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David S.

STANFORD, CA
I'm in the 5th year of my graduate study at Stanford, working on a PhD in Mechanical Engineering. My research is on electric space propulsion devices. I have a total of roughly 9 years of karate training, but with a large gap in the middle. I started training in Shito Ryu karate in Southern California in 6th grade, and continued through high school. I did not train much at all during undergrad,...

CabotKarate

California
There are many reasons for kids to become involved in the martial arts. We have developed a program based on traditional Taekwondo for kids, called Karate for Kids. The Karate for Kids system is based on a lifetime learning concept in addition to technical skills. The building blocks for our system are monthly themes such as: Goals, Self-Esteem, Courtesy, Integrity, Confidence, Self-Awareness,...

Shodan David.J.Viney

California
hey. im David Viney and im a 1st dan black belt at SVMA in leicester. i have been doing korean karate for 8 years now and i passed my black belt grading the second time on 3-4/12/11. karate is not just my life but it mostly is. the reason i started this blog is to hear your opinions on good training advice, whats best with competetion fears, how to learn new tricks well and how to get...

Nicholas C.

STANFORD, CA
I am an applied physics Ph.D. student and as such I have little free time, and plenty of stress. I train with Stanford Shotokan Karate because the full 2 hour workouts are physical enough that I only need to exercise 2-3 times per week to stay in shape, and they are a great way to blow off stress. I started training in Shotokan Karate as an undergrad at Boulder and, besides the physics...

Guillaume C.

MENLO PARK, CA
I started doing karate 7 years ago as a sport to keep in shape during college. During my senior year, I discovered Shotokan Karate of America at the UBC dojo in Vancouver. At first I thought: "What a bunch of crazy guys that practice really hard!" but, since then that is exactly what has keep me coming back. I just can't stop going to practice nowadays... Cross-training is also a must....

Kyokushin Karate Florida K.

West Palm Beach, Florida
Kyokushin Instructor in south florida

sfroadwarrior

California
I’ve been a runner for as long as I can remember. Even in Kindergarten, I remember challenging anyone who was up for it to race me in the school yard during recess and proudly styled myself “The Third Fastest Girl in School” (I did allow that my friends Jana and Wendy were faster.) Our PE teachers did a running unit every January that pretty much consisted of having us...

Robb B.

ogunquit, Maine
Robb Buckland, the founder of FEARS Ltd., is a veteran of over 30 years in the martial arts. A nationally certified nutritional consultant and personal trainer (IFPA and ACSM), he currently holds a 5th degree blackbelt (Shihan) in Uechi Ryu Karate where he trained under the systems American founder George Mattson , he now trains under Canadian Uechi - Ryu founder and is an "elder"...

Lesley H. Facebook

United States
Geeks in Gis is ran by two geeks that enjoy martial arts, weight training, and sports. Lesley is a tech author and games journalist. She is the author of two books, which were published by Packt Publishing and she is currently working on Weight Training For Women: A Beginner's Guide, which will be published by Need2Know Publishing in November 2011. Lesley enjoys weight training and Karate....