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Here at the Kamikaze Punishment Foundation, we are an open and friendly community and we welcome anyone regardless of background or fitness level. We are dedicated to mentoring, guiding, and inspiring young individuals to make the most of themselves and their abilities, live a healthy lifestyle and lead fulfilling and rewarding lives.

Based in Edmonton , AB, the Kamikaze Punishment Foundation aims to nurture and promote an understanding and awareness of youth martial arts such as amateur wrestling, amateur boxing, and Taekwondo. Through positive public relations, relevant information/education, and credible instructors we aim to promote the youth of today to make the most of themselves, physically as well as mentally. At the Kamikaze Punishment Foundation, we follow a philosophy to practice humility, integrity, courtesy and self-control, inside and outside the dojo. We pass these beliefs onto our students, enabling them to participate in local, national, and international competitions to the absolute best of their ability. 

Our dedicated coaching staff strives to help our athletes develop their full potential. Our roles vary from personal educator and motivator all the way to a friend, supporter, or shoulder to cry on. Whatever the individual case or requirement may be, our motivated coaching team work with our students each and every step of the way, through any hardship they may face. We analyze each athlete's abilities, strengths, and weaknesses and work to achieve individual improvements, and create an effective training schedule for optimum results as well as to motivate and build character each and every day. 

The Kamikaze Punishment Foundation aims to provide empower youth, and teach them how to tackle any situation that they may face. Maintaining the philosophy of integrity, courtesy, humility, and self-control is an asset to the youth of today, guiding each and every step of the way through their adulthood. 

"Youth empowerment is giving young people the opportunity to develop the ability they need to become people who can influence their communities positively."

non-profit community-based organizations like the Kamikaze Punishment Foundation offer programs centered on youth empowerment

Amateur Combative Sports & Fitness Training Center; It is the purpose of Kamikaze Punishment Foundation is to promote and foster the development of youth in amateur boxing, amateur wrestling, and taekwondo in Edmonton. With the use of information, education, positive relations, leadership and creditable instruction to promote the youth combat sports. 

Kamikaze Punishment Foundation Mission Statement

Kamikaze Punishment Foundation facility is open to the general public and our programs are offered for ages 5 years old and up. We are willing to work with all income levels to give every youth access to our amateur sports programs. We keep our costs low and work with families to ensure that everyone has an opportunity to take part in our programs. 

No one is ever turned away from our facility. If our costs are not within the family budget we work out a fee that is fair and affordable to both sides. Kamikaze Punishment Foundation helps students reach their full potential through self-discipline, confidence, fitness, and sportsmanship. Our certified NCCP coaching staff presents the highest quality programs. 

Our registration fees are kept below the industry standards as we offset operating cost with team building fundraisers in the community. We promise to never turn anyone away from training in our facility that is ready to learn and brings a positive attitude.

"Engage & empower the youth in our community to train in our facility and maintain 80%+ of our membership below the age of 21"
 

Empowerment is constantly challenging oneself with something difficult that tests his power of nerve, knack, skill, aptitude, attitude, and wisdom to do things diligently, but differently.

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*Empowering others makes the world a better place*