On Saturday October 24, 2020, we took part in a 100 Kata Challenge. At our full-time dojo we gathered to perform 100 kata of our choice. Some people did a few kata many times, some did ten kata ten times, or even more kata fewer times. I took some timelapse of the event. Our blackContinue reading “100 Kata Challenge”
Be your own Sensei! Be aware of what you’re doing, listen to feedback, remember it, apply it. Don’t always wait for people to tell you what to correct. If you have a question, it’s great to ask it (my Sensei can tell you, I ask lots of questions), but also, think it through… why wouldContinue reading “Things my instructors say”
Awareness is the first, can you name any others?
“One whose spirit and mental strength have been strengthened by sparring with a never-say-die attitude…”
For many of us anger is easily triggered and difficult to let go, but it’s a luxury that we might not be able to afford.