On Saturday, May 13th 2017, IFK Switzerland Kyokushinkai
had the annual Seminar, called Budo Training Day, in Chur.
Totally came 128 Karatekas from 12 Dojos to train Kumite, Katas with Bunkai and Kihon.
OSU, Shihan Eddy Gabathuler Continue reading “Seminar of IFK Switzerland Kyokushinkai”
Crawley Dojo – Affiliated to British Karate Kyokushinkai – BBK shared the news:
Well done to the team at the International Kyokushinkai Karate Organisation National Championships in Folkestone.
IFK Hungary took part on XXI J&S Speed Cup in Tata (Hungary) on 20.05.2017
The event has been organised by the Hungarian WKO, there were 355 fighters from three countries: Hungary, Croatia and Slovakia.
It is almost impossible to learn Karate from a book, even one with many illustrations.
The basic techniques you are taught are the building blocks which you will learn to combine for more complicated formal exercises and later for practical application for self defense. No one can ever learn all there is to know about Karate, even though they may have trained for 50 or so years. It is also important for beginners to understand that no instructor can actually “teach” Karate to you. YOU are the person who will slowly teach your body to respond on command in the correct way, your instructors will demonstrate and correct — but knowledge can only be translated into action by hard work and regular attendance.
Karate literally means “empty hand” fighting and this emphasizes the fact that we must use the weapons that nature gave us for our own defense or that of others. Continue reading “TRAINING OVERVIEW”