way. So what you’re doing with your arm here is capturing their arms
and what you’re going to do is make a fist and bring it in tight to your body like this…okay
so you’re holding on to their arms that way and then you can just stay in a little
stance here and do an elbow to the rib. What that looks like to the person is they choke,
you’re going to step across, your arm comes up, you turn quickly and what you’re doing
here is bringing your fist like it’s going to go up to the ceiling and that helps keep
the attacker staying with you there and then you’re going to do an elbow to the ribs,
okay so just bring your arm out, down or out here and you’re going to do an elbow straight
back to the bottom, alright that is front windmill.

40 thoughts on “Koden Kan Karate Moves for Beginners : Front Windmill Move in Koden Kan Martial Arts

  1. In my Opinion, use your Mind instead of your Fist. Be always ahead of your enemy. Know that nothing is more important then Knowledge itself. Because "Knowlegde is Power! P.S. Buy the Book "Art of War"

  2. Good thing by doing this you're giving your back to the opponent. I mean, there's no way he/she could ever knee your kidneys, kick your groin, buckle your knee, anklestomp, or trip you. None at all. xD

  3. What if you're on the ground when someone chokes you? Or what if you're up against a wall, how do you turn then if you're stuck?

  4. This form of karate is…. This is watered down, only works in a dojo against willing opponents karate. Trust me..this is coming form a black belt in Tae Kwon Do and a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. Tae kwon do and karate was a waste of my time.

  5. I'm not exactly sure what you mean or who hobo mick is…but no..this stuff will never work. If you want to see Karate that works…google Lyoto Machida..and even that style only works with wrestling sprawls and a good ground game. This stuff here is a false sense of security for average people who don't know any better and don't get in fights to begin with.

  6. this windmill technique DOES work against choking opponents to break their hold. any time, against any opponent. Wether the elbow part works is another thing.

  7. Yeah but often, girls ARE weaker…
    we can all be having a huge discussion on politcal correctness right now or just be realistic. Females are weaker build, just like men can't get pregnant. Thats just how it is. There are some exceptions of course.

  8. karate sucks some boy in school thought he could beat me because he had a black belt and i punched him once in the face and he started to cry -.-

  9. that depends. Men with not oversized muscles are even faster and more agile while still being stronger.

    Women don't have intent: the intent to hurt. It's just something women don't like to do, but it's that what makes the strike strong. I haven't seen girls that are faster and stronger, but I know they exist.

  10. Punching won't always result in your opponent letting go. If he's intoxicated (lots of booze/heroin) or just crazy on adrenaline, he's not letting go.

    You lose consciousness in 6 seconds, so making him let go like this is the first thing you want to do. You can strike him as much as you want afterwards

  11. nice perormance and instruction but i would prefer not to turn my back to the opponant if at all possible. this is not a move to be taught to a green horn beginner who is still wet bewhind the ears. This is a more advanced technique for only someone who is advanced with experience and trained attributes can pull off this technique as planned and make it work. A beginner could not.

  12. The beggening of the move is bad you are off balance…also giving up your back is terrible I dont know who tought you that but i suggest stop teaching it not to be rude.

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