Vadba poteka v mali telovadnici (doju) Franja Goloba na Prevaljah. Klub goji tradicionalni karate in je član JKA (Japan karate association) zveze Slovenije. Člani se redno izobražujejo in vadijo pri največjih mojstrih sveta. Vabljeni vsi - otroci, mladina, odrasli k vpisu v karate klub Prevalje.
V četrtek 23.09. trening ob 18:30 - 20:30. V petek in soboto ( 24. in 25. septembra ) trening zaradi zasedenosti telovadnice odpade.
Trening 06.07.2021 ponovitev kat: H1-5, Tekki 1-3, Bassai dai, Jion, Enpi, Kanku dai, Jitte, Gankaku, Hangetsu, Kanku sho, Bassai sho, Chinte, Nijushiho, Sochin, Unsu, Gojushiho sho, Gojushiho dai, Meikyu in Wankan ( Jiin ).
Dodatek - Pričakovanja v praksi - eng. Iz TECHNICAL MANUAL FOR THE INSTRUCTOR - JAPAN KARATE ASSOCIATION - TECHNICAL DIVISION
Addendum - Expectations of Practice
Any martial life or sports is a mental roller-coaster of contradictory emotions in its pursuit, especially with regards to the practice of KATA. Therefore, patience and constancy in practice is foremost.
A long time ago in Okinawa, it was said that it took three years to learn one KATA and it was quite common for Masters to be proficient in three to five KATA. The superficial knowledge of many KATA was not ideal, but on the other hand, practicing only very few became monotonous.
Each KATA has its own characteristics and elements and it is necessary to practice a variety of KATA for these reasons. Each person has their own character and body type. Therefore it is not ideal for all to practice the same KATA. There is always a preferred and least-liked KATA. Care should be taken to examine a variety in order to study their characteristics, meaning and application of techniques and find one that is most suited for the individual. Ideally, a choice of one or two is best to perfect them. Even the most experienced of students will hit a wall. When this happens it is wise to do KATA slowly and spend time defining its understanding, and to seek enjoyment in performance. New discoveries can be done this way such as body shifting. When practicing KATA, always strive to capture the 3 key elements which are - contrasting displays of power, contraction and expansion of the body, changes in the speed of the techniques.
Proper posture and utmost spirit, eye contact and imaginary imaging of opponent are essential as well as comprehension of the meaning of each technique.