Lukasz Luczynski

©Łukasz Łuczyński

 

Lukasz Łuczyński is World Champion in Karate (2010, knockdown) and a two times European Champion (2008 and 2016).

Lukasz holds a rank of 2 DAN in Karate and loves to win with knockdowns! He has multiple titles of the Polish Championship & the Polish Cup Winner (2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012 & 2016).

He holds 17 Gold Medals, 3 Silver Medals, 2 Bronze Medals and he is not done yet!

 

Lukasz, from the Martial Arts Club "VOLCANO" hin Kozienice / Poland, studied Physical Therapy at the Medical University of Lublin.

Along with winning medals and cups, he is an inspiring Karate teacher to children of all ages. It is with his students whom he amicably calls “Tigers” that he has dedicated his exercise for the ‘Hitchhicker’s Guide to CF’.

 

 

65 seconds Łukasz Łuczyński

 

My passion is - martial arts and in particular Oyama Karate, after having trained it for 16 years as well as the training of youth in the field of karate, self-defense and kickboxing.

The biggest fight of my life is constantly striving for excellence by combating flaws and weaknesses.

I am inspired by the success of other athletes.

When I am down I go to training. This allows me to release bad emotions. After a workout, I feel better and I think that tomorrow will be a new and better day.

I fear life without the closest persons I love.

Winning is the best feeling in the world which motivates me to harder workouts.

To the people fighting CF I say:

Hey Tigers- so I call my students that I train twice a week! For each course, we overcome weaknesses: lack of fitness, flexibility, speed, and the greatest enemy which is laziness. Only the most persistent are successful in competitions.

I know the taste of victory. These people are the ones who train every day in spite of the weather and how they feel.Therefore, for me, each of you is a winner, because you are constantly fighting with this biggest enemy - Cystic Fibrosis!

Dear friends, I want to tell you my secret for winning the battles: before every competition, I determine in my mind that the purpose is WINNING! It is because without it, even I do not want to go to the mat. The thought of winning inspires me every day from morning to night, and in small steps I get there myself before a long and painful Karate workout. I am sending you a quote from a master whose words inspire me further:

Studying karate is like climbing a high mountain. Life also reminds of climbing. It is important to constantly try to get to the top. Once you reach it, you can see and understand a lot. Standing at the foot of the mountain, you can only admire its peak.

Shigeru Oyama

Never give up!

 

Greetings Łukasz Łuczyński

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