11/3/2015 10:47:36 AM
10/7/2015 6:27:40 PM
8/7/2015 2:35:45 PM
8/7/2015 4:34:11 AM
Citywest Hotel, Dublin, Ireland
Rishi Kul Vidya Peeth, Sonepat
Organizers:Haryana Taekwon-Do Federation, (Sonepat)
Promoter:Indian ITF Taekwon-Do Federation (ITF)
Swati Thakar, (2nd degree), International Assistant Instructor & International Referee of ITF.
Venue: - Rishikul Vidyapeeth, Devru Road, Sonepat-131001 (Haryana) http://rishikul.in/
29thDec. 2015 :Team Arrival/Reporting timeMorning or Evening
29thDec. 2015:Umpire course at tournament hall.(4 pm to 6 pm)
(will be Conducted by IITF Gen. , fees Rs. 1000/-)
29thDec. 2015:Weighing(05:00pm to 07pm)
29thDec. 2015:Congress meeting(07.30pm to 8.30pm)
29th Dec.2015:Black belt Examination(9:00pm to 10:00pm)
30thDec. 2015:Tournament will start (10:00 am – 06:00 pm)
31thDec.2015:Tournament will continue (09:00 am – 06:00 pm)
31th Dec. 2015:Closing Ceremony(05:00 pm – 08:00 pm
1st Jan. 2016:Departure of all teams (Before 10 am)
1.Individual Sparring:Unlimited Participation.
2.Individual Tuls:8th gup to 1st gup (4 participants per team/state team) (No age limit)
3.Group Sparring:minimum 3 participants maximum 5 (per team/state).
4.Group Tul :minimum 3 participants maximum 5 (per team/state).
a)The state participating should be affiliated with “INDIAN ITF TAEKWON-DO FEDERATION (ITF)” which is the sole representative of “INTERNATIONAL TAEKWON-DO FEDERATION” in India, whichever is applicable on the entry form positively; otherwise the forms are liable to be rejected.
The participant must be 8thGup (Yellow Belt) and above and should have their IITF Membership number on the entry form.
IITF Membership Card:-
a)One stamp size photograph of the participants and officials with their designation should be enclosed/ stapled with the entry form for identity Card. (states who will send all details before 1st Dec. 2015 with official details will get tournament ID card only.)
Entry Fees: Contact to State ITF TKD President/Secy
Medals – 1, 2, 3, 3rd place winners.
DATE OF BIRTH CERTIFICATE:-
The Participants below 18 years of age shall submit their date of birth certificate in proof of their age along with the entry form.
BOARDING & LODGING:(Include in entry fees)
Lodging and boarding will be include in entry fees and it will provided by organizing tournament committee
Boarding: 29th Dec. 2014:Only Dinner
: 30th Dec. 2014:Breakfast, lunch, dinner.
: 31th Dec. 2014:Breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Lodging: staying facility will be available from 29th Dec.2015, to 31th Dec. 2015.
•If any of the state want lunch at tournament venue on 29th Dec. 2015, then they have to order prior and have to submit 50% amount before 1st dec 2015 to us.
•Same if any of the state want breakfast on 1st jan 2016,then they have to submit 50% amount before 1st Dec. 2015. (We will provide packed food your journey).
Safety equipment’s are necessary and compulsory for all participants .it is the duty of state association to provide safety equipment’s to the participants. Organizing committee is not responsible and will not provide on the spot. If anybody needs safety equipment’s and dress, then they have to contact immediately to the IITF H.Q Delhi.
UNIFORM (DOBOK) FOR PARTICIPANTS:-
a)All participants shall wear the Taekwon-Do Dobok approved by IITF strictly i.e. full sleeved
tapered shirt with a tree shape logo on back and badge on the side of chest, trousers
without pocket and with the word ITF on both sides of the knees and belts without any
lettering on it.
b)Don’t come without iitf approved dress.
a)All the umpire /judges shall wear ITF approved uniform i.e. dark blue trousers (NOT JEANS), with
full sleeved white shirt, dark blue tie and pure white sports shoes (not with any colour stripe on
b)Only iitf approved & selected/invited umpire/official is eligible. (Don’t come without invitation
from iitf or selected from state president.
c)If anyone found without invitation, he/she will not be attended by organizing committee.
d)Official umpires; cannot meet parents in the duty hours, strictly prohibited.
STATE TEAM MANAGER:-
a)Only one team one manager will be allowed.
a) Any guest (parents, relatives, others) are welcome but they have to arrange their lodging
boarding with their own they cannot stay with the participants.
b)If state association recommends the list of guests before 26th Nov. 2013, only they can be
allowed to stay with the participant but they have to pay Rs. 1000/- per person.
All teams are required to come with their respective state/country association flag/BANNER for March past.
a)Every state association will select team coach and will give direct information to IITF HQ New Delhi
Before 1st Dec. 2015.
b)The team coach will be responsible for each player and will monitor the movement &
advancement of his respective player in each category during the competition.
c)Team coach shall wear a track suit and Gymnastic shoes and must accept any result given by
the umpires as protest will not be accepted.
d)1 coach is must for 20 participants.
All state teams carry medical box mandatory.
NOTE: -a) Team Coach/Team Manager shall be responsible for any damages done in the stadium/lodging by any of these students. They will have to make good of the charge levied by the student or Team under your strict contact and in the disciplined manner.
b) IITF/ITF qualified umpires needed in the tournament. So every state association has to provide umpires. If any case any state association unable to provide umpires, then they have to pay the fine Rs.300/- per umpire to organizing committee.
