Sanjit Mandal 
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Re: “Hit Me with Your Best Shot

Yes, an effective technique is screaming to the top of your lungs, and then running as fast as you can (if you are able to, if not the scream will work wonders).

Karate trains the mind, body, and spirit. Training the spirit teaches one to remain clam, think clearly in most situations. One thing I was taught when I was younger because I never hit anyone was to hit to never hit. Training in the dojo is to understand your body, gain information about what the body can and cannot do, and to understand the damage it can do, to respect the techniques, and the people...

Karate begins and end with respect. Train you body, mind, and spirit. Never give up. Keep trying. Try your best to improve who you were yesterday. This is karatedo. :)

A traditional martial art isn't about maliciously hitting someone, it is about not hitting them, instead, thinking, adapting to the situation - it is a way of life!

Check out the new school in Pleasanton: http://www.trivalleykarate.com for more information on karate. Also, it is a way to train for the unexpected, you never know when you, a friend, your family's life will be threatened.

Posted by Sanjit Mandal on 12/12/2012 at 4:13 PM

Re: “Best Kids Karate Instructor

Pat Morita was a great guy for the Karate Kid series, I have the first two on Blu-Ray. The name Mr. Miyagi is one of the founders of Goju Ryu. A new Pleasanton karate school (http://www.trivalleykarate.com) is opening up in January 2013; it will have much of the same spirit of karate Mr. Miyagi embraced in the movies. We will strive to maintain the highest principles of karatedo.

Karate begins and end with respect. Train you body, mind, and spirit. Never give up. Keep trying. Try your best to improve who you were yesterday. This is karatedo. :)

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Posted by Sanjit Mandal on 12/12/2012 at 4:05 PM

Re: “Martial Arts Class Guide

How can I have my school listed on this page of site?
I am a pleasanton traditional martial arts school, not for profit.
www.trivalleykarate.com

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Posted by Sanjit Mandal on 12/10/2012 at 2:42 PM

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