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Karate belt issues! by Sue Wharton Posted Wed 04 May 2011 12:00am How should a female martial artist wear her belt? I don't mean how do I tie it but where exactly should I wear it? Natural waist Most of my karate career so far I have worn my belt fairly snugly around my natural waistline. It is comfortable there, generally stays done up and helps to keep my gi jacket together. ... Read on »
Karate belt issues! by Sue Wharton Posted Wed 04 May 2011 9:38am How should a female martial artist wear her belt? I don't mean how do I tie it but where exactly should I wear it? Natural waist Most of my karate career so far I have worn my belt fairly snugly around my natural waistline. It is comfortable there, generally stays done up and helps to keep my gi jacket together. ... Read on »
Martial Arts Uniform: How to Take Care of a Karate Uniform and your belt (thee) by Changing Lives M. Facebook Posted Mon 06 Jun 2011 1:23pm There are many symbols that are associated with the art and science of karate. If there Karate Uniforms was one piece of ‘karate equipment‘ that is most clearly associated with the art, it would be the karate uniform. The traditional white karate gi first emerged roughly 100 years ago and no karate class would be complete without stud ... Read on »
How To Tie a Martial Arts Belt in Virginia Beach and Chesapeake www.atakick.com by Changing Lives M. Facebook Posted Wed 27 Oct 2010 9:52am How to tie a  (Karate, Taekwondo, Tae Kwon Do,   Hapkido, Kung Fu, Krav Maga) belt…Changing Lives Martial ArtsVirginia Beach and Chesapeake, VirginiaSenior Master Instructor, Tracy Lee Thomas7 th Degree Certified Black Belt   A Martial Arts belt represents a given rank or level of martial arts ability within a given system of Karate, Taekwondo, Hap ... Read on »
How to tie a Martial Arts Belt by Changing Lives M. Facebook Posted Fri 29 Oct 2010 11:07am How to tie a Martial Arts (Karate, Taekwondo, Tae Kwon Do,   Hapkido, Kung Fu, Krav Maga) belt…Changing Lives Martial ArtsVirginia Beach and Chesapeake, VirginiaSenior Master Instructor, Tracy Lee Thomas7 th Degree Certified Black Belt   A Martial Arts belt represents a given rank or level of martial arts ability within a given system of Karate, Ta ... Read on »
Karate as an adult, is it possible? by Krizia MissK Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 08 Jan 2010 10:20am If you’ve been following some of my new exercise challenges on this site, I’ve already had the chance to try out a few exercises that have really stepped up my fitness. If you’ve missed those posts, you can still read them here: 1) I HATE skipping rope to keep fit, but I still do it because the results are phenomenal 2) I love ... Read on »
Karate Roles by Michele A. Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 10:47pm My husband and I are both black belt students of the Federation Honbu dojo. My husband is the chief instructor of his own dojo, which he started in 1995. That is the dojo where I teach. It is also where I live because the dojo and our house are connected. So, let us see, that makes me a student, an instructor and a karate spouse. My f ... Read on »
The Black Belt Paradox by Sue Wharton Posted Sat 18 Dec 2010 12:00am A couple of weeks ago I received a comment to one of my posts in which the commentator SCB said: "I hear "time in grade" references; I hear "syllabus" and other such things that cause me concern as to what black belt means so would like to see you post on that subject, "What black belt means to me?"". I think that the subtext behind t ... Read on »
Thoughts and Discoveries about karate training, part 1 – training outside the dojo…. by Sue Wharton Posted Mon 07 Mar 2011 12:00am I have been running this blog for just over two years now and I have been looking back at the kind of things that I have been blogging about in the last 12 months. As a result of that I have decided to review some of the things that I have written about and my current thoughts on those subjects.  This article is the first of a series ... Read on »
Thoughts and Discoveries about karate training, part 1 – training outside the dojo…. by Sue Wharton Posted Mon 07 Mar 2011 10:28am I have been running this blog for just over two years now and I have been looking back at the kind of things that I have been blogging about in the last 12 months. As a result of that I have decided to review some of the things that I have written about and my current thoughts on those subjects.  This article is the first of a series ... Read on »