He then moved on to Karate and over a period of time studied four different styles. During this time he also trained in JuJitso. He settled with Tae Kwon Do at the age of 22 and has stayed with thisdiscipline ever since. Mr Murphy states that Taekwon-do is first and foremost a Martial Art and competing is only a small part of this discipline. It is the individuals choice whether or not to compete.
The Edge Gym is a Martial Arts and Boxing Academy in the West End of Glasgow. All levels of fitness and skills are welcome, from beginners interested in general fitness and weight loss, to theprofessional athlete wishing to sharpen up their skills and compete at the highest level. We also offer ONE to ONE SESSIONS, or small groups wishing to train together.
Our first DaeDo training event of the year. With 2015 expected to be a big year for TeamRaw we encourage all our members to attend these events to prepare for national and international events. Don'tbe worried to come along and take part all ability levels will be catered for and emphasis is on development.
Owned and operated by MMA Strength & Conditioning Coach, Brian Fernie- based in Livingston and Edinburgh. If you're a combat athlete, martial artist, boxer or MMA fighter- professional or amateur- youneed to train with us! Has a varied background in sports having studied and practiced traditional and sport karate for a number of years before and during his time in the Military. He has also competed in triathlons, boxing, basketball and running covering all levels from novice to semi -professional.
Chief Instructor Jim Ross 6th Dan started Karate in May 1975 at the John Wrights Sport Centre in East Kilbride, withthe Scottish Budokan which was run by former Scottish Karate Coach Alex McGregor.During this period Jim attained the grade of 1st Kyu but had to take some time out from his training due to ill health. Jim returned to his training in 1979 with local East Kilbride instructor Eddie Welsh who was at the time with Sensei Asanos SKI International.
XS Taekwon-do in Scotland was founded in July 1995 by Marie McAneny, 5th Degree International Instructor. She has since opened clubs across Scotland from East to West and you will not find just oneinstructor but, a team of professional full time instructors dedicated to ensuring each student receives individual instruction.
Fit Inc. Studio Gym is the home of T.O.D. Coaching Scotland's Premier Leading Personal Training and Fitness provider. T.O.D. Coaching was formed in 2004 as a personal training company and quicklybecame an industry leader with regard to personal, functional and alternative training. The company only employ the highest quality personal trainers which comes as standard and every personal trainer is highly qualified and motivated.
The chief instructor of Ultimate Taekwon-Do is Master David Brown, 7th Dan, with over 30 years experience in martial arts fitness training. He has built up a great team of instructors who arededicated to helping you get what you want from your martial arts classes. Under Master Browns guidance many individuals have developed their fitness and confidence to enable them to push personal boundries further than they could ever have imagined.
The aims and objectives of JKS Scotland are to foster, administer and advance the art of traditional Shotokan Karate. Our goal is to teach, motivate, educate and guide our students and instructorswhile promoting exemplary ethics in Karate-Do. We promise to do this through regular training of the highest order, course and grading events, special courses, and of course, competitions for both junior and senior alike.
We are an indepedent Ki Aikido club, training according to the principles of SHIN SHIN TOITSU DO (unification of mind and body) and SHIN SHIN TOITSU AIKIDO (Aikido with mind and body unified) astaught by Sensei Koichi Tohei. The club was established over 40 years ago by Sensei Matt Tennant who is still the chief instructor, bringing his wide experience and understanding of Aikido to training.