We present to you a documentary film about the last years of life Sosai Mas Oyama, the great master of Kyokushin, inspired by the spiritual and physical perfection of millions of people around the world. Continue reading “A documentary about the last years of the life of Sosai Oyama”
As we all know, nothing in life, including success in your martial art, is guaranteed. However, with the right mindset and the right habits, you can stack the odds in your favor.
I have found that five habits are essential for long-term success. Although I’ve seen some people fail despite adhering to a few of these behaviors, I have never known anyone to succeed without them. Continue reading “5 Keys to Long-Term Success”
Masutatsu (Mas) Oyama was born Yong I-Choi on the 27th of July, 1923, in a village not far from Gunsan in Southern Korea.
In 1938, at the age of 15, Mas Oyama traveled to Japan to train as an aviator, to be like his hero of the time, Korea’s first fighter pilot.
In 1953, Mas Oyama opened his first “Dojo” – a grass lot in Mejiro in Tokyo… The rest is history.
May Oyama was the ultimate example of what can be accomplished when the mind, body, and spirit act as one. It is through his example that we train and strive to understand ‘the ultimate truth’.
On the 11th of July, the day that normally the famous Papendal KWF Summercamp would have started, Dojo Kyozumi has organized a great beach training. More than 130 karatekas joined good technical clinics and were responsible for a great atmosphere. Of course within all the COVID-19 regulations. In the link below, a beautiful after movie of this great event is shown. A big thank you to Dojo Kyozumi for organizing this great event. Continue reading “KWF Dojo Kyozumi’s beach training”