Well, karate is fun, exhilarating and can sometimes be tiring.
It requires focus and concentration, discipline and skill.
It has been a very enjoyable experience for me.
karate is fun, but requires dedication, discepline, and skill. strength is not important. strategy and knowledge is. if you are planning on joining a dojo, you should be ready to show the most you have
I take karate and I became a BLACK BELT at age 8. That's a record! I'm 20000000000 years old now. You use forms, breaking, and sparring. Horselover rules I've been taking it for 5 years. I am the BEST fighter nicknamed TIGER LILY. I could know or swipe a 6 foot person's head off if i was a foot taller. She is my friend. Girls can kick 5 inches above their hed including MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE me 1 You use forms, breaking, and sparring. I won two 4th places and a medal. COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL. Your stupid if u think karate is stupid, STUPID! If u don't like this I hate u!
It's the way that you move. You just consontrat on it and you will find a way to learn Karate.
Look in your local phone book for a karate school. Give them a call and they can tell you all about it. Some YMCA's also have karate classes see if your local one has them.
Yes. The level of mental and physical strength/skills greatly influence your karate
he uses karate skills, actually not only karate but also uses the power of his foot.
There is more to karate than just learning the skills. There is a sense of community, responsibility and patience that needs to be learned as well.
UFC is not the same a karate. UFC is a Mixed Martial Art. Some of the UFC fighters have trained in karate and put the skills to use in the ring.
Students may be taught karate individually or in groups by karate teachers. They teach pupils new skills and help them hone their existing ones. Teachers keep track of their pupils' development and help them get ready for promotion.
fighting skills (like karate), sports (like racing), and exercise, lots of EXERCISE!!
Not if you stay and study it long enough. Eventually all of the skills will be learned. Karate evolved out of kung fu.
Bruce Lee was a martial artist. He specialized in kung fu. He did not fight straight karate he blended his martial arts skills.
That will depend on your specific school. It is a combination of time and knowing the right skills.
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It is going to depend on the individual. To be good at either of them requires a lot of practice. Karate takes a lot of time to learn from others, most skateboarding skills can be learned on your own.