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Summer camp 2015 — By Jeff Greig

Summer camp is something I have attended each year for a while now. For me, this was a unique camp, as it marked the end of my Dan Grading process. This was a process that I informally started the previous

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What karate has done for me

Karate has made me feel bigger and stronger. It has helped me learn Japanese and understand what Sensei means. Karate has helped me focus on techniques. I like sparring and breaking wood with my hand.

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what i have learned in karate

Karate has taught me kicks and punches. I have gained confindence. Karate has taught me how to be brave. – Juniour student

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What karate has done for me

 Karate has helped me with my kicking, punching, accuracy and stretches. Before I joined karate I was never that flexible. I always have wanted to join karate and now I really enjoy it. Karate has also improved my strength. I

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What karate means to me

Even though only started karate a few short months ago, I have already learned so much. I have learned about control and discipline as well as focus and obviously some awesome kicks and punches. Karate is also helping me to

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what karate has done for me

When I think of what karate has done for me, there are many aspects that I have to take into consideration. Karate gave me a reason to be up early on the weekends. Karate gives me a reason to push

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What karate has done for me

I joined South Delta Kyokushin because I saw a YouTube video that made me want to learn karate. The benefits of karate that I like are that I am more flexible, strong, and more balanced.

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what karate has done for me

In karate I learn lots of different techniques, my Sensei and Sempai help me improve. I also learn kata, clicker and contact fighting. I enjoy the tournaments and testing for stripes and belts. –Graham

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What karate means to me

Upon entering a dojo, the goal of a lot of people, other than to improve themselves, would likely be to attain a Black Belt or Shodan, a feat which I have come to learn is no easy accomplishment. This is

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