Intermediate Curriculum Phase 1

Red Stripe (Boxing)

1. Single Punch Series (jab, cross, lead hook)
2. Two Punch Series (All Series)
3. Boxing Set 1-5 with Doubles and Kicks
4. :30 series (jab + overhand, hook, straight)
5. Corner Blocks (1-6 outer blocks)
6. Forward Elbows / Palm Strikes / Hammer Fist
7. Knees ( stationary and moving forward)
8. Ladder Work (buzzsaw, ali shuffle, in & out, single leg)

White Stripe (Self-Defense)

1. Front Choke (w/escape and counter)
2. Rear Choke (w/escape and counter)
3. Single Hand Front Choke (w/escape and counter)
4. Hair Grab (w/escape and counter)

Blue Stripe (Escrima Stick)

(Green, Purple, Blue Phase 1, Blue Phase 2 Belt)
1. Heaven Six

Black Stripe (Kicking Techniques)

(Green, Purple, Blue Phase 1, Blue Phase 2 Belt)
1. Turn Side Kick
2. Turn Hook Kick
3. Turn Round Kick
4. Axe Kick
5. Knees (stationary and stepping forward)
6. Bicycle Kicks (w/guarded stand up)
7. All previous kicks

Yellow Stripe (Sparring)

1. 4-Way Head 
2. Single Punch Boxing
3. Boxing 1-5 Sparring
4. Lead Leg Sparring

Green Stripe (Confirmation Stripe)

Confirmation from instructor to test for next rank.
(Green Belt)
1. Board Breaking - Hammer Strike
2. Correct Form Four Push-ups
(Purple Belt)
1. Board Breaking - Elbow Strike
2. Correct Form Five Push-ups
(Blue Belt Phase 1)
1. Board Breaking - Step Side
2. Correct Form Six Push-ups
(Blue Belt Phase 2)
1. Board Breaking - Spin Side
2. Correct Form Seven Push-ups

Sparring Rules

• Students bow to each other before and after each match.
• Students face one another and practice their kicks, punches and blocks in sparring combinations without making physical contact.
• Techniques are thrown with light contact to areas above the waist and below the neck, but not to the back side.
• Hands are to be kept up in the defense position so that a technique does not accidentally make contact with the torso or head.
• When a student steps out of the designated area, the action stops, students return to the center and bow again before any action resumes. The same process occurs if one or both.
• Any time there is a visible distress to either student, a break in action is to be taken to give time to recover.
• Students build confidence through sparring because they can improve their skill with regards to striking, evading, blocking, timing, etc. in a controlled/respectful environment.
• Sparring will only be practiced when an instructor is present and at the risk of the one who’s sparring.
• To develop one’s self control is to develop into a true Martial Artist Sparring partners are responsible for the physical health of their partner at all times.
• If two students of different belt rank spar against each other, the higher belt rank must spar down to the level of the lower.
• If two students are of different strength spar each other, the stronger of the two must spar down to the level of the other.

Extra Kicking Sets

1. Skipping Round (hook), back leg round kick, step side kick, double punch.
2. Skipping Round (hook), back leg round kick, spin side kick, double punch.
3. Skipping Round (hook), back leg round kick, step double round kick, double punch.
4. Skipping Round (hook), back leg round kick, step double side kick, double punch.
5. Skipping Round (hook), jump front kick, back leg round kick, double punch.
6. Skipping Side, spin side, step side, double punch.
7. Skipping Side, spin side, spin side, double punch.
8. Skipping Side, step side, spin side, double punch.