There are many differant founders of differant styles of karate. eg: GKR karate or IGK karate Sho-to-kan karate all have differant founders.
Isshunryu Karate-Do is a type of karate founded by Shimabuku Tatsuo
Shotokan Karate of America was founded in the year 1959. It is a non-profit organization that aims to teach traditional Karate-Do in the USA. It is led by Tsutomu Ohshima.
All Japan Karate do Association. Founded by Kanken Toyama
Gichin Funakoshi, he also never really accepted an official name for the style. He just called it karate-do.
I believe you meant kiryoku. Sensei Paul Herbert
The oldest form of Kenpo taught in American schools is Kenpo karate. In 1949, William K.S. Chow invented it
aerokaebo is a combination of aerobics, karate and boxing. it's was founded by Manny Salta.
Funakoshi delivers the first karate-do demonstration in public in 1917. Dr. Jano Kano invites Funakoshi to present a demonstration at the Kodokan Dojo in 1922, introducing karate-do to Japan. At Keio University, Japan's first college karate club is founded in 1924.
It depends on the level of the student. Any aikido person will tell you that aikido is better, and most karate students will argue that Karate is. Aikido students learn defense from most attacks, and since it was founded in Japan. Most of the attacks from karate and other Japanese martial arts are covered. There is no better martial art. It depends on what you would like to learn.
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.
Movies that have a karate theme are The Karate Kid (1984) and The Karate Kid (2010). Both movies have are karate themed and both are about a young boy, who learns karate.
there are no such things as jujitsu karate