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 Mr. Zachary Ostrander

3rd Degree Black Belt

USTF-3-1556  

Inactive 2022- Active Duty Air Force


 

Rank: 3rd Degree Black Belt

Date Started Martial Arts:  2004 at 5 years old

Date Started Taekwon-Do:   2007

Date Started USTF:  2014

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Birthday: May 26, 1999

What type of pets do you have and what are their names: Cat named Freddy and a dog named Nani

What did you want to be when you grow up: A veternarian
Favorite part of class:
Kicking combinations & practice & patterns

2017 Internationals:

Bronze Medal Sparring

Silver Medal Individual Breaking

 

Testing May 2021

 

Older Profile Pics

 

 

Where were you born:  Fairfield, California
What countries/states have you lived in: California, Hawaii, England and Nebraska
What sports/hobbies do you have other than Taekwon-Do: Wrestling, track, tennis, Boy Scouts, Band, Cross-country, biking and swimming
What is your favorite food: Chicken Parmesan
What would like others to know about you: That I am a hard working and friendly person who likes several activities to make myself a well rounded individual
 

Promotions:   

3rd Degree, USTF-3-1556, May 2021, Sr. Master Todd, Bellevue, Nebraska

2nd Degree, USTF-2-3215, August 2017, Sr. Master Todd, Bellevue, Nebraska

1st Degree, WTF, Master Bob Smith, Hawaii

 

Certifications:

USTF Class C Instructor - Number 1059, April 2015

USTF Class B Referee, Feb 18, 2017

USTF Class C Referee - March 2015

2019 Hours: 8 - USTF Referee Seminar - NE

 

2018 Hours: 8 - USTF World Summer Camp

2017 Hours: 8 - USTF Referee Course - CO

 

1. Why did you start Taekwon-Do: It appeared to be a better martial art.
2. What made you interested enough to join: I had friends who did it and they loved it, so I tried it out.
3. What did you think being a black belt meant before you started training: I thought it simply meant you were the best.
4. What do you think being a black belt means now: Now I believe it means dedication and hard work to this art.

 

5. What changed your opinion: After seeing all the accomplishments that needed to be made, I finally understood how much work a person has to do to achieve it.
6. What was your goal when you started Taekwon-Do: My goal was to learn all the techniques and make it to black belt.
7. What is your goal now: My goal now is to perfect my techniques and to learn the different ways of USTF Taekwon-Do as well as teach others in the process.

 

 

     

 

 

 

 

       
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