This video is a preview highlight reel of Ma’am Cheryl’s Creative Breaking routines from the 2016 to 2018 Ontario Breaking Championships held in Cobourg and Port Hope Ontario. Ma’am Cheryl uses a lot of basic self defense strikes in her board breaking routines.
Ma’am Cheryl and Master Jonathan discuss How Is Board Breaking Related to Self Defense for Women at the 2022 Southern Ontario Spring Martial Arts Invitational at the Cobourg Community Centre. This video shows the debut event of the IMAF Horizontal Combat Board Breaking.
Wow! I just found out via Drew Serrano of the USBA/WBA that the USBA/WBA European Breaking Championships at the World Power Show in London England on July 2nd and 3rd was voted Most Impressive Show! That is a huge accomplishment for the USBA/WBA, the sport of breaking, and all the talented breakers who attended.
Here is the link if you would like to see a few pictures and a video of the Power Wood Elbow.
Well all the team wolverine members are back home safely from their trip to the 2016 US OPEN, WBA Worlds, and ISKA Worlds hosted at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando Florida on July 8th and 9th.
Our team did fantastic as we won 19 first places on the Friday events and 1 first place on saturdays event. Team members from Ontario, Florida, and Tennessee did a great job representing team wolverine, their state/province, and the sport of breaking in general.
Congratulations to Michael, Samantha, Eric, Todd, Eryn, Amber, Shawn, Michael, Daniel, and Jonathan for your wins and hard work. You did the team proud.
Well I made it back safely from London England. This past weekend Darren Everson and I travelled to London to compete at the 2016 USBA/WBA European Breaking Championships held at the World Power Show and Expo at the London ExCel. It was a great tournament with a great vibe to it. It was a lot of fun and very competitive. Both Darren and I ended up winning an European Championship each. Thanks to Grandmaster Ralph Bergamo, Master Drew Serrano, and the people of the World Power Show and Expo for hosting an awesome event.
While we were in London we spent two days travelling and exploring the city. We took a few guided tours, went on the London Eye, and just spent a lot of time exploring the city and all it had to offer. If you have not been to London yet I recommend you go check it out. Lots of beautiful buildings, landmarks, scenery, and lots of history to learn and see.
And thanks to the instructors who looked after the dojang while I was away.