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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 added 31 new photos — with Tim Russell and Diane Hartley.2 weeks ago
A selection of photos from the day.
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Tetsudo3 weeks ago
Well done to everyone who participated in the National Competition on Sunday. It was a pleasure to see so many people taking part in the new events with such enthusiasm!

Thank you again to the Competition Committee and all administrators, officials and club instructors who worked behind the scenes to make this competition a great success.

The competition results can be found on the Tetsudo website:

http://tetsudo.org/tetsudo-national-competition-2018-results/
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Tetsudo4 weeks ago
With only a few days left until the National Competition 2018 we would like to wish you the best of luck in your final preparations, and most of all enjoy the day! 👍✊🙏

Ustad Brian Waumsley has written the following post which he would like to share with you:

http://tetsudo.org/notice-from-the-competition-committee/
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Tetsudo4 weeks ago
The Spondon club has kindly provided a few video clips to assist those who will be taking part in the Team Synchronised Kedh and Controlled Breaking Events.

The clips demonstrate examples of how to respond to the arena manager instructions during the events. Links to the videos can be found at the bottom of the following article on the Tetsudo website:

http://tetsudo.org/national-competition-2018-guidance-for-participants/
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Tetsudo1 month ago
To all who are competing in the Tetsudo National Competition 2018 please see the link below for some guidance to help you prepare for the two new exciting events:

1) Creative Controlled Breaking
2) Team Synchronised Kedh

http://tetsudo.org/national-competition-2018-guidance-for-participants/

We are all looking forward to seeing you on Sunday 28th October. Don't forget to bring along your friends and family to support you 🙂
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Tetsudo2 months ago
It's not long now before the launch of the New West Bridgford Tetsudo Club on Monday 1st October.

Please come along and invite your friends and family.

A talk and demo will be held at 6:30pm and again at 7:45pm - it's one not to be missed!

https://youtu.be/eICPv5u_YKw
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