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  • Safety First

    Safety First

    At KickFit, we are focused on keeping students, families and instructors safe at all times. We continue to follow all social distancing rules: 1. Use hand sanitiser on arrival and departure. 2. Temperature checks for students on arrival. 3. Non-contact martial arts drills. 4. From Thursday 24 September, KickFit is legally required to log details of all students, visitors and staff for NHS Test and Trace. You must book into class using the Member App, for this purpose. 5. From Monday 28 September, Adults and parents, 18 years and older, must wear face covering arriving and leaving the dojo. (unless you have medical exemption). Thank You for your continued support ....

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  • It's So Good to be Back!

    It's So Good to be Back!

    Hello, students and families. My name is Renshi Howton, I'm the head instructor at KickFit Martial Arts schools - Langley.
    Today I'm going, to, walk you through some of our new safety protocols in preparation for reopening our school on 21st July 2020..
    Our first priority here at KickFit is your health and safety, so please take a moment to watch all of this video with your child.
    So we can all stay safe before, during and after lessons. Safety Video Click Here
    https://vimeo.com/440080168
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  • Give Us a Second Chance

    Give Us a Second Chance


    Are you missing KickFit as much as we’re missing you?
    There might be a few reasons why you stopped coming.
    We understand. Maybe life just got in the way.
    But perhaps right now is the perfect time to come back
    to on-line training.
    As a thank you for rejoining, your first 2 weeks back
    will be free 🥋 🏆
    Message Today with your name, contact phone number, last belt grade
    😀
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  • Get Ready, New Syllabus on the Way

    Get Ready, New Syllabus on the Way

    Get Ready … It’s Week 1 …. Means New Syllabus. Released On-Line this Wednesday 🎯 📮 Check Your Inbox ** Here’s How Your Martial Arts Syllabus is Taught ** Your syllabus is organised into 5-week teaching blocks. Each block is focused on a specific martial arts skill. For example: open hand form, weapons skills, Kenpo self-defence. Each block also has a specific set of kicking and punching skills performed on focus or Thai pads. These skills are carefully selected to work alongside the martial arts skill being practiced. The Instructor team will teach a total of ten, 5-week syllabus blocks ....

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  • Ready, Go for On Line Training

    Following the recent government advice for schools to close, Kyoshi Pankiewicz has had to take the difficult decision of pausing group lessons at all KickFit locations. KickFit is not closing but will transition to an on-line video-based training programme. There are 3 parts to this: 1. Video based real time syllabus training. Which you can complete at anytime twice a week or more. 2. A virtual class timetable, where there will be live training with an instructor at set class times. 3. Your instructor will also call you weekly to check on your progress and offer training tips.” Students should post a training photo or video in the KickFit Facebook group. You ....

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  • World Book Day, Readers are Leaders

    World Book Day, Readers are Leaders

    This week is World Book Day on Thursday. Kyoshi wanted me to remind you of the importance of reading. As you know, reading early helps you build independence and self-confidence. It opens up a whole new world of understanding and comprehension. Reading helps you make more sense of the world around you too. I want to encourage you to read a little and often to get your imagination going and increase your vocabulary. Here’s your instructor favourites.
    Renshi Howton: The Gruffalo
    I like how its shows that even a tiny mouse can be brave and out whit big and stronger animals just to carry on with his journey and even when met with the Gruffalo he tricks him into ....

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  • Resistance Makes Us Stronger

    Resistance Makes Us Stronger

    Black Belt Champions and High-Achievers would never become great without the benefit of resistance. None of the greatest Masters or Sensei’s in the Martial Arts would become as powerful as they have without the benefit of resistance. Motivational Speaker and Best Selling Author, Zig Ziglar, teaches "We should always be grateful for our problems." The reality is, the challenges we face every day, really do make us stronger. If everything in life came easy, everyone would be an instant Black Belt. In the real world, the people that solve the most complex problems, are worth the most value in society. In the Martial Arts, in school, at work, in business, we usually learn the ....

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  • Fighting Obesity

    Fighting Obesity

    Fighting Obesity. Martial arts is fitness with a purpose. There are few activities that offer the fitness benefits of a good martial arts class. Martial arts training demands a balance between the three components of fitness: strength, flexibility and endurance. A person who trains in martial arts will find their weakest areas greatly improved. And because their strength, flexibility and endurance are more balanced, adults and children will be less likely to injure themselves while participating in other athletic activities. ....

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  • Beginner Classes Now Enrolling

    Beginner Classes Now Enrolling

    Our program focuses on fitness, safety and self-defence, and provides a safe, positive, and respectful environment to learn new techniques and overcome kids' fears and challenges. We're Equipping Students with Lifelong Tools Students in our program develop skills that last a lifetime, from leading a class and helping new students to overcoming challenges in the classroom. Our programme is designed to teach kids the lessons of handwork, leadership, and perseverance. ....

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  • 5 ConversationQuestions to Ask Your Child

    5 ConversationQuestions to Ask Your Child

    5 Questions to ask your child instead of "How was school?" or "How was Karate?" 1. What was the best thing that happened today? 2. What was the hardest part of your day? 3. Tell or show me something you know today that you didn't know yesterday? 4. What made you laugh the hardest today? 5. Who would you like to be friends with and why? ....

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