American Kempo Karate Techniques : The Thrusting Salute Kenpo Karate Technique

American Kempo Karate Techniques : The Thrusting Salute Kenpo Karate Technique


Hi! I am Joe Palanzo from the World Wide Kenpo
Karate Association in conjunction with Expert Village. This technique is called thrusting
solute, and what we trying to learn here is how to avoid get kicked by a straight kick.
When the kick comes in, the last thing you really want to do is move straight back, because
then you are in line with all the rest of his weapons, so you might get out of the way
of that but you hit with all this. So what we are going to do is move slightly off line
to here, so he is going this way, and give this target more opportunities, as I like
to say. Okay, so we are going to drop back and we are going to an outside downward block
to try to control the direction and have this hand checking. As we kick with our right front
kick to his lower portion of his body, our left hand comes up into a guard position,
striking this way. This sets up the next shot, which is a heel palm, right to the head. Okay
so once again thrusting solutes, we evade the weapon, we kick altering his height, we
blast him with a heel palm, that is called thrusting solute,

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38 thoughts on “American Kempo Karate Techniques : The Thrusting Salute Kenpo Karate Technique”

  • my spanish teacher Ricardo Gonzalez Cantero makes us do a pyramidal block, not only a left descendent, and makes us apply the economy of movements. This free online lessons are quite "unevoluted". 😀

  • It's a demonstration, you imbecile. It's supposed to be slow so that people can see the movements. A master of any style would be able to perform just about any move and put you on the ground before your reflexes could even kick in.

  • Well.
    This is the simplest technique in the orange belt.
    It is also a very good one, the problem here is the dummy, the guy don't react the way he should.
    In the beginning, in full speed, if you give a front kick in the groin of someone, he is not standing straight up, he's gonna bend forward, that's when his face meets the upward heel palm.

  • yea, its taught with individual techniques at each level, with the yellow belt there are 10 techniques and the rest have 24 with each belt but the tests were broken into 2 sets of 12 so you wouldn't have to learn all 24 for the test. you would have 2 separate tests consisting of 12 techniques.
    also with kenpo there are indeed fighting forms.

  • It matters to the main keys to every martial art. Right or wrong, you have to see and feel what works and doesnt work. I'd would go off at this video about alot of things but i have learnt into the different ways of defence that them selfs (in different styles) which i love, dont have to agree with others but just take what you learn from it and see what it is and appreciate it. thats why it falls under art

  • Why does Mr. Palanzo lean his head forward at stare at the attacker's kick instead of bringing his head back over his rear leg and keeping his attention on the whole of his opponents body? Why is there no snap in Mr. Palanzo's kick? Why does Mr. Palanzo rock backwards off his own heel palm? Why doesn't he close the gap?

  • A palm strike to the forehead can kill someone, but in most cases it will just stun them or knock them out. That is why you need to learn how to control the power in your strikes. Even Ed Parker spoke of this.

  • @ritzybitzybounder as far as i am aware, the only way to get 10th dan is to be awarded post mortem if i'm not mistaken. I don't think there's any legitimate 10th dans anywhere in the world.

  • Let's go over everything Joe did wrong, could take some time, but I will be brief. His chin is up, his hands are down, hips are not used in the hand strike or kick and his fingers are extended outward at the end.

  • Everyotheryoutuber says:

    This is the counter to Taekwondo, well done, still waiting for ppl to learn the discipline to not turn their face away/back away from kicks in all those 'taekwondo vs noobs'

    So far, only the Shaolin guy has done it right

  • Christopher Steedman says:

    I have the IKKA books and I believe it says the heel palm is to the chin….Other things this video leaves out are timing, riding the recoil off the step back, and the fact you are riding your opponents reaction in both the kick and heel palm to make a collision and generate more power. (kick as he is still coming into to you and heel palm as the guy reacts downward from the kick).

  • Alexandre Lauria says:

    @SQUEEKYFART i agree with you i think kenpo is the biggest bs out there have you seen the 5 swords and moves? bs

  • Defencenerd69 says:

    Do you have to be a fat fake 10th degree black belt that lifted his leg instead of firing the kick and forgetting to inserting the right hand before doing the left downward block in order to buy time for the left hand to complete the circle to get it to work?

    By the way it takes 3-5 years to go up a degree in black belts generally.. You are too young to have that belt. Go watch Master Huk this guy is a Phony, a big fat phony.

  • DiveVisionPhotos says:

    5 Swords is a boxing move..It is a basic 5 punch combination taught to any beginning boxer..to say 5 swords is bs is the same as saying boxing is bs…you should know what you are talking about before you give your opinion.

  • Claude S. Whitacre says:

    I've seen a dozen expert Kenpo instructors do the same technique…a dozen different ways. Who am I to correct what may just be a difference in style?

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