Villám Ferenc

Villám Ferenc

Villám Ferenc
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Shin juku karate - Поиск в Google

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Miyamoto musashi:

Miyamoto musashi:

Shotokan

Shotokan

Francisco Filho-kyokushin karate

Francisco Filho-kyokushin karate

Masutatsu Oyama (July 27th, 1923 – April 26, 1994), also known as Mas Oyama, was a Korean karate master and the founder of Kyokushinkai Karate.

Masutatsu Oyama (July 27th, 1923 – April 26, 1994), also known as Mas Oyama, was a Korean karate master and the founder of Kyokushinkai Karate.

Sosai Mas Oyama founder of #Kyokushin Karate

Sosai Mas Oyama founder of #Kyokushin Karate

Osu is the one word that you'll hear the most in a Kyokushin dojo or at a Kyokushin tournament.  When you enter or leave the dojo, you bow and say "Osu".  When you greet a fellow Kyokushin Karateka, you say "Osu" instead of "hello".  When you respond to an instruction or question in class, you say "Osu" instead of "yes" or "I understand". But what does it really mean ? It means patience, determination and perseverance.  Every time we say "Osu", we remind ourselves of this.

Osu is the one word that you'll hear the most in a Kyokushin dojo or at a Kyokushin tournament. When you enter or leave the dojo, you bow and say "Osu". When you greet a fellow Kyokushin Karateka, you say "Osu" instead of "hello". When you respond to an instruction or question in class, you say "Osu" instead of "yes" or "I understand". But what does it really mean ? It means patience, determination and perseverance. Every time we say "Osu", we remind ourselves of this.

Andy Hug

Andy Hug