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Sabrina Guy
Apr 25, 2020
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Sabrina Guy
Apr 25, 2020
In TheKarateCast
TheKarateCast is a free video podcast/vlog series hosted by Martial Arts Champion, Event Performer, Model, and C.A.P. Cadet, Sabrina Guy. Bringing you a unique look into the World's of Competitive Sport Karate, Pageantry and Youth Entertainment.
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Sabrina Guy
Apr 25, 2020
In TheKarateCast
Step by Step Tutorial's one on one with TheKarateGirl from the comfort of your own home. Covering a wide range of Martial Arts & Self Defense Techniques, Weapon's & Form Routines, & Proven Pageant Tip's.
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Sabrina Guy
Apr 25, 2020
In TheKarateCast
Submit your Question's &/or Comment's for Sabrina below to interact with TheKarateCast and become part of the show.
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Sabrina Guy
Apr 25, 2020
In TheKarateCast
Regular casual sit down's with Sabrina to unwind & share some of her craziest moment's & most unique stories throughout her year's of training, competition & pageantry.
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Sabrina Guy
Apr 25, 2020
In TheKarateCast
Off the cuff conversation's w/ Sabrina on random topics while exploring various State Park's, Nature Centers & other interesting locations along the way.
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Sabrina Guy
Apr 25, 2020
In TheKarateCast
Submit any of your question's, comment's, or show idea's below to let us know what kind of content you'd like to see come to TheKarateCast in the future.
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Sabrina Guy
Oct 14, 2018
In Interests & Hobbies?
All of my life I have been told different ways of dealing with bullies. Whether it was from my teachers at school, coaches at the gym, or older family members and mentors at home. I have been taught and discussed techniques/strategies like avoidance & ignoring, being passive & agreeable when confronted, and trying to create discussion with the person(s) about why the situation is happening, just to list a few examples. I have been shown all of these things growing up and now I have also started to see over time a lot of them play out in real life as I get older, all usually under different circumstances then the last. Sometime's tactics like the one's my peers and I are taught actually work depending on what kind of bully they were dealing with, the number of bullies or spectator's, and where they were/who was around when the bullying took place. A lot of times though it seems like any kind of passive or non-confrontational strategy gives off a victim or prey like vibe in the air, that the bully or bullies feed off of which then encourages them & sometimes other's not even involved to amp up their antics. I always hear the stories of times when the grown up's now were kid's & everyone was taught to stand up to their bullies. They were encouraged by their elders to fight back when they felt physically threatened, which would prove to their peers that they would not tolerate being treated that way, even if they knew they would loose the fight in the end. My dad says "Pride & Respect for Yourself were the most important things you could every have back then." It seems to me that most bullies from both the past and today are not what you would think of as real predators. They are not looking for a challenge to show dominance or prey for a purpose (ex. food), they are targeting whoever 'they think' or 'appears as' the easiest victim. Usually to make up for whatever it is they have going on or not going on in their own lives. They find some kind of satisfaction in being able to get away with treating people poorly, like I would be satisfied with myself after doing well at a big tournament. I suppose you're either wired to understand that kind of thinking or your not, but whether or not you understand or don't... doesn't change the fact that everyone, not just the weak will have to deal with bullying on & off for possibly their entire lives. What do you think is the best and/or most effective way to deal with bullying especially when it's long term and/or physical???
CAN YOU ACTUALLY STOP BULLYING.... & IF NOT THEN WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO AVOID/PREVENT IT? content media
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Sabrina Guy
Sep 30, 2018
In Tournament Talk
Over the past few years I have been asked a lot of different questions from friends & family about what it's like to compete on the 'World Tour' or other Open Karate/Taekwondo Circuits. From traveling up & down the coast to different Convention Center's & Conference Hall's defending my titles or fight record. To all different kind's of question's about training or preparing for certain type's of events. Surprisingly... of all the questions I've been asked, the one that comes up the most is "What is the 'End Game' to all of this? " or "At what point will I reach my goals as a Martial Arts Competitor?". At the moment there are still a handful of challenges motivating me & awards that have to go up in the trophy case before the thought of slowing down crosses my mind. I could definitely see myself dropping down a gear or two once those boxes are checked off over the next 5-10 years, but I guess everything will depend on what else is going on in my life at that time. MY TOP 5 GOALS BEFORE I HANG UP THE GLOVES (CHECKLIST): • NASKA World Champion (Black Belt) • NBL Super Grands World Games Champion (Black Belt) • IKF World Classics Champion (Full Contact Karate / International Rules) • U. S. Open / ISKA World Championship Grand Champion (Black Belt) • NAGA World Champion (Blue/Purple Belt) I was curious what everyone else's "Ultimate Tournament Goals" were? From winning or even placing in a specific event... to becoming Champion for a certain organization(s)?
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Sabrina Guy
Sep 28, 2018
In Interests & Hobbies?
Whenever I start feeling burned out or frustrated from non-stop practice or studying I take a moment to breath & think about some of the people I follow who INSPIRE me to keep pushing forward. What did they go through to get where they are today & most important what are they still sacrificing to stay there. I think everyone needs someone to look up to.... life seems to be unfair, especially when you commit to putting everything you got on the line to achieve something. Knowing your not alone can make all the difference when your facing that moment of doubt. These three woman have played a huge role in keeping me focused on my life goals the past few years even though we have never met. I couldn't THANK them enough & hope only the best for them in the future. Who do you go to for INSPIRATION when life starts to overwhelm you? Chloe Bruce - Lindsey Stirling - Dani Walker
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