We are excited to announce the official launch of our first ever Video Patterns Competition.
I hope this update finds you all well, as we all adapt to these unusual circumstances. If you have been checking the website lately, or following us on Facebook, you’ll know that we have also been adapting how we teach and train, with a number of our instructors getting involved to create new training materials, including videos & documents that can be found on the website.
If you head over to our Training Library, you will be able to find videos that include general training sessions for both our Little Ninjas classes, and our Taekwondo classes; specialised Strength & Conditioning training programs; and detailed Technical Application instruction.
We also have some fun activities planned. Read on to find out more…
Following the most recent advice from the Government of Ireland, schools will not re-open on March 30th. In line with current Department of Health recommendations, all Warrior Martial Arts clubs are closed, and will remain so for the foreseeable future.
With this in mind, the 2020 Black Belt Examinations will not take place in May, as originally planned. At present we will be unable to give a definite date for a rescheduled exam, but to give some degree of certainty to our students, we have decided that the exam will not take place before the Summer break.
To help our students in keeping up their training, we are gradually building a library of training materials on the website at https://warrior.ie/libraryWe would encourage all students to make use of this facility, and would love to hear how you are getting on with your training. We have just started by adding some quick videos of the patterns for all Colour Belt students, but will be adding a wide range of training materials, and online classes over the coming days.
Following government recommendations, all Warrior Taekwondo classes are cancelled until further notice. At present we are choosing to follow the Department of Education’s policy regarding school closures.
The current policy for schools in Read more