UWF Shotokan Karate Club

The Shotokan Karate Club offers a traditional Japanese style of martial arts. Shotokan Karate skills including kata (forms), kumite (sparring) and kihon (basic fundamentals) are taught.


Shotokan Karate Club

The Shotokan Karate club at the University of West Florida is a traditional Japanese style of martial art. It is perfect for those of all ages increasing flexibility, endurance, skill, the development of the inner self and mental discipline and is an excellent form of self-defense. It is also steeped in Japanese tradition and language.

Shotokan Karate at UWF is a member of the Japan Karate Association (JKA), the largest and most respected karate organization in the world; and SAKA (South Atlantic Karate Association) which includes the southeastern region of the United States, the Caribbean, Jamaica, and South America. These affiliations offer the highest standards in instruction, as well as a variety of special clinics, camps and training, and tournaments, on an international, national, and regional basis.

We train hard and live by simple rules of etiquette called Dojo Kun:

Seek perfection of character

Be faithful

Endeavor

Respect others

Refrain from violent behavior

Come and join the fun and excitement of Shotokan Karate today.

 

Practice Schedule
Tuesday 5pm-6:15pm Teaching Gym
Thursday 7:15pm-8:30pm Teaching Gym
Saturday 10am-12pm Green Studio

Contact Info

President
Brandon Hampton
beh17@students.uwf.edu

Competitive Sports Graduate Assistant
sportclubs@uwf.edu
(850) 474-2521

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