5739 Littlerock Rd SW suite 103 Tumwater, WA 98512
MEET THE NEW HEAD CO-ORDINATOR OF KIZEN, MASTER GARRETT COLLINS
HE WILL BE HOLDING A TOURNAMENT CLINIC SATURDAY, FEBURARY 3RD, 2018 @ 12:30 – 3:30
The cost for the Tournament Clinic is $25.00 per person and is being hosted by Aspire Karate at 5739 Littlerock Rd Suite 103 Tumwater WA. 98512. The cost of this clinic is usually $235.00. Pre-registration is required. Seating is limited, so please respond by January 30th by calling. (360) 214-2990 to register.
Master Garrett Collins has been training in Karate since the age of 4. He has been an Instructor for 23 years. Master Garrett began with the study of Butokukan where he earned his black belt under Sensei Jeff Dameral. Shortly after Master Garrett joined the US Marine Corps. While deployed Master Garrett began training in Tang Soo Do and San Soo Bat Qui kung fu. Master Garrett obtained his black belt in Tang Soo Do in 1998 and his black sash in 1999. While stationed in California and mainland Japan he earned a first-degree black belt in Seven Scroll Judo.
After leaving the Marine Corps. Master Garrett continued in his studies of Butokukan. In 2010 Master Garrett met Sensei Lori Hinds. After leaving the style of Butokukan in 2013, Master Garrett and Sensei Lori Hinds created the art of Bushido-Bu-Ryu, meaning the Way of the Military Warrior.
This year he was asked to run all the open tournaments in the state of Washington.
KEY CLINIC POINTS
Proper etiquette for individuals competing in events.
Proper etiquette for spectators.
How to increase your scoring in both Kumite and Kata, and avoid violations.
What is the Judges perspective?
Under Kata some clinic key points are:
Entering and exiting of the ring.
Under Kumite some clinic key points are:
Coaching during a tournament.
Power vs. Speed