If you want to punch in a fight then you need to strengthen your knuckle and wrist from breaking when punching hard areas. Continue reading “Do this if you want strong wrist and knuckle”
1) Don’t worry if you’re not on the same level as your partner. If you’re brand new and get paired with a senior student, don’t worry that you’re somehow “holding them back.” Chances are, they welcome the chance to brush up on their basics, and will be more than happy to give you pointers. And don’t be embarrassed if you make mistakes – remember, they’ve been there, too!
2) Do be willing to accommodate your partner’s level. Continue reading “12 Tips for Being the Perfect Training Partner”
Both styles are different on a contact level. Kyokushin karate believes more in full-body contact, this ranges from medium to hard contact during sparring to full contact during competition. Continue reading “The Difference Between Shotokan and Kyokushin”
KWU Gomel Cup 2020 International Kyokushin-kan Karate Tournament Among Men and Women in Weight Categories will be held on October 23 – 25, 2020
Organizers: Kyokushin World Union and Kyokushin-kan International in Belarus.
Eligibility: Representatives of national federations and all concerned Kyokushin groups of the country, aged 18 and more, with at least 6 Kyu style grade, are eligible to compete in Gomel Cup 2020 International Tournament.
On September 13, 2020, KWU – Azerbaijan Republican Seminar chaired by Galandar Aslanov was held on Novkhani beach in Baku.
The closure of all gyms due to the COVID-19 virus since March has had a major impact on the physical, mental, and psychological lagging of athletes.
From August, sports training and sporting events have been allowed only in the open air, while maintaining social distance. Immediately after the decision, we involved the athletes in partial outdoor training and organized a small outdoor tournament in August to restore their former fighting spirit. Continue reading “2020 Seminar of KWU Azerbaijan”