The karate booklet consists of 40 pages and contains high quality illustrations from the book "The Karate Essence - the manual", which make the techniques easier to understand and thus optimally support your own training.
The booklet is divided into the following four parts:
Karate - the introduction
Karate in everyday life
the mental attitude
This covers most of the knowledge that is essential especially at the beginning of the karate path and promotes the personal development of each karateka.
What is Karate?
Karate is healthy
Karate against violence
What Karate teaches
Tsuki - The fist technique
Seiken - front of the fist
Shutō - outer hand edge (sword hand)
Nukite - fingertips
Koshi - ball of the foot
Sokutō/Teisoku - outer edge of the foot
Hachi ji dachi
Seiken choku zuki
Mae geri keage
Yoko geri keage
Yoko geri kekomi
Practice makes perfect
Courtesy and respect
Details make the difference
The energy of the opponent
Asking questions and listening
The value of bad experiences
The avoided fight
Benefits for your karate school:
Generatesmore attention in a sympathetic way for your karate school or club.
Increase the number ofmembers of your karate school by creating and increasing interest in karate with the help of the booklet.
Use the booklet as a promotional gift for karate interested people.
Use the booklet as a giftfor already existing, loyal members.
Included in every booklet*: Your logo and address.
Pages individually adaptable*: Many design options, tailored to your wishes and needs.
Handy format inDIN-A5 as a practical training companion.
*from the starter package.
More attention for karate.
The booklet is a creative advertising measure to increase the number of members of your karate school or club.
Through a simple structure, helpful illustrations and easy to understand content, the interest in karate will not only be aroused, but also deepened. All those interested in Karate and Karateka - no matter if beginner or advanced - will get a lot of practical information, which they can always look up before, after and also during the training.
We are happy if we can inspire others for karate and its philosophy, because we experience the resulting benefits ourselves every day. If as many people as possible discover karate for themselves and their quality of life is sustainably improved as a result, we will have achieved our goal.