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Belting success for club students

PUBLISHED: 12:39 18 February 2010 | UPDATED: 16:44 30 June 2010

Successful East Coast Black Belt School students.

Successful East Coast Black Belt School students.

The East Coast Black Belt School held gradings for its karate members. Those taking part were required to demonstrate a variety of set kicks, punches and other moves, with the higher graded participants having to master increasingly complex kata, which are set combinations of moves and exercises.

The East Coast Black Belt School held gradings for its karate members. Those taking part were required to demonstrate a variety of set kicks, punches and other moves, with the higher graded participants having to master increasingly complex kata, which are set combinations of moves and exercises.

Particularly pleasing for the club's instructors was the number of junior members who were able to take their first gradings towards their black belt.

The East Coast Black Belt School is to hold its first intra-club competition this month where members, including juniors, will have an opportunity to try out their skills and stamina against their peers in a range of categories, including fighting and kata sections.

The East Coast Black Belt School has training sessions around Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft.

For further details contact Steven Webster on 07969 339596.


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