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The Karambit is an Indonesian claw-like curved knife A brief History of the Karambit The history of the weapon begins in West Sumatra, where it is believed

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Omar's Black Belt Testimonial

Omar Is A Black Belt! After five years of hard work and training, I was promoted to 1st Degree Black Belt yesterday. Thank you Grand Master Allen Sarac

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Get Homeschool Help For Back To School 2020

You didn't Sign Up To Homeschool. Get Homeschool Help with dedicated space, tudors, and social interaction with social distancing

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Karate School Reopens with Covid-19 rules

Karate School Reopens June 1. Las Vegas Professional Karate Centers Reopens with Covid-19 enhancement rules in place

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Great Instructor and long time friend

My name is Calvin Gribble, 4th Degree Blackbelt in Tang Soo Do from Detroit, Michigan. As a teen, I fought in the Michigan/Ohio area. In the ’70s, at

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Nikola Tunguz Black Belt Assistant at age 14

You Can Become A Black Belt Through Repetition and Time. As a black belt, I have had many experiences with helping teach lower rank students over a large

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Owen Relojo, Assistant to the Instructor

Today I'm an Assistant to the Instructor. My Road to Black Belt began in California I started training in California, which is why I decided to start

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The Difference Between Stamina and Endurance

Although Stamina and Endurance may sound similar, the difference is important in achieving your goals as described by this Grandmaster of the martial arts.

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Our June Charity Event Is A Super Hero Party

On June 30th, 2018 we will be raising money for Autism through the Arbecy Foundation Our event will be held at Huffman's located inside Boca Park at

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3 Tips To Improve Your Karate SideKick

The Karate Sidekick, a fundamental basic kick of Karate is an extremely effective weapon against an attacker who is positioned to your side. When performed correctly, it can land a devastating blow.

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Save BIG at Our Multi-Family Parking Lot SALE for Charity May 12, 2018

The BIG Yard Sale is almost here! Join us Saturday, May 12, 2018, for our BIG Multi-Family Parking Lot Sale from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. Our many students

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Quotes to Help You in Times of Deep Contemplation

Or Some Good Reading Material Take a moment and see if any of these Words of Wisdom hold a special meaning for today. Karate is like boiling water,

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Quotes of the Month (February)

Quoted Words of Wisdom If you fail to prepare, you're prepared to fail. - Mark Spitz One man practicing sportsmanship is far better than 50 preaching

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Kindness Walk

An Apple a day does more than keep the doctor away! Become a Sponsor for our Charity Walk We are collecting little green apples to add to our tree in

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What has the highest karate rank?

Q. What has the highest Karate Rank? A. The sun. It has 10,000 degrees.

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