I started karate in 1987 at age 7 and I’ve been doing it ever since.
I first started kata around my mid-teens and it’s still my favorite.
My stance is my absolute favorite.
I really love kata, especially when it comes to fighting.
Karate is all about your opponent’s mindset and their strength.
You have to use your opponent to your advantage.
When I started fighting I was always trying to make my opponent work for me, which is a tough thing to do.
One thing that’s always stuck with me is that the better you are at kata and at striking, the more I’m going to want to keep doing kata.
I like that my stance has changed since I started learning.
When I first started teaching karate back in the 90s, I wasn’t teaching because I had a ton of experience.
I was teaching because that’s where I was born.
Now I’m teaching because the people in karate are my family.
The stance I’m using now is from my first class, which was in the mid-80s.
After I got back to karate and I started teaching, I had to learn how to do the stance again because I was getting a lot of injuries.
I couldn’t keep up with the pace of the students anymore.
So, I changed my stance.
I think it’s because of my family background.
If you were to ask me what my stance would look like today, I would probably say a lot more like the one I used when I was a kid.
What do you think are some of the best and most dangerous karate stances?
My favorite is the right knee, which I use in my pro fights and for karate.
Another great one is the back knee.
I love this stance.
It’s so easy to throw a punch from this position.
It looks cool.
It’s always tough to find the perfect stance for a fight because it’s all about posture.
It depends on the style and the opponent.
There are two basic ways to teach karate: either by yourself or by teaching a partner.
As an instructor, I’m always teaching people to do something, whether it’s a sparring session or a fight.
The best karate instructors are always teaching by themselves and by partnering with a partner or with someone who has done a lot in kata in the past.