Borehamwood Thursday (U16’s) Ju Jitsu Club
Monthly Report
October 2015

Fantastic war faces!

Fantastic war faces!

Congratulations to Oliver Eaves (Infant class), and Kearan Badgery (Junior Class) for receiving student of the month for October 2015. Oliver has made a cracking start and continues to perform every lesson, likewise goes for Kearan. Nice to see you both working hard!

Congratulations to the students of the month for October 2015

Congratulations to the students of the month for October 2015

I would like to welcome Ruby Ghioc, Daniel and Sebastian Beszczynski to the infant class – all our new students have settled in really well and are enjoying classes.

This month the infant and junior classes worked on a defence from a kick – the younger infant class performed a basic form of the technique to allow them to grasp it easy; they would finish off with a controlled take down. The junior class would do the same start but finish off with a takedown, ankle lock and nice controlled axe kick. The children really enjoyed this and were keen to practice this many times

Fitness time.

Fitness time.

We have also enjoyed working on defences from leg scissors, first of all I would get the student that was lying on the floor to learn and perform the leg scissors to try and control their partner whilst the person caught between the legs to escape using their elbows to press down on the inside of the crossed legs. They all quickly learnt that once caught in the right place that it could be quite painful but some students preferred to laugh the pain off – there were also some cool looking faces… they would finish off the technique by getting out of the legs and getting to side control.

This may hurt!

This may hurt!

We decided to work on the student’s front and rear breakfalls. Most students struggle with landing on to their forearms; they tend to use just their hands and if allowed to do so will create a bad habit; if they fall outside they then run the risk of unfortunately damaging their wrists, so we made a big emphasis on trying to get it right. The back breakfall is also an essential part of their breakfalls and used whilst performing their defences against a kick.

Well-done to Sebastian Beszczynski on you back breakfalls…

Well-done to Sebastian Beszczynski on you back breakfalls…

This month Ishin Ryu placed on another event called “Family Fun Day,” this was an evening where parents could come onto the mat with their child/children and get a little hot and sweaty and try do what their children do on a week-to-week basis. All in all, it was a fantastic evening with parents really enjoying themselves. Each parent that came onto the mat would contribute £5 to participate; all money raised went to our charity “Hounds For Heroes,” (http://houndsforheroes.com) I would like to say thank you for all those that participated – your donation is going to a fantastic cause.

Next month we have the children’s gradings and presentations, good luck to you all – you have paced a lot of effort into your training…

Please visit our website www.ishinryu.com as much as possible as I submit reports every month about the students training during the previous month. This is a great opportunity to see if you have been mentioned or appear in a photo.

We also have the new calendar page where you can have a look at upcoming events so you can plan ahead. You can also leave feedback on each of the reports or comment on your son/daughters club and share them to your Facebook pages.

If you have any questions or you are unsure of anything, please catch me at the club where I will be happy to help!

If you are on Facebook, please can you send me and Kevin Pell a friend request so if we need to pass on information quickly I can contact you, and when the reports go up I can share it to your Facebook page so you get it straight away.

Nice technique performed by Dylan Alter

Nice technique performed by Dylan Alter

More fitness for the adults.

More fitness for the adults.

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