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Training times

Karate at TuS Bröckel

Karate for children is a valuable contribution to the formation of the personality. Karate is not a racket sport, on the contrary: respect and esteem for the training partner are important components of karate. In karate, the focus is on promoting and developing the personality of each individual child. Each child progresses at their own pace.

Who can participate?
The children's training is for all girls and boys who are 6 to 14 years old and of course right
and left can distinguish. The training for children over the age of 14 is the adult training.


What do you need for your first karate training?
For the first karate training, loose sportswear (sports pants and T-shirt) is sufficient.
The training always takes place barefoot.

In Shotokan karate, the kids learn:
• Know and assess your own strength and strength better
• how to manage to be left alone by others
• React strong and cool when annoyed
• to recognize when it becomes threatening and to react correctly
• simple but effective self-defense and liberation techniques

Beginners course (children):
Tuesday 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Advanced (beginner adults):
Tuesday 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Entry into the ongoing training is possible at any time (not during the holidays)!

Contact by email at [email protected]