ALI O. SARAEI
Grand Master Ali O. Saraei is a highly skilled personal trainer with a strong background in sport science who is based in the UK. He has attained the prestigious degree of 7th Dan black belt in Taekwondo from The World Taekwondo Federation, but his main love is in the martial arts. He has also earned certification as an International Taekwondo Coach, a sign of his dedication to not only perfecting the art himself but also to coaching and instructing others. The remarkable qualifications of Grand Master Saraei attest to his knowledge and commitment in the fields of martial arts and fitness training.
Since 1982, Grand Master O. Saraei has been devoted to Taekwondo with an unshakeable enthusiasm that has only gotten stronger. He took part in a number of national competitions in Iran between 1985 and 1992, which ultimately motivated him to continue his schooling in the subject. Grand Master O. Saraei enrolled in the Tehran instructor’s course in 1993, and in his homeland of Rasht, he started his own Taekwondo school in 1994.
By the end of the same year, Grand Master O. Saraei had not only run his own Taekwondo club successfully but had also graciously given up his spare time to teach at the Mojdehi orphanage. His dedication to disseminating information about and the advantages of Taekwondo outside the boundaries of his club is evidence of this.
The Mojdehi team’s outstanding track record of victories in several national competitions and leagues throughout Iran is the result of their unwavering dedication to intense physical training. The Iran Taekwondo Federation selected the team to compete in two international competitions, held in Bosnia in 2009 and France in 2010, in honor of their excellent abilities.
The Mojdehi team accepted the challenge and displayed their exceptional skills, ultimately winning both international competitions. Their extraordinary accomplishments on the national and international levels are a monument to their commitment, tenacity, and unyielding spirit, which unquestionably cemented their place in Taekwondo history.
Taekwondo training involves a system of colored belts, with the highest rank being the black belt. There are up to ten levels of black belt.