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Keeping the Faith

This article was written by Stuart Elkin, who is a 3rd Dan karate sensei based here in the United Kingdom. This is Stuart's second article for the Guest Writer's section of this website and I'm very grateful to him for sharing this article with members and visitors to this site. Stuart's writing is very absorbing and informative and I'm certain that you'll enjoy his work as much as I have.

All the best,

Iain

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Kakie (Push Hands)

This article was written by Sensei Dave Nielsen 5th Dan. He is the Founder and Chief Instructor of the United States of America Traditional Karate Association (USA-TKA). He is also the Founder and Chief Instructor of Nahashu Ryu Karate-Do.

Soke Nielsen holds the rank of Godan and the additional title of Shihan in his organization and the style which he created of Nahashu Ryu Karate-Do.

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At the Core of Martial Arts

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Selling Myself Short?

This article was written by Stuart Elkin, who is a 3rd Dan karate sensei based here in the United Kingdom. I first met Stuart at a couple of seminars I taught in London and I found him to be a very able and amiable martial artist. Stuart's article is one of the most inspirational pieces of writing I've read in quite sometime. I'm very grateful to Stuart for sharing this article with members and visitors to this site. I thoroughly enjoyed the piece and I'm certain that you'll all find it as inspiring as I have.

All the best,

Iain

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Sensei and their Humanity

This article was written by Sensei Dave Nielsen 5th Dan. He is the Founder and Chief Instructor of the United States of America Traditional Karate Association (USA-TKA). He is also the Founder and Chief Instructor of Nahashu Ryu Karate-Do.

The USA-TKA enjoys association with members from Goju Ryu, Shito Ryu, and Kempo Karate as well as the Olympic sport of Judo. Soke Nielsen continues to look for people who wish to learn from each other and join in the association.

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The Learning Curve

This article was written by Steve Chriscole, who was the editor of a superb publication called Kata Unlimited (now sadly no longer published).

I'm sure you'll enjoy Steve's article and I'm very grateful to him for letting us post it here.

Regards,

Iain

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Karate Yesterday and Today

This article was written by Steve Chriscole, who was the editor of a superb publication called Kata Unlimited (now sadly no longer published).

I'm sure you'll enjoy Steve's article and I'm very grateful to him for letting us post it here.

Regards,

Iain

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Japanese in Karate - Part 2

This article was written by Philip Whittome of the Stour Valley Karate Club in Suffolk (www.svkc.co.uk). The aim of this article is to give people who do not speak Japanese a better understanding of the correct pronunciation etc of the Japanese terms that are used in everyday karate training. I think that is a great piece of writing that is very informative and very easy to follow.

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Japanese in Karate - Part 1

This article was written by Philip Whittome of the Stour Valley Karate Club in Suffolk (www.svkc.co.uk). The aim of this article is to give people who do not speak Japanese a better understanding of the correct pronunciation etc of the Japanese terms that are used in everyday karate training. I think that is a great piece of writing that is very informative and very easy to follow.

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