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KWF Dojo Kyozumi’s beach training

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”

KWU Ukraine and WKB Ukraine signed a cooperation agreement

At the meeting of the KWU Ukraine Coordinating Council (protocol No.5 dated 06/22/2020) was taken the decision of agreement to join All-Ukrainian Association Kyokushin Budo Karate (WKB Ukraine) to the Agreement as a new Member with the right of an advisory vote.

The Executive Secretary of the KWU Ukraine Coordinating Council Dmytro Nikolaiev and the President of the All-Ukrainian Association Kyokushin Budo Karate Sergei Vsevolodov signed an Additional Agreement (joining to the Cooperation Agreement) No.3 dated 06/25/2020. Continue reading “KWU Ukraine and WKB Ukraine signed a cooperation agreement”

Why You Should Train with Focus Mitts

When some fighters use focus mitts, they tend to center their attention on power and speed. While this is a great use of mitts, they are a versatile training tool in many other ways. When you want to mix things up for a more personalized and complete martial arts workout, add focus mitt training to your program.

Basic Benefits

When you train with mitts, you focus on realistic maneuvers that you couldn’t work on otherwise, such as bobbing and weaving around a partner swinging at you. Some realistic benefits and skills you could obtain include: Continue reading “Why You Should Train with Focus Mitts”

10 Self-Defense Strategies Every Woman Needs to Know to Survive

Veteran self-defense instructor and Black Belt Hall of Fame member Meredith Gold doles out essential advice for all who want to stay safe in public.

The best self-defense strategies and techniques work equally well for men and women, but let’s face it: Women really need them because they’re assaulted more often than men. Statistics indicate that one in three women will be the victim of some type of violent attack in her lifetime. Women also endure more incidents of verbal and sexual harassment. Continue reading “10 Self-Defense Strategies Every Woman Needs to Know to Survive”