Kp is More than a gym-it’s about bonding with others and developing friendships that will last a life time!

My name is Brad Foster the president of the Kamikaze Punishment Foundation.

In my mid 20’s I personally was sidelined with a rare illness masking the effects of MS. I spent 2 years recovering from a rare neurological diseases caused by an infection in by spinal fluid attacking my brain. With having experienced all the symptoms an MS patient may go through such as blurred or double vision, thinking problems, clumsiness or a lack of coordination, loss of balance, numbness, tremors, and weakness I hold that charity close to my heart. My family supported me in my time of need and we literally tried everything you can imagine to help me heal up properly to continue my life, as I am truly blessed for a 2nd chance at the game of life and will not take it for granted. With time I was able to recover but knowing how difficult it can be living with MS on the regular motivated me even more to spread the word of living a healthy life style and simple being a good role model in society as team work makes the dream work!

We enjoy working with many great associations in the local area and take pride in making it a positive experience for all. It is our mandate to make sure everyone that steps through our front door is giving the up most care and attention.

We want to ensure that KP is the highlight of your day and something you look forward to every signal day!
-Kamikaze

Amateur Combative Sports & Fitness Training Center; 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.

KP is more than just a gym it’s about bonding with others and developing friendships that will last a life time. The KP team isn’t built on any one person it’s a combination of everyone’s efforts/contributions which makes up an atmosphere and support system unlike with anything seen to date. That is why we are we are so proud of the accomplishments within the Kamikaze Punishment Foundation to date and very excited for what we can accomplish in the future. You can learn a lot about life growing up inside a gym and the benefits will tremendously affect your life in such a positive you can’t even describe with words. The best feeling in the world is empowering others to do better as you seeing them grow and evolve into respectful contributing people in society. Nothing beats seeing an athlete you trained and help develop transition to the boardroom and absolutely crush it in life, that’s success.
Kamikaze.

Kamikaze Punishment Foundation Mission Statement

Kamikaze Punishment Foundation facility is open to the general public our programs are offered for ages 5 years old and up. We are willing to work with all income levels to give the every youth access to participate in 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. Majority of our volunteers, donate their time and effort in order to subside their monthly registration fee. Kamikaze Punishment Foundation develops its students to reach their full potential through self-discipline, confidence, fitness, and sportsmanship. Our certified NCCP coaching staff presents the highest quality programs is a safe manor.

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

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

Kamikaze Punishment Foundation's Principles

- To promote healthy living as a lifelong interest amateur sports of boxing, wrestling, taekwondo and judo.

- Make amateur sports of boxing, wrestling, taekwondo, and judo available for families at all income levels and work with anyone’s budget so all youths can participate in our programs offered.

-Create a fun alternative for youth fitness with amateur sports of boxing, wrestling, taekwondo, and judo programs.

-Offer youth programs for the community to participate in and reach their personal goals.

-Engage the youth in our community to train in our facility and maintain 80% of our membership below the age of 21.

-To develop recreational fitness opportunities for the community.

-To develop high performance athletes in amateur sports of boxing, wrestling, taekwondo, and judo.

-To achieve financial self-sufficiency as a non for profit society.

-To increase the number of participants in the efficient administration of the amateur sports of boxing, wrestling, taekwondo, and judo.

-To increase the number of participants in the amateur sports of boxing, wrestling, taekwondo, and judo.

-To promote greater public awareness of the health benefits of boxing, wrestling, kickboxing, taekwondo, judo, and jujitsu programs.

-To develop and maintain qualified coaches in accordance with the NCCP for amateur sports of boxing, wrestling, taekwondo, and judo.

-To raise the technical level of amateur sports athletes with our programs of boxing, wrestling taekwondo, and judo.

-To increase female participation in amateur sports of boxing, wrestling, taekwondo, and judo.

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