Kamikaze Punishment Foundation at the MS Society of Canada- AB & NWT Division Drive fore a cure 2019! The First Truck MS Drive Fore a Cure is the MS Society’s annual charity golf tournament in the Edmonton area. The double shot gun tournament in the past has sold out with 144 golfers and raised $180,000. With the expanded capacity at the new location at the Quarry, the tournament can now have 220 players and potentially will raise more than $200,000.
Progression of a martial artist requires one to be challenged
Each of our athletes and competitors are dedicated to their discipline and have elected to showcase their skills in competition. The Kamikaze Punishment competition team athletes all have a well-rounded set of skills they bring to the table every time they compete. Kamikaze Punishment competition team believes in building each athlete into a complete martial artist so they can dominate their opponent, no matter where the match goes. The team focuses on the specific skills needed to be successful in the competition, which is primarily built by creating a team atmosphere. A heavy emphasis is placed on conditioning to be successful at any sport and martial arts is no different so we engage the team in group circuit training to elevate their game to the next level. Team members dedicate themselves to improving their personal skills as well as those they train with on a daily basis being a positive ambassador of the sport they compete in.
“Individual commitment to a group effort: That is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work.” -- Vince Lombardi
Official Kamikaze Punishment Foundation Team Gear On Sale Now!
Samples for sizing will be available at the gym’s front desk.
Orders will be paid for in advance as we are placing a group order based on actual order numbers.
Simply place your order quantity and payment by emailing K.P.F@Mail.com, order forms will be also available at the gym shortly.
Date to get orders in by the deadline of Dec 30 2018.
Kamikaze Punishment Foundation
Kamikaze Punishment Foundation Mission Statement
It is the purpose of Kamikaze Punishment Foundation is to promote and foster the development of the sports of youth amateur boxing, amateur wrestling, kodokan judo, and taekwondo in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. With the use of information, education, positive public relations, leadership and creditable instruction to promote the youth combat sports.
ON MARCH 3, 2018 WE WILL BE HOLDING ONE OF OUR BIGGEST FUNDRAISERS OF THE YEAR – A PUB NIGHT THAT INCLUDES A LARGE SILENT AUCTION. THIS YEAR’S EVENT IS BEING HELD AT THE FAMOUS THE CANADIAN BREWHOUSE EDMONTON. ALL FUNDS RECEIVED FROM THIS EVENT GO DIRECTLY TOWARDS ENHANCING OUR CHILDREN/YOUTH PROGRAMS FOR THE UPCOMING YEAR.
Get Involved Now-Be a Buddy not a Bully 4th Annual Children Fundraiser 2018 #Youth-empowermentKamikaze Punishment Foundation is a non for profit foundation located in Edmonton. Kamikaze Punishment Foundation operates a fully functional facility focusing on the art of wrestling, judo, boxing and TKD which is used daily for the development of our amateur athletes, as well recreational members of our community. Kamikaze Punishment is more than a gym, its a way of life. Our goal is for everyone to enjoy and incorporate all aspects of martial arts techniques to build a better body with a healthy physique. No matter what your skill level is you can always improve within the positive atmosphere of Kamikaze Punishment. If you are a beginner who is new to the sport or a veteran of the game, respect and positive energy is held above all else. Martial arts for fitness or sport, whatever your needs are we will support you to get there safely. Our classes start at the age of 5 years old and up, men, women, children and all ages in between take part in our facility.
KAMIKAZE PUNISHMENT FOUNDATION VISIONS & GOALS IN OUR COMMUNITY
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 as adults.
Based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, The Kamikaze Punishment Foundation nurture and promote an understanding and awareness of youth martial arts such as amateur wrestling, Kodokan judo, amateur boxing, and Taekwondo. Through the use of positive public relations, relevant information and education as well as credible instructors who show strong leadership, 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, these strong beliefs are passed 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 hard to help our athletes develop their full potential. Our role may vary from personal educator and motivator all the way through to a friend, supporter, or shoulder to cry on. Whatever the individual case or requirement may be, our highly motivated coaching team will work with our students each and every step of the way through any hardship they may face. We will analyze each athlete's abilities, strengths, and weaknesses and work with them to achieve individual improvements, create an effective training schedule for optimum results as well as to motivate and character build each and every day.
