This article is mostly copy/paste from socialmediatoday, but edited with only important for Kyokushin, that will help you to develop you personal profile or your Dojo’s social media presentation. I use this almost all the time and we can see good results after less a month – more fans, more likes, more shares, more engagement […]
WKO published list with new Dan grades… Congratulations to all! With big respect: OSU!! Full list you can see HERE – yes, it is recommendation, bu we know when WKO recommend, it’s 99% sure that will happen ;) For me is a pleasure and I’m proud that two great European women has been promoted with […]
Picking out my first gi was as daunting as choosing my wedding suit. I needed to impress; make people realise that even though I’d never done this before, I belonged. I had to feel comfy (I guess), but far more importantly, I had to radiate the confidence of a man with everything figured out. A […]
The samurai – highly skilled Japanese warriors that hailed from noble families and served the local lords. These warriors were experts in Martial Arts. Out of the four main classes in ancient Japan – samurais, farmers, artisans and merchants – the samurai were the highest.
European championship was held in Roskilde, Denmark over week ago and passions still not fade. Respectively they are fueled with the photos that were made by some of the best Kyokushin photographers that I know. It is difficult to choose, but here are the most touching pictures and links to the albums in Facebook. Thank […]
European Championship 2017-04-08, Roskilde, Danmark Results from day 2 – Men and Women Kumite Adults Women -50Kg 1. Daiva Kriščiūnienė – Lithuania 2. Sandra Nowak – Poland 3. Monika Podora – Poland 3. Erika Zeburtovič – Lithuania Adults Women 50-55Kg 1. Zsófia Szabó – Hungary 2. Veronika Németh – Hungary 3. Diana Mačiūtė – Lithuania 3. Rita Pivoriūnaitė – Lithuania […]