Dear Karate Nerd,
Are you ready for the world’s #1 Karate camp?
For the 6th year in a row, I’m organizing my annual KNX seminar.
Last year’s camp was in Okinawa – the birthplace of Karate.
This year’s camp is in Sweden – the birthplace of “The Karate Nerd”! 🙂
KNX19 takes place on July 12-15 and there are only 45 spots available.
(Can’t attend? Pre-order the seminar videos HERE.)
But this is not a “regular” Karate camp.
The goal is laser-focused…
Take YOUR Karate to the NEXT level!
I’ve been to hundreds of Karate camps across the world. Sadly, only a handful of those were epic experiences.
Often I wasted both time and money on “experts” or champions who didn’t inspire me or teach anything special.
So believe me:
KNX19 will be unlike ANY other seminar you’ve EVER attended.
Your belt level, experience or style doesn’t matter. KNX19 is for everyone who wants a life-changing Karate experience…
…with likeminded Karate Nerds from around the world!
Oh, and remember to leave your belt at home – because everyone gets the famous pink belt.
KNX19 is limited to ONLY 45 spots. If you want to attend, act fast!
Here are some of the teachers:
Practical Karate Expert
Iain Abernethy is a world famous teacher of practical kata applications, known as “bunkai” in Japanese.
As a member of the Combat Hall of Fame, Iain Abernethy currently holds the rank of 7th dan with the British Combat Association – one of the world’s leading groups for close-quarter combat, self-protection and practical martial arts.
Sensei Abernethy has written a number of critically acclaimed books on the functional application of traditional Karate, and is well known for his social media content on the pragmatic use of the techniques and concepts hidden in traditional kata.
At KNX19, Iain Abernethy will share his insights on how you can unravel the time-tested fighting applications of kata – to finally bridge the gap between form and function.
Bill “Superfoot” Wallace
World Champion Karate Legend
Few people have graced the covers of more martial arts magazines than Bill Wallace.
A living legend in the flesh, he earned the nickname “Superfoot” after his devastating hook kick was clocked at 60 mph. Although now retired from professional fighting, Bill Wallace remained undefeated throughout his entire career, with multiple full-contact world titles under his belt.
Outside of the ring, Superfoot’s merits include a master’s degree in Kinesiology, author of multiple books and DVDs, alongside Hollywood films with Chuck Norris and Jackie Chan.
At KNX19, Bill “Superfoot” Wallace will share his best exercises, tactics and techniques to boosts your fighting skills for a long and happy martial arts life.
Pro MMA Fighter
Due to popular demand, my brother Oliver returns share his unique style of Karate and MMA!
Me and Oliver spent our childhood growing up in our family’s martial arts centre. Together, we’ve traveled the world to train with the “best of the best” – ranging from old masters in Okinawa to UFC champions in Hawaii.
By combining his Karate skills as national team athlete with insights from experts like Lyoto Machida, GSP and the Gracie Brothers, Oliver has designed a unique method that combines the best elements of MMA and Karate into one comprehensive fighting system that provides a pathway to mastery.
At KNX19, Oliver will teach progressive 2-person fighting drills that cover every aspect of fighting – including striking, clinch, takedowns and groundwork.
The Karate Nerd
Last but not least… me! If you’re not a long-time KbJ reader, allow me to quickly introduce myself:
I’m the “Karate Nerd”, #1 Amazon best-selling author, founder of Seishin International, national team athlete, entrepreneur, social media ninja and carrot cake lover.
My job is to elevate the collective consciousness of Karate as a whole, regardless of stylistic limitations or dogmatic obsession with “Sport Karate” or “Traditional Karate”.
After all, what brings us together is far more important than what sets us apart.
That’s why Karate is ultimately a vehicle for self-realization to me.
At KNX19 I will teach brain-based exercises designed to improve your balance, vision and vestibular system – along with an innovative process for unlocking your capacity to improvise.
Are YOU excited?
I can’t even sit still as I’m writing this!
If you want to experience a life-changing seminar and make new friends for life, this is the perfect opportunity for you!
The only requirement is that you’re 18+ years old, have an open mind, can travel to Sweden and speak English.
Here is a video from last year’s KNX:
(Can’t attend? Pre-order the KNX19 videos HERE.)
Your ticket includes accommodation from July 12-15, breakfast, lunch, dinner, classical Swedish “fika”, all training classes and theory lectures, instructor & training venue fees, professional photos & videos, Karate Nerd goodie bag and secret guests and activities.
So, what are you waiting for? Just register and come to Stockholm!
We’ll take care of the rest for you. 😉
Questions? Leave a comment.
See you at KNX19.
More KNX Links:
- KNX15 Participant Review
- KNX17 Participant Review
- KNX16 Participant Review
- 10 Secrets I Learned From Organizing KNX14 (#8 Drives Me Crazy!)
- Why I Made People Wear Pink Belts (!) in My Karate Seminar
- 45 Photos from KNX16 in London, UK
- 22 Photos from KNX15 in Frankfurt, Germany
- The Karate Nerd Story: “Behind-the-Scenes” of KNX14 [Video]
- 15 Frequently Asked Questions About KNX15
- 10 Videos from KNX15 – The Karate Nerd Experience 2015
- 45 Photos from KNX18 in Okinawa, Japan