Kick Better…Speak Better

Can Tae Kwon-Do help with public speaking? This is an easy one. Yes, it can. And it does. Time and time again, our students and instructors have been recognized for how well they can get up and perform on stage, speak publicly, present at work and school, read in church, the list [...]Read more

Teaching Tigers: The Power of a Smile

I have always had a soft spot for toddlers, even when I was barely out of that stage myself. Growing up, I was one of the older kids at daycare, so I was supposed to go with the older group on field trips and events. But most of the time, I would find myself wanting […]Read more


The word “distracted” is a bit of a catch-all term that, in my opinion, doesn’t really work.  There are many things that can cause distraction in a child. For instance, I find that sometimes when a kid is labeled as “distracted,” they are not distracted at all.  In [...]Read more

What If I Don’t Want to Fight?

Believe it or not, I hope I never get in another fight for the rest of my life.  But if I do ever find myself in one, I darn sure want to win.  And I don’t just want to win, I want to dominate. I don’t want the fight to be even remotely close, or […]Read more

Sparring is for the Mind

It should come as no surprise that – by and large – most people who do Tae Kwon-Do will tell you that their favorite thing about it is kicking and punching.  Now while I do love kicking and punching, my favorite thing to do in Tae Kwon-Do is sparring.  “But, [...]Read more

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