Training in Nepal to impart ITF training in Bangladesh
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June 20, 2009
Founding president and chief instructor of Taekwondo ITF Bangladesh, MD. Muktar Hussain has completed two months intensive training so as to conduct ITF Taekwondo in Bangladesh under the supervision of Taekwondo ITF Nepal. Prior to the establishment of ITF Taekwondo in Bangladesh, he was 2nd Degree Black Belt & president of Shylet TKD Association. Now he is preparing to attain third degree black belt.
He has been in Kathmandu for intensive training to conduct ITF Taekwondo lead by Grand Master Choi Jung Hwa, son of founder of Taekwondo Gen. Choi Hong Hi. He was trained by international instructor and president of Taekwondo ITF Nepal Mr. Laxman Basnet.
In Bangladesh MD Hussain has 10 Branches of Taekwondo Association and more than 300 trainees are associated with his association. Going through the internet founder of TKD General Choi initiated the real art and after his demise his son Grand Master Choi Jung Hwa gave continuation. ITF TKD Nepal headed by Grand Master Choi, is a senior association in south Asia. Influenced by Mr. Basnet''''s technical knowledge on ITF Taekwondo, “I have acquired training and will initiate ITF TKD in Bangladesh,” he said.
After completing a month long training with Mr. Laxman Basnet, MD Hussain instantly aims to set up More than 10 ITF Taekwondo branches in Bangladesh. He says "Nepal is far ahead in TKD in comparison to Bangladesh, professional players have a brighter future in Bangladesh ". He plans to carry out seminar, training camp, friendship competition in near future. "It fosters friendship between two countries and ITF Taekwondo will develop in both the countries" opines international instructor Mr. Basent, he further says that imparting training to a foreign player and handing him the responsibility of instructor is not only his pride but of nation’s too.
"To be a competent player one should be trained by a professional trainer and that''''s the reason I have come to Nepal. As soon as I return, I will initiate to prepare professional players in the nation". MD. Hussain Said. MD Hussain Back to Bangladesh on June 9th, 2009
Written by: By: Taekwondo ITF Nepal - 25th June 2009
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