Borehamwood Saturday Ju Jitsu Club
Monthly Report, September 2014

The teenager class with their six year awards.

The teenager class with their six year awards.

In the infant class I would like to say congratulations to Koray Burmali for becoming student of the month for September. He works so hard in every lesson and he is a fantastic student to teach. Keep up the good work Koray well done.

The infant class have been going over some of the basics from how to bow in and out of the Dojo to throwing their training partner to the floor and holding them down. This has been a really big help to all the students even the high grades have all been helping the new students in the class. Rafi Cohen being the most senior grade has shown amazing skill in the class helping the new ones with how to bow and showing them the Ishin Ryu way. He is not shy when it comes to meeting new students and is always ready to help anyone in the class.
Some of the high grades have also been learning some arm locks from standing which we have not gone over in some time, all the high grades where loving this and got stuck in with nice loud OSU!!!!. One pair that got the locks straight away where Peter Wakaba and Jared Kurensky, they both work well together and train hard. To finish off we had some new games with the kids for working so hard we played old school tug of war and also got the ring out and played some super sumo all the students had so much fun.

In the junior class I would like to say a big well done to Taylor Sheehan for becoming this month’s student of the month. Taylor works very hard in lesson but also out of lesson time to; he also comes down on a Tuesday and helps with the infant class with me and Sempai Jack this is amazing to see someone really loving his Ju Jitsu keep it up.

The junior class have also been going over some new and old moves from the ground and standing from arm bars and chocks from the floor, to shoulder locks and wrist locks from a grab or an attack. The students have really enjoyed this. Two students that have put 100% in to their training and put the locks and chocks in to practice when grappling are Nabrissa Badu and Molly Wingate the two girls are not scared to get stuck in with the boys and they come out on top most of the time.

With it being the school holidays and loads of students going away we had loads of fun with the kids bringing back some old games that me and Sempai Jack use to play as kids. So we got out some old belts and played old school tug of war and also Super sumo the juniors loved it even when myself and Sempai jack got involved bring back loads of child hood memories.

The teenagers have been knuckling down on their syllabus work, with most of the students at orange belt going to green they have being getting stuck in to wall defences and having loads of fun with dropping throws.

I would also like to say a big well done to Thomas Waite, Uri First, Jack Morse, Lucas Badu and Daniel Blackman on receiving a six year award for commitment to training. Six years is a long time and most of them started in the infant class and worked their way up to the teenager class very well done to them all keep up the hard work guys…

I would also like to welcome to the class Zac Kaufman to the teenager class I know you are really enjoying the ground holds and also the weapons work keep up the hard work Zac you are doing amazing in the class.

Student of the month for Infants Koray Burmali

Student of the month for Infants Koray Burmali

The infant class working hard on their grabs from behind

The infant class working hard on their grabs from behind

Sam Joseph chocking Sempai Jack in grappling

Sam Joseph chocking Sempai Jack in grappling

Student of the month for the junior’s class Taylor Sheehan

Student of the month for the junior’s class Taylor Sheehan

Peter Wakaba about to escape from an attack over the arms

Peter Wakaba about to escape from an attack over the arms

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