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OKP#19 - July Events on Okinawa, Life Protection Is Not A Team Sport, Top 10 Tips Creation

Season 1, Ep. 19

Hey there OKP listeners, As always, thank you for tuning it. It is June 30, 2019 and in this episode I talk about some upcoming events in July that are taking place at the Okinawa Karate Kaikan (some great seminars and two very important anniversaries) and I will share my thoughts on training outside the dojo with the help of a very cool blog post from a man named Adam Cave.

Lastly I ask you the listeners for some help creating a Top 10 Tips List for visitors to Okinawa.


Send those tips to me here: josh@okinawakaratepodcast.com or a PM on Facebook or a DM on twitter.


Links for this show:

Adam Cave's blog Solo Keiko can be found here: https://solokeiko.com/introduction/


The link for the amazing Okinawa Karate Information Center can be found here: http://okic.okinawa/en/


Thank you once again for your support of the Okinawa Karate Podcast.

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