Practice Makes Permanent
PRACTICE MAKES PERMANENT?! Don’t you mean Practice Makes Perfect? No, here at KarateThrows.com we mean Practice Makes Permanent. Only through correct and consistent practice and repetition can you hope to improve your karate and martial arts skills while developing muscle memory. If you practice incorrect or sloppy technique, that is what your body will perform, PERMANENTLY.
Our mission at KarateThrows.com is to help you successfully progress and improve your throwing, sweeping and unbalancing techniques.
Our curriculum is designed to teach and progressively improve your technique by providing:
- Basic Footwork Patterns and Advanced Footwork Combinations
- Partner Drills for developing Timing, Distancing and Positioning
- Kumite, Tournament and Self-Defense applications
KarateThrows.com is appropriate for Students, Instructors, Coaches and Competitors looking to add excitement and advanced skills to their karate training.
Instruction for All Levels
From Youth to Adult – all skills levels benefit!
“The world of karate cannot be compared to any other sport or physical exercise. Karate developing the whole body and mind can be experienced by anyone. Since karate offers self-defense, character development, physical exercise, a historical art and a sport, anyone of any age and any ethnic group can train in the way of karate.”
At KarateThrows.com we teach JKA Style Shotokan Karate. Our club is a member of the AJKA-I and is the East Coast Training Headquarters for the United States.
Shotokan Karate-Do is a Japanese Martial Art and form of self-defense developed by Sensei Gitchen Funakoshi. Kara(empty) te(hand) Do(the way) or The Way of the Empty Hand focuses not just on the physical art, as students learn to defend themselves with empty hands(weaponless), but on the mental aspect as well. The ultimate goal of a Karateka (person that studies karate) is the perfection of one’s self and one’s character.“The ultimate aim of the art of karate lies not in victory or defeat, but in the perfection of the characters of its participants.”“The ultimate aim of the art of karate lies not in victory or defeat, but in the perfection of the characters of its participants.”
“The ultimate aim of the art of karate lies not in victory or defeat, but in the perfection of the characters of its participants.”
-Founder of Shotokan Karate
Master Gichin Funakoshi
AS PART OF YOUR SUBSCRIPTION… you gain full access to personalized advice to help you learn each technique properly. Just email a video of yourself to our staff at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our instructors will view the video and respond with insightful guidance.