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karateFit.jpgThe Workout .. returning back to karate training after an absence

This training session lasts about 20 minutes. That is plenty of training your first day back. One of the biggest mistakes people make is training too long during their first return workout. Being accustomed to longer, more strenuous workouts can leave our minds thinking we can do a lot more training than we can do safely. The dissonance between memory and body conditioning can be large. Stick to shorter workouts.

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We will go deeper into the understanding of Kata at this seminar. We will work with  creation of kata, what has affected them, and much more.

 

Anyone can participate regardless of age or style. The only requirement is that participants must be committed and interested in working with Kata.

 

Read more at EBU or Shotokai.dk

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Bruce-LeeThe biography and story of Bruce Lee began on November 27, 1940 in San Francisco, California. He was born Lee Jun Fan, the fourth child of a Chinese father named Lee Hoi-Chuen and a mother of Chinese and German ancestry named Grace.

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Neck Stretches, Shoulder Shrugs,Wrist Stretches and Chest Stretch exercises

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Yoga MeditationWe all understand that there's work and after some time, there's a need to get away from work.

Which is why we holiday. The idea is to get involved in "unwinding" activities that take us away from our workplace with the resultant diversion serving as a stress buster. So whether we ski, trek or camp, it is the diversion that helps us in de-stressing.

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Luta LivreThese days, even in Japan where wearing the gi is allowed in competition, nearly all MMA practitioners choose to fight without one. Yet if you allow your mind to travel back to those early UFC competitions, the picture of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu's Royce Gracie with a gi on and his hands in the air triumphantly is hard to shake. What many didn't realize at the time was that before the UFC was even an idea, his family's art had a rival in Brazil. Luta Livra was the martial arts style's name, and no gi submissiongrappling, sometimes in combination with strikes, was its game.

Though the Gracie's style definitely defeated Luta Livre on most occasions during their territorial war, the fact that fighters don't wear a gi anymore- which was a major difference between the two styles- says something.

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Yogi BhajanThis saying, or metaphor, which is the title for this issue's article, is a saying coined by Yogi Bhajan, the Master of Kundalini Yoga. He has created many of these points to ponder. Another one is "Excuses are self abuses". Have you ever made an excuse when your behavior did not reflect the character and caliber to carry through and deliver? It is of course human to make mistakes but can we learn and grow from them?

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You don’t know it yet, but you have been trained from a very young age to believe a lot of myths about the martial arts by watching movies and TV. You have learned quite a few facts which are not facts at all, but rather are completely false beliefs that the average person believes at such a deep level that they never think to question them. And when these beliefs are challenged, they feel an instant confidence in defying the challenge.

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yoga4Wondering what this amazingly simple method can do for you?

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Our stomach is a factory to churn and burn food – an efficient workhorse of an organ. In yoga, this corresponds to the Heat center or the Manipura chakra. In association with the Intestines etc., it comprises the digestive system that gives the nutrition one needs.

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