Koden Kan Karate Moves for Beginners : Rear 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 see
more about our style and our website which is h2hctc.com or mellei.com and I have a link
to my website or to the karate school website on mine. Today we’re going to learn rear
windmill, this is from an attack from behind, so they’re going to come in and choke. What
you’re going to do is you’re going to put your arms straight up in the air and you
step back toward the person and then you’re going to rotate your body quickly and capture
their arms with your arm okay and what you’re doing is you’re applying pressure on the
back of the elbow so that they’re stuck and then you’re going to do whatever strike
you’d like to do from there alright. And with a person it looks like this…you’re
going to look and see if it’s your friend or not because you know you don’t want to
beat them up, say oh no it’s a bad guy, you’re going to step put your arms straight
up in the air, quickly turn and bring your arm around and you have to do that fast so
that they escape, what you’re doing here if you lift your arm up it’s applying pressure
on the backs of the elbows and then you’re going to do whatever kind of strike from that,
then I can pretty much just take her anywhere with me now, we can you know go walk down
to the police department or where ever we’d like to go, alright and that is the rear windmill.

7 thoughts on “Koden Kan Karate Moves for Beginners : Rear Windmill Move in Koden Kan Martial Arts

  1. head locks are easy to get out of just look the apposite way of the elbow crouch and push there arm from the elbow

  2. I do enjoy watching these videos, but I would hope nobody takes this one too seriously. This is about as useful a suggestion for self-defense as "rub your lamp and get your genie to help you".

    But seriously, I do enjoy watching these!!

  3. Well as a lover of fighting I have always seen my brother go in a sleeper lock with his feet locking my legs so most of the techniques shown here are disastrously lame. The best move for me to escape will be catch opponents hands and the roll down and they get slammed 🙂

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