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Tournament : JKF Gojukai Australia 2017 - Wollongong 2 April 2017
 Posted by glenn on 2017/2/17 11:10:00 (231 reads)

JKFGOJUKAI Australia 2017
Shigenori Sato Sensei
Tatsuo Takagawa Sensei
Seiichi Fujiwara Sensei
Masao Tada Sensei
Glenn Stephenson Sensei
John Hart Sensei
Master Seminar and 27th JKF Gojukai Australia Tournament 2017
Seminar Friday 31 March & Saturday 1 April 2017 Wollongong Surf and Leisure Resort
WELCOME Party Novatel North Wollongong $65 per Head
Tournament Sunday 2 April 2017 Beaton Park Leisure Centre

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Activities : NEW Dojo in South West Sydney
Posted by glenn on 2017/2/17 9:50:00 (181 reads)

We are starting Karate Academy Illawong Alan Armitage Sempai and I are in partnership to develop Karate Classes in Wearne Bay Scout Hall, Clough Avenue Illawong. We are starting on Wednesday 1st March and will have celebrations and have moved our precious Black Belt Club Training from Fairfield to Illawong so that all can enjoy the new dojo.
Please come along and enjoy in the celebrations.
Contact Glenn on 0142668965

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Activities : Change of Venue Monday Nights
 Posted by glenn on 2017/1/14 3:00:00 (199 reads)

From 16 January 2017
Ashfild Dojo will change venue for Monday Nights to
260 Liverpool Road Ashfield.
Monday 6pm to 7pm
Peter Cross, Irene Williams Rooms (Activity Rooms 3&4)
After Hours through Glass doors at side down stairs.
Call Glenn 0412668965

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International NEWS : Training and Grading in Japan 2016
Posted by glenn on 2016/7/27 3:20:00 (377 reads)

Another successful training camp in for Seiwakai Australia in Omagari Japan
After 6 days of sweating it out then into Grading for Gojuryu Karate do Seiwakai students throughout the world a big congratulations to
Emile Kobayashi 1st Dan
Angus Douglas 2nd Dan
Karen Lee 2nd Dan
Charles Walker 2nd Dan
Sarah Paddick 2nd Dan
Naomi Higgs 3rd Dan
Damien Seidel 4th Dan
Roderick Martin 6th Dan

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International NEWS : Being a Karate Coach
 Posted by glenn on 2016/4/23 4:40:00 (626 reads)

Coach, an important criterion in the development of the Athlete
Because the relationship coach and athlete are important ...
In any sport, athlete and coach spend several hours each day together, either in training in preparation for the athlete, but also during the match, the one giving instructions and the other perform.
therefore, the relationship between the two is an important criterion in the development of the athlete. but they are all athletes and coaches good relationship between them? What should be the ideal relationship between athlete and coach? First, the coach in any sport need to have a separate relationship and communication with each athlete. At the beginning of each new year should bring together goals - short and makroprothesmous-, which will try to meet and during training and during each match. The coach also should seek to encourage, welcomes and encourages each athlete individually. The feedback is also an important element because every coach should give feedback after each race and workout so that the athlete knows the positive and t 'negative aspects of performance, and also to be improved. Every athlete, as distinct personality that is, needs a different approach. Particularly, in developmental ages coaches should be particularly cautious about how close and behave in athletes after an improper or incorrect behavior can lead the athlete even abandonment. Athletes should feel that their coach respects, he appreciates every effort, welcomes and gives them the motivation to continue. Note that most of the time the coaches are the standard of the athletes. The communication is, between the two plays an important and catalytic agent, the advancement and development of the athlete. Lack of communication leads the athlete to lose the orientation and motivation, finding it difficult to follow the right training program and generally feel confused and disappointed.

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