Lesson Plans Monday, June 1, 2015

John Whitman
June 1, 2015

Beginner (B3)
Hammerfist to the side
Drill: 2ppl/1 pad
Defender; eyes closed. Pad holder; bumps defender from the side or gives a verbal signal, Defender; executes a hammerfist to the side, turn towards the pad and continue with counter attacks until pad holder calls time!
Wrist Releases
Choke from side
Ground- Getting up
Drill: 3ppl/1 pad
Defender starts on the ground (laying on stomach) with their eyes closed. Pad holder moves anywhere in the room. Defender; on instructors signal, eyes open, get up, locate and advance towards the pad holder with non- stop strikes. Attacker; makes choke from the side. Defender; fast and aggressive defense!
Intermediate (B3)
Basic Takedown Defense/Spinning on the centerline
Spinning Heel Kick
Focus Mitts:
Round 1- Basic combinations, include spinning heel kick.
Round 2- Basic combinations, Pad holder- At any given time, shoot in to simulate a takedown- striker makes Basic Takedown Defense and spin on the center line, disengage and continue with working the pads.
Outside Defense v. Right Punch
Bearhug Behind (finger leverage)
Bearhug Behind (lifting)
Drill: Monkey in the Middle
Groups of 4-5
Non stop attacks- Any level 1 &2 techniques, include Bearhug from Behind (finger leverage & lifting)
Ground-Escape from the Guard (gouge and stack)
Advanced (B3)
Muay Thai Pads:
Round 1- Basic Combinations, Elbows, Knees, sprawls
Round 2- Basic Combinations, Elbows, Knees, sprawls, Med & High Round kicks
Round 3- After every combination, execute 2 Round Kicks (Med & High)
Spinning Outside slap kick
General Defense v. Med to High Kicks
Sliding Defense v. Med to High Kicks
Double Leg Takedown
Stick- Overhead Defense

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