We had a great turnout at the Taekwon do Association of England technical seminar this weekend in advance of the degree testing on Sunday. Congratulations to everyone who passed and for those who weren’t successful on this occasion…..IN NAE….”be constant in working towards your goals in life. Analyse where you have failed and learn from your mistakes
Blackbelt training is on this Sunday 4th November 10.00 at Kenton School – the last session before the degree test in December. Open to red and black belts.
National squad coaching.
The ITF England coaching team are running an open squad training session on Sunday 11 November to generate more interest and for students to have the opportunity to be
involved with the National team and to give those who have not had the opportunity to attend and train alongside ITFE elite competitors and the national team coaches.
The content of these sessions will cover all aspects of competition and will be run as a National
Team training session, we will be splitting the elite and students there for the first time, so all competitors benefit from these sessions.
These sessions will be open to Red Belts and above, 13years upward and cost £20pp (To be paid on arrival) for the 3-hour session.
The venue is Newcastle school for girls, Tankerville sports hall on Tankerville terrace.
the session timing is 9.30 for a 10.00 start. Let’s make sure we have a good turnout for this please
IT WAS A BRILLIANT SEMINAR – THANKS MISS CROSS
We had a fantastic insight into the training methods of one of the world’s top coaches during the seminar with Mr Stephen Ryan.
As it’s Easter Sunday on the first Sunday of this month, the Black belt training session has been moved to the following week, 8th April. Kenton School, 10.00 start.
Master Cook was promoted to 7th degree at the Last International Instructors course in Uruguay after over 30 years of training. Congratulations form everyone at TAE