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Karate Kid Movie Hits Princess Anne Shopping Center by Changing Lives M. Facebook Posted Mon 06 Jun 2011 1:16pm FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE       CONTACT:Changing Lives ATA Martial Arts- Master Instructor -Senior Master Tracy Lee Thomas                    Phone #: 757-471-9002     email:                       PRINCESS ANNE ATA MARTIAL ARTS Mrs. Denise Morin Academy Director Mr. Corey Gunsel Chief Instructor 3809 Pri ... Read on »
3 Ways That Karate Can Help Your Child Enhance His Or Her Self-Discipline by CabotKarate Posted Tue 28 Feb 2012 2:25pm This article explains what attracts kids to karate and why it can be a good idea for parents to enroll their kids in a program. It breaks down three ways karate is likely to enhance a child's sense of self-discipline: through practice, respect, and mastery. karate, self-discipline in Cabot Children are often attracted to the art of kara ... Read on »
Karate ! why should we learn karate ? by krrish Posted Sat 16 May 2009 12:40pm Why should you Learn Karate ? Why should you Learn Karate ? If you are desirous of being physically fit and healthy and if you wish to be guided towards becoming a person of exemplary character, disciplined, respectful, mentally alert and keep harmony and peace in your daily living, then you must learn Karate. Physical fitness K ... Read on »
SSK karate seminar - my first experience of a karate course. by Sue Wharton Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:13pm ( Photo: SSK course instructors) I attended my first ever karate 'course' on Saturday. This was also the first course organised by our newly established karate association - Seishin -do Shukokai Karate. I didn't really know what to expect, I saw it as a chance to meet members from the other clubs in the association and receive instruction from ... Read on »
Karate or Karate-Kobudo? by John V. Patient Expert Posted Wed 10 Oct 2012 6:42pm Recently I found myself training at a Matsubayashi Shorin-ryu school working indigenous Okinawan weapons: kobudo. The chief instructor asked me to advance with my bo (staff) while paired up with another trainee, so I instinctively stepped forward using a cross-stepping kosa-dachi. I'm told Shorin-ryu stylists don't (or quite rarely) utilize t ... Read on »
Are you the next Karate Kid? by High Velocity Martial ARts Posted Tue 29 Jun 2010 11:00am Are You the Next "Karate Kid?"   Mr. Steven Willits,Chief Instructor at High Velocity ATA Martial Arts in Western Branch VA, discusses the soon-to-be released movie The Karate Kid and the lessons it teaches about the nature of true martial arts training.     In 1984, the release of the movie The Karate Kid changed the martial arts ... Read on »
My Karate Kid Memories by Beth F. Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 Sep 2010 8:40am I can still remember the first time I saw the original Karate Kid. I was 14 years old and after seeing Ralph Macchio as Daniel-Son, I had the biggest crush on him. We saw Karate Kid at a drive in movie theater in Pennsylvania - near my parent's summer home in the Poconos that they sadly wound up selling a few years later. Perhaps it was th ... Read on »
Why I do karate by Karrie L. Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 6:14pm It all began after watching "The Matrix". My sister had just had her first child and I had witnessed the entire thing. While staying with her I went to see that movie and was transfixed by the martial arts moves. I said to myself, "I really, really want to learn that!" For the past year my kickboxing instructor had been bugging me to join his ... Read on »
A New Take on the Karate Kid by Dina S. Posted Mon 14 Nov 2011 9:02pm We all saw the movie when we were younger. “Wax on, Wax off” and then bam! The kid is the ultimate karate master.  While this isn’t the most realistic situation, it still lends itself to a great idea. Fighting, meaning karate, boxing, MMA, and other martial arts, are a fantastic training mechanism for one’s strength, speed, skills, and reflex ... Read on »
Karate Moves We Could Do Without by John V. Patient Expert Posted Sun 26 Jun 2011 11:30am Have you ever witnessed a technique that was touted as effective that you either felt to be unsuitable or could never work under almost any conditions? Here's my short list Jump kick. Legend has it that the jump kick was devised by the Hwarang warriors of feudal Korea. The idea was that it enabled one to dismount a soldier from his ho ... Read on »