The Kamikaze Punishment Foundation aim to provide youth with the empowerment to tackle any situation that they may face throughout their adult lives with the use of martial arts. Maintaining the philosophy of integrity, courtesy, humility, and self-control will be an asset to the youth of today that they can take with them each and every step of the way through their adulthood.
KAMIKAZE PUNISHMENT FOUNDATION COACHES ASSIST ATHLETES IN DEVELOPING TO THEIR FULL POTENTIAL. THEY ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR TRAINING ATHLETES IN A SPORT BY ANALYZING THEIR PERFORMANCES, INSTRUCTING IN RELEVANT SKILLS AND BY PROVIDING ENCOURAGEMENT. BUT YOU ARE ALSO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE GUIDANCE OF THE ATHLETE IN LIFE AND THEIR CHOSEN SPORT.
KAMIKAZE PUNISHMENT FOUNDATION INSTRUCTORS OATH
QUALITY OVER DELIVERING ALWAYS.
INNOVATION THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX.
PRESTIGE CONFIDENCE BUILDING.
INTEGRITY FAIR AND TRUTHFUL.
INNOVATION THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX.
TEAMWORK DECISIONS MADE TOGETHER.
EXCELLENCE STRIVE FOR THE SKY.
RESPECT TREAT OTHERS HOW YOU WANT TO BE TREATED.
ACCOUNTABILITY OWN YOUR ACTIONS.
It is like martial arts to instill self-discipline across all trainees. Note that when these trainees work hard and exercise a high degree of patience, it is likely that they might be able to secure the black belt. It is usually a result of extreme training aimed at achieving top marksmanship in martial arts.
-We train together, improve together, and win together-Thank you sponsors-
"Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision, the ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results." -- Andrew Carnegie
Kamikaze Punishment Foundation Members Appreciation BBQ at Rundle Park on Sunday September 10 2017. Located in the northeast part of the river valley, the park features large, open fields, man-made lakes, multi-use trails, a variety of amenities, sports and recreation facilities.
Features & Amenities
Beach volleyball court on a first-come, first-served basis
Walking and cycling trails
Soccer and football fields
Multiple paved parking lots
On site washrooms located in the ACT centre (open year round)
Our warm and welcome family at The Kamikaze Punishment Foundation, are also very active in our local community #YEGProud.
At The Kamikaze Punishment Foundation, we pride ourselves on providing a safe, friendly and positive atmosphere for the youth of today. We specialize in offering programs aimed directly at youth empowerment giving our students the ability to grow into mature, responsible and well-balanced individuals. We believe that today's youth are the leaders of tomorrow, and should grow up believing in themselves and their own sense of ability and worth.
Studies have shown that children involved in physical activities:
Score highly in their tests in school.
Have a lifetime of healthy behaviors
Attend school classes and are more engaged in devolving new skills.
Participate more in school activities
Are actively involved in meaningful extra-curricular activities
When your child enrolls for a martial arts class, your child will learn how to take a hit. The hit can be either a physical blow or a disappointment just like losing a match. There are many hits that we need to take in life. The most important thing is learning how to handle a hit and move on. However, this aspect may be lost when children are made to feel as if life is all about wining trophies. In martial arts, your child will understand how it feels like to be hit and how to respond when they are hit.
The importance of fundraising and the way it brings the community together as one #everyone #matters #yeg
Fundraising is a very important activity for many people. It not only helps in gathering resources needed for a program, but it also has benefits that go well beyond the main goal of fundraising.
We came up with the Buddy Board. The concept of the buddy board is promoting positive behaviours, and to lead by example. We challenge the children to do one nice thing a day for someone else. The nice gesture can be for anyone, as long as they have made someone else’s day a little bit better because of their act of kindness. The goal is so that we have our little chats with the children each day, we want to hear about how they’ve helped someone, not about how they got into trouble.