Oaths taking during the taekwondo CCA by the primary students @ Tenby International, Setia Eco Park, led by Mesha Josheeta, 9 years.
Thursday, Mar 15, 2018
As the undefeated champion for his weight category for 5 consecutive championships since the beginning of this year 2016, Bronson Cheah Jun Peng had made a name for himself among the little ones in the Tenby Taekwondo CCA. Here’s you can see how popular he was among them and how they celebrated his victory when he won yet another Gold in the recent Kejohanan Taekwondo Remaja Selangor (MSSS) in May 28, 2016.
The following are Bronson Cheah’s recent achievement
After staying off from competitive training for several months due to a knee injury, Bronson Cheah Jun Peng returned and took part in last weekend’s Semenyih Open Cup Taekwondo Championship 2016 with a bang. He won the gold medal effortlessly after beating 4 other opponents. Motivated by his earlier achievement, his younger sibling, Nicole Cheah Ji Ki joined in the competition for the first time and managed to secure a silver herself.
With the haze problem not getting any better, our training was conducted inside the classroom, with the bigger ones in the auditorium.
Today, happened to be Soejun Kim’s birthday. So after the class, the whole bunch helped him to celebrate by singing him the ‘Happy Birthday’ song.
A day in the Taekwondo CCA training for the KS and Primary students in Tenby Schools, Setia Eco Park.
The first thing children learn taekwondo, they should learn discipline. The rigorous training they go through allows them to channel their energy in a wholesome manner. As they learn to punch and kick and coordinate their bodies, it helps in their concentration and memory. A taekwondo trained student is more confident, not only in the physical aspects but also in the mental discipline. Self-confidence makes people generous in their attitude toward weaker people.