Success or Not

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  • Post published:May 5, 2019
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Being a Martial Artist we learn and practice discipline and an ethos of self reliance to help us further our physical and emotional skills. We can work with coaches that…

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Black Belt Grading – Congratulations

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  • Post published:December 6, 2017
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Basingstoke Black Belts, Judo, Karate, Kung Fu, Ju Jitsu

On the weekend of 2nd December we held our biggest grading of the year in Basingstoke. We had students from Karate, Ju Jitsu and Judo all grading. Of which Seven of them were being examined for their Black Belt.

The weekend started with the younger children from the Young Legends, aged between 6- 9 going for their first belt. Their grading consisted of a 60 minute class to give a brief reminder of the things they had to demonstrate. They progressed onto the formal grading itself which consisted demonstrating blocks, kicks, strikes, throws and groundwork along with their forms and partnerwork. (more…)

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Fear and the Martial Arts

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  • Post published:October 28, 2015
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We are all afraid of something at times. Anyone who tells you that they've never been afraid is lying. For some people it's Spiders (Arachnephobia or Arachnophobia) or Clowns (Coulrophobia) or…

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Too tired to train?

The winter nights are here now. It's cold outside. You've got a good book. A warm cup of coffee. You feel tired from work. There's a good movie on TV.…

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