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rezbi



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PostSubject: New Club in Lancashire   Sun Dec 01, 2013 6:02 am

Mods, hope this is okay. If not feel free to remove it.

Check out my Facebook page for more updates:
Hakai Waza Close Quarter Combat Academy


UPDATE: 18/January/2014

The classes will now start on Sunday 26/January/2014. Times, etc. are still the same. No Saturday classes, for now.

Hakai Waza literally means 'Techniques of Destruction' and is a pure reality based self defence system.

Code:
If you'd like personal training, the cost will be 10ph at my home or 20ph at the gym (due to hiring costs). You won't get personal training of this kind for this price at many places I know of.

Please call 07852 515282 for more info.


I'm opening a new club in Accrington, Lancashire. It's about four miles away from Blackburn town centre.

It's called the Hakai Waza CQC Academy situated in a fully kitted gym with numerous punch bags, matted floor and a boxing ring.

Code:
First Session Free
HAKAI WAZA CQC
For Adults Ages 16+ Only
Saturday and Sunday 3pm - 5pm
5 per session
Code:
First Session Free
MUAY THAI
KICKING BOXING
For Kids Only Ages 7 to under 16
Saturday and Sunday 11am - 12.30pm
3.50 per session
At

Tyson's Fitness Factory
Victoria Street,
Accrington, BB5 0PG

Call me if you want more info: 07852 515282


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PostSubject: Re: New Club in Lancashire   Sun Dec 01, 2013 7:03 am

Feel free to ask questions here as I'll be monitoring this thread.
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PostSubject: Re: New Club in Lancashire   Tue Dec 03, 2013 1:17 am

Hi rezbi,

Good luck with the club. Let us know how it goes.
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PostSubject: Re: New Club in Lancashire   Tue Dec 03, 2013 4:50 am

Peter wrote:
Hi rezbi,

Good luck with the club. Let us know how it goes.
Thanks, mate.
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PostSubject: Re: New Club in Lancashire   Tue Jan 14, 2014 3:13 am

Just wanted to apologise to those people who turned up and found the club closed. While I informed others I've been so busy I forgot to update this page.

I've had to do a lot of traveling recently and could not get the club started as promised.

I will be opening up very soon, so please keep a lookout on this page, or give me a call before you go.

Also, judging by when most people were showing up, it seems the best times, so far, are Sundays.

Please let me know, by phone, if you would prefer Saturdays. If there are enough people, I'll get that going, too.
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PostSubject: Re: New Club in Lancashire   Sun Jan 26, 2014 2:28 pm

What a start. I drove to the club wondering if anyone will turn up. It was raining with wind from all directions. And I mean WIND!

I figured my first day was going to be a bust. Five minutes went by; then 10. I got ready and decided to do some warm up and calisthenics.

Heck, if no one else is gonna turn up then I'm getting a workout, at least.

Another five minutes later four brothers walk in with their dad. Well, Three brothers and a cousin.

Things were looking up.

I got them doing a few laps running, with press-ups in between. Did some stretches, squats and got started with the footwork.

People - especially kids - don't usually like footwork, but it's one of the most important things to get right. if you can't get into position during a fight you're stuffed.

Somehow I manged to get them enthusiastic about it and they loved it. Then onto punches, elbows and finally some kicks. The Muay Thai roundhouse kick to be exact.

They did deal, considering it was their first time doing any martial arts.

Finished off with more running, calisthenics and stretching.

A good start. Not bad for the first day.

Let's see if they come back next week.

Got home and had a call from someone asking if the adults' class is on tonight. So, I know there's going to be at least one person showing up there.

Reality based close quarter combat is my specialty. Looking forward to it.

Edit: Just did the evening session. One person turned up. Good enough to begin with. Especially as I had cancelled a few times.

He said he enjoyed it and thought it was a good class. That's all I'm saying. I don't want people calling me big-headed Smile.
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