Board Breaking Seminar – 13th May 2018

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Open To Taekwondo Central Red Belts & Black Belts Only

Board breaking a show of correct technique with enough force. its an indicator if you kick properly and efficiently for maximum power.

If you are approaching your Dan Black Belt Grading it can be a make or break point of passing your belt
We are looking at bringing board breaking in to the Red Belt syllabus as part of Black belt grading preparation

Sunday 13th May 2018
ASHS GYM
Australind High School Gym
12.30pm  to  2.00pm
Includes 4 Boards Each
$30

Please inform us by November 6th to allow us time to prepare your boards

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John Crawford – Courage Under Fire

In Order To Rise From Its Ashes, A Phoenix Must First Burn

By Kristy Hitchens – Brown Mouse Communications www.TheMortalMouse.com

At just 20-years-old, Taekwondo Central Instructor and 3rd Dan Black Belt John Crawford has had to eyeball the kind of demons most of us would like to think NO ONE at his young age should have to stare down. About two-and-a-half years ago he entered a period of darkness he would rather forget but over the worst of it now, John credits two things for driving him through it.

His Mum.

And Taekwondo.

Right now you might be wondering if we are talking about the SAME person. That lanky larrikin of an instructor with a wide cheeky grin and usually wearing a beanie or cap on backwards. Often you’ll see him with children literally hanging off every limb or having a laugh with the adult students. That one who mostly seems so laid back and relaxed about things, you’d swear he didn’t have a care in the world. Maybe you have even thought – as a Taekwondo Instructor – he should be more serious, less casual with people?

But what if you knew that John’s efforts to make people smile was a very deliberate act on his behalf and something he sees as an important part of the relationship he enjoys with club members? It is deliberate AND he has good reason for it. Most people wouldn’t realise but John, more than most, knows the TRUE value of making someone smile, of ensuring you take the opportunity in life to have a good laugh.

Taekwondo Central Instructor - John Crawford - 3rd Dan Blackbelt

Almost three years ago, John accidentally set fire to his torso while using a grinder to cut metal. He was only three months into an Apprenticeship as a Boiler Maker. John suffered second and third degree burns down his right side from under his arm to his waist, and fingers as he tried in desperation to pat out the flames. Recovery was long and slow and he didn’t return to work until eight months after the accident. And when he did, the trauma of the event had left scars on the inside far deeper than the flames had done on the outside. He persevered for another three months with the job but ultimately had to resign knowing it was unlikely he would ever be able to return to a similar kind of work again. 

Instead he turned to “the only other thing I was good at”, appealing to Taekwondo Central’s Master Justin Warren for a full-time teaching position. Having taught John since he was 10, coached him to (at that stage) 2nd Dan Black Belt level and begun the process of transforming him into a leader within the club, Master Justin agreed.

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It’s possible he did give this plan some consideration though, since at John’s very first Taekwondo class, Master Justin asked him to sit out because he was mucking around too much! And according to John, what Master Justin had to say was little match for the spray he received from his Mum after that class. “She’s my best friend and my worst enemy in one,” he says with that trademark grin. Soon after that first class though, something clicked into place for John because while the two mates he had started training with dropped off only a few grading exams in, John just kept on going.

Even in the early days, he remembers loving the physical and mental challenge Taekwondo provided for him. A keen soccer play as well, even that eventually had to go so he could concentrate more on his school studies…and Taekwondo! 

Looking back John says self-confidence was always an issue for him and the reason he decided against entering tournaments. A crying shame given the lightning quick reflexes he displays during class demonstrations. John feels he was just starting to find that inner confidence too thanks to his Taekwondo training but the accident forced him to start re-building from the ground up once again. He says he’s not there yet but anyone who has paid close attention to his teaching style in recent months would suggest that he is well on his way to physical and emotional recovery, having stepped up in focus and intensity as well as taking on leadership of the Sunday Sparring Class.

The challenge for him now, he knows, is to develop his teaching skills in a way that allows him to hold onto the joy he brings to the role without compromising respect and control from particularly younger students. John’s casual and sometimes even cavalier demeanour masks his deep love of Taekwondo and commitment to his work. But spend more than a few minutes talking with him and it soon becomes very evident.

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Next year he will attempt his 4th Dan Black Belt grading but he won’t stop there. John has his sights set on 8th Dan which he calculates he will achieve at about age 46. All of a sudden you come to realise this laid back cool cat has a fierce stubborn streak and a quiet determination which have no doubt been valuable contributors to his ongoing recovery from previous trauma.

“Taekwondo is the one thing I’m good at,” he says. “I find I can just relax through it and it calms down my thinking.”

John’s story serves as a stunning reminder that the benefits Taekwondo can bring to people’s lives go far beyond the physical.
Courage. Confidence. Comradery. Calm.

 

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The story by Kristy Hitchens first published on the Taekwondo Central webpage on
Why Taking Up Taekwondo In My 40′s Was The Best Thing I Ever Did
has had a huge response and has been picked up by Australian Women’s Health Ónline Magazine where her story has been published

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With Taekwondo Instructors world wide are directing people to the story as a source of inspiration and many 40+ women and men being inspired to take up the challenge,

Kristy (Mortal Mouse) has had responses from all over the world tallying over 6500 shares off the AWH Facebook page. Her story has inspired thousands to get of their backside and try. Its not hard. You may like it! Like Us. WE LOVE IT!!!!

