FSpS:c987d Hand to hand figh - Course Information
c987d Self-defence Hand to hand fighFaculty of Sports Studies
- Extent and Intensity
- 0/2/0. 1 credit(s). Type of Completion: z (credit).
- Mgr. Štěpán Šlapanský, DiS. (seminar tutor)
Jarmila Titzová (assistant)
- Guaranteed by
- Mgr. Lubomír Medo
University Sport Centre - Faculty of Sports Studies
Contact Person: Mgr. Štěpán Šlapanský, DiS.
Supplier department: Lifelong Learning Centre - Specialized Units - Faculty of Sports Studies
- The course is geared for the long-term education only.
- Course Enrolment Limitations
- The course is offered to students of any study field.
- Course objectives
- The main goals of the educational process involve: - the improvement of the locomotive abilities and fitness - the impact on the positive approach towards sports activities considered as the protection against conflicts, civilization diseases and stress - the support of students healthy lifestyle The course introduces the basics of self-defence as well as the legal regulations and social standards influencing the sport. Hand to Hand fighting: HTH is a Russian martial full contact sport. It is a mixture of martial arts such as kickboxing, Judo, Jiu jitsu. Currently it is the most popular full contact sport in Russia and Asia. Gradually it is being introduced and trained in other countries. National and international competitions are organized and athletes compete in kimono, gloves and shin guards. HTH very quickly replaced the very popular Combat Sambo. The course is suitable for all those who want to try this type martial sports, but also for those interested in mixed martial arts, such as MMA, BJJ, Grappling, Kickboxing, K1, Thai boxing, Sanda, Karate. 3 forms of HTH: 1. Hand to Hand Fighting 2. Personal Self-Defense 3. Professional Self-Defense - HTH was first developed and practiced in the army.
- The course trains basic specific skills: sacrifice, throwing, striking, grappling and further self-defence techniques. Fitness exercises supporting the development of self-defencing skills as well as special women self-defence are also practised. Students will learn the basics of martial gymnastics, falling techniques. They will improve their physical skills and abilities, which supports a healthy lifestyle. They will take up various forms of fitness training, and learn about health aspects of combat sports. They will train hitting and kicking techniques, HTH, effective throws, and fighting on the ground. Trainings on boxing machines, Lapacho, controlled and free partners´ exercises will be introduced.
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- Teaching methods
- Assessment methods
- - exercise, credit - the credit is given to students for the attendance - 3classes can be misses and there is no need of any apology - the substitution of more absence sis not allowed
- Language of instruction
- Further comments (probably available only in Czech)
- The course is taught each semester.
The course is taught: every week.