I Got Your Karate Lesson Right Here…Only $2!
How much Karate can you learn for $2? Eh?
Well, maybe a lot, especially if you have $2 to spend on the Best Online Karate Lessons in the World.
This Karate Lesson is actually a course, and it takes a person right from white belt through black belt.
The question is…is it worth the money.
Consider the contents of the first karate lesson, the white belt to orange belt level. On that lesson you get a check list to go through. The checklist is thorough.
You get a section on how to do warm ups.
You get a link to a section on Karate basics, all done in video.
You get advice on how to do Martial Arts forms and techniques.
You get a section on how to do the first Karate Kata, or form.
You get a section on how to do the applications so they will REALLY work.
And, you get a BONUS section on how to translate the movements into the methods used by the original founders of the art. This BONUS section itself is worth gold! It takes you back to how and why Karate was invented, and what the original moves had to have been.
And, the thing makes so much sense that you can’t argue!
And, even if you are slow to think and do wish to argue, you can’t stop thinking about this totally original take on what Karate is!
Now, with this much quantity, and, to be honest, this much quality, why is the price so low?
Because there are a lot of people out there who a) believe you can’t trust the net, b) believe that you can’t learn the martial arts off the internet, c) that the thing is a scam!
But who can argue if it only costs two bucks to find out?
The good news is that this lesson isn’t a ‘cheapie’ to entice to learn and then gouge, it is representative of a sequence of prices that are UNBELIEVABLE!
And, the ulterior motive here?
To teach people good, solid Karate. To make them think, to realize, to get strong and powerful.
To make the weak strong, and the bullies into non-bullies.
And, who knows, you might get to loving this spectacular art so much you order other courses!
Of course, it’ll cost you $2 to find out.
Al Case has near 50 years of Martial Arts experience, and was a writer for the Martial Arts Magazines. This course can be found at Kang Duk Won.