Video by Nick Oza/Getty ImagesFor most of its history, Karate was a martial art for Japanese samurai and samurai warriors.
In modern times, however, it has become a popular sport that is practiced by many Americans as a way to train for a variety of athletic activities, including kickboxing, boxing, and wrestling.
The popularity of Karate has grown in recent years, especially in America, where the sport has become an Olympic sport for men and women.
In 2012, Karatas popularity grew by around 15 million people.
In the U.S., there are currently more than 5 million Karate players, and the sport is growing at a rapid pace.
One of the best ways to become an expert in Karate is to spend some time in Japan.
The sport has been taught in Japan since the early 19th century.
Its popularity is due to its emphasis on balance and flexibility.
As a result, the sport encourages people to take a more active role in the movement, especially during competitions.
“The way you can learn a martial arts skill is by spending time with a group of people, or just sitting around and watching,” says David O’Neil, who was a professional kickboxer in Japan for 25 years before starting his own martial arts school in New Jersey.
“It’s like going to a martial artist and trying to learn something.”
In recent years Karate’s popularity has also increased in the U