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The concepts on which Tetsudo is based were developed by Maha Ustad Mastambo Tetsura. Having spent virtually his entire life devoted to the study of the Art Forms (both Martial and Non-Martial) Master Tetsura was in a unique position to evaluate the virtues and inadequacies of Martial art systems. Master Tetsura reasoned that in teaching a ‘Style’ an instructor would invariably teach their own way of doing things which might not necessarily be beneficial for the student. With this concept in mind, Tetsura set about creating an Art based on body mechanics and movements, with the flexibility to be adapted to suit the needs of the individual. In 1960, Master Tetsura met 9 year old Balbinder Singh Dhaliwal in a Library in Wolverhampton. Noticing that he was reading a book on the Martial Arts, Tetsura questioned the boy about his interest in the subject, and invited Dhaliwal to become his student When Tetsura died in 1966, Dhaliwal had been his sole student and soon found the urge to share the incredible knowledge that he had been given, starting his first club in Wolverhampton in 1967. However, it was not until 1994 that Guru Ustad Dhaliwal decided on the name Tetsudo to refer to the Artform, The Way of Tetsura.
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Tetsudo is with Tony Thorpe and 11 others.
This week, Instructors and Students from clubs across the Leicestershire area joined together to take part in a mass training session.

This was not only an opportunity to hone and refine technical skills, but a valuable chance to meet up and bond with colleagues from the neighbouring clubs.

Well done to everyone who took part. Keep up the wonderful spirit and we look forward to hearing of more events like this.
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Tetsudo is with Tim Russell.
Last night Ustad Tim Russell celebrated his 16 year blackbelt anniversary with his colleagues from the blackbelt class.

Tim received his blackbelt with Diane Hartley, Dave Armstrong, Stephen Ramkaran, Derrick Daniel, Matthew Robinson.

Please join us in congratulating these instructors on their amazing achievement.
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Well done to all students who took part in the grading today. The results can be found on our website at:

http://tetsudo.org/tetsudo-student-grading-march-2019/
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Please wish all the students taking part in the grading today the best of luck.
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Last night was an amazing and inspiring session with approximately 50 Instructors and Senior Students training together ahead of the announcement of the 4 successful Black Belt Candidates.

Darren Ainge (From Melton Tetsudo Club)
Gareth Allen (From Tetsudo Club at Ilkeston, Derbyshire)
Matt Brittle (From Tetsudo Tunbridge Wells Club)
Sam Clark (From Sheffield Tetsudo Club)

Please share you congratulations with them in the comments.
An official Event will be coming soon to announce the their presentation night but tickets are now available from your club instructions for the 29th March.
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Last Friday, Ustad Ian MacGuinness from the Bedford Marston club celebrated 13 years as a blackbelt with his fellow colleagues from the blackbelt class.

Ian MacGuinness achieved this grade on 18 Feb 2006 together with Arun Dhaliwal, David Jackson, Jay Stewart, Mark Smith and Lee Corbett.

Please join us in congratulating this wonderful achievement.