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a traditional Japanese system of unarmed combat

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GETTING A KICK OUT OF KARATE: Danielle Dunn who took a silver medal at the World Union of Karate-Do Federations' European Championships Pictures by DOUG MOODY INSTANT HIT: Teesside's Danielle Dunn with her medal alongside her coach Jaga Singh
Ajari, who is also the founder of Japanese Karate-Do Federation Wodakai in the United States of America (USA), trained the players at the camp held at the main indoor stadium of Khuman Lampak Sports Complex under the patronage of the North Eastern Council.
Previously I had lot of problems especially in basics, but after joining this training camp my doubts are clear," said Laurigaun, a Karate-Do player.
The players felt that foreign coaches would not only improve their skills, but also put them at par with international Karate-Do players.
Nos nos concentramos nas tecnicas do karate-do e tentamos verdadeiramente nos tornarmos mestre delas.
o praticante de karate-do deve purificar-se do egoismo e dos maus pensamentos, pois so uma mente pura pode compreender, sem distorcao, o que recebe.
90) que sao as bases para o karate-do, pois "o karate serve para desenvolver uma filosofia, uma pratica de vida" (p.
JKA is the preserver of the soul and spirit of the art of Karate-do based on the ancient Japanese tradition of Bushido which is the way of the Samurai.
Kanazawa founded the Shotokan Karate-do International Federation in 1979, an organization that now has branches in more than 90 countries.
She endured a tough three-hour training session and grading exam to become the town's youngest black belt from a traditional Japanese system of karate-do.
Modern day karate-do in Japan has four styles, Goju-ryu, Shito-ryu, Shotokan, and Wado-ryu.
KARATE kid Josh Chisholm has won his black belt in Wado International Karate-Do Federation karate.
Imphal, May 24 (ANI): Nihon Shotokan Pemba Tamang, an 8th Dan an Indian non Japanese Grandmaster, who has been a world champion in 1985 in Karate-Do, recently imparted training to over 70 Karate-Do players here nder the aegis of Department of Youth Affairs and Sports, Manipur Government, the Shotokan Karate Do Federation of India, in association with Amateur Karate Do Association of Manipur, organised the camp.
The training was imparted at the main indoor stadium of Khuman Lampak Sports Complex in Manipur's Imphal city between May 14 to 15, followed by a national Karate-Do Championship held on May 16 here.