On average, it takes three years’ training for Olympic athletes to reach the black belt status!
We are now well over half way into The Saturday Sessions 2012 and have only four sports left! These sessions have proved highly successful thanks to the involvement of organisations like Walsall Tae kwon-do Club, who hosted last Saturdays Olympic 2012 Session.
Taekwondo is a Korean martial art and the national sport of South Korea, as well as a recognised Olympic Sport. In Korean, taekwondo may be loosely translated as “the way of the hand and the foot.”
Because of the high-kicking fast-paced style of Tae Kwon Do, it is an exciting way to get fit for those of any age, and to compete in major events if you want to take the sport more seriously.
Walsall Tae Kwon-Do Club are always open to new members. For more info please visit http://www.walsall-tae-kwon-do-club.co.uk/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming sports remaining include Trampolining
, Hockey, Water Polo
and Handball!Sports prizes are also awarded to participants based on attendance, more details about this will be released shortly. These sessions are completely free for Children and Young people aged 8-16 years from Walsall. They run every Saturday 10.am-12.oopm at Joseph Leckie