This program that teaches basic karate techniques are perfect for the little ones in between the ages of three and six years old. Students of this age are put into this program not only for safety reasons, but also to help prepare them to advance to the youth classes when the time comes.
This training program is for students who are typically between the ages of seven and thirteen years old. Besides self-defense and other karate techniques, students are taught valuable life skills, conflict resolution, how to stand up for themselves, and how to use words instead of fists whenever possible.
This training program is for all students above the age of fourteen. The same content as the youth program is taught in order to reach black belt, however, the classes themselves are run in a different manner and different training drills are practiced in order to better benefit teen and adult students.
The weapons training class is for specific students who are interested in learning one or more of the seven main Tang Soo Do weapons. Students who partake in this class must have an extraordinarily high level of maturity, respect, and self-discipline to be eligible for weapons training.
The competition team is an elite team of NCMA martial artists who have an interest in competing in various tournaments. The team is open to students of all ages and ranks but is an tryout-only program. Students in this class also learn invaluable skills such as how to be a team player.
The Jo Kyo and Leadership Club programs are invite-only courses for leaders in training. Students who partake in these courses learn how to be the best assistant in lower rank martial arts classes. Both programs are competitive; passing the Jo Kyo program will earn the title of Certified Assistant to the Instructor.
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