The calendar set is ideal for ... All karateka who can enjoy a minimalist yet elegantly designed wall & desk calendar -at home or in the Dōjō-. Perfect as a companion and impulse - month by month in 2024.
Each monthly page features a detailed karate illustration including the names of the techniques, showing a dynamic fight scene of two karateka. All 12 illustrations were created by author Fiore Tartaglia. For this, the first step was to photograph the karate techniques he personally performed and then, based on the photograph, the illustration was created by hand. Only in this way can important details of each technique and position be optimally represented. Definitely a nice gift idea for every karateka.
Wall calendar On each monthly page of the wall calendar there is also a selected quote from various personalities, which should stimulate reflection, motivate and also lead to an individual change of perspective .
Table calendar The table calendar offers a kata overview and thus serves as a training companion from month to month. With the help of the calendar, you can keep track of your kata training routine and reset your kata focus at any time.
Both calendars feature detailed pencil illustrations of dynamic fighting scenes and have a minimalist, elegant design: traditional and modern at the same time.
In DIN A3 format - perfect as wall decoration
Strong quotes from various personalities as an inspiration
In practical DIN A5 format
Comes with a red pencilto check off the practiced kata per month
On social networks we are daily overwhelmed by countless motivational sayings and valuable quotes, but how long do we really think about what we have just read? Often, the both beautiful and helpful text is already forgotten by the next displayed post. Therefore, we would like to deliberately focus on only one strong statement per month and thus encourage you to think longer about a quote and thus about a possibly instructive lesson for you. Until the point where the sentence is really understood and in the best case even internalized.
The regular repetition and thus the constant practice of each Kata is essential, so that they are not forgotten or the techniques are refined. Often we tend to focus on our favorite Kata and the last learned Kata and neglect the other Kata, which are also important. The desk calendar ensures that you keep track in the future and that all kata receive attention and are practiced regularly.