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Why are you training Karate? Make more friends, help the weak, learn from each other and live a meaningful life through Karate. Was it very different back in the days? For example, some Karate practitioners, especially kata competitors, seem to think that movements must always be performed in a hard way. I mean, how big are the chances?! Even regular training has changed, as training methods progress.

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But after training diligently, I eventually got my first medal in three or four years of practice. But they have little idea about the meaning of the movements, the bunkai. Then find the best ways to improve. Also, I see a lot of artificial breathing.

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I will only mention the ones I see commonly in the West. To become a champion?

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Because even if you only use kata for competing, a good referee haasegawa award you higher points if you are not only doing the physical movements correctly, but also expressing the real meaning of each kata, which you can only understand by practicing bunkai.

I mean, how big are the chances?! This is different from Japan, where the four major styles are equally popular. And if you could give one final advice to people who want to achieve greatness in Karate, what would it be?

This mindset is very important, because you can also achieve a very high level by practicing badly! No feeling of flow in the movements. My sensei always said: To learn more techniques? Was it very different back in the days? I want people to understand the spirit of Karate.

I was really bad at first! Can you describe your favorite experience or memory from competing haseagwa the world? This was the last world championship we won before they introduced the new flag rules. Everyone are really good at their respective styles in Japan!

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Think hard about your training. And the basics of fighting; strength, relaxation, timing, visualization, power and speed are all practiced in kihon.

Trust me, I trained with him under Sakumoto Tsuguo in Okinawa this summer. But the mindset must be the same in both. Even regular training has changed, as training methods progress. Universe was definitely trying to tell me something here. They are very strong physically.

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Why are you training Karate? It looks very stiff. You must ask yourself: For example, some Karate basegawa, especially kata competitors, seem to think that movements must always be performed in a hard way.

It depends on the individual. And never give up! The techniques become more sophisticated when you know the meaning of the movements, because then you can show the correct feeling. Everyone needs different practice.