Kickboxing Beginners Tutorials

Welcome to SESMA’s online martial arts beginners videos. You are half way through your beginners course and probably would like to practice at home but keep forgetting the moves you learnt.
Thats where these videos come come in. You can now practice at home in your own time. 
Why not ask your parents or siblings to join in with you and you can practice together.

Remember though that martial arts are a form of self-defence and not to be used in the wrong way like picking on siblings or being a bully.

If you are enjoying the tutorials and why not pass on our details to a friend so they can have fun learning a martial art too.

email SESMA ( or phone 01603 528689 for more details.

Have FUN!!

Master Wayne

Warm up & stretch

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Before you start any Karate class, make sure that your muscles are warm and that you have stretched.

Wrist Grabs

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How to release from 3 wrist grabs and how to use either the1-2-FLEE or the 3D’s of self-defence

Front Kick

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The first kick that we teach at SESMA either in Karate or Kickboxing is the Front Kick. This video teaches the Front Kick & the Step-Up variation too.

back Kick

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This tutorial is all about Back Kick and its stepping variation.
Mainly used as a defensive kick.

round Kick

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The guys demo Round Kick. This kick is a little more challenging than the Front & Back Kicks. 
Takes a little more balance. 

blocks, slips & rolls

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As well as being able to kick & Punch, we do need to be able to block too.
This video teaches some basic blocks and counters.

jab & Snap punch

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Jab & Snap are the 1st hand techniques we teach. All of the front hand and simple to learn. Remember to keep your thumb out of your hand when making a fist.

cross & reverse punch

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Now to punch off the back hand with the Cross & Reverse Punch. 
Learn to twist the body to make the punches longer.

Step-jab & Lunge punch

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This tutorial teaches you to move forward to use the Lunge Punch & Jab. Again Remember to keep your thumb out of your hand when making a fist.