Let’s face it. Karate gets in your blood. And when you can’t practice for any length of time, it breaks the habit of training. Discipline slips. Motivation gives way to expediency. Other things keep getting in the way.
Yet any diligent practitioner knows that regular practice is essential, both to retain knowledge and improve skills, as well as to develop new ones needed for advancement in the art.
Training at home is hard. There’s no class to attend at any particular time. No partner work on focus, targets, combinations or body distancing. No instructor to tell you what to practice or critique your efforts. No one to teach you new techniques or hone your application of existing ones.
We try to provide you a foundation upon which to build, and encouragement and direction to keep pushing your boundaries and become a better karateka.
While we’re not yet clear on exactly how we’re going to do that or what our digital dojo will offer or look like once complete, we know we’re committed to advancing the art and your proficiency in it.
Hopefully that will be enough to help you get off the couch and get into a regular routine of self-training. Why not get started today?