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Education system


From 2021 September. in the sports club "Budora" we implemented a unified educational system, which includes the organization and implementation of the educational process and ensuring the quality of education. The following main activities are included in the sports education program: training, theoretical training during training, participation in competitions, control standards, and keeping tests.

The aim of the educational system is to increase the physical activity of children and young people through karate and to form their positive attitude towards physical activity as one of the means of health promotion, to strengthen their psychological readiness, to develop moral values, personal, social and other competences, to include in the sports education of the club's students and their parents, introducing them to the educational process and the benefits of physical activity. The training of all groups is organized according to the training program of each level for the whole season and a detailed monthly training plan for each season.

The education system is established in accordance with the Law of the Republic of Lithuania on Education, the Law of the Republic of Lithuania on Physical Education and Sports, the Recommendations for the Organization of Sports Education, other legal acts regulating education, physical culture and sport, the karate and physical education experience accumulated by the Sports Club, the expertise of specialists in sports psychology, physical training specialists and with the recommendations of experienced karate trainers.


When forming sports education groups for one academic year (season), we take into account the age of the student, the educational institution where the student studies, place of residence, experience in sports and participation in competitions, and the existing belt. In the same sports education group, girls and boys of different ages (possible age difference of no more than 1-3 years), of similar physical fitness, with the same or different belts, can play sports. Sports education groups are divided according to karate and physical fitness level into:

  • Initial training (recommended training 2 times a week):

    Karate for toddlers

    – recommended training duration: 45 min;

    Karate for beginners

    – recommended training duration: 60 min;

    Karate for athletes

    – recommended training duration: 60 min;

  • Mastery training (it is recommended to train at least 2 times a week):

    Advanced karate

    – recommended training duration: 60 min;

  • High skill training groups (it is recommended to train at least 3 times a week):

    Karate club national team U14

    – recommended training duration: 90 min;

    Karate club national team N14

    – recommended training duration: 90 min.


The structure of training organized in the sports club consists of:

  • Greetings and concentration.

  • Preparation: introducing students to the goals of training.

  • Exercise: the purpose of this part is to prepare the body for physical exertion.

  • Warm-up: the purpose of this part is to prepare the body for more difficult physical activity.

  • Core Sections: This section is for the most difficult, high-intensity exercises and should reflect the theme of the workout. In this part, the exercises or their series should be combined with time for rest or recovery after them.

  • Final part: the purpose of this part is to recover from physical exertion, as well as to review the training that took place.

  • Concentration and farewell.

The educational process is carried out in free time: after school, on rest days and holidays, during vacations and summer. We accept preschoolers in groups throughout the year, if there is such a possibility, i.e. i.e. in groups of vacancies.


We encourage trainees to: trust in their own strength, be brave, stubborn, ambitious and achieve set goals (setting goals for each training month, entire season or even several seasons and achieving those goals and monitoring progress).

We develop respect for coaches, judges and other trainees, club members and opponents (by teaching karate etiquette, introducing the rules of a respectful fighter, giving children real examples of respect for others).

We teach students to be honest and responsible.


We train physical qualities taking into account athlete groups and age categories:

  • Babies

    physical training is limited to the general load on the whole body, children need "physical discharge", it is important to develop children's coordination, balance and dexterity. Game exercises, easy (i.e. easily explained) physical tasks. Team tasks, good mood, positive emotions act as motivation for children, then they will be physically more active.

  • Beginners

    in groups, the emphasis is on strengthening the general body muscles, laying the "foundations". Exercises are performed with your own body weight, endurance exercises, many active and different tasks. Such exercises develop the whole body, improve muscle endurance, and tolerance of physical exertion.

  • Those who do sports

    physical tasks and exercises are complex, can be made up of several parts, and are more complex. The "diet" includes simple exercises with additional tools. Be sure to continue training with your own body weight, making the tasks more difficult.

  • Advanced

    in groups, exercises with own body weight are continued and made more difficult. More complex exercises using additional equipment. A lot of attention is paid to training strength, endurance and speed.

  • Selections

    in groups, athletes develop balance, coordination, agility, speed, strength, endurance, explosive strength and power endurance. Individual exercises are given to strengthen/correct weak points of each athlete.


We encourage trainees to be persistent, not to give up in difficult moments, to overcome tension (we teach not to give up in training, to overcome the fear of physical contact in competitions when it is difficult/feel physical pain, by asking trainees tasks that require appropriate physical and psychological strength).