Classes taught 5 days a week
What is Traditional Korean Chung Do Kwan Tae Kwon-Do?
The ancient Korean Art, Chung Do Kwan Tae Kwon-Do, is based on the values of Courtesy, Integrity, Perseverance, Self-Control, and Indomitable Spirit. Not only is Tae Kwon-Do a valid means of self-defense, but it also increases coordination, sharpens alertness, strengthens the body, and develops respect for the self and others. The feeling of accomplishment gained by the student helps develop self-confidence, which is carried over into everyday life. Tae Kwon-Do can help the shy become more confident and outgoing, and can help curb hostility through its emphasis on respect and discipline.
Tae Kwon-Do, which is more than 2,500 years old, is an excellent cardiovascular developer. The aerobic exercise is ideal for weight loss, and control. Students experience muscular development and toning. Class workouts refresh the body, and are great for stress release.
Students will physically gain: flexibility, balance, agility, hand eye coordination, foot eye coordination, speed and strength conditioning. Additionally, the training is just plain fun.
After School Program
- 1 hour Traditional Tae Kwon-Do class
- 20 minute warm up with stretching.
- Daily lesson on courtesy and respect
- Daily extra curricular movement activities to keep students moving and active
This program will help the student not only develop their Tae Kwon-Do skills, but also become mentally stronger and gain self-confidence through the variety of instruction and tasks given to them on a daily basis. The Students have fun and learn lessons on courtesy and respect in this program.
We provide a program where we value Quality over quantity. We have limited enrollment in this program to keep our standards at the top in the martial art industry.
After School Program Instructor:
All classes are taught by 6th Degree Black Belt, Master Daniel Marr. He has a Degree in Physical Education and Psychology from the University of Northern Iowa. He was a Northside elementary teacher for 3 years and has been teaching Tae Kwon-do for 18 years