•Sonepat Railway Station to Venue: 4 K.M
•Sonepat Bus Stand to Venue: 2 K.M
•New Delhi Railway Station to Venue: 45 K.M
•New Delhi Main Bus to Venue:48 K.M
•Rs.10/- from Sonepat railway station by three wheeler
•Delhi to Sonepat, Road:NH 1.
Mr Evan Impson
At some stage on your Grading day for what ever dan you are going for you will attempt the fitness test. When ever during that day you do that test you know there is another 6 hours of exercise for your grading you know you have to perform at your best so you strive your hardest regardless of the fitness test. The purpose of the test if for the examiner to access your fitness and perseverance as the grading is to push you to your limits and then some more. To be able to be at ones best, to remain stress free, have enough energy to concentrate and perform consistently, you should be reasonably fit before you send away your application. So lets look at the preparation needed. Remember 16 points can be earned and this can be the difference between failure or a pass. So if you fail quite badly on this, your fitness level isnt really there for the whole grading and your whole result could be down.
For example, lets look at the requirements for a 20 year old male. He needs to do 2.4 km in 8 minutes, 100 sit-ups in 2 minutes, 55 press ups without stopping and 3 x 2 minute rounds on an air shield kicking with full power in a good tempo. So, how do you go about it?. You DONT just wake up one day and be able to do it. Firstly, we work out a training programme not just to concentrate on these particular requirements, but bring your general fitness level up to survive the whole weekend and perform at your best.
Let s look at your proposed weekly plan, starting 3 months or more before grading day. Every morning except for your rest days: light skipping for a couple of minutes joint rotations of the upper body reps of 10 both legs: reps of 10 for rotations dynamic stretching of the legs to the back, hip rotations both sides dynamic stretching of the legs to the side, knee rotations both directions, dynamic stretching of the legs to the front, ankle rotations both directions Now set a number of press ups you can do with failure on the last three. Do the same again for your sit ups. Remember, dont push it. After each week, assess your progress, slowly increase push ups by 5 and sit ups by 10. Now do the stretching and joint rotations for 1 more set. This is your early morning work out.
Club Training: At the end of training do the air shield work out. You should start off with 2 x 1 minute rounds with 1 minute rest between rounds. Bring it slowly to 2 x 2 minute rounds, then bring in the third round with increases by thirty seconds. Near grading time, you should be up to 3 x 2 minute rounds. Occasionally throw in a fourth round and do until failure now and then for a complete blow out.
Run - Push ups & Sit ups: A minimum run of half an hour preferably on a hilly road course. You will find you can increase the time away from home, but remember to slowly increase as if you "over- train" you can pick up stupid niggly injuries!. Attempt the sit ups and push ups. Do as many reps and sets until you reach your goal e.g. one set of 55 push ups, second set of 30, third set of 15,. Total of 100 push ups. Make sure you spend a good time stretching after this work out.
Club Training - Air Shield Work:
Run - Sit ups, Press ups, Strength Work out: Do your half an hour run with medium intensity. Do your sit ups and press ups. Follow this with a weight work out on areas of your legs which need improvement. Followed by a good stretch.
Run - Sit ups and Press ups: Now the run tonight is the 2.4 km timed (keep a record) on the flat, or if you know where the grading is, use a course which is similar. Sit ups and press ups 1 set for each to failure. A good stretch again.
Light warm up e.g. jogging on the spot, skipping, star jumps, burpees. Now start at Chon - Ji and work your way up to your highest patterns, full power. If you have a hanging bag, do some kicks. 10 kicks per leg every kick you know. Push ups then sit ups. Your one step against an imaginary partner. Finish with your three highest pattern, then a good stretch.
Rest Day *NOTE: If you find yourself not coping with this workload, drop off Thursday training. Bring it back in when you can handle it.
** Plyometrics can be performed on two to three times a week. To be done for no longer than fifteen to twenty minutes. To be performed before you go on the run.
DIET & SUPPLEMENTS
With any exercise programme it should be a good idea to have a look at your diet and fluid intake. You should concentrate on foods that are going to give you energy (Carbohydrate foods). Increase your fruit and vegetables to about 60% of what you eat. Cut out fatty foods, make it easier for your body to digest the foods and free up a lot of energy for exercise.
Water - being hydrated is the state your body should be in all the time. As a guide, weight yourself in the morning, then weigh yourself after exercise. The difference is how much water you have lost. 1 kg equals 1 litre of water - generally eight to ten glasses of water a day are required to stay hydrated. If you increase your fruit intake you will find you have to drink less to stay in the hydrated state.
If you eat and drink well your body is generally getting all the nutrients and minerals if needs. Supplements arent needed. The only one I would recommend is a carbohydrate drink for after training. Just because you have stopped training, physically your body hasnt its just starting to really burn calories.
So a good carbo fluid replenishing drink keeps your body going by supplying it with food it can burn. Until you can get home and eat something substantial.
This essay for the fitness test is not the final word on it but a guide that can be used and altered to suit your needs.
Ive based this plan on what seems to work for me, having played provincial and International Australian Rules Football for the last nine years. During that time Ive met a lot of people in the exercise arena and been put on numerous programmes to increase our fitness levels and it seems all the programmes are pretty much like this.
The fitness level needs to be rood before the skill level improves is the most important statement in this essay. The only way to do that is by putting time aside and doing that.
In 2003 Rakesh Kumar Verma, 4th Degree Black Belt International Instructor and Examiner had applied affiliation for India to International Taekwon-Do Federation.
In APRIL 2004, Taekwon-Do training seminar was organized by Rakesh Kumar Verma, 5th degree
and conduct by ITF President Grand Master Tran Trieu Quan at Bathinda City of Punjab.
On 11th April 2004, Under the Chairmanship of ITF President , Indian ITF Taekwon-Do was established.