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Kickboxing






Manual




(Beginners-Intermediates)





































White singlet –Green Singlet

All Stars Head Office






Phone :(613) 9579 0800
236-262 East Boundary Road





Email: info@allstars.net.au
Bentleigh East, Victoria 3165





Web: www.allstars.net.au








Updated 1/04/2007



Disclaimer/Waiver
The writer has no control over the use of these manuals
by other persons, parties and institutions and will not
accept liability and denies any liability to any person,
party or institution using, relying or in any manner what
so ever dealing with these manuals or any part there of.




WARNING.
These manuals cannot be used in the absence of direct
face to face instruction with an experienced and qualified
trainer.
- Page 2 of 55 -

PART 1 BEGINNERS-INTERMEDIATES
White to Blue Singlet– Emptying the Cup
Blue to Green Singlet - Opponent awareness


PART 2 INTERMEDIATS-ADVANCED
Green to Brown Singlet - Inner awareness
Brown to Black Singlet -The gathering of knowledge


PART 3 ADVANCED
The Dan Levels - Development of the Doctrine


PART 4 TEACHERS
The Teachers Training - The sharing of knowledge



















- Page 3 of 55 -

PART 1

White to Blue Singlet
“Emptying the Cup”

INTRODUCTION
"Beginners start at white singlet indicating purity in the martial arts sense. i.e. one of no
knowledge. As a white belt you spend most of your time learning individual techniques and the
"rules of thumb" as to how the system works".

Blue to Green Singlet
“Opponent Awareness”

INTRODUCTION
“This is green singlet and is an incentive colour. There is little new material at this level with
the bulk of your time being spent “threading techniques together”. Partner sparring begins
here”
- Page 4 of 55 -

Part 1
CONTENTS

Disclaimer/Waiver .................................................................................................... 2

About the Founder.................................................................................................... 8

Introduction .............................................................................................................. 9

Statement of Purpose.............................................................................................. 10
Our Aim........................................................................................................................... 10
Scope ............................................................................................................................... 10
Methodology.................................................................................................................... 10
Our Method...................................................................................................................... 10

Origins of Kickboxing............................................................................................. 11
Muay Thai History ........................................................................................................... 11
Military and Ancient Thai Fighting Systems..................................................................... 13
Muay Thai Training ......................................................................................................... 13
Hard and soft in Muay Thai Techniques ........................................................................... 13
Secret rites ....................................................................................................................... 14
Teacher's Day................................................................................................................... 14
Wai Kru (Simple Version)................................................................................................ 15
Kickboxing History .......................................................................................................... 15

Stable Etiquette....................................................................................................... 16
Basic rules of etiquette ..................................................................................................... 16
Supplementary Rules........................................................................................................ 16

Code of Conduct ..................................................................................................... 17
Objectives ........................................................................................................................ 17
Participant Understanding ................................................................................................ 17
Instructor Qualifications................................................................................................... 17
Safety............................................................................................................................... 18
Training Area Etiquette .................................................................................................... 18
Uniforms & Training Gear ............................................................................................... 18
Sparring requirements ...................................................................................................... 19
Sickness or Injury............................................................................................................. 19
Other Health Issues .......................................................................................................... 19
Training Area Ethics ........................................................................................................ 19
Grading Conditions .......................................................................................................... 20
Training Session Restrictions ........................................................................................... 20

Obligations of the Student and Parents ................................................................. 21
Parents responsibilities ..................................................................................................... 21
Your responsibility as a Kickboxing Student .................................................................... 21
- Page 5 of 55 -

Principles of Exercises & Stretching...................................................................... 24
Exercise Sets .................................................................................................................... 24
Principles Covered During your Training ......................................................................... 25

Uniform ................................................................................................................... 27
All Stars Crest or Badge ................................................................................................... 28

Singlet System ......................................................................................................... 29
Colour of singlets and their meanings............................................................................... 29
White singlet .................................................................................................................... 29
Blue singlet ...................................................................................................................... 29
Green singlet .................................................................................................................... 29

Stable Procedures ................................................................................................... 30
Stable Duties .................................................................................................................... 30
Before Practice................................................................................................................. 30
Bow ................................................................................................................................. 30
Bowing Procedure............................................................................................................ 30

Warm up ................................................................................................................. 31

Breathing................................................................................................................. 32

Kamae (fighting ready stance) ............................................................................... 33

Drills ........................................................................................................................ 34
Tools of drills................................................................................................................... 34
Training methods ............................................................................................................. 34
Defensive themes ............................................................................................................. 34
Categories of fighting....................................................................................................... 34

Sparring Drill List .................................................................................................. 35
Blue singlet to green singlet ............................................................................................. 35

Legal Implications................................................................................................... 36

Grading System....................................................................................................... 37

Grading Requirements Kickboxing ...................................................................... 38
White - 1 Blue stripe ........................................................................................................ 38
Blue singlet ...................................................................................................................... 39
Blue – 1 Green stripe........................................................................................................ 40
Green singlet .................................................................................................................... 41


- Page 6 of 55 -

Grading Requirements Muay Thai Kickboxing ................................................... 43
White - 1 Blue stripe ........................................................................................................ 44
Blue singlet ...................................................................................................................... 45
Blue – 1 Green stripe........................................................................................................ 46
Green singlet .................................................................................................................... 47

Terminology ............................................................................................................ 49
Muay Thai Terminology................................................................................................... 50

Extra Training ........................................................................................................ 54

Fee Structure........................................................................................................... 55

