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Above Coundon Social club. Shorncliffe Road. Coundon. Coventry. CV6 1GP

TSTUK Dragons program

TSTUK were the first group in the area to do a Martial Arts syllabus for the 4-7 year old range with our successful “Small but mighty Warrior” program that has now ran for over 10 years. This program as not only gone on to produce Black belts in later years, but has also produced World Champion Taekwon-Do fighters.

We have seen the need to break down this syllabus even further and create a Dragon program which will allow us to reward children more regularly.

Some children currently on the Warrior program will transfer to the Dragons program which will lead them to the same eventual goal, but allow for smaller more regular rewards to keep their interest and benefit their development.

Zoe is also running this more broken down program to take children even younger. A Wednesday day time class has started to integrate children from 2 ½ onto the Dragons program at an earlier level.

If your child has been asked to move to the dragons program and you don’t understand why or what it is, please ask, but in short it is the same system but allows for more achievable goals between current tips to maintain the interest of the children.

The system is designed to improve, listening, coordination, gross motor skills and balance among all the other benefits of Martial Arts classes.

Private or semi Private sessions

These are great for students leading up to grading’s or competitions, available in any area of Taekwon-Do, also with any instructor you wish, so long as they are available and willing.

Well done to the TSTUK students who graded at this years annual Black Belt grading. A 5 hour test in the heat of the summer.

Grilled by the grading panel on patterns, sparring, theory, breaking, self defence, set sparring and more. What an achievement all. Well done and remember….. The journey starts now.

Competition success:

COVENTRY TaeKwon-Do’s elite squad came away with an astonishing 63 medals at the English ITF Championships in Derbyshire.

Every single member of the team came back from Alfreton with at least one medal.

Each competitor took part in four categories which are the main disciplines: sparring, patterns, board breaking and special technique.

The squad all train at Coventry’s new full-time international TaeKwon-Do centre based in its own purpose built training facility above Coundon Social Club.

Zoe Tizick, who manages the centre, said “The squad had gone above and beyond the expectation we had for them.

“It’s the best results and strongest squad since we attended the World Championships in 2012.”

Jon Tizick, who coached the squad to victory on the day, is now looking for similar success as he heads to Lincolnshire to coach the national RAF squad in preparation for the inter services championships at the end of the month.

The Coventry team are back in action in September with eyes for some on a trip to Poland for the European Championships.

Click HERE for report.

Mr and Mrs Tizick were invited by the ITC (International Taekwon-Do Council to visit Master Russel Perks dojang in Kidderminster to give a presentation on how they successfully went about getting TSTUK from 0 students to a full time studio.

Master Clive Harrison invited them to guest speak at ITC chairman's Mr John NcNally event.

The presentation was a great success and people took a lot of good ideas away. Mr and Mrs Tizick also learnt a lot from Master Perks and his dojang and will be making a few changes to thelay out and design of the TSTUK studio over the next few months.

FULL FULL FULL…. All warrior and junior classes are now full and we have started a waiting list for classes, please if you miss a class and need to catch up, contact us to arrange a day to do so as the classes are too full to just turn up without notice.

If you wish to change the day you train again please arrange so in advance.

Our new adult only class also starts this Tuesday at 7:30, if you know someone who would like to try Taekwon-Do and is a total beginner let them know…..