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Homs police seeks to include the Kyokushinkai family of martial arts

2021-03-03T12:17:12.044Z

Homs-SANA The Homs Police Club seeks to expand its sports base, especially with the martial arts that have proven a player



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The Homs Police Club seeks to expand the base of its sports games, especially in martial arts, whose players have proven to be distinguished in the local tournaments.

The president of the club, Abd al-Hadi Bhasik, said in a statement to the SANA sports correspondent: “Work is underway to develop all the sports of the club, especially martial arts games, by attracting the largest possible number of players of different age groups, in addition to the inclusion and activation of new martial arts sports such as Kyokushinkai.” Pointing to The Police Club was distinguished in those sports and its endeavor to develop Kyokushinkai as one of the most important fighting games, as it is one of the karate schools.

Bhasik added that in the context of expanding the practice of Kyokushinkai, all the requirements for the success of this sport are provided by providing gyms, tools and necessary equipment.

In turn, the club's Kyokushinkai coach, Wael Abdel Aziz, indicated that the number of Kyokushinkai players in the club has reached 25 so far, and we are seeking to increase the number and we are working to expand the base of its practitioners while working to prepare a team to participate in the upcoming tournaments indicating that this sport is one of the most important and famous karate methods and the fastest spreading in the world It is classified within the martial arts because it needs difficult and harsh training in addition to what it needs from high tactics, speed and accuracy in performance.

Kyokushinkai belts are white, orange, blue, yellow, green, brown and black from Dan One to Ten D.

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Source: sena

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