Kyokushin is a way of life, a way of living, a lifestyle. Bushido is a code of conduct, where discipline and moral values are of the utmost importance a total commitment. For the Samurai it was to his master, death before dishonour. When there is no fear of death then you are free, this is Kyokushin Karate a total commitment.

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20Feb, 2017

What´s in a title?

By |Feb 20, 2017|Categories: Image highlights, My thoughts, Philosophy|Tags: |2 Comments

There are many of us who use exotic titles before our names, such as Shihan or Hanshi etc.  Are we eligible to these titles or is it that some people just give themselves the title. First what do they mean, perhaps not an easy question because after all they are foreign words that we assume we understand. For example Shihan, would mean to set an example to others a high-class [...]

23Aug, 2016

…students do not have the same passion.

By |Aug 23, 2016|Categories: Karate, My thoughts|Tags: |7 Comments

I have been debating with myself whether to write the following blog or not as it may seem a little egoistic, but after some thought I decided to go ahead after all this is a blog. I have to turn back the clock a few years to when I started training, I would take every opportunity to train which in the early days was not so easy. There was never [...]

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What people Say

At a camp in Wales in Shihan Collin’s home town Mt Ash, I learned a very important lesson of humility & responsibility.
Alwyn Heath, Wales
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”.
Franz Rasmussen, Denmark
After almost 40 years of training together he is still “Sensei” to me.
George Minos, Gothenburg's Karate Kai
He is a great technician and a real gentleman.
Sosai Mas Oyama, Founder of Kyokushin
It goes without saying that he is one of the most dedicated kyokushin karateka I had the pleasure to know and make friends with.
Attila Mezaros, Founder of Gothenburg's Karate Kai