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Term Two

Module 2–Week 1

Kickboxing

Life Skill: Creativity

Self-Defense: Assertive "Get back!"

Warm Ups

1. 30 sec. Coordination Jumping Jacks Coordination Jumping Jacks 

2. Quick review of Blocks 1- 10

3. 1-10 Alternating Pushup & Crunch 

4. 20 Ditch Hoppers

5.  10 each leg-One legged toe-tappers with Front Kick

 6. 30-seconds-Bouncing Knees

7. 30-seconds-1-2-3     

(Penetrate-Engage-Clear-Change Position)

8. 30-seconds-Mountain Climbers

9. 5 x 10 seconds-V-Abs

1030-seconds-Banana Roll

11. 1-minute-Plank

Skills/Drills

1. Front Shoulder Fake

2. Jab-Step-Sidekick Replace Jab with Front Shoulder Fake

3. Rock Back Block-2-3-Cutting Kick 10 each side in mirror then 10 each side with a partner.

 Target Drills

(60 seconds per round. Same person all four rounds then switch)

  1. Round One – 1-1-2-3-weave
  2. Ten Push Up / Ten Sit Ups
  3. Round Two – 1-2-3-4
  4. Ten Push Up / Ten Sit Ups
  5. Round Three – Partner mixes and calls the numbers 1-2-3-4
  6. Ten Push Up / Ten Sit Ups
  7. Cutting Kick on target full blast while alternating legs 
  8. Ten Push Up / Ten Sit Ups

Cool Down

Cool Down
1. Form a circle with students facing the center

2. Alternating 3 Sets of 10 Push Ups  & 10 Toe Tapper Sit Ups

3. 5-Part Stretch

History: Savate

History – Savate

Savate (French pronunciation:  [saˈvat]), also known as boxe française, savate boxing, French boxing or French foot fighting, is a French combat sport that uses the hands and feet as weapons combining elements of English boxing with graceful kicking techniques.

 

Self-Defense: The Bystander Effect

The Bystander Effect

The bystander effect was coined by psychologists when, in 1964, Kitty Genovese was stabbed to death outside her apartment while bystanders who observed the crime did not step in to assist or call the police.

The bystander effect is when the presence of onlookers are less likely to intervene if there are other witnesses who might step in instead.

This is HUGE today because onlookers often watch the event unfold through the lens of their phone which provides another layer of detachment.

The bystander effect is the perceived diffusion of responsibility. One person will not intervene because no one else has intervened.

In Genovese’s case, each onlooker concluded from their neighbors’ inaction that their own personal help was not needed.

Warm Ups

1. 30 sec. Coordination Jumping Jacks Coordination Jumping Jacks 

2. Quick review of Blocks 1- 10

3. 1-10 Alternating Pushup & Crunch 

4. 20 Ditch Hoppers

5.  10 each leg-One legged toe-tappers with Front Kick

 6. 30-seconds-Bouncing Knees

7. 30-seconds-1-2-3     

(Penetrate-Engage-Clear-Change Position)

8. 30-seconds-Mountain Climbers

9. 5 x 10 seconds-V-Abs

1030-seconds-Banana Roll

11. 1-minute-Plank

Skills/Drills

1. Review Sidekick
Teach Defensive Sidekick

10 each side with partner slowly attacking with a 1-1-2 combo. Defender steps back and slowly sidekicks the body.

b.  

10 each side with partner

Mix Distance and Jam 10 each side with partner

Target Drills NV
2. Mitt Drills with Partner (1-minute each side)
a. 1-2 weave
b. 1-2-3
c. 1-2-3-4

Cool Down

Cool Down
1. Form a circle with students facing the center

2. Alternating 3 Sets of 10 Push Ups  & 10 Toe Tapper Sit Ups

3. 5-Part Stretch