Contact details

Jim McKenzie

0797 669 6628

Wycliffe Rooms

27 George Street


LE17 4ED

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The Instructor of Lutterworth Tae Kwon-Do


Grading History

  • 3nd degree black belt – Oct 2012
  • 2nd degree black belt – Oct 2009
  • 1st degree black belt – Oct 2007


  • Three Times Groby Tae Kwon-Do’s student of the year
  • Coloured belt sparring champion: Lincoln, English, London and British championships
  • Coloured belt patterns champion: Lincoln, Midlands, London and British championships.

Recent Competition Results

Date Competition/Location & Result
Nov 10 Lincoln area championships – Golds in 2nd dan patterns and executive sparring
2003 VII Tae Kwon-Do World Championships (Cardiff, Wales) – Bronze in patterns
2003 VII Tae Kwon-Do World Championships (Cardiff, Wales) – Bronze in sparring


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My most favourite aspect of Tae Kwon-Do are the patterns. Patterns are challenging but I am very keen to learn new patterns and I am always trying to perfect the existing patterns that I know.

I feel an immense sense of pride and satisfaction when students take onboard the advice that you give them especially the senior grades when “tweaking” their patterns or techniques.

I run my own children’s martial arts club at Kirby Muxloe Primary School now, aimed specifically at children between the ages of 4 to 8 years old. It’s fun, and above all challenging but I enjoy a challenge!