A gi is a uniform that you wear when doing karate
Taylor Lautner began doing karate when he was 6 years old.
Karate-ka - Karate student Sensei means "teacher" Sempai means "Senior" (as in senior karate student)
he started doing twilight
No, after he started acting he didn't have enough time to keep doing karate
Jackie Chan does not do Karate, although he has had some training in it.
He likes baseball, Jazz (which he has been doing for a while), karate (which he has won local, national and international certificates award, he has been doing karate since he was 7), and of course he loves acting!
I would say it does because both sports focus on flexibility and strength and by doing gymnastics it will make karate easier.
Karate does not typically have flips in it. It is a gymnastics move with little combat value in it, leaving one vulnerable to strikes while doing it.
No. You can do mechanically - follow instructions without the faintest idea of what you are doing or why. And, in my view, that is not learning.
ballet is way better way more skilled and advanced than karate if you are doing karate and not ballet then you are a full moron you have to be way more skilled to do ballet then you have to do to do karate and karate is just kicking radomly and punching radomly ballet is way more organized than that
He looks like a tall creature doing karate.