Monthly Archives: January 2018
Congrats to everyone that competed. Here are the full results
Jason Ryerson Gi Master Male White Belt 210 – 230: 2nd Place
No Gi Beginner Male Adult 210 – 230: 2nd Place
Adam Groesbeck Gi Adult Male White Belt 185: 4th place
No Gi Adult Male White Belt 185 : 4th place
Dan Laraby Gi Adult Male Blue under 135- 3rd place
Allison Laraby Gi Adult Female Blue under 120- 3rd place
Ed Abrasley No GI adult absolute 1st place
Jason Iorio Gi Master Male Blue 155 – 1st place
No GI intermediate master male male 155-1st place
Tyler Lalonde kids’ gi 8-9 yr white belt 55-65lbs, 3rd place
No gi 8-9 yr 55-65lbs beginner, 3rd place
Noah Lalonde kids’ gi 6-7 yr white belt under 45lbs, 2nd place
No gi 6-7 yr under 45lbs beginner, 2nd place
Ryan Fish 1st mens Gi white belt 230+,
2nd men’s intermediate no gi 230+
Stevie Angelinio Gi adult female white belt under 150 – 1st Place
Anthony Carella 3rd place adult blue belt GI
Congrats to 20 new Tai-Kai Blue Belts. On Saturday January 13, 2017 , we has 20 new students promoted to blue belt. We had young kids in their 20’s up to Women in their 50’s testing. We had 100 pound woman all the way up to over 200 lb men. We even had two husband and wives test together for their rank. Six new Women joined the rank of Blue Belt.It was a great test and really brought everyone together. This would not be possible without all the students, families, and ALL the instructors that teach and helped with the test. THANK YOU to everyone.
The actual test was 2 hours long. The first one and half hours was demonstration of basic technique including: submissions, escapes, takedowns, positions, sweeps , and of course SELF DEFENSE. Then they grappled for 30 minutes with no break getting a new partner every minute. At the end when they thought they were done , they had to go through some basic movements such as, shrimping, back breakfalls, rolls, sprawls, and butt scoots. Everyone looked great and I was really impressed with this group of new Blue Belts.
NEW BLUE BELTS
Enjoy the Pictures
Tai Kai will pay you to bring your friends in to train. If your friend signs up for a yearly membership you get cash. If they do a 12 month regular program you will get $100. If they do a 6 month Kickboxing only program you will get $50.
1) You will be able to do something fun with your friends
2) Bring More training partners in to Tai-Kai
3) EARN CASH doing it.
You can bring in as many people as you want and earn as much CASH as you are able to
Sorry Hurry up and get your friends in there