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“OSU” IS VERY IMPORTANT IN KYOKUSHINKAI KARATE.
“OSU” SIGNIFIES PATIENCE, RESPECT AND APPRECIATION.


    • In order to develop a strong body and strong spirit it is necessary to undergo rigorous training. This is very demanding, because you must push yourself to what you believe to be your limit, and you want to stop, to give up. When you reach this point you must fight yourself and your weakness and say OSU!
      To do this you must learn to be persevere, but above all you must learn to be patient.
    • This is patience of OSU!



    • The reason you subject yourself to hard training is because you care about yourself, and to care about yourself is to respect yourself. This self respect evolves and expands to become re- spect for your instructor and fellow students. When you enter the dojo you bow and say OSU! This means you respect your dojo and the time you spend training there.
    • This is respect of OSU!



    • During training you push yourself as hard as possible because you respect yourself. When you finish, you bow to your instructor and fellow students and say OSU! once more.
    • This is appreciation of OSU!

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