Karate

L'origine you Karatedo

Defense techniques bare no weapon and no armor hands were called TE in Okinawa. These techniques were developed from Chinese boxing (To Te) in medieval times where Okinawa (then the Kingdom of Ryukyu) was a lot of trade with China. Te developed into three streams in

Why do we greet ?

The greeting is a gesture of courtesy and respect for each other by putting their level. She is also a sincere gesture of thanks to those who help. We greet when entering the room and at the end of the workout because you have to consider the place of

Le Karatedo est-il un sport ou un art martial ?

The Karatedo is considered a martial art rather than a sport. We make sports to pass the time or for us relax. Sport often aims to establish the best record or show its superiority to other. A martial art is also seeking physical and mental strength, but this force is

Karate your Karatedo ?

Both terms are equivalent. Initially, discipline defense with bare hands was called Karate (mains vides). It was adopted in the early twentieth century in schools as a martial art with great values ​​in physical and mental domains. To consider Karate as an important physical education that

What KARATE ?

Only Karatedo, channel (Do) Hand (Too) Environment (Black), is a set of techniques of self-defense where the body is used alone, sans arme ni armure. These defense techniques mainly use punches and kicks, but all body parts like hands open, fingers,

The word le

What is a Kata? Le Cover (the shape) is a series of techniques of attack and defense. It consists of blocks and attacks against using all the members of the body. The sequence of movements is strictly determined. Must properly memorize. What is the role of Kata Karate-do? Le Cover

Kumite in competition

One foundation : mark a first point. For karate competition, the distance east primary, it is imperative to master the different distances and including security and trade. The battle strategy is to penetrate the distance exchange without getting score points, and place an ippon, un attractiveness

le Kumite

The goal of all training in the martial art is a battle where the individual would commit his life in a final act. Do not take this literally, However, having in mind for a good reaction and correlation between the situations of the dojo and those of the outside world. To achieve this goal, must be

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