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„OPEN TÂRGOVIȘTE – International Karate Tournament” PDF Imprimare Email
Joi, 18 Iulie 2019 11:07
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Clubul dumneavoastră este invitat să participe la competiția „OPEN TÂRGOVIȘTE – International Karate Tournament”, pentru copii, minicadeți, cadeți, juniori, U21, seniori si veterani, concurs care se va desfășura la Sala Polivalentă din Municipiul Târgoviște.

Această competiție se organizează cu ocazia Zilei Municipiului Târgoviște.

Noi, organizatorii, acestei competiții, dorim mult succes tuturor sportivilor participanți, iar antrenorilor și șefilor de club le mulțumim anticipat pentru participare.

Cu respect,           
Prof. Daniel MUNTEANU 
Presedinte Comisia de Organizare
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2019 WBJJA World Gi Championship PDF Imprimare Email
Marţi, 25 Iunie 2019 17:46
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   Greetings and welcome to our event in Bucharest, Romania! The tournament is open to all nations.

    After WBJJA European Championship ( Only for European citizens) event succes we anouce the first WBJJA WORLD BRAZILIAN JIU-JITSU CHAMPIONSHIP.This is a two-day event, scheduled for the 28th -29th of September 2019, divided as follows:Children: September 27thAdults: September 28thThe doors are open starting 08:00 AM and the event begins at 9:30 AM.Registration it's open via smoothcomp platform here:


This championship is organized by the World Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Association in collaboration with AGON SPORTS CLUB ASSOCIATION.

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Karate Do as a Martial Art: War or Peace? PDF Imprimare Email
Duminică, 16 Iunie 2019 17:48

            The Origin of Karate Do as Martial Art

             Back in the days, martial arts prepared warriors for hand-to-hand combat. Self-protection was paramount. In such a system was little room for art, spiritualism, moral, ethical formalism, and the pursuit of mental and physical perfection. Martial arts were perceived as “arts of war” that were based on the logic of “kill or be killed”.

                Karate Do: A Martial Art?

            Karate Do is also a martial art. But can we say it is an art of war? No. But that has not always been the case. Until the 1980´s, training focused on toughness. Masters during that time were less aesthetic, less athletic, less explosive than they are today. On the other hand, they were very strong and trained like that.


The stories about that period are numerous. My father (VII Dan, class ’53) told me:

“The training sessions in the 70´s were characterized by strong physical training. The conditioning of the body included an indefinite number of flexions on the arms and abdominal bending. Followed by hundreds of repetitions of basic techniques. I remember having performed the first kata with a training partner on my shoulders, I performed the positions and he the techniques of arms . When Master Hiroshi Shirai arrived on Sardinia, it was a great honor for us despite the hardness of the training and the inflexibility towards the smallest mistake”.

In the first years of Karate development in Europe, students were all adults. Being all big and strong they had no problems with hard training sessions like in Japan. Thus, the numbers of athletes grew very fast and reached 150.000 Karateka during the ’70s that.

The Change of Karate Do during the 1980´s

The euphoria of the early years, however, slowly faded away. The reason for the decrease was that Westerners understood Karate Do as a sport and a sort of workout. For the most Karateka rigors training sessions like in Japan were just too tough.

Marco Sanna During Karate Practice
                Marco Sanna during Karate Practice
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World Judgement Day Cup PDF Imprimare Email
Joi, 13 Iunie 2019 12:03
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     FRFK President Mr. Adrian Dejanu (Romanian Federation of Freestyle Kickboxing)     Dear coaches, instructors and athletes,     I have the privilege to welcome you to Romania on 13th and 15th of September 2019, for JUDGEMENT DAY World Cup. The Organizing Committee is making its maximum effort to ensure all requirement for a quality and successful competition, hoping that you will spend a quality time in Targoviste and that you enjoy this tournament!I wish all the athletes good luck and I am sure that this World Cup will be for all of us a chance for new friendships and unforgettable memories. Thank you in advance for your support. See you soon!Bucharest Youth Foundation - President Mr. Ticu Plăcintă
   I have the pleasure to invite you on the 13th and 15th of September 2019 to the JUDGEMENT DAY World Cup, XIV edition, in Bucharest, where Bucharest Youth Foundation is co-organizer.GENERAL RULES & OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION• WHEN TO COME


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