MIT Shotokan Karate Sign-Up

Please fill this form out if you are interested in practicing with the club over the summer whether you are a new or a returning student so that we know how many students to expect.

In June 2013 we will be holding three special Shotokan Karate courses, followed by regular training for July and August. Classes will be MWF from 5:15-7pm in the DuPont T-Club Lounge.

First, our unique "Shotokan through Yellow Belt" course, an intensive course designed to introduce new students to Shotokan Karate to the level of yellow belt in one month. The course syllabus can be found at:

http://web.mit.edu/shotokan/www/shotokansyllabus.pdf

The course is $45, with the first week free as a trial, and will include a free uniform, tournament quality sparring gear, our club T-shirt, and our reference textbook Kudensho.

In parallel with "Shotokan through Yellow Belt", the club will be having two more courses.

"Shotokan through Green Belt" will be running for the second time and will cover forms up through green belt as well as intermediate level sparring techniques such as sweeps and introductory sen no sen training. Typically students first complete "Shotokan through Yellow Belt", but students with prior experience in Shotokan or a similar martial art are welcome to sign up. We will also for the first time be offering "Thinking like a Brown Belt", a course for intermediate students to introduce advanced techniques such as sparring strategy, advanced kata, and introductory teaching techniques.

The two intermediate courses are free for everyone up to date on club dues of $30/semester.

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Note: You must be an MIT Affiliate to participate in Club Sports.

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