Sensing the feeling she is helping, Kristy is now doing a blog that you can follow her progress and views on bringing Taekwondo into your life. Its being well received and perhaps it can be part of your own journey to black belt and beyond. Its an interesting read and I know you’ll enjoy a students point of view from the inside.

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We Love having Kristy as part of the ever growing Taekwondo Central team. Learn The Art – Live The Passion

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Leadership Team Training
Venue – Australind Senior High School Gym

18yrs +  = 2.15pm – 3.15pm
under 18yrs  = 3.15pm – 4.15pm
Cost—$10 per class

Team Meeting 1 = Sunday 18th February 2018 
Team Meeting 2 = TBA
Team Meeting 3 = TBA

(As this is a private business training not a martial arts class, no spectators will be allowed)

With our ever growing numbers and our service in Bunbury, Eaton & Australind. We are looking to develop our next generation of leaders to help assist with our children’s classes. We will be running a series of  Leadership Training sessions over the year to help develop skills of helpers and so our helpers get an understanding of what we want from them

To Qualify
Be 10yrs or over
Be minimal Blue Belt
Have show manners & be polite
Have a good understanding of our techniques
Be Enthusiastic & want to help
must train 2x min per week

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Combat Central Off To A Great Start – 16 Starters

Instructor John Crawford has put his hand up to lead a Sunday morning sparring class working on drills and sparring and its had a great start

It was a great start with 16 taking part and starting the building of skill. Well done everybody. Its great to see so many getting behind this class

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Very Back Centre – Instructor John Crawford
Back Row – Kelly Platts, Trinity Best, Maddison Booth, Max Avins, Travis Mackay, Melanie Buhlmann
Middle Row – Arthur DiDonna, Deegan McDonald, Xander Webb, Alicia Mackay, Rebecca Buhlmann
Front Row – Mason Dillon, Madison Riches, Coya Brown, Annika Best, Eric Buhlmann

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Sparring

We’ve been circling around the idea. We were a very competitive force in our past. Including
Over 250 State Champions
Over 100 Australian Champions
Over 10 International Gold Medallists
So we are going to have a play around with a sparring class

The format will be that of a competition class with full safety gear and we will ease all into it over the weeks.
The eventual goal will be a club sparring day in which we can have a safe play with the now Olympic Sport.
Instructor John has a structured plan to help you lift your level be it for class, black belt preparation or possible competition

So Come And TEST YOUR MIGHT!!

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Combat Central

Australind Senior High School Gym
10am – 11am Sundays
$10
Bring
Mouthguard, Gloves, Water Bottle
(We will supply the rest for now)

All Ages Welcome
From Dragon to Taekwondo Practitioner

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John, Alicia and Ajana after the Grading

Thankyou to all members who signed up for this years program and as Term 1 for 2018 commences this also indicates the end of the SHP2018.

A big thankyou also to Head Instructor Ajana Plunkett and Instructor John Crawford who both put their hand up to run the SHP this year
Conducted through both the SWSC in Bunbury & Australind Town Hall / ASHS Gym. The goal was intense, concentrated training over the period of January aiming to gain another level
Were happy to say that our members have had success and now come back into term a higher level again

Dragons / Super Dragons

Krystal Ritchie
Daniel Platts
Joey Platts
Cody Edwards

Taekwondo

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Paul Jauncey
Travis Mackay
Alicia Mackay
Deegan McDonald
Harry Nortier
Mia Robertson
Emily Robertson
Lachlan Tuene
Matt Bowkley
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Our Taekwondo Central Summer Training Tops Are here and ready for persons wanting a cooler option to training

Worn by the instructors, Our Blue tops are now available to all members ranging from sizes 120cm – 200cm in both Blue V-Neck (Coloured Belts) or Black V-Neck (Black Belts)

However we have only ordered a limited amount for this year so it will be first in, first serve

 

LIMITED SUPPLY

We have the following in stock for Coloured Belts including Super Dragons

Blue V-Neck Summer Training Top

120 cm = 4  (2 sold)
130 cm = 4  (3 sold)
140 cm =(5 sold)
150 cm = 8  (7 sold)   
160 cm = 13 (3 sold)
170 cm = 7   (2 sold)
180 cm = 7   
190 cm = 3   (1 sold)
200 cm = 2   (1 sold)

Black V-Neck Summer Training Top

140 cm =
150 cm = 11    
160 cm = 7   (1 sold)
170 cm = 7   (3 sold)
180 cm = 7   (3 sold)
190 cm = 5   
200 cm = 2

Our Pre-Start Special – Save 12.5%!

