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40th Annual World Sabaki Challenge

No pads, no gloves, World Sabaki Challenge
insert_invitation Sat, Apr 13, 2019 12:00 PM (MDT)
location_on Manual High School, Denver, Colorado
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Denver, Colorado 80205
 Sabaki is a Japanese word meaning channel power efficiently. It can refer to the effort of taming horse or damming a river. In martial arts it means the natural way to use an opponent’s power and momentum against him, regardless of size.   For 40 years, the Sabaki Challenge has provided a place for martial artists to follow their beliefs in the hard training they endure. It allows them to see something in themselves, that might have been hidden if it was just a belief alone. It is a process of self-development and evolution; polishing oneself and techniques, finding what works and what doesn’t; realizing the real opponent is oneself. In this way, great respect is shown to the opponent each fighter faces on the mat. The event is a modern full contact stand up challenge in the tradition of timeless warrior code the whole family can enjoy.
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Manual High School
1700 E. 28th Ave
Denver, Colorado 80205