Practicing classical Japanese karate in a safe and collegial setting.



Commitment

Are you the chicken or are you the pig?

I will be the first to admit that there is life outside the dojo. I would expect that any self-respecting karateka would be able to set and maintain priorities. Duties revolving around family, school, work, health, should not be neglected. But karate is a harsh mistress… involvement in the art can only carry you so far – advancing beyond the simple punching, blocking, and kicking requires commitment. Tennis star Martina Navratilova said "The difference between involvement and commitment is like ham and eggs. The chicken is involved; the pig is committed."

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Top 10

Top 10 Reasons to join the Charles Fink Karate Dojo

Reason #10: Learn new skills and challenge yourself

  • Karate is unlike any common North-Ameri...

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  • Fees / Duties

    The Charles Fink Karate Dojo aims to keep fees low but it is not a charity. Sensei gladly gives his time and effort to bring his skill and expertise to the community. Students should support him in any way they can. Paying fees on time is certainly a good place to start but it is not about the money. Students should consider giving back to the dojo in a meaningful way.

    In order for a dojo to operate properly, cert...

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