Martial Arts Champs train in Medowie

Pollet’s World Champions
Pollet’s World Champions

 

THE number of people engaging in the Martial Arts disciplines of Karate and Jiu-Jitsu are increasing not just because of their self-defence components, but also their demand for self-discipline.

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Pollet’s Martial Arts are a multi-discipline Martial Arts franchise that runs out of many locations around the state, this includes Medowie that runs Karate and Kickboxing classes out of Medowie Sports and Business Centre every Monday of each school term.

The franchise is owned by Shihan Danny Crouch and Sensei Skyy Crouch.

Danny started his martial arts journey at the age of nineteen, starting with Tai Chi in the regional city of Orange where he then pursued Ninjutsu and Boxing. He has gone on to become a 4th Degree Black Belt in Karate-Do as well as a 1st Degree Black Belt in Kempo Jiu Jitsu.

Medowie’s main instructor recently became a Grand World Champion in Koshiki at the ISKA/ISJA (International Sports Karate & Jiu Jitsu Association) World Cup in Sydney, so you know you are in good hands.

Eighteen-year-old Layton Hills started at Pollet’s Martial Arts weighing 130kg and lacking confidence and self-esteem, now he is the best in the world.

And he could train you to become a better version of you.

However, Layton wasn’t the only star from Pollet’s Martial Arts at the World Cup.

The ISKA/ISJA World Cup is held in Sydney NSW every three years and is an elite 5 star event which sees National and International competitors vie for their position as the best of the best in Karate and Jiu-Jitsu.

Sensei Skyy Crouch told News Of The Area, “The level of competition is extremely high, yet the representatives of Pollet’s Martial Arts walked away with a Grand Champion World Title Belt, a Runner-up Grand Champion Medal, 14 World Title belts, 20 Silver Medals, 10 Bronze medals and seven fourth-place medals.”

“An absolutely amazing result.”

 

By Rachael VAUGHAN

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