Congratulations to all RS Karate competitors with great performance!!!
Sensei Roman Saltikov. (RS Karate)
This topic will help to set the proper mind frame for the best performance on the day of the competitions.
First rule-deal with it! If something is bothering you then replay the correct procedure in your mind, establish your priority, and take care of business. For example: if you have in your mind that you failed to perform properly at scoring the technique required, then replay right away in your mind the successful performance(2-3 times).
Roman Saltikov. (RS Karate)
1.Tal Bratkov (14-15 girls-54kg)
2.Anissa Laribi (14-15 girls+54kg)
3.Artyom Muradyan (14-15 boys -52kg)
4.Artyom Alekseev (14-15 boys-52kg)
5.Roman Mityaev (14-15 boys-57kg)
6.Mike Konnov (14-15 boys+70kg)
7.Regina Lvov (16-17 girls-48kg)
8.Michal Pokrass (16-17 girls-53kg)
9.Samantha Krystantos (16-17 girls-59kg)
10.Andrej Holly (16-17 boys-61kg)
11.Vadim Semenikhine (16-17 boys-68kg)
12.Daniel Gaysinsky (16-17 boys-76kg)
13.Tina Sharifi (adults women-61kg)
14.Denis Adigamov (adults -75kg)
15.Kirill Bazhenov (adults-84kg)
Special congratulations to our friends from Global:
Leivin Chung (adults-60kg)
Leirick Chung (adults-67kg)
Congratulations! Good luck at Nationals!!!
My daughter used to practice karate recreationally and was lacking
motivation. I decided to switch her karate schools, and chose R. S. Karate because of the excellent trainer and recommendation from a close friend.
My daughter was able to hone her skills and develop as a competitive athlete. Thanks to Roman Saltikov, she is now a member of the Ontario karate team.