Redirected Rage

Redirected: To guide off center


Rage: Tackle

Attack

The Ideal attack requires that your opponent charges at you from the front, with the intention of tackling you.

Defense Pattern

1. Point of origin: Right Interview Stance with your arms up.


2. Left Cross Behind toward 4:30 into a Right Front Twist Stance while delivering a Right Outward Downward Hooking Knife Hand potentially to your opponent’s left arm (keeping your elbow above their arm) and a Left Downward Knife Hand to your opponent’s left upper arm.


3. Pivot into Right Neutral Bow Stance and deliver a Right Downward Knife Hand to the back of your opponent's neck.


4. Deliver a Right Front Snap Ball Kick to your opponent's left ribcage.


5. Plant into a Right Front Twist Stance and deliver a Left Roundhouse Shin Kick to your opponent's face.


6. Plant Back toward 4:30 then perform a Right Front Crossover and Cover Out toward 4:30.

Alternate Names

Though there are similarities between techniques named here the techniques taught in the different branches of the Kenpo family also have notable differences.


We know that each school presents information with a different style and signature that is uniquely associated with their staff and students. Always defer to the instructing staff at your school for guidance should there be any differences in the information being presented.


The American Institute of Kenpo (AIK):

Redirected Rage


Ed Parker American Kenpo Systems (EPAKS)*:

Charging Ram


Tracy Kenpo Systems:

Encircling Arms


American Kenpo Karate Association (AKKA Karate USA):

Encircling Arms


*The EPAKS system is copyrighted and all rights are reserved by the Parker Family.

Training Disclaimer

The American Institute of Kenpo (AIK) strongly recommends that all training be overseen by experienced and qualified instructors. Individuals choosing to train without the recommended oversight assume full liability for any and all injuries. In addition, those individuals engaging in training without the oversight of the American Institute of Kenpo’s (AIK’s) certified instructors will be doing so with the understanding and acknowledgment that they are waving subrogation and holding harmless the American Institute of Kenpo (AIK), it's members, and affiliates.