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Success at KWU SENSHI Chile Summer Camp: Martial Arts Spotlight

At the recent KWU SENSHI Chile Summer Camp, which brought together approximately 200 participants from all regions of Chile, martial arts shone brightly. Held intensively over several days, the event provided attendees with a unique opportunity to hone their skills in 14 classes of Karate Kyokushin and kickboxing. With renowned instructors such as Shihan Francisco Filho, Shihan Glaube Feitosa, and Sensei Ewerton Teixeira, the experience was unforgettable for all in attendance.

KWU SENSHI Chile’s Summer Camp opened its doors to martial arts enthusiasts of all levels, fostering an inclusive and welcoming environment. Regardless of prior experience, all participants had the chance to learn from some of the biggest names in the martial arts world.

Shihan Francisco Filho, known for his remarkable achievements in Karate Kyokushin, led sessions that covered everything from fundamental techniques to advanced strategies. Shihan Glaube Feitosa, with his extensive kickboxing experience, shared valuable insights into strikes and movements. Meanwhile, Sensei Ewerton Teixeira, an expert in both Karate and Kickboxing, offered a comprehensive view of martial arts training.

One of the standout moments of the event was the presence and supervision of Shihan Emmanuel Ruarte, the director of the southern region of KWU SENSHI America. His experience and commitment to the martial arts community were evident throughout the Summer Camp. As a fitting climax, he conducted a black belt examination at the end of the event, allowing deserving participants to achieve this significant milestone in their martial arts journeys.

KWU SENSHI Chile’s Summer Camp not only offered high-quality training but also built a strong sense of community and shared passion for martial arts. Participants left with a deeper understanding of Karate Kyokushin and kickboxing, new friendships, and priceless memories.

As the memorable event comes to a close, both participants and organizers eagerly anticipate future gatherings where they can continue to expand their knowledge, refine their skills, and celebrate the rich tradition of martial arts.

Stay tuned for more updates on KWU SENSHI events and opportunities to be part of these thrilling experiences in the world of martial arts.

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