You’ve been coming to class for a few weeks now. You’re really enjoying yourself, but there’s one problem. You feel so… underdressed.
This article says exactly what I feel at the moment. I usually feel like I can absorb a ridiculous amount of information. I studied English literature and History as my majors, and absorbed tomes and … Karate in the Time of COVID
Last weekend Shorinji Kempo kenshi from all over the UK came to Bristol to train together. Here we are proving that no matter how many people you put in a room, somehow there is always a gap that nobody is in. Sensei Rob Villiers (6th Dan) and Sensei Richard Jarman (5th Dan) taught sessions onContinue reading “Coming together for violence and friendship”
What is the gift you will give yourself today?
When is the best time to attack?
Embu is one of the methods of training we use in Shorinji Kempo. It’s very impressive to watch, but also teaches you a lot.
Several of the club’s members attended this year’s Annual Leaders Seminar in Cyprus. We spent six days training hard, but also relaxing well and eating a lot.
Bristol hosted the International Kempo Association annual training seminar last weekend. We trained hard, partied hard, and went home tired but happy.
This book is an excellent introduction to both Western and Eastern anatomy concepts. It is not excessively detailed, but gives a good grounding in both systems.
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This is a guest post written by Justin Ford of Cup of Kick (cupofkick.wordpress.com) a great martial arts blog you might like to check out. Close your eyes. Now imagine the best student ever: They are always on time. They always take notes. They absolutely LOVE learning. They ask…