Saturday, October 11, 2014
Sunday, October 5, 2014
This is our first video in our new series - Self Defense for Women. We would like to keep the techniques as simple as possible and very realistic. It should not matter if you train daily in any martial art or not. If you practice our techniques and pay attention to our suggestions, you would be much safer in an eventuality. However nothing surpasses regular training under a well experienced self - defense expert. All martial artists may not be able to guide you through realistic self defense. If one is an expert only in sports martial arts then the self defense aspect could take a back seat or may not be their area of expertise. Try to find an instructor that specializes in Self - Defense or Unarmed Combat.
You are most welcome to contact us with any queries or feedback.
Train!! Get Fit!!!! Be Safe!!!!!
Posted by Farzaan Merchant at 10:05 PM
Saturday, September 20, 2014
Saturday, July 19, 2014
At Jukaado we train in virtually everything. Our moto is - TRAIN TILL YOU DROP and our aim is - To be ready for anything.
The students were made to complete 10 grueling rounds of a circuit full of obstacles. Before they started the obstacle circuit they had already done a good warm up, 100 push ups, 100 sit ups, 100 squats and 100 leg raises.
The obstacle circuit consisted of crossing through two tyres, crawling below a school bus, balancing across 2 inch thick pole, climbing up and getting down a wall with a grill without using the legs to go up, spider walk and finally a jump over a border wall. They were running between each obstacle.
At Jukaado every day is a boot camp and every training session gets you closer to becoming super fit.
Monday, July 7, 2014
In a fight one could get kicked or punched in the head. A strike with good power can not only disorient you for some time but could also knock you out cold. We can not do anything if we are knocked out, however if we are just disoriented we can fight back if we train for it. When we get disoriented we loose our ability to balance, focus as well as gauge the distance between our attacker and ourselves. If we do not fight back when disoriented there is a very good chance that another strike which may not be too hard, will surely knock us out.
The aim of the training is to get the body disoriented and giddy then try to strike the bag as fast as possible.
Do not try this on your own. Always train under supervision of a trainer who is well experienced in what you are training.
Posted by Farzaan Merchant at 8:49 PM
Sunday, June 8, 2014
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Saturday, February 15, 2014
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Do not try any of the techniques on your own. The students have been training regularly and are under supervision of an instructor. Always train under supervision of a trained and experienced instructor. A slight mistake in a movement could result in severe injury.
Posted by Farzaan Merchant at 7:48 PM