Karate Training At Home For Beginners

When looking at karate training at home for beginners, you really need easy to follow, step by step tutorials that guide you through the basic fundamentals of karate.

If you are unable to attend a local karate Dojo (training hall), or you are just too busy, then learning karate at home with the help of video tutorials and articles is the next best thing.

Understanding the basic fundamentals of karate first, is imperative if you want to progress quickly through the belt ranks.

So many people rush the first few weeks of their karate journey, eager to get to the advanced karate.

But what they fail to realize, that if the basic fundamentals are not mastered, then they will not be able to do the advanced karate.

Karate Training At Home For Beginners

Here are two of our video tutorials that are great for people first starting out on their karate journey.

The first video explains how to make the karate fist (seiken) and the second video goes through the first karate punch, which is the straight punch (choku zuki).

We always warm up and stretch before karate practice, so if you would like to give these two a go, please warm your arms, neck and shoulders up first.

This can be done by gently swinging the arms forwards and backwards and circling the head to warm the neck up.

Video 1 Forming The Karate Fist (Seiken)

Video 2 The Straight Karate Punch (Choku zuki)

Our first course is especially designed for karate training at home for beginners, we also hold live zoom karate classes.

We also understand people are extemely busy and world time differences are so vast, so we also record the classes which are accessible inside our online Dojo.

We have a 7 day free trial along with a 30 day money back guarantee after that, so if you do decide to join our online karate Dojo, even after 30 days, if you are not happy, we will refund you first months payment, no questions asked!

So there really is nothing to lose, click the banner below and give karate a go.

I look forward to seeing you inside the Dojo.


Yours In Karate

Sensei Linden Huckle 6th Dan

Our members also have the opportunity of testing from home, many of our members attend karate Dojo and also take our ranking qualifications.

Our courses have step by step tutorials, that are highly detailed but easy to follow and great karate training at home for beginners.

It is a very easy process to submit a test.

  1. Work through the respective rank course material
  2. Drill the techniques over and over until you feel confident.
  3. Film yourself performing the techniques as described for each belt rank.
  4. Submit your video to youtube and mark as unlisted

Here is a low res image example of our new certificates

Along with full belt rank courses, we are also adding fresh content every week. A very popular part of Shotokan karate is the kata.

There are 27 Shotokan karate kata, starting from a very basic form that only has two different techniques, right up to the most advanced karate kata like Unsu (cloud hands).

Many of our members really enjoy our kata tutorials. We have a focused kata Dojo inside our main Dojo, here we have full kata tutorials along with smaller classes where we break the techniques down into great detail.

If you are looking for self defense, health, fitness and well being, the karate kata have it all. If practiced correctly, the techniques inside the kata are excellent for self defense and simply performing the karate kata is incredible for general fitness, health and overall well being.

Not quite ready? No problem, access our free home study course below.

Here's a FREE, especially designed introductory course, that gives you everything needed for your first karate online belt test!

And if you enjoy the course, you can become a full member from inside the free course, which will still have our special offer attached!

Linden Huckle

About the author

Linden Huckle has been practicing and teaching karate for over 50 years and believes first and foremost, karateka should enjoy their karate. He says 'there is nothing better than seeing a person develop into a great person through their karate practice, while at the same time enjoying karate.'

Linden Huckle