Easy Karate and a Better Training Recipe

Some people aim for easy karate. But I have a better training recipe. Some people think they will have more time to do karate while they are on Spring Break or Winter Break. They will make up for missed classes while on vacation.

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Open Letter to Nursing Homes during COVID-19

Maybe there are some people who are finding they have extra time to spare and share because of the season of this new virus. I do hope they are sending tangible symbols of our love and respect to all of the nursing homes during COVID-19.

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How to Introduce Young Kids to Karate

The younger the student, the more they need their parents’ support and help in getting the most out of training. Here are some ways that parents can help young kids who are not sure about starting karate.

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Okinawa Shuri Castle Photo a Favorite

This photo at Shuri Castle is one of my favorite group photos and general karate pictures. For me it symbolizes Ryukyu no shin – the heart of the Ryukyu Kingdom, or the heart of karate from Okinawa in current times.

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Arizona Spring Karate Camp Picture a Favorite

This picture reminds me that several visitors came from other states to our Arizona Spring Karate Camp. Yet, because we all train in the same style of Ryukyu Kempo, we were able to successfully perform our katas together as a team.

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