karate lansdale warrington  Students from Central Bucks CB South and Lenape middle school enjoyed a day at AMERIKICK in Lansdale PA.  They participated in exercise, stretching, and self defense skills.  Later they were treated to demonstrations from the instructors from Lansdale and Amerikick Warrington.  Pictured are Sensei Doug with Eric Powell from Lenape.

Karate for kids is a great way for children to learn lessons in life and build self confidence. Our approach at Amerikick is like none other. Currently we are less than 500 students away from reaching 1 Million students satisfied. Also, there are 26 locations nationwide. Your child can

amerikick karate world  Alana Wegfahrt age 18 of AMERIKICK KARATE 382 Easton Rd  in Warrington PA receiving her Undisputed title as the Number 1  female fighter in the U.S.A. from NASKA last night in Chicago.  Alana from Jamison PA has been training at Amerikick since age 5 and  is known for her beautiful kicks and graceful attitude. As a part of the  prestigious Amerikick World team she is holding her own defeating  many slightly older karate champions. She is now a Sensei at the Warrington karate school and loves teaching other young girls  to
be confident and self assured through martial arts training.

kick boxingWhack!  The rounded glove crashes into a bag as a smiling woman  pulls back for another uppercut punch.  Kickboxing is taking off this  season.

Amerikick’s  kick boxing super fat burning classes are producing amazing  results for moms and dads.

“I can’t believe the  instruction here.  I went to many health clubs and I realize now why they  were boring… the instructors didn’t have the amazing experience and knowledge of the Amerikick instructors. The instructors here are teaching  me how to kick and punch with power and finesse and showing me how I can  improve my performance by changing small things.  It’s so much fun.  I  love the class!” says Sherry from Jamison PA.

Kickboxing burns up to 750 calories per hour and the group here is so enthusiastic. Yes they are sweating, yet they all  look like they are having a really good time. Sensei Kevin  is not only a buff instructor, he moves like a martial arts movie star.  He is a  world champion in martial arts sparring and can jump high enough to kick the ceiling of the Karate school.  But more important he is able show the  class how to be the best they can be.

If you are looking for a  fun work out this season don’t miss out. No other fitness program will  get you in shape faster.  You will see results after just one week with kick boxing.

Call 215-343-2378 or Drop in for a free kick boxing class at 11am-12pm or 8:30-9:30pm Tuesday and Thursday.


Work on  positioning after every basic, or technique.  Getting behind one attacker, and putting  that person between yourself and all the other opponents.  At the finish of a self defense  technique, you can push, that opponent into the others. Students should  be able to perform any self defense technique on either side.

TIP: Hit the biggest guy or the leader first.

Kicking the Arm- Often in a multiple attacker situation, one  person will grab your arms from behind, while the other punches.  Block the punch with a Crescent kick to  arm (Student holding focus pad) combined with a Front kick to body (On  Sheild).  Finish person behind with  Interlock or Crushing Hammer.

Combining- Putting two or more  techniques together for Multiple Attackers.
For example:  Students do Step and Chop on one side and Step and Hammerfist on the other, then  reverse it. OR After they finish Tackle Technique and are still in the horse stance pretend someone grabs them from behind and have them perform Driving Elbows.

Staff at AmeriKick Kids Karate

What a Black Belt Means To Me
By: Benjamin Wenzke

My name is Benjamin Wenzke and I am 8 years old. I asked for Karate
lessons for my 5th birthday. My parents told me that my grandparents looked into several Karate schools and had decided that they liked the way that
AmeriKick Karate Warrington taught. I was enrolled on a monthly basis to see whether I liked it or not — I LOVED it!

The way the Senseis taught me were fun ways. I liked to practice my katas
and techniques at my house. I watched my AmeriKick Kids Karate videos all the
time, so I would get better.

When I first started Karate, getting a black belt didn’t seem that
important to me. I just wanted to have fun and learn something new. When I was a yellow belt and Sensei Alana asked me to join the demo team, I was nervous about being on stage. My first tournament on the demo team was the International Tournament in Atlantic City. It was a lot of fun. We took first place
at the tournament and I took first place in my forms and brought home my
first 5 foot trophy. I have been on different demo teams since then and one of
my goals is to be on the Black Belt Demo team.

I always like to watch the black belt demo teams and higher belts because
they would teach me new tricks and techniques and what I need to know for
my black belt test. They looked like they were having a lot of fun and
practiced well. I would like to do some of their tricks too.

I have made a lot of friends in Karate. A lot of the people who have
higher belts then me have helped me a lot. A lot of times I would stay after
class and watch the next belt class, to see what I needed to learn for my next
belt. My karate friends all cheer me on at tournaments and demonstrations.
Sensei Kevin teaches me in a fun way and shows me things. He teaches me how
to do things right.

Getting a black belt means that I set a goal and was able to get it. I
have played football for the past 4 years and was still able to go to Karate
on a regular basis and keep up with my school work. Sometimes it was very
hard because I got very tired especially after sparring. But in Karate I
learned how to be focused. I learned how to do football and Karate at the same
day or night 3 or more times a week.

I can’t wait to get my black belt and go to the next tournament and

karate for kidsTommy Balkir National tournament competitor receives his Amerikick Junior Black Belt.

Tommy the youngest tester hails from Amerikick Karate Warrington PA and passed his test with honors.  During the full 8 hours of sparring, self defense techniques, basics and katas.  Tommy demonstrated full speed and power on every one of his moves. He is mature far beyond his 8 years.  An Amerikick Black belt is recognized across the nation as being of the highest quaility in the martial arts.  Tommy is on the track to be a part of the Amerikick National Tournament Team.  The top team in Sport Karate.   Tommy is a true champion often sweeping his divisons with first place in kata, weapons kata and sparring.  He has a bright future ahead of him.