No offense to Ralph Macchio, but he ain't the Karate Kid. - Barney, How I Met Your Mother, the Bro Mitzvah, S8 E22
Now I try to avoid situations from the past that may threaten me. How do you do that? I go through life like a Karate Kid. - Britney Spears, MTV's Britney: for the record. 2008
Sep 19, 2017
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With scenario based training, you'll practice and role play a multitude of attack situations. Whether a person is coming at you in an alley with a knife, grabbing you as you enter your vehicle, harassing you in the elevator, you will gain the strength, power and wisdom to defend yourself.
You'll enjoy a fun, safe and exciting environment ... a variety of forms, exercises and training drills, to condition and strengthen your body from head to toe.
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Sep 17, 2017
(by Lauren Kern nytimes.com 11-17-06)
Named for ninjas equipped with superhuman capabilities, Ten Shimoyama’s “Shinobi” is equal parts tragic love story and fantastical martial arts showcase.
The year is 1614, and a ban on war between two Japanese clans — the Igas and the Kougas — that has been honored for nearly 400 years is lifted by the dubiously intentioned Shogun. He calls for five of the most gifted fighters from each side to battle one another, claiming that the last man (or woman) standing will become his successor.
Oboro and Gennosuke, promising young heirs who have been carrying on a secret, forbidden romance, are appointed leaders of opposing teams — a twist of fate that would have been significantly more dramatic had their previous interactions generated any electricity beyond their ethereally radiant good looks.
The film’s mountain and forest locations are also stunning, and the fight sequences rousing and expertly staged, if heavy on the computer-generated imagery.
During one of the more memorable showdowns, Oboro draws on her signature power — a potentially deadly stare referred to as “piercing eyes” — and we see the gaseous emission travel through her rival’s insides.
If only the film had offered even a fraction of that kind of beneath-the-exterior access to the characters’ bodies and souls. But despite a wealth of magical and visual splendor, the film’s obtrusive resemblance to a video game, in appearance and (lack of) emotion, cannot be easily glossed over.
Sep 15, 2017
Karate is a great way for young and old to challenge themselves physically and emotionally. Regardless of whether you want to become a competitive athlete, learn self-defense techniques or simply become more physically fit, we provide a structure for all students to achieve their goals not only in Kenpo but in life! Come try a class today!
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