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This week we went through the pinans with the 10-7 kyu. They tried hard but kata is not easy, there are too many things to think about at the same time. First they have to learn the pattern of the kata which way to turn etc. then from there they add the rest, technique, timing, balance, focus and energy. Its a long learning process, perhaps that's why people tend to [...]
A long walk to the top, pictured here with some of the instructors. Sosai mentioned about continuing upwards without a rest. Hard to do under these circumstances, it was cold and icy but everyone made it without any injuries. The rest of the camp was at sea level and inside training most of the time. The camp was focused on kihon, kata, bunkai and trying to explain the deeper meaning [...]
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At a camp in Wales in Shihan Collin’s home town Mt Ash, I learned a very important lesson of humility & responsibility.
None of us Danes have ever had the honour of meeting Sosai himself, but during shihans teachings, it´s always like if you could ”taste the old days”.
After almost 40 years of training together he is still “Sensei” to me.
He is a great technician and a real gentleman.
It goes without saying that he is one of the most dedicated kyokushin karateka I had the pleasure to know and make friends with.