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Karate originated in Okinawa, Japan and is one of the most respected martial arts globally. It is a form of self-defence that uses kicking, punching, locking and throwing techniques to overcome an opponent. Karate also emphasizes mental and physical discipline, with practitioners striving to develop inner strength and focus.

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Karate at Kombat Hall, Sector 46

Looking to transform your fitness and gain valuable Karate skills? Look no further than Kombat Hall!
Here's what sets us apart:

1. Best in Class Facility: Train in a safe and supportive environment, perfect for both kids and adults.
2. Best experienced instructors: we will guide you through every step of your Karate journey, helping you master the art while achieving your fitness goals.
3. Skill for Life: Learn practical self-defense techniques that boost confidence and empower you to handle any situation.
4. Fun & Rewarding: Experience the thrill of martial arts in a motivating and engaging atmosphere.
5. Join the Community: Become part of Kombat Hall's vibrant community of fitness enthusiasts and fellow Karate students.

The 3 'K' of Karate

Karate is a martial art composed of three main components: Kumite, Kata, and Kihon. These three K's form the foundation of Karate training and are essential for any student who wishes to become proficient in this ancient art. 
 

  • Kumite is a form of sparring and is the most dynamic aspect of Karate. It involves engaging in combat with an opponent while adhering to rules and regulations. Kumite allows students to develop their reflexes, timing, footwork, and ability to anticipate and react to their opponent's movements.
     

  • Kata is a set of pre-arranged movements that simulate a fight against imaginary opponents. It allows students to practice techniques and combinations in a structured environment. Kata trains the mind and body to move in a coordinated and efficient manner and helps students understand Karate's principles.
     

  • Kihon is the fundamentals of Karate, including punches, kicks, blocks, and stances. It is the foundation of all Karate techniques. Kihon training helps students develop strength, flexibility, and stamina, as well as a deep understanding of the mechanics of Karate.

By mastering the K's of Karate- Kumite, Kata, and Kihon- students can develop a well-rounded and effective martial arts practice that will serve them well in and out of the Dojo.

The Sanshinkan Legacy.

Kombat Hall is an initative of Sanshinkan and follows the legacy of Sanshinkan International. 

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  • Is Karate Indian or Chinese?
    Karate has its roots in Okinawa Islands, Japan. A lot of influence came from the Chinese martial arts which in turn was influenced by the work of Bodhidharma who went from India. Thus, while Karate has its origin in Japan, it has influences from China and further from India. Read more on history of Karate here: https://www.kombathall.com/post/the-origin-of-karate-part-1
  • What is the meaning of the word 'Karate"?
    Karate literally means empty (Kara) hand (Te). Often Karate is mentioned as Karate-Do. Thus, it translates to the way of empty hand. There is a deeper meaning to the word Kara-Te and it has its origins in Chinese martial arts. Read more here: https://www.kombathall.com/post/the-origin-of-karate-part-1
  • How many belts are there in Karate?
    At Kombat Hall we follow the traditional Sanshinkan Shitoryu Karate-Do. The belt structure is as follows: White, Yellow, Orange, Green, Blue, Brown-III, Brown-II, Brown-I and Black Read more about the syllabus here: https://www.kombathall.com/syllabus
  • Is Karate a Sport?
    Sports is a tiny friction of the entire Karate-Do as an art. Karate is a lifetime practice and includes several techniques which are forbidden in sports. Sports Karate has several forms which include semi-contact Karate and full contact karate. Karate practitioners often also participate in Kickboxing and MMA events globally.
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