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Club Rules & Regulations

(Subject to change at any time without prior notice)

Training Regulations & Requirements

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for Government Track & Trace purposes

Student Advice


The following points are to be adhered to when training


You will have your temperature taken before entering the Dojo, if it is over 38C you will be sent home. Temperatures must be taken and anybody found to have a high temperature should not be allowed to train. Anyone who displays COVID symptoms should leave and arrange for testing.

Barnsley
Thursdays class 4:00-5:00 (Children)
Thursdays class 5:00-6:00 (Adults)


Huddersfield
Saturdays class 4:00-5:00 (Children)
Saturdays class 5:15-6:15 (Adults)

All students to bring:
Be pre dressed In full Gi (Uniform)
Indoor/training shoes
Towel
Bottle of water/ still fruit juice (no fizzy drinks)
Mask/Face Covering

No Parents/Spectators allowed inside building at all:
Drop children at entrance.
Pick up outside entrance
.

Use Sanitiser at entrance to building and wash hands (top floor toilets) before entering dojo

Wash hands and use sanitiser when exiting dojo / building

training in large dojo on top floor, all bags to be neatly left at dojo entrance

social distancing to be observed at all times

outside shoes will be removed at dojo entrance and replaced with indoor/training shoes

soles of indoor/training shoes sanitised by Master Middleton before entering dojo


If drinks are required you should bring your own.

All area's other than the toilets and training hall are out of bounds. If you use the toilets you should wipe down anything you touch. equipment will be provided.


All student to come pre dressed in Gi (Uniform) as Changing rooms should not be used, except for people with disabilities and those with special needs.


When waiting to enter or leaving the dojo, social distancing of 2 metres should be maintained.

Classes must not include any contact training whatsoever including those from the same ‘bubble’.

There should be no kiai. Forcefully driving air from the body (as in shouting) increases the risk of droplets being spread and would require greater social distance needed between members as well as potentially infecting surfaces around the members.

Touching any part of the face should be discouraged while regular handwashing and/or hand sanisitisation should be strongly encouraged.

All clothing Should be washed Between Sessions.

Please keep checking the website for further updates.

(Apologies for any Duplicate Information)

General Rules


You will have your temperature taken before entering the Dojo, if it is over 38C you will be sent home. Temperatures must be taken and anybody found to have a high temperature should not be allowed to train. Anyone who displays COVID symptoms should leave and arrange for testing.


training in large dojo on top floor, all bags to be neatly left at dojo entrance

social distancing to be observed at all times

outside shoes will be removed at dojo entrance and replaced with indoor/training shoes

All area's other than the toilets and training hall are out of bounds. If you use the toilets you should wipe down anything you touch. equipment will be provided.


All student to come pre dressed in Gi (Uniform) as Changing rooms should not be used, except for people with disabilities and those with special needs.

All clothing Should be washed Between Sessions.

No Parents/Spectators allowed at present

The dojo and facilities must be thoroughly cleaned before returning to training.

When waiting to enter or leaving the dojo, social distancing of 2 metres should be maintained.

Classes must not include any contact training whatsoever including those from the same ‘bubble’.

Equipment should not be used. When using any equipment, ensure that it is sanitised both coming out and going back into the store room. With the sanitizer supplied.

When training inside the Dojo ALL doors to be open to enable a flow of fresh air.

At all times when instructing. Instructors to Wear a Face Covering.

There should be no kiai. Forcefully driving air from the body (as in shouting) increases the risk of droplets being spread and would require greater social distance needed between members as well as potentially infecting surfaces around the members. In this context, Instructors need to be mindful of their calls/commands and should seek to increase the distance between themselves and the assembled class.

Touching any part of the face should be discouraged while regular handwashing and/or hand sanisitisation should be strongly encouraged.

Following training, all areas which have been used should be cleaned.


Please keep checking the website for further updates.

(Apologies for any Duplicate Information)

Available Activities
(Social Distancing)
(Solo Activity / Non Contact)

Fitness & Cardio Drills
(Solo Drills)

Kihon

(Basics or Fundamentals)
Stances, Punches, Kicks, Blocks, Evasions, Etc.
(Solo Drills)

Renraku-Waza
(Combination Techniques)
(Solo Drills)

8 Ohyo Gumite
Semi-Free Fighting
(Seperate Solo Drills Attack Side/Defence Side)

10 Kihon Gumite
[Yakusoku Kumite]
(Basic or Fundamental Fighting)
(Seperate Solo Drills Attack Side/Defence Side)

12 Sanbon Gumite:
(3-Step Fighting)
6 Kick Blocks
6 Punch Blocks
(2 Body Blocks, 4 Head Blocks)
+ 2 Arm-Lock Variations
(Seperate Solo Drills Attack Side/Defence Side)

15 Kata
(Solo Patterns or Forms)
Pinan Nidan
Pinan Shodan
Pinan Sandan
Pinan Yo(n)dan
Pinan Godan
Kushanku
Naihanchi (Shodan)
Chinto
Seishan
Bassai (Dai)
Niseishi
Wanshu
Rohai (Shodan)
Jitte (Jutte)
Jion

Supplementary Drills and Exercises
(Solo Drills)

Aspects of Weapons Training
(Solo Drills)

Unavailable Activites
(No Social Distancing Possible)
(Paired & Group Activity/ Contact Based)

Jiyu Kumite / Sparring
(Sparring with Protective Gear)
(Pairs Drills)

Goshin Jutsu / Self Defence
(Self Defence)
Pairs Drills / Group Drills

Makiwara / Pad (Bag) Work
(Pad Drills/Bag Work)
Pairs Drills

Kata Bunkai - [Kaishaku / Kaisetsu]
(Applications of techniques found in Kata)
[Kaisetsu: Application / Explanation, Kaishaku: Interpretation, Bunkai: Analysis]
(Pairs Drills / Group Drills)

Groundwork / Grappling practice, (Tameshiwari) Board Breaking
(Pairs Drills / Group Drills)

Non Syllabus Supplementary Elements for Dan Grades (Paired Drills)
Idori (Kneeling Defence)
Tanto dori (Knife Defence)
Shinken Shira-ha Dori / Muto Dori (Sword Defence)
Kumite Gata (Application of Kata Techniques)
Gyaku-Nage Dori & Taoshi-Waza (Throws & Take-Down Techniques)
Joshi Goshin Jutsu (Womens Self Defence)