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BASIC:

BLACK BELT I:

Comprehensive knowledge of all previous programs and of the special areas given below.

Special areas of self-protection: Learning to observe. Self-protection and nutrition. Self-protection and the law. Self-protection for weaker persons. Self-protection for youngsters and parents. Self-protection for handicapped people. Special cases of first aid. Stress control. Statistics and athletes.

BLACK BELT II:

All the above plus, Special wrist exercises. Wrist and body coordination techniques preparatory to wrist and arm-locks. COMSEK II (kicking and punching combinations). Seven new throws and combinations with the three of the BB I program, assuming that the first throw has failed.

BLACK BELT III:

All the above plus, Special preparatory exercises. Ten wrist and six elbow controls (locks).

Two new throws and their combinations with the previous ten. Combination techniques using all the above against the fifty common attacks of the BB I program. COMSEK III (Standing on one leg and kicking with the other in all directions). This concludes the basic A.S.P.. program.

INTERMEDIATE:

BLACK BELT IV:

All the above plus, One new throw and combinations with the previous twelve. Kickboxing A.S.P. Techniques and competition.

BLACK BELT V:

All the above plus, Grappling A.S.P. Take-downs, plus chokes, arm and leg controls, tipovers. COMSEK IV (take downs, tipovers, and leg controls). COMSEK V (grappling pins, controls, and combinations). Competitive grappling.

BLACK BELT VI:

All the above plus, Stick-footfighting A.S.P. Parries, retaliations, throws, and controlling

techniques. Applications against common attacks. COMSEK VI (Stickfootfighting). Competitive stick-footfighting. This concludes the intermediate A.S.P. program.

ADVANCED:

BLACK BELT VII:

All the above plus, Wrist and elbow control combinations against common attacks, initiating

from a wrist control which has failed. Combinations of wrist and elbow controls with throws against common attacks. Options and follow-ups. Techniques for law enforcement.

BLACK BELTS VIII, IX, X:

All the above plus, Special requirements, and, in addition, essential knowledge on survival, orienteering, first aid, fire, water, and firearms safety (these requirements may be fulfilled during earlier stages, at the student s option). Beyond self-defense. Self-protection and self-improvement. The ultimate self-protection.

  

Black Belt I
Black Belt II
Black Belt III
Black Belt IV
Black Belt V
Black Belt VI
Black Belt VII
Black Belt VIII
Black Belt IX
Black Belt X 

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