Hi everyone This one-pager contains information about equipment you can buy from the school. This includes: syllabus books sparring gear and Glendowie T-shirts!
Hi Parents This information sheet is worth reading. It contains useful information for you about Taekwon-Do classes. For example: what to bring to training how to prepare for training a few rules of protocol what happens during class what the belt colours mean how gradings work and what they are.
Hi Parents Please complete this report sheet for your child(ren) and bring it along by the penultimate week of each term (the week before grading). There is a place for you to complete, and a place for your child(ren)’s teacher to complete. We ask for this sheet each term whether or not your child(ren) is (are) […]
Hi Parents In case you don’t have your own copy of our membership agreement, we have one here for your reference. Taekwon-Do agreement Taekwon-Do Kubz agreement (main difference is pricing) Boosabum Development Squad addendum These versions were current at 26 April 2015.
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We have a lot of new yellow belts. This video of Dan-Gun may help you learn it. It is by former multi-time 4th degree male patterns champion, Jaroslaw Suska of Poland. Remember: All punches in Dan-Gun are high. Lock your back leg in your walking stances. L-stance has 70% of your weight on the back […]
Attacks are the same for green belt and blue stripe: Attacker always begins in right L-stance forearm guarding block. Walking stance middle punch, low front snap kick Side piercing kick, step forward L-stance side punch L-stance knifehand side strikde, side turning kick Defence, green belt: Walking stance inner forearm block, walking stance forearm low block, […]
Hi everyone Something that stood out in our 2015 term 2 grading round is a weakness in our walking stances. This is a long and strong stance, and you should feel very stable in it. Imagine you are standing on your own set of train tracks, as wide as your shoulders, and you are as […]
Hi everyone (particularly Mums and Dads) Parents often ask me for ways they can help their children practise at home. One simple thing children can do is practise crossing for blocks. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ak__MMFjYjk Children can practise how to cross while sitting, or even while watching TV! What this does is strengthen neutral pathways until students cross […]