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25karats.com Expands Diamond Stud Earring Collection With Elegant New Styles by 1888PressRelease Posted Wed 06 Feb 2013 4:03am (1888PressRelease) Fans of 25karats' beautiful and diverse diamond stud earring collection will love the new styles featured on 25karats.com.    New York City, NY - Diamond stud earrings have always been a classic gift for individuals looking to surprise that special someone on Valentine's Day. Now, fans of http://www.25karats.com/ will ... Read on »
Some Thoughts About 'My Style' by John V. Patient Expert Posted Tue 30 Mar 2010 5:12pm I'm the last person who will tout Isshinryu karate as a superior method of practical self-defense over others. As I have said here more than once, the style one learns is only as good as the quality of instruction. The following is a short list of some of the stock selling points of Isshinryu Techniques adhere to natural body movements ... Read on »
When it's time to move forward: Seishin-do Shukokai Karate by Sue Wharton Posted Mon 14 Sep 2009 9:56am A time may come in a sensei's martial arts journey when he/she needs to take a different path to the one set by his/her own sensei. A need to break away, find a new path, their own path that enables them to continue developing and maturing as a martial artist. Dave Lowry, in his book The Karate Way - discovering the spirit of practice, likens ... Read on »
Shukokai karate – ‘The way for all’ by Sue Wharton Posted Mon 14 Sep 2009 9:56am I decided it would be a good idea for me to write a bit about the style of karate I am studying, mainly for your interest and my education. Though I could find a lot of information about the history of Shukokai karate’s development, I could find very little information about what actually makes the Shukokai style different to other karate styles. ... Read on »
Pinan katas and Itosu's legacy to karate by Sue Wharton Posted Thu 01 Apr 2010 12:00am The Pinan kata series (Pinan means ‘peaceful mind’ or ‘peaceful spirit’) are widely taught to students in a variety of shurite karate styles, generally as beginner’s katas. They are attributed to Itosu Yasutsune (1830-1915) who is said to have adapted them from older kata. However from which kata is less than certain. Itosu introduced karate i ... Read on »
“How to choose the right Karate School”. by Changing Lives M. Facebook Posted Mon 06 Jun 2011 1:38pm Local Virginia Beach Karate News Karate News in Virginia Beach, Virginia Karate News in Chesapeake, Virginia   Changing Lives ATA Karate and Master Instructor, Senior Master Tracy Lee Thomas Offer’s Karate Tips on…    “How to choose the right Karate School”. In the Karate business, not all schools are created equal. Karate in ... Read on »
The Olympics would be the ruin of karate... by Sue Wharton Posted Mon 13 Aug 2012 12:00am As we draw close the end of the London 2012 Olympics the IOC (International Olympic Committee) will start their analysis of the games and start voting on which sports to relegate from the next Olympics in Rio in 2016 and what new sports to add. Karate is on the list of potential new sports to add to the games next time around. ... Read on »
The Olympics would be the ruin of karate... by Sue Wharton Posted Mon 13 Aug 2012 11:25am As we draw close the end of the London 2012 Olympics the IOC (International Olympic Committee) will start their analysis of the games and start voting on which sports to relegate from the next Olympics in Rio in 2016 and what new sports to add. Karate is on the list of potential new sports to add to the games next time around. ... Read on »
Karate and the Sword.... by Sue Wharton Posted Fri 03 Sep 2010 12:00am I am currently reading a very interesting book by Mabuni Kenei (son of Mabuni Kenwa - founder of shito-ryu karate) called Empty Hand. I came across a very interesting section on the influence of the sword on the development of karate. Now, I don't know about you but I don't tend to associate the use of the sword with karate. I assoc ... Read on »
Karate is Making a Difference In America by CLMA ATA Martial Arts Posted Mon 14 Jun 2010 11:10am  Karate is Making a Difference In America Here at the Changing Lives Karate school, we believe in giving you as an individual, the purest skills necessary to defend yourself in today's society with crime hitting its highest worldwide. We offer the highest levels of professional instruction and a high velocity no-games approach in your training. You ... Read on »