Your martial arts journey started with your first step on to the training floor.
This is the place in your journey where you can make a difference. Many people believe karate or martial arts is just about kicking and punching. You now know it is much more. You know it is a journey of potential. Please take some time to share your journey the good times and the hard times in your training and how it has led you here. How it helped you see the world around you and make better decisions. Please do not rush this part as it can make such an impact on so many you can inspire.
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I started in Tae Kwon Do when I was 3. I got my yellow belt. We moved and I am now at Action karate. I like Action Karate because I get to volunteer with the Ninja class. I have been practicing for my black belt for a long time. I started in Chalfont and moved to N Wales 3 years ago. I feel happy when I do karate because I do things to keep myself strong and I can defend myself. I am confident with myself. Some things have been hard to learn and other things have been easy. I now have grit. I want to get my black belt because I want to be good at martial arts. I know I can do it. I don’t doubt myself in martial arts.
I think I was 5 when I started Tae Kwon Do in Erie PA. When we moved to Lansdale, my older brother started doing karate. My little brother and I watched our big brother do flying side kicks. We thought it looked like fun and the instructor let us come out on the mat to practice. I wanted to join after that. We moved and had to switch from Chalfont to N Wales. We met Mr Current, Ms Kim, and Mr Dudek. All of them left and we now have Mr Nichols who pushes us really hard. I started black belt practices and now the time is here for our test.