Instructors: Michael Fusaro, Al Kotula, Art Wong, Laurie Elliott
When: March 16, 2019
Location: MKA Minneapolis, 1200 Plymouth Ave N, Minneapolis MN 55411
Cost: $20.00/ $30 per Family
Time: Noon - 2pm
Open to all ranks!
The NCR Technical Committee will be hosting a mini-seminar for all levels from Noon - 2 pm at the Minneapolis Dojo. The seminar will focus on the body dynamics, power, form and transition.
Seminar may use a common kata to make a point but instructors will take time to watch and recommend improvements to your personal kata. An advantage of kata is that techniques can be practiced full force without the risk of injuring partners, develops fighting spirit and rhythm. Kata simulates an actual fighting situation and allows the karateka to feel and experience the coordinated movements atfull speed and full power to demonstrate your understanding. Can you demonstrate pressure to the floor during high speed and slow movements? Can you demonstrate power without being tight? Does your form demonstrate correct position? Does your kata flow smoothly from point a to b without losing connection? Kata is a core element of karate training. Whether you are preparing for a kyu test, a tournament, or just trying to improve your skill level, this NCR seminar can help you step to the next level!