KARATE FOR KIDS Easy Instruction and EXERCISE Features the hit music video “Potential!” “Karate For Kids: Easy Instruction and Exercise” is the first in a series of “Karate For Kids” videos from Bright Ideas Productions. With humor and charm, Karate Instructor Ted Nordblum takes the kids through a 30-minute work-out teaching basic Karate stretches and techniques. The sport focuses on self improvement rather than competition, and is a great tool for promoting self-esteem. Health, fitness and positive values are emphasized in this production. Sixth-degree black belt Roger Lacombe lent his 18 years of experience teaching Karate to children to “Karate For Kids” to help develop a program that is educational as well as entertaining. Hip, upbeat music adds to the fast-paced fun. Produced by Lisa Marie Nelson, creator of the Award-Winning “Positive Music For Today’s Kids!” series, “Karate For Kids” is filled with energy and excitement! approved by California Youth Karate Organization Karate for kids – is a great introduction to karate. This tape motivates kids and encourages positive thinking .” – Kenn Firestone, Four time International Karate Winner, ranked top five in the country. AWARD WINNER –Parents’ Choice Honors “Outstanding Children’s Educational Video” – Youth in Film Award 1992, VHS Hi-Fi Stereo(Color) Total running time 34 minutes
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