Syllabus



Savate

  1. SET
  2. BOW (SAVATE)
  3. EN GUARD
  4. FOUETTÉ (UN, DUEX, TROIS, QUATRE)
  5. COUP BAS (UN, DUEX, TROIS, QUATRE)
  6. CHASSÉ LATARAL (UN, DUEX, TROIS, QUATRE)
  7. LA DEFENCE
  8. EN GUARD
  9. FOUETTÉ (UN, DUEX, TROIS, QUATRE)
  10. COUP BAS (UN, DUEX, TROIS, QUATRE)
  11. CHASSÉ LATARAL (UN, DUEX, TROIS, QUATRE)
  12. LA DEFENCE
  13. SAVATE COMBO
  14. BOW (SAVATE)
  15. SET

Facts

Savate originated in France (1 Mark)
Savate means ‘Old Boot’ in French (1 Mark)
Savate can also be known as French Boxing, French Kickboxing, French Foot Fighting and Boxe Française (2 Marks)
Savate has a focus on kicks as it was often practised on ships where hands were used to hold on for balance (2 Marks)
There are 4 main disciplines of Savate; Form, Assaut (Light Contact), Combat (Full Contact) & Self Defence (2 Marks)

Extra Info (2 Marks)

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