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Kyorugi Class

Kyorugi Class

Arizal Hanafi 06-Desember-2019
Sparring is really a culmination of all of your Taekwondo training. All the warm ups, and all the kicking drills were meant to prepare you for these fighting sessions. Students are typically paired with other students who are of similar weight, height, and belt level. However, in an effort to help certain students improve, Instructors will occasionally pair students with higher belt levels.

In school settings, sparring sessions typically last about five minutes per bout. These sessions can be very tiring, as they are usually the very last part of the whole training session, prior to the cool down stretches. After doing all kinds of different kicking drills, and the various forms, some students may find themselves a bit worn out. What’s more, all sparring students are required to wear all full body protective gear, including a mouth guard, which may cause difficulty breathing.
 
The objective of every sparring session is pretty simple; kick your opponent, and avoid your opponent’s kick. A kick to the chest guard will reward you one point, while a kick to the head will reward you two points. The same rules apply to your opponent, so you need to also dodge, block or counter your opponent’s attacks. Whoever scores the most points is declared the winner after. Sparring can be one of the more dangerous parts of your training. If you’re not careful, you may be seriously injured. So it is important to always be alert and ready for different types of attacks. Be ready to learn with an open heart as well; often times, Instructors will give the students constructive criticism both during and after each bout.

Training Schedule

Thursday
19.00 - 21.00

Sunday
08.00 - 10.00

Sunday
16.00 - 18.00

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