Self Defence Hacks - Part 4

Fourth of our series of self defence hacks, which are designed to help you adopt safe practices and increase your self defence awareness. Stay up to date with all our self defence hacks at our Instagram, Twitter and Facebook accounts. Feel free to contact us at arc.tkd@outlook.com if you have any questions or would like to be kept up to date with ITF SEQ events. Backpack Safety We all do it when we travel, which is keeping the most valuable things like passport, money etc with us at all times and this is an excellent idea. The problem is we then put these valuable items in a backpack and carry it on our back. A sensible thing to do with the backpack is to carry it in front of you, which make

Throwback Thursday - October 2016

Welcome to Throwback Thursday Blog, which captures photos of students over the years and their progress. Our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accounts are where you'll first see our Throwback Thursday postings. So free feel to follow us on your favourite social media channel. Please contact us at arc.tkd@outlook.com if you have any questions or would like to be kept up to date on ITF SEQ activities and events. October 2016 Throwback Thursday postings are of past Taekwon-Do demonstrations (which ITF SEQ provide as a service for local fetes and community fund raising activities) and a training camp at the Sunshine Coast. This photo was taken in December 2008 at the Mango Hill Community Fete, wh

Training Tips - September 2016

Welcome to our September 2016 collection of training tips, which were published on our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accounts. Staying Hydrated Many people believe that the source of this information was a 1945 Food and Nutrition Board recommendation that people need about 2.5 litres of water a day. However, the last sentence of the recommendation says ‘most of this quantity is contained in prepared foods.’ Regardless of this information, drink plenty of water throughout the day, if you're training that night, is still a good idea. Remaining Motivated A simple way to stay on track with your Taekwon-Do goals is to track your progress and improvements. This can be whatever your targets are a

When Can I Get a New Belt?

What to Look for in a Good Martial Art School - Part 5 - How can you progress? Fifth in a series to help you determine which martial art school is right for you or your child. Today's blog post provides another question to ask when you meet the instructor. Please contact me at arc.tkd@outlook.com if you have any questions or would like to be kept up to date on ITF SEQ activities and events. How often are the students able to be promoted to the next belt level? Most martial art schools will provide regular opportunities throughout the training year for their students to be examined and if successful promoted to the next belt level. The timeframe for the examinations will vary depending

Taekwon-Do Tuesday - August 2016

Welcome to our August 2016 collection of Taekwon-Do Tuesdays, which were published on our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accounts. Please contact us at arc.tkd@outlook.com if you have any questions or would like to be kept up to date on ITF SEQ activities and events. Have you ever wondered what the colours of the ITF Taekwon-Do belts mean? Well, wonder no more, as the colours and their significance is provided below. Our Taekwon-Do Tuesday posts for August 2016 featured a little Taekwon-Do history and some terminology we use in class. If you liked this blog, you may like these as well: Taekwon-Do Tuesday - July 2016

Throwback Thursday - September 2016

Welcome to Throwback Thursday Blog, which captures photos of students over the years and their progress. Our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accounts are where you'll first see our Throwback Thursday postings. So free feel to follow us on your favourite social media channel. Please contact me at arc.tkd@outlook.com if you have any questions or would like to be kept up to date on ITF SEQ activities and events. Today's Throwback Thursday is of two of our ITF SEQ adult black belts who started as white belts with us, Instructor Dale Morden and Brent Heath. These blackbelts were featured in August 2016 across our social media channels. Instructor Dale Morden started training with us in August 201

Throwback Thursday - August 2016

Welcome to Throwback Thursday Blog, which captures photos of students over the years and their progress. Our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accouts are where you'll first see our Throwback Thursday postings. So free feel to follow us on your favourite social media channel. Train Thailand 2012 This photo was taken in March 2012 during the Train Thailand training camp. A group of 60 students from Queensland travelled to Thailand to train for 3 days with Master Graham Moulden, who is the founder of the Queensland Self Defence and Taekwon-Do Academy and the President of the International Taekwon-Do Federation Thailand. In the photo, Sabum Rachanok is handing out water to Chief Instructor Jeff (

Self Defence Hacks - Part 3

Third of our series of self defence hacks, which are designed to help you adopt safe practices and increase your self defence awareness. Stay up to date with all our self defence hacks at our Instagram, Twitter and Facebook accounts. Feel free to contact us at arc.tkd@outlook.com if you have any questions or would like to be kept up to date with ITF SEQ events. Car Safety It never hurts to lock your car no matter how short a time you'll be away from it, even when paying for fuel. Plus don't leave items of value visibile inside your car even when it is locked. It only takes a second for a thief to smash a window and steal your item. Handbag Safety This is a perfect hack for when at a café/res

Do l Have to Compete?

What to Look for in a Good Martial Arts School - Part 4 - Main focus of the school Fourth in a series to help you determine which martial art school is right for you or your child. Today's blog post provides more questions to ask when you meet the instructor. Please contact me at arc.tkd@outlook.com if you have any questions or would like to be kept up to date on ITF SEQ activities and events. What is the main focus of the school? Is the training provided geared towards competing in tournaments or is the training focussed on the self defence aspect of the martial art? The instructor's answer to these questions will provide you with information on the school's operation as well as what and h

Self Defence Hacks - Part 2

Second of our series of self defence hacks, which are designed to help you adopt safe practices and increase your self defence awareness. Stay up to date with all our self defence hacks at our Instagram, Twitter and Facebook accounts. Feel free to contact us at arc.tkd@outlook.com if you have any questions or would like to be kept up to date with ITF SEQ events. Walking After Dark One for the ladies. Where possible, it is safest not to walk anywhere after dark. However when it is impossible to avoid, have a flat pair of shoes to change into. This will give you greater mobility and stability. Advise a Friend Where You're Going Sometimes we all have to meet someone for the first time and somet

Taekwon-Do Tuesday - July 2016

Belts - meanings of the colours and significance of how to wear. Wearing - wrap once around the waist which symbolises; the pursuit of one g

Training Tips - August 2016

Welcome to our August 2016 collection of training tips, which were published on our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accounts. Energy Levels at Training To increase your energy levels at training make sure you eat something 1-2 hours before you arrive at class. This way you're sure to get the most out of your Taekwon-Do class as you'll be alert and your blood sugar levels will be in a good range. Fitness Rather than sit on the lounge and just watch TV, multitask and ride your exercise bike during your favourite shows. You will feel like you have accomplished something and it will add to your fitness levels.

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