Taekwondo Ohdokwan Blackbelt Dan Grading – 26th November 2017

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All Cho Dan Bo’s & Blackbelts doing the Upcoming Dan Grading

oh_logo_newOfficial Black Belt Dan Grading Date

Date     - Sunday 26th November 2017 
Venue - Richard Rushton Community Centre
Baron Way. Gosnells
Starts     9.30am

Our members are lucky enough to be graded by a panel that includes

8th Dan Black Belt
Grandmaster Ross Hartnett

8th Dan Black Belt
Grandmaster Carmela Hartnett

6th Dan Black Belt
Master Justin Warren

4th Dan Black Belt
Miss Ajana Plunkett

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Justin Warren, John Crawford & Ajana Plunkett During The Grading
BLACK BELT GRADING TRAINING

Starting Sunday 15th October to 19th November 2017

Australind High School Gym
ASHS GYM
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Australind
2pm – 4pm

 

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Second Grading & Seminars – Monday July 17th 2017 – SWSC Bunbury

 

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Second Chance Grading & Second Seminars

PLEASE BOOK A SPOT BY EMAIL Or SMS
Subject Box = “2nd Grading” = kidshield&hotmail.com
SMS 0407470964

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2nd Grading Schedule

Monday 17th July 2017 – South West Sports Centre – Bunbury
4.30 – 5.30 pm – Dragonflies & Dragons Second Chance Grading (All Levels)
5.30 – 7.30 pm – Taekwondo Second Chance Grading (All Levels)

A Standard Class fee Will Apply for gradings

For Second Chance Grading. PLEASE BOOK A SPOT BY EMAIL OR SMS
Subject Box = “2nd Grading”

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2nd Change Grading Seminar Schedule

Monday 17th July 2017 – South West Sports Centre – Bunbury
5.00– 6.30 pm  -  Taekwondo Students – All Levels
No Second Little Dragons or Super Dragons Seminar

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To Grade You Must Have

1) A Dobok (Taekwondo Uniform), must be V-neck style not karate wrap around style,
must not have other club logo’s, badges or markings, we prefer our Taekwondo Central
or Little Dragons Logo, no coloured pants only white

Doboks can be ordered through us at the attendance book

2) Membership Paid. , form need to be filled out, OK’d and fees honoured.
See the attendance book for Membership Forms

3) Had Enough Experience To grade Little Dragons need to have trained at least 6 times,
Taekwondo Members need 13 lessons of experience to test for their belt.

4) Know Your Grading Naturally make sure you know your grading,
this will help you become successful in passing the level

5) All Class Payments Honoured

6) Fill Out Grading Envelope (If Selected to grade) Fill out the grading slip and enclose
the correct fee in an envelope to hand in.

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Best Of Luck to all members
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  Term 3 Starts From – Wednesday July 19th 2017. New Members Welcome

 

 

 

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Master Justin Warren Achieves 6th Dan Black Belt In Taekwondo

 

 

Justin During Sparring For His Grading (No its not a Chicken Treat Add)

Taekwondo Centrals Master Head Instructor Justin Warren has moved a notch closer to his life time goal of Grand Master by passing his 6th Dan Black Belt grading examination.
Almost withdrawing due to a bout of illness that kept him away from teaching the week before, the 44 year old decided to take the plunge and attempt the major black belt level that very few ever reach.

Showing signs of not being fully recovered, the Taekwondo master had some early troubles in the examination but as the grading moved on he settled in and started to show signs of a higher performance until scoring a near perfect board breaking score through correct use of technique, speed, flow and of course smashing the boards.

Justin has set the life long goal of becoming a grand master in the art. A Dan grading waiting time works by the student will have to wait the amount of years that they have stripes on their black belt (eg Master Warren will now have to wait 6 years until examining for 7th Dan Black Belt, meaning he will be 58 (2029) at the time of his Grand Master Grading which will most likely be at Taekwondo Headquarters in Seoul Korea called the Kukkiwon.

