Tournaments and Seminars
Annual Unified TaeKwon-Do Championships: May 5, 2012, Saskatoon, Canada
Hanna, Alberta: November 26, 2011
Contact: Matt Chostner (403) 821-1690 or email@example.com
Stettler, Alberta: January 28, 2012
Contact: Dave Hargreaves (403) 588-6478 or firstname.lastname@example.org
UNIFIED TAEKWON-DO INTERNATIONAL
Black-Belt / Instructor / Curriculum Seminar:
Saturday November 5, 11:00AM in Wetaskiwin, Alberta.
- hosted by Chief Inst. Hetlinger, Hetlinger TaeKwon-Do
Our recent curriculum seminar held in Stettler October 1st was a great success! We covered: self-defence, forms, fundamentals and step-sparring. We also reviewed and practiced the Official UTI Tournament 3-2-1 Point Sparring rules and regulations. Here are some comments from seminar participants:
- What we did go over was very good ... I really wish I could train with you (GMK) more often.
- I enjoyed and will use the self defense- components. Thank you for the experience. I look forward to the next seminar.
- It's good to get everybody on the same page with tournament sparring and forms. Some grey areas were made more black & white.
- Very helpful in clarification on selfdDefense ... also very pleased to hear there will be more opportunities to train with you (GMK) at the front of the room.
- Receiving instruction and demonstration of ALL techniques by GMK and chief instructors was extremely beneficial.
- Seminar was great with clarification onpre-actions for forms and sparring point clarification. Your explanations were great and knowing that we are teaching correctly and/or correcting our teaching is always a great experience.
- The length of the seminar allowed enough time to fully explore the relavent aspects of the curriculum.
- Very informative. Answered many of my questions and raised some other points I hadn't even considered.
- The clarification of sparring points, rules and techniques was very helpful and I hope everyone applies the facts. Stance and pre-actions were valuable additions to the seminar. Your (GMK) clear cut answers were perehaps the most valuable aspect of the seminar.