- Page 7 of 55 -

About the Founder


Rod Catterall was born in October of the year of the snake. Rod’s family have all been involved in
some form of teaching or training, starting with his father’s cousin who was a special tactics
instructor during World War 2 to an elite secret commando unit unknown to Australians until after
the war called Z-Force. Rod met two members of that unit and they started teaching him all they
knew about hand to hand combat and the martial arts. (the skills that kept them alive during those
war years)
These two men fought in the early years in underground death matches to determine who was the
best in the world. They both were world champions and are still alive today to talk about it.
They are brothers. They are also pioneers in their own right, studying many different forms of
martial arts, for example Savat, La Savat, Judo, Kodakan, Karate, Jujitsu, Sumo, Shou Shu and
Chinese boxing. Rod’s father, too, did his time in the military for some years stationed in
Australia, much of which is unknown. His grandfather served in the great war, World War 1 and
was a decorated hero. Rod’s grandfather was a boxer who faught in the old circus or carnival
days when they went from town to town and took on or comers in bare knuckles fighting.

Rod began his martial arts training in 1972 in a school of Judo, then a couple of years later in
1979, decided to take up a style of karate do called Zen Do Kai, under Sensei George Zakaria,
under the wildcat family headed by Shihan Raff Lanciana, in conjunction with Kyoshi Bob
Jones. Sensei Rod Catterall later founded All Stars Self Defence Centre in 1991. A prominent
tutor and lecturer of self defence in Victoria, in his school years Rod excelled in sport, karate do,
judo, boxing, weapons and taught karate in his spare time. During his early years of training he
competed in various karate tournaments and became State Champion in weapons, combat and
kumite or fighting. He also competed in various full contact kickboxing bouts and later retired
undefeated after starting full time work. He continually studies and researches his chosen art
form, recently being awarded, in December 2001 his full 4th dan in Zen Do Kai. He has appeared
on national television, featured in films both here and overseas. He has been featured in radio
interviews, published in numerous newspapers and magazines.

In later years he spent time working with the Department of Sport and Recreation and the Martial
Arts Control Board. Developing guidelines for licencing of instructors, training of coaches at an
Olympic level, and implementing effective strategies for teaching women self defence. He is also
a lecturer for ACU (Australian Catholic University) and instructor to the PDT (Police Defensive
Tactics Instructor Unit).

In recent times he has been researching and designing corporate training and personal
development programs, for example, corporate games, motivation, conflict resolution, stress
control, anger management, harassment and bullying etc.

He has had the pleasure of working with such people as Sam Neil, Jackie Chan, Anthony
Hopkins, Samo Hung, Marcus Graham, Guy Pearce to name a few.
- Page 8 of 55 -

Introduction


Welcome to the world of the All Stars Self Defence Centre’s. Since being founded over 11 years
ago the organisation has grown into one of the largest martial arts schools in Victoria with over
2000 Students.

Our back ground in training is of Thai origins, and western style kickboxing methods, but our
methodology and ideology is universal. We incorporate the latest up to date training methods
from around the world to give you a comprehensive and practical systems for kickboxing. What
this means for you is a system of training that is unrestricted in what we have to offer you, but is
also well structured to give you the best results. Pure kickboxing focusing on mutual
confrontations.

The challenge in training is from you to yourself. We build strength where there is none. We
show you how to use the strength you already have. We build confidence where there is none.
We show you how to use the confidence you have. Strength and confidence comes from within.

The first thing you will notice when you begin training is the physical conditioning aspect. Over
a short period, regular training will greatly increase your aerobic fitness, lower your heart rate,
improve your circulation, strengthen major body muscles and reduce excess weigh, making you
feel alive, fit and healthy.

Our system is based on teaching the 8 essentials of kickboxing,
- Loyalty
- Truth
- Benevolence
- Self Control
- Etiquette
- Courage
- Justice
- Honour

As the organisation grew students became instructors, they opened their own school which where
known as Families. That brings me to us, we are apart of the All Stars Family with our head
trainer being Rod Catterall. Our Club is called the All Stars Stable. All Stars being the name of
the club and Stable being the place which we conduct training. All Stars was officially opened in
1991 and has produced over 100 instructors.

I understand that you could have trained at any one of a dozen clubs in the area but chose All
Stars. I would like to thank you very much for doing so and hope to live up to expectations.

Yours in service
Rod Catterall


- Page 9 of 55 -

Statement of Purpose


Our Aim
We aim to enhance our system without losing focus of the methods to achieve this. We aim to
develop students with strong moral and ethical values as well as strong character. Who are fit,
balanced, disciplined individuals. Who can enjoy life, focus, set goals and find there place in
society knowing and respecting others.

Scope
The All Stars are a heath and fitness teaching organization, providers of quality and professional
trainers. We have helped personally develop some of Australia’s top professional’s through our
wide range of programs. Our strong client base ranges from some of Victoria’s major corporate,
educational and sporting institutions, to training the police tactics unit at the academy.

This is but one of the many aspects our company is proud to enjoy in today’s market place. Our
commitment, reputation and the name of All Stars is everything, as we strive for excellence in
delivering a level of service and training others would only dream of.

Methodology
Our methodology is one of teaching the physical aspects of the student and developing the mind
through strict discipline, which the student needs, and together they build a strong moral
philosophy, which is essential to the overall development of the students spirit.


Our Method

Physical development

Development of intellect

Awareness of inner self

Development of self discipline

Expression of self
Development of a data base through drills
Frontline leadership

Development through reflection

Progressive loading principals of combinations

Understanding training methods and defensive themes
Fighting without fighting
Physical conditioning


Defence against a single opponent
Applying fight strategies
Peaking physically

- Page 10 of 55 -

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