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1kárate masculinekarate masculine Latin Americabefore noun karate expert — karateka feminine
- He also runs regularly and has taken up two different martial arts - karate and wing chun, a form of tai chi.
- I have a blackbelt in karate, but that doesn't prepare you for all that wire work.
- The women who take karate will be testing for their black belts within the next six months.
- It is a fact that karate, judo, kendo, and iaido are much easier to learn than aikido.
- Karate kicks, karate chops, these impress referees, but they were just added when it became a sport.
- He was already highly skilled in the martial arts, having obtained a black belt in karate.
- She clenched her fists in front of her chest but I was the one with a black belt in karate.
- Chris gained his black belt in both karate and judo almost 25 years ago.
- I teach karate at one of my three martial arts clubs, in Gourock, Greenock and Erskine.
- Abdel practises karate at the Nahadha Sports Club near Baghdad's city centre.
- Even if you are in a contact sport like rugby, boxing or karate, you should know when your body needs a rest.
- She whomps the male agents in the gym in karate and judo workouts and packs a mean punch.
- Then she hired a fourth degree black belt in karate and did martial arts training.
- Most of us in karate or other martial arts were taught to form a basic closed fist.
- First we did judo and karate, then Zacarias played handball and I played basketball.
- It gives me a chance to bring back all the fond memories I have of my karate training days.
- The karate practitioners spar with each other while kick boxers flex and twist their limbs.
- He spent nearly a year studying kendo, karate and other Japanese martial arts.
- Samantha has trained in karate and helps to teach other youngsters the martial art.
- Her black belt from karate was the only thing that would give her ability to fight away.
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