This course is an introduction to Traditional Kung Fu. Students will learn warm ups and stretching associated with martial arts, kicks, strikes, blocks, stances, combination defense techniques, and a traditional form that has been handed down for more than 100 years.

Earns one semester of PE or Elective high school credit.

Course Curriculum

  • 1

    Introduction and Syllabus

  • 2

    Sample Workout/Warmup

    • Sample Workout/Warmup

  • 3

    Example Stretching Session

    • Example Stretching Session

  • 4

    The 4 Basic Stances

    • Stances

  • 5

    The Sil Lum Bow

    • The Sil Lum Bow

  • 6

    How to Condition

    • Conditioning Basics

  • 7

    Half Moon Walking (Basic Foot Movement)

    • Half Moon Walking (basic foot movement)

  • 8

    The 4 Essential Kicks

    • The 4 Essential Kicks

  • 9

    2 Basic Blocks & Strikes

    • Blocks & Strikes

  • 10

    Combinations 6 & 7, Plus the Practice Punch

    • Combinations

  • 11

    Form Study: Ng Lok Kuen Part 1

    • Form Study: Ng Lok Kuen Part 1

  • 12

    Form Study: Ng Lok Kuen Part 2

    • Form Study: Ng Lok Kuen Part 2

  • 13

    Form Study: Ng Lok Kuen Part 3

    • Form Study: Ng Lok Kuen Part 3

  • 14

    Form Study: Ng Lok Kuen Part 4

    • Form Study: Ng Lok Kuen Part 4

  • 15

    Form Study: Ng Lok Kuen Part 5

    • Form Study: Ng Lok Kuen Part 5

  • 16

    Form Study: Ng Lok Kuen Part 6- Final

    • Form Study: Ng Lok Kuen Part 6- Final

  • 17

    Final Thoughts, Written Material, & the Service Project

    • Written Material to Turn In

    • Final Thoughts & Service Project

    • Final Quiz

About the instructor

Instructor

John Orgill

My wife and I run a business called Healthy Preparedness where we teach others about maintaining health in times of need.  We sell products related to health and coach others in overcoming health challenges.I am a runner, outdoorsman, and martial artist.  Currently, I teach at a local martial arts school in Lehi, UT.

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