Italy Seminar - 5th and 6th of November, 2011

Host: Gennaro Frattaruolo
Location: Trieste,  Makoto School
Date: Saturday and Sunday, November 5th and 6th, 2011
Contact: Gennaro Frattaruolo
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Phone: +393313712303

Germany Seminar - 26th & 27th of November, 2011

Host: Ralf Schmidbauer
Location: Frankfurt, Germany
Date: Saturday & Sunday, the 26th and 27th of November, 2011
Contact: Ralf Schmidbauer
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Mini Camp - 8th & 9th Oct 2011


Members: Pay here 200 pounds
Non-Members: Pay here 250 pounds
Basement Students: Pay here 50 pounds

May 2010 - 5 Day Camp

May Camp 2010This years camp in May was more of a success than I had thought it was going to be. There were folk who attended that I had forgot about, so when everybody arrived I was more than shocked. The thing I had planned to do was to get everybody together before the camp so that everybody could meet guys who knew each other and guys who haven't met yet. So, I told all who were coming to come to my school at 21,00 on Sunday night.

History Channel - 2009

History ChannelThe day the history channel came to Glasgow was a very tiring day for us all. All my guys were there for over 6 hrs just doing stuff in the background, but what you see on the documentary HOW BRUCE LEE CHANGED THE WORLD, is only a very small part of all the action that happened on the day. It took a bit of time just to set things up before we could get into action; once the track was laid and the camera in place then we were off and running.

May 2009 - 5 Day Camp

5 Day CampThe 5 day camp was held in May of 2009. The purpose of the camp was to train folk who would like to run small groups, and eventually teach folk. The camp itself was attended well and was set over five days Monday to Friday, 5 hrs each day. It really didn't matter what level of instruction people had before or who taught them. I started at the beginning and progressively taught from the ground up; meaning the stance, footwork, etc and then punching kicking ect.

3rd Annual Gung Fu BBQ 2009

Gung Fu BBQBy Sean Grant

Image an event where some of the greatest martial artists of the day could attend and not have to put on a seminar, supervise training, or exert any physical energy except to lift an arm for eating. Now imagine that if these martial artists could bring their families & close friends and enjoy themselves, meet new people (even those not in the martial arts community), feed their faces, feel safe and swap stories of yesteryear and today.

FOO Action

Well I was approached by the BBC initially to teach jkd to an actor Eddie shin, a few guys had written a story and had done some comic books a few years ago. The BBC had picked this up and decided to make a pilot of the show to see how it goes, anyway I was introduced to this actor who was a Korean American and had done a few things on the TV in the states, ER as well as few other less well known shows. Eddie was an okay guy to teach, very nice and respectful, he was a very fast learner and picked it up very quick. I was assisted by one of my students to teach him the moves, Susan tang worked with Eddie on moving punching and kicking.

Basic Supplementary Exercises

As you know to improve your game in any sport you have to be willing to put in a bit of extra time doing supplementary training. This is different from your actual training at class and is just as important, there are many things that a martial artist must do to get better results, like improving flexibility, gaining strength, or improving stamina. All these things can be achieved through supplementary work.

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