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  • Chassé Frontal Drill for Savate Kickboxing Odenton Maryland

    Chassé Frontal Drill for Savate Kickboxing Odenton Maryland

    Chassé Frontal Drill for Savate Kickboxing Odenton Maryland Coach Steve Savoie demonstrates using the Chassé Frontal as a counter against an opponent entering with a jab-cross combo at the last Savate workshop hosted by Maryland Jeet Kune Do in August. https://marylandjeetkunedo.com/classes/Fitness-Classes ....

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  • Kali:  The Filipino Martial Arts of Jason Bourne in Odenton, Maryland

    Kali: The Filipino Martial Arts of Jason Bourne in Odenton, Maryland

    We made this video a couple years ago when we were asked to illustrate some of the concepts that influenced the fights in the Jason Bourne film series, as choreographed by Inosanto Kali practitioner Jeff Imada. It is important to remember that these moves are demonstrations for film fighting, and not actual sparring. ....

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  • Know, Apply, Will, Do

    Know, Apply, Will, Do

    I had a phone call this morning from someone who I thought might have been interested in our Adult Martial Arts classes here near Odenton, Maryland. It was a phone call I get at least once a week, each time from a different person, but each time, I know within moments how the conversation will go and how it will end. When most prospective applicants call MDJKD, they ask questions regarding logistics. Who teaches the classes? What do I need to bring? When are the classes? How do I apply for membership? These are the questions of someone who is looking for the knowledge they need to apply, because they have the will to do so. Often times, this person knows little to nothing about ....

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  • Teaching Kids Respect Through Jun Fan Gung Fu

    Teaching Kids Respect Through Jun Fan Gung Fu

    At the beginning of every Kid's Martial Arts class here at Maryland Jeet Kune Do near Odenton, students practice a formal salute to their instructor called a Ginglai. As they step on or off the mat, they salute the space where they training. Before they partner up with a fellow student to work on their techniques, they salute their partner. At the end of each class, they formally salute their parents who have arrived to pick them up. This simple act of courtesy shows respect toward their instructors, the space they practice in, their fellow classmates, and filial piety toward their parents. It draws from the Chinese philosophies that underpin Jun Fan Gung Fu; Confucianism, Daoism, and ....

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