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Adult Karate Programs

Many non-martial artists believe karate to be a fitness activity where you can learn some cool moves. However, the benefits of martial arts for adults are much more extensive than fitness - orientated gains. Karate can improve your mental strength, allow you to adapt to different situations and improve your social life
Mastering karate will help you to...
Build your confidence
Improve your fitness
Master self-defence
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The benefits are karate are endless

Karate is a total body workout, as martial arts is a high aerobic workout that uses every muscle group in the body. Your stamina, muscle tone, flexibility, balance, hand – eye coordination, reflexes and your natural strength will all improve. It is great for adults and children alike as it builds strength without the use of weights which decreases the risk of injury.

Think confidence is just for kids? Think again. The most powerful and life changing benefit of martial arts comes as a by-product of the demanding physical training, and making progress through the belt system. As you see and feel your body change, you feel better about yourself and how you look, also knowing that you have the ability to defend yourself gives you a sense of calm and power. When you feel good about yourself you walk taller and feel more confident.

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Become your own master with Karate programs for all abilities

Karate is one of the most dynamic of all martial arts. A trained karateka, (karate student) is able to coordinate mind and body perfectly, thereby allowing the unleashing of tremendous physical power at will. All martial arts are certainly fun to do as an exercise and keep your mind off the physical exertion while learning a very important lifesaving skill.

In adulthood, it can be very tough for some to find peers with mutual interests and outlooks. Martial arts is a great place to meet new people. Lifelong friends are made all the time at Dojos, as going through difficult trails such as belt testing can really help create social bonds between friends. In karate, all ability levels are always training together at the same time, so everyone is getting the benefit of the workout and simultaneously increasing their skill level, and while everyone is different, we all have a technique that we are good at, but no one is good at everything. Karate is just Fun.

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Mixed Adults

Monday 7:15-8:15pm

Ladies Only

Tuesday 7:45-8:45pm

Mixed Adults

Wednesday 7:15-8:15pm

Gents Only

Thursday 7:45-8:45pm

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Frequently Asked Questions

You can find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions here, so feel free to send us a message if you do not find what you are looking for.
What do I wear?

All Instructors and students wear the traditional all white uniform which is known as a Gi and the relevant coloured belt.

For new beginners that do not have a Gi (Karate Uniform), we suggest to wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely, so normal sports gear is suggested, but please refrain from wearing items which have obscenities or any other inappropriate words or slogans.

Should I wear shoes?

Not for participating in your Karate class, but please be sure to turn up and leave in a pair!

What happens in Class?

A typical Session involves:

  • A formal Bow-In.
  • Warm up exercises and karate specific stretching.
  • Kihon (Basic Techniques) – Learning and practicing basic techniques, such as punching, kicking, blocking, stance and footwork.
  • Kata (Forms) – referred to as a pattern of movement which stimulates defence against multiple attackers.
  • Kumite (Sparring) – this is taught with control and attitude – and mainly aimed at higher grade students.
  • Bunkai (Application) – the practical application of techniques.

For our younger Members, there is always lots of karate based games and activities to make sure everyone enjoys the sessions.

  • Cool down – Basic stretching – however we sometimes run out of time for this step.
  • A formal Bow-out and a reminder of the Dojo Kun – Rules of karate.
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If you want to learn the ways of Karate, would like to find out more or have a general enquiry, get in touch.
West St, Blaby, Leicester LE8 4GY
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Our Instructors

Bianca Webb
Chief Instructor
Cyra Webb
Cyra Webb
Sam Scott
Kazokudai Karate
07522 015 783
West St, Blaby, Leicester LE8 4GY
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