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Hopetoun Community Hall

Tracks: Muay Thai with Rob Lovett (Session 3)

Champion Muay Thai boxer Rob Lovett will deliver four sessions across two weeks of Tracks programming. This activity will heighten the heart rate in a high intensity work out for the youth.

Tracks: Muay Thai with Rob Lovett (Session 3)
Tracks: Muay Thai with Rob Lovett (Session 3)

Time & Location

Apr 16, 2023, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Hopetoun Community Hall, 46 Veal St, Hopetoun WA 6348, Australia

About the Event

Tracks is a program designed by and for the youth of Hopetoun. Across six months of programming, teens aged 12+ are invited to move, strengthen and nourish their mind, body and soul through curated sessions from facilitators near and far. This unique experience is offered without cost through the Physical Activity Innovation Challenge by Healthway.

Champion Muay Thai boxer Rob Lovett will deliver four sessions across six months of Tracks programming. This activity will heighten the heart rate in a high intensity work out for the youth. 

In these sessions Rob will teach techniques, students will pair up and learn to hold pads for one another, and various strengthening exercises will be shared. Rob has extensive experience in teaching kids and teenagers, safety is paramount and the youth will be initiated to the practice and expectations in the first session. 

All youth are encouraged to attend all sessions (bookings must be made for each) in order to get the most out of the experience. 

NOTE: Please wear a clean shirt that covers shoulders/underarms and appropriate shorts. 

Contact Emily on 0432 637 940 for enquiries.

ABOUT ROB LOVETT

When I was young, I had plenty of energy to burn and loved martial arts movies. I wanted to be a ninja. I loved the idea of walking around silently and disappearing in a cloud of smoke. So, my mum enrolled me in Taekwondo when I was 11. It became a great outlet for my energy and focus and I was pretty good at it, having over 30 fights as a junior. 

I then discovered Muay Thai whilst on a family holiday in Thailand when I was 20. On our first night of the holiday, we went to a fight show and I was hooked. I spent the next 2 weeks of our holiday training with the Thai guys and had a first Muay Thai fight and win at the end of those 2 weeks.

When we got back to Australia, I spent the next 6 months trying to find a coach or training partner until I found my first coach on the mine site I was working at. We would work a 12-hour shift at the mine, then train together for another 2 hours after work each day. I had my first professional fight in Australia 4 months after that.

ORGANISER TERMS AND CONDITIONS

I acknowledge, understand and agree that by participating in events offered by Tracks that there is a possibility of physical injury or illness (minimal, serious or catastrophic) and that I/my child is assuming the risk of such injury by participating.

I authorise any representative of the Tracks team to consent and authorise any medical attention and treatment by medical personnel for me/my child, which may become necessary. I understand I (as a parent/guardian) will be notified as soon as possible in the event of an emergency on the contact details provided through Wix online bookings.

I understand and agree that all expenses of such treatment are my responsibility. By completing this booking, I agree to protect, defend, indemnify and hold Tracks/Hopetoun Community Resource Centre, including all its organisations, staff, volunteers and sponsors from and against any and all claims, demand, losses, suits, liabilities, costs, or other damages arising from any injury to, or death of myself and or my child (as a parent/guardian).

All children must be supervised by an adult before and after their participating event/s.

I agree to allow the Tracks organisers and sponsors to use photographs/videos of me and/or my children, taken during involvement with any Tracks initiative or activity. This use is limited to the Tracks organisations’ publications, websites, social media platforms and/or media releases.

Tickets

  • Admission to Session 3

    Champion Muay Thai boxer Rob Lovett will deliver four sessions across six months of Tracks programming. This activity will heighten the heart rate in a high intensity work out for the youth.

    A$0.00

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