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kayak

Posted in Uncategorized by livelife7 on May 27, 2010

I was on Youtube the other day and I came across an extreme kayaking video.  It showed people kayaking down huge waterfalls, it was extremely random (as is this post),  and lead me to other videos about kayak diving.   In the video a guy is in a kayak on a diving board and tries to land in the water….  Yeah, it didn’t work out for him and I thought it was kinda funny.  Then, I saw other similar videos.  However, the people in the other videos actually made it.  In fact, they appeared to be competing.  That’s when I realized that kayak diving is actually a real sport.  I realized that there are lots of people out there who kayak dive all the time and I had no idea.  There are so many talents and hobbies out there that I would never know existed.  Anyway, here are some of the videos.

KNMA

Posted in Uncategorized,What's Going On? by livelife7 on May 12, 2010
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Ken Nagayama Martial Arts is a karate school in Burbank and Granada Hills in southern California.  I had the pleasure if attending this school for a year or so when I was around eleven years old.  It was amazing!  Unfortunetly, I had to move before I could get very far in the program.  However, I was still able to get in great shape.  I became flexible, strong, and agile quickly.  Ken Nagayama’s style of mixed martial arts was unique and effective.  I haven’t seen anything else like it.

One thing I remember is attending the “Kick Together, Stick Together” charity tournament hosted by KNMA.  It had different competitions for different levels and ages.  There was also a demonstration given at the end.  I recently found a video from a more recent demonstration (the link is below.)  If you watch the video, make sure you at least watch until the green and red belts come on.  They are much more advanced than the kids at the beggining.  Let me know what you think of it.  If you happen to live near KNMA, I highly recomend it.  It is a great experience for all ages.  You can contact Master Nagayama through the website: www.kennagayama.com.