The key to this is body preservation. The full contact, hard drilling and body toughening will be replaced will flexibility, freedom of movement, body strength and maintaining a healthy weight to keep the body efficient in its movements and avoid injuries, training but being safety conscious and enjoying martial arts for what it means to the individual.. looking after yourself by good nutrition and a non-destructive exercise schedule is key. The wonderful thing is just practising the right martial arts regularly will do just that. Many don’t make the higher level just because they don’t look after themselves and get too many or ongoing injuries

Master Justin Warren passed his grading under the Taekwondo Ohdokwan System, being graded by Grand Master Ross Hartnett (8th Dan Black Belt) Grand Master Carmela Hartnett (8th Dan Black Belt) & Master Jenny Crutchett (7th Dan Black Belt)

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Taekwondo Central Instructors Promote Up A Black Belt Dan Level

 

New Black Belt Promotions. John, Justin, Ajana Vanya

 

Ajana Plunkett (4th Dan), John Crawford (3rd Dan) & Vanya Possingham (1st Dan) have all promoted up a level with Taekwondo Central welcoming Vanya Possingham to the Black Belt Club.

All gradings were conducted by a Taekwondo Ohdokwan panel of judges from around the Perth Metro area and South West. The Panel included Grand Master Ross Hartnett (8th Dan Black Belt), Grand Master Carmela Hartnett (8th Dan Black Belt) & Master Jenny Crutchett (7th Dan Blackbelt) & Myself (Justin Warren 6th Dan Black Belt)

Ajana Plunkett has been involved in Taekwondo Central for 12 years and is the first student to achieve the upper Dan level of 4th Dan Black Belt. Ajana now gains access to being on the Taekwondo Ohdokwan Grading Panel to grade from 1st Dan Black Belts to 3rd Dan Black Belts. Its a huge achievement for an 18 year old. Anybody who doubts that just has to see her skill level and it wont take long for them to agree. Ajana plays a major roll in Taekwondo Central assisting with classes and running classes for myself or her ever growing Busselton classes. I have always joked with Ajana that she is my “Polly” a reference to the BBC show Fawlty Towers. Polly is the one that runs around and sorts out everything Basil Fawlty (The manager) either misses, messes up or forgets. Ajana has been Taekwondo Centrals longest serving student and is full deserving of this level for both her ability and service to the club. Well Done Ajana.

I remember when John Crawford come to training, he never seamed that interested but he kept turning up every week. John relaxed persona tricked me, over the years he was absorbing and I could see it come through in his drive and attitude to his own training,  John has maintained a great interest in martial arts was a key figure when Taekwondo made its transition from full time academy to running from Recreation Centres in 2014. He still helps to this day, and is a major part of our teaching team, He never misses teaching or training even when the other instructors aren’t available, and never misses a chance to help the club, its truly been a pleasure to have him on board and he also deserves his new level of 3rd Dan Black Belt. Great Job John.

Vanya Possingham is one of my clubs favourite stories, I am very proud of this young man and his ability to not quit when the going gets tough. After having an unsuccessful result previously, Vanya knuckled in, trained hard, kept showing up and had that never say die attitude. Persistence certainly payed off with him passing his black belt examination. He really learned from previous mistakes, turned them around and conquered his black belt goal were we see so many who just give up a the first sign of things not going their way. Vanya now moves up the ever growing list of dedicated individuals who strive to better themselves by having purpose and a personal goal. Its a mindset that will serve Vanya well in the future at what ever goal he sets himself. Well Done Vanya, You did it! Your a 1st Poom Black Belt (Jnr Black Belt)

The next Black Belt grading will be in November/December 2016. We are looking at possibly 10 members at this examination

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How To Earn Your Invitation To Grade – Qualifying Week 6th December – 11th December 2014

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To go for your examination and attempt your grading you will need to
qualify and have your skills checked over by one of our team of instructors

Your Qualifications Will Run From

Little Dragonflies, Little Dragons & Super Dragons
You will qualify from Monday 6th December to Thursday 9th December
Grading Examination will be from
Monday 13th to Thursday 16th Sept

Taekwondo Junior, Family & Open

Monday 6th December to Thursday 11th December
For Taekwondo Students Only

All taekwondo members must have completed the
Grading Seminar to complete the grading process
Grading Seminar Details – Click Here

All you need to do is turn up to your normal classes and practise
when you feel you can do the moves ok. Ask your instructor to
qualify you. If your level is where it needs to be, you will get that section
marked off. Once you have all marks required you will receive
your grading invitation (envelope)

