Fri, Oct 25|
One Strike Buffalo Isshin Ryu Karate And
100 Kata Challenge - Celebrate traditions of Okinawa Te
Students, are invited to participate. All participants are required to complete 100 repetitions of one kata (6-9yr can get short breaks) at completion you'll receive a certificate of participation. I'll look into event t-shirts. RSVP for this event by Oct. 15th. I'll register students as a group.
Time & Location
Oct 25, 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM EDT
One Strike Buffalo Isshin Ryu Karate And, 3720 South Park Ave, Blasdell, NY 14219, USA
About the event
This year I would like students to select ONE kata to perform 100 times. Students ages 6-9 can mix up the 100 with 2 katas and will be allowed breaks. Students who need to take a break (health concerns) will also be permitted to take breaks. Participants will recieve a certificate of participation from One Strike and the participation certificagte from th eorganizations. RSVP for this event by Oct. 15th. I have registerred us as a team, please advise asap if you can or cannot participate. If you have familiy or friends who would like to watch please feel free to invite them along. (keeping in mind the limited space for spectators) I will have fruit for participants available.
Exerpt from challenge okinawa:
The next 100 Kata Challenge event will be on October 25th 2019 – “100 Kata for Karate Day”
This international martial arts event led from Okinawa, the home of kobudo and karate consists of performing 100 kata in sequence. Participants are free to choose a preferred kata, and progress at their own pace. Participation is open to all ages and levels. Even if you are not sure you can complete 100 repetitions we warmly encourage you to take on the next challenge event and do your best. The only way you can fail is by not taking part! The 100 Kata Challenge event is an ideal opportunity for experienced practitioners and those with an interest in taking up traditional karate and kobudo practice to watch and try out kata practice. There is simply no better way to start learning your first kata than doing 100 repetitions of that kata!