Michael’s Friendship Club

(I recorded a conversation with eleven year old