Tag: Martial Arts

Rapport from the NKKO Norway (KWF) winter camp 2019

From Wednesday the 30th of January to Sunday

the 3rd of February Shihan Geir Havreberg, Sensei Frode Robberstad and members of Etne Karate Club organized the annual winter camp.

This year we had a record high attendance with 220 students from five different organizations, five different countries and 77 black belts.

NKKO Norway

Our instructors this year were: Continue reading “Rapport from the NKKO Norway (KWF) winter camp 2019”

Youth KWUEURO 2019: Important info for Judges and candidates for judging

Attention!!! Information for judges, who would like to go through a judging seminar

and get admission for participation in the judging of the Youth KWU Kyokushin European Championship 2019, which will be held on
17.05.2019-19.05.2019 Berlin, Germany and it is organized by Kyokushin World Union, KWU Germany and Karate school „Dankezu” – Berlin

Dear Colleagues!

In order to use rationally the time of the judging seminar, which will be held on May 17, 2019, after submitting your application for participation in the judging seminar, we ask you to go through a theoretical online course on refereeing strictly before May 10, 2019, by registering at one of the links: Continue reading “Youth KWUEURO 2019: Important info for Judges and candidates for judging”

MARTIAL ARTS OFFERS BRAIN-BOOSTING BENEFITS FOR ALL AGES, RESEARCH FINDS

As well as increasing physical fitness and mental health, martial arts can boost brain cognition too

Article by Ashleigh Johnstone

We are all aware that exercise generally has many benefits, such as improving physical fitness and strength. But what do we know about the effects of specific types of exercise? Researchers have already shown that jogging can increase life expectancy, for example, while yoga makes us happy.

However, there is one activity that goes beyond enhancing physical and mental health – martial arts can boost your brain’s cognition too. Continue reading “MARTIAL ARTS OFFERS BRAIN-BOOSTING BENEFITS FOR ALL AGES, RESEARCH FINDS”