The Bishops (U16’s) Ju Jitsu Club
Monthly Report
August 2015

Linnden Turner performing a nice throwing technique!

Linnden Turner performing a nice throwing technique!

Congratulations to Matthew Blackaller and Alfie Turner for remaining students of the month for August 2015, both continue to work hard and so were awarded for the month of August. Keep it up boys you’re doing really well!

Congratulations to the students of the month receiving the award for August 2015

Congratulations to the students of the month receiving the award for August 2015

The children finished School ready for summer holidays and most were getting ready to go away on their hols… this included the caretaker who went away for a nice summer break, This meant that the Bishops Ju Jitsu school was closed for a few weeks – this did not disturbed the classes too much as we were able to do catch up lessons to make up time that we had lost.

Sensei Del Shannon being strangled by Finley Tilly

Sensei Del Shannon being strangled by Finley Tilly

Young Finley Tilly has really settled into classes well, he has lots of confidence and is very keen to come forward to try out new techniques. Even though it was summer holidays Finley was very keen to come to class and perfect his basic techniques. While the class was quiet, Finley worked lots on his basic breakfalls and worked hard on some ground hold techniques.

Girls enjoying classes…

Girls enjoying classes…

The junior class work similar to infant classes but were able to advance on some of the techniques due to their age and mental skills. We worked on a figure of four armlock and making it a little bit more exciting by creating a game from it – this would only start once everyone was confident with the technique being practised. During the lessons we also worked on our fitness by performing relay races whereupon they could race against their team members.

I think he’s got you Alfie Turner!

I think he’s got you Alfie Turner!

I was really happy to see Shaydon Winters return to the Bishops Ju Jitsu classes. Shaydon felt he needed a little break from the class but was super excited to get back to training, as soon as Shaydon started to grapple and get involved with the students he was back into the swing of things. Shaydon got to class as much as possible including the catch up lessons that we had on Fridays.

Linnden Turner working on his weapons Kata!

Linnden Turner working on his weapons Kata!

Linnden Turner from the teenager class also got himself to training during summer break. Linnden has steadily been working towards his next belt, which is orange and giving a little dabble into green. As Linnden is moving forward in the belts we are working harder on his fitness, ready for him to attempt his grading in December.

I hope that wall is strong enough!

I hope that wall is strong enough!

I hope that you have had a lovely summer break but I look forward to seeing you back at the class ready the training. For a few of you will be advancing to your next school and learning new skills to better yourself in life.

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!

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If you have any friends that would like to come a long and give Ju Jitsu a try-out, remember we offer

TWO FREE LESSONS – “you never know, they might enjoy it”

 

Many thanks,
Del Shannon Sensei

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