Khurshid Shabab Khan

Khurshid Shabab Khan

Coaching Category: Fitness

Specialization(s): Body Building, Functional Fitness


Shihan-Dai Khurshid Shabab Khan is a 4th Dan Black belt in Karate. Born on 03/02/1994, Shihan-Dai Khan is a Branch Chief for the International Sabaki Karate-do TESHINKAI for Pakistan. Shihan-Dai Khan's role within Teshinkai Karate is to bring inspiration, motivation and health through martial arts training to everyone, regarless of gender, race, religion or socio economic background. Shihan-dai Khan began trainng in Kyokushin Karate in Afganistan and later Pakistan as a young man. Shihan-dai Khan progressed through the ranks and it wasnt long before his passion for competition increased and he soon made a name for himself in the national and international full contact competition circuit. Shihandai Khan has dedicated his life to full contact Karate styles and he has competed in a variety of disciplines including Kyokushinkai, Shin Kyokushin. Kick boxing, muay Thai, wrestling, and judo. Shihan-dai Khan is also a black belt in Judo and has competed successfully in the discipline. Judo and its fundamentals of Tai Sabaki also has forged a pathway to Sabaki styles of Karate and as a consequence is able to adapt easy to the International Sabaki Karate-do TESHINKAI. Shihan-dai Khan now uses his vast experience in martial arts to help other young practitioners to gain success on and off the dojo mats. Shihan-dai Khan is the founder of Al.Anssar Sports Foundation in which he helps advance the martial arts careers of poorer community members. Shihan-dai Khan believes that martial arts is an important component of developing strong minds and bodies to establish resilience and a sense of purpose. Shihandai Khan is particularly concerned with the well being and positive development of his countries youth.

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