Our Dragons programme is great for developing basic martial arts skills while balancing confidence and respect. As well as the development of physical skills, students will also take part in our own character development programme.
The Junior Taekwondo classes will expand your children's physical skills at the same time as introducing them to a full Olympic Taekwondo syllabus. Our aim is to get you child to black belt around the time they move up to High School.
Training classes for families are rare though at the Warrior Factory we have them almost every day. These classes provide an ideal environment for your family to develop and train together in the same class. We even have a family discount scheme to help with the cost of training.
Adults have the choice of Taekwondo and Ju Jitsu. These classes are great for fitness, self defence or those of you just wanting to try something different and exciting. Our instructors are friendly and make it as easy as possible for you to jump in a class and have a go.
On Sunday March 8th, several students from the Warrior
Factory Martial Arts Club, based in Hipperholme, raised money for Comic Relief
by taking part in a 5 mile sponsored cycle along spen valley greenway with
friends and family and raised a massive total of £553 for Comic Relief.
To follow this event, the Warrior factory will also be
holding a week long bake sale and a crazy hair week for the children to raise
even more money to add to the total.
All money raised from these events will be put together with
the money raised from the sponsored cycle and be sent to Comic Relief.
On the Competition front, warrior factory members, Chris
Cocker and Terri Lumb will be heading out to Holland one of the biggest
competitions in Europe, the Dutch open.
This competition will be attended by Olympians and other
world class athletes. This will be a great test before the British nationals in
Chan Sau has had over 21 years of Experience in Taekwondo
including training, the running of his own club as well as taking part in
national and international Poomsae competition.
Chan Sau is also a Class A British Taekwondo National
Qualified Poomsae Judge, A British Taekwondo Regional Taekwondo Poomsae Coach,
Midlands Region 2008-2011 as well as being a six time British Taekwondo Poomsae
champion and a 3 time Commonwealth Taekwondo Poomsae champion in 2008, 2011 and
This Seminar will be held at the Warrior Factory in Leeds on
the 21st of March. If you would like to participate in the session, it will be
£10 per person and it will take place from 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm for under red
belts, and from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm for red belts and above. Full uniform and belt
must be worn for the seminar.
This is a great opportunity for all students who enjoy or
would like to improve their poomsae. For those students who are going for their
Dan gradings this would be a great experience to gain some valuable feedback.
To take part please contact Jessica and fill out a form to
secure your place.
Students at the Warrior Factory martial arts club based in Hipperholme competed
in their first Taekwondo competition of the year at Richard Dunn's sports
centre in Bradford.
total of 12 competitors took part in the event, including one taking part in a
competition for the first time. This competition was good preparation for
cousins Terri Lumb, 22 and Chris Cocker, 25 who will be taking part in the
Dutch open next month which will see them competing against players from all
Both competitors won their fights along with 4 other players from the Warrior
Factory including: Charlie Walker who had a brilliant outing winning 15-11 and
Ellis Simpson who won his match 13-1. This came after both competitor's had
difficult matches in the competition they attended at the end of last year.
All competitors did very well in their fights after working on several
different aspects that they had been practising in training in preparation for