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Hit the ground running in 2018 with our new blue tops. Order and pay for your top before Feb 1st and we will discount your top by over 12%

Normally
$40 Blue V-Neck
$90 Black V-Neck

January Special
$35 Blue V Neck
(Includes Back Screened Logo)
$80 Black V Neck (Includes Embroided Logos On Front and Back)
Ready To Pick Up 1st Training Day

(Remember Limited Amount Available)

 

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Drop Cash To Ajana at SHP2018. Please give in sealed envelope well marked with your name
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The Paragon Program 2018 / Term 1

 

 Bunbury Starts Friday 9th February 20186th April 2018 (8 Lessons)
Australind Starts Sunday 11th February 20188th April 2018 (8 Lessons)

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A Guaranteed More Exclusive Martial Arts Training Experience
The Paragon Program is for the students or parents who want a more personalised,
exclusive training experience of a great instructor student ratio under a Head Instructor Black Belt (Min 10 Years Experience)
Guaranteed limited class numbers further ensure a higher level in martial arts skills.
The Paragon Program is only for current Taekwondo Central Members for at least 2 Terms (6 Months)

The Paragon Program is a semi-private lesson helping students sharpen their self defence skills, accelerate
physical capability and speed up learning of our clubs skills. Its designed for a higher result

If You Are A Person That …
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- Aspire To Be Better Than The Average Martial Artist
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The Paragon Program

Only 6 Members Per Class Allowed
- Bookings Essential

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 Paragon Class 1 (Dragons) – Bunbury
= 1.5 Experience Points
South West Sports Centre – Bunbury
Fridays
3.45pm – 4.20pm.
Little/Super Dragons (5 – 8 years)
1 Place Left

Cheyanne Nardone
Evelyn Liaros
Alek Liaros
Joey Platts
Daniel Platts

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Paragon Class 2 (Taekwondo) - Bunbury
= 1.5 Experience Points
South West Sports Centre – Bunbury
Fridays
4.30pm – 5.30pm.
Taekwondo  (Mixed Age.   9 years – Adult)
Booked Out

Madison Riches
Deegan McDonald
Narelle Pollard
Saphyre Goodall
Luke Crane
Kelly Platts

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 Paragon Class 3 (Taekwondo) - Bunbury
= 1.5 Experience Points
South West Sports Centre – Bunbury 
Fridays
5.30pm – 6.30pm.
Taekwondo  (Mixed Age.   9 years – Adult)
2 Places Left

Jy Gamble
Ariana Lloyd
Brayden Nardone
Kian Stapleton

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Paragon Class 4 (Taekwondo) - Bunbury
= 1.5 Experience Points
South West Sports Centre – Bunbury
Fridays
6.30pm – 7.30pm.
Taekwondo  (Mixed Age.   9 years – Adult)
2 Places Left

Lachlan Tuene
Tahlia Gowland
Christopher Charry
Shonna Charry


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Paragon Class 5 (Taekwondo) – Australind
= 1.5 Experience Points
Australind High School Gym - Australind
Sundays
4.20pm – 5.00pm.
Little/Super Dragons (5 – 8 years)
2 Places Left

Coya Brown
Tyler Reely
Eric Buhlman
Jordan Gangur
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Paragon Class 6 (Taekwondo) - Australind
= 1.5 Experience Points
Australind High School Gym - Australind
Sundays
5.00pm – 6.00pm.
Taekwondo  (Mixed Age.   9 years – Adult)
Booked Out

Lucas Hitchens
Rebecca Collis
Paul Jauncey
Mel Buhlman
Rebecca Buhlman
Kristy Hitchens

 

 

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- All Instruction By a Black Belt with Min 10 years experience
- Closer Attention To Detail
- Train Alongside Other Focused Students

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The End of year black belt grading is a daunting task for many a martial artists. There aren’t many things more nerve racking than a physical and mental test in which you are being judged by persons who set a standard.

The wonderful thing is the amazing exhilaration felt after being victorious and gaining that crucial level. What I personally like about the Oh Do Kwan grading is you may not be judged by your own instructor.
This means instructors now need to hold a level in their students and students need to take responsibility for their training.

All students have been training for around 6 months for the examination with 2hr Sunday training sessions, and many hours of kicking, patterns, punch defence, self defence and sparring including a board breaking seminar all did their part in preparing our members in achieving their goal, with some overcoming personal barriers and fears to break through this new attained level

The Grading was marked by 16 Black belts of 4th Dan Black Belt or Higher including our Head Instructor Ajana Plunkett and Master Head Instructor Justin Warren
The Ohdokwan Taekwondo Black Belt Grading had approx. 95 people from both city and country clubs trying for their level,

All students were marked on Patterns, Kicking Combinations, 1 punch counters, 2 punch counters, self defence, knife defence, Taekwondo sparring, Korean kick boxing sparring, and Board breaking.
Congratulation to all and well done. The amount of combined experience, confidence and achievement will really show in our club

The end of year Black Belt Dan Grading had 12 of our members move up the Black belt ladder with

Passing 1st Dan Black Belt

Matthew Bowkley
Trinity Best
Ashlee Stone
Kian Stapleton
Rachel Atkinson

Passing 2nd Dan Black Belt

Maddison Booth
Mollie Swarbrick
Tahlia Gowland
Brooklyn Jauncey
Deacon Malatesta
Declan Higgins
Vanya Possingham

 

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