Grades in martial arts
|Posted by Anoop Madhavan of Survival Instincts|
|on MAR 01, 2013|
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With multiple self defense and martial arts systems, are you confused about how they work?
We will ease out your confusion and help you select the one most suitable for you.
Here are some common grading systems used in Judo, Karate, Kung Fu, Taekwondo, Muay Thai and Krav Maga till the point you achieve "mastership" or your basic Black Belt.
Most martial arts use grading systems to indicate the depth of your skills and knowledge. Some are quicker to learn and some require more time.
Almost all martial arts will help you with Self Defense, but it is important to choose one that fits your fitness levels, mind, and body. Just be vary of masters who claim their art is the "best" for self defense.
Women's Self Defense Chennai: A common notion prevails, that self defense and martial arts class are same, it is imperative to understand the difference. Self defense evolved from martial arts, when martial arts are focused on the fighting techniques alone self defense focuses on applying various techniques in real life scenario to protect self. Survival Instincts conducts Chennai based non profit organization EVADE (Extreme violence & Aggression-Defense & Escape) program, which is the only program in India with simulated crime attacks that would not only prepare women to respond to dangerous situations to defend and escape but also help them identify and avoid situations which could be dangerous.
About the Author
Anoop Madhavan, is the founder of Survival Instincts. He is a practitioner of MMA and Wing Chun Kung Fu. He is familiar with many other martial arts.
As a safety expert, Mr. Madhavan's expert is mostly sort by 5 star hotels, large multinational corporate houses, and big manufacturing plants. He has provided survival training for the Indian Army and various units of Army and Navy National Cadet
Corps along with first aid & disaster response training for the Indian Red Cross. He is certified by the American Red Cross both as a health & safety training instructor and an emergency medical responder. He also holds a Wilderness First Responder certification from the Center for Wilderness Safety and a Professional Lifeguard Certification from the American Lifeguards Association.
He is a member of the Fairfax Country Community Emergency Response Team, and the Fairfax Medical Reserve Corps. He holds memberships in various international safety organizations such as Canadian Society for Safety Engineering (Canada), Safety Institute of Australia (Australia) and Royal Society for Prevention of Accidents (UK).
His expertise in personal and institutional safety stems from over 14 years of experience in the United States contracting for agencies such as the United States Army Corps of Engineers and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).