Just fill it out, put all inside the envelope that is required
and congratulations. Your ready to grade for your belt

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Grading Week Details For Term 3, Monday 22nd September – Thursday 25th September. In Class Grading

 

To go for your examination and attempt your grading you will need to
qualify and have your skills checked over by one of our team of instructors

Your Qualifications Will Run From

Little Dragonflies, Little Dragons & Super Dragons
You will qualify from Monday 17th September  to Thursday 21st September
Grading Examination will be from Monday 22nd September to Thursday 25th September


Taekwondo Junior & Open

You will qualify from Monday 17th September  to Thursday 21st September
Grading Examination will be from Monday 22nd September to Thursday 25th September

To Grade You Must Have Attended 12 Classes of Experience
to be able to grade (75% Training Attendance is minimal amount to grade)

Taekwondo Students must turn up on both training nights during the grading week
for us to complete the whole grading

http://tkdcentral.com/class-timetable/

 


To Grade You Must Have

1) A Dobok (Taekwondo Uniform), must be V-neck style not karate wrap around style,
must not have other club logo’s, badges or markings, we prefer our Taekwondo Central
or Little Dragons Logo, no coloured pants only white

Doboks can be ordered through us at the attendance book

2) Membership Paid. , form need to be filled out, OK’d and fees honoured.
See the attendance book for Membership Forms

3) Had Enough Experience To grade Little Dragons need to have trained at least 6 times,
Taekwondo Members need 13 lessons of experience to test for their belt.

4) Know Your Grading Naturally make sure you know your grading,
this will help you become successful in passing the level

5) All Class Payments Honoured

6) Fill Out Grading Envelope (If Selected to grade) Fill out the grading slip and enclose
the correct fee in an envelope to hand in.

 

Best Of Luck to all members
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2nd Alternative Grading – 3rd August 2014

 

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If your unable to make our inclass grading, we have an alternative grading date
for members that have earned their grading invitation (Envelope)

Alternative Grading

Date – Sunday 3rd August 2014
Time – 3.00pm
Venue – ASHS Gym (Australind High School Gym)

To go for your examination and attempt your grading you will need to
qualify and have your skills checked over by one of our team of instructors

To Grade You Must Have Attended 12 Classes of Experience
to be able to grade (75% Training Attendance is minimal amount to grade)

http://tkdcentral.com/class-timetable/


To Grade You Must Have

1) A Dobok (Taekwondo Uniform), must be V-neck style not karate wrap around style,
must not have other club logo’s, badges or markings, we prefer our Taekwondo Central
or Little Dragons Logo, no coloured pants only white

Doboks can be ordered through us at the attendance book

2) Membership Paid. , form need to be filled out, OK’d and fees honoured.
See the attendance book for Membership Forms

3) Had Enough Experience To grade Little Dragons need to have trained at least 6 times,
Taekwondo Members need 13 lessons of experience to test for their belt.

4) Know Your Grading Naturally make sure you know your grading,
this will help you become successful in passing the level

5) All Class Payments Honoured

6) Fill Out Grading Envelope (If Selected to grade) Fill out the grading slip and enclose
the correct fee in an envelope to hand in.

 

Best Of Luck to all members

 

Back To Home Page
Click Here

Red & Blue Belt Grading Seminars – Compulsary To Grade – Sunday 31st August 2014

This Is Compulsary To Pass Blue or Red Belt

Blue Belt Throws & Takedown Grading Seminar

Suitable for both Blue Belts (Including Yellow 3′s) Compulsary To Grade + Red & Black Belts (optional)
We will take you through Takedowns & Falling  appropriate to grading

Date     - Sunday 31st August 2014
Venue  – Australind High School Gym
Time    - 1.00 pm – 3.00 pm (2hrs)

Seminar covers

Throws & Takedowns,
Correct Breakfalls &
Basic Groundholds


Red Belts will learn Grading Appropriate Stick & Knife Defence

Suitable for both Red (Compulsary To Grade) & Black Belts (optional)
We will take you through weapon & stick defence techniques appropriate to your grading.

Date     -Sunday 31st August 2014
Venue  – Australind High School Gym
Time    - 3.00pm – 6.00pm (3hrs)

Seminar covers

Correct Blocking vs Weapon
Disarms vs Weapons
Full Self Defence Techniques