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Customer Review of the Self Defense Playing Cards
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Playing cards to learn self-defense

I bought these thinking a simple card game like "Go Fish" might help my 3 year old with his Tae Kwon Do.
Using the cards, making a game out of learning moves, has been an outstanding training aide for Tre', my son. Playing his, "Karate cards," has been fantastic memory tools for him, helped him "see" (get a correct mind picture) of blocks, kicks, punches and strikes, and improved his effort and technique (for a three year old.)
However, the point I want to make, for a toddler, or elementary school child, making a game out of their practice sessions at home (and they MUST practice at home to gain any ground and self-confidence) all the way through adults . . . again as memory aides, drill cards (flash cards) or whatever the individual develops.  
by: Frank C Vozenilek
4/13/2010 2:34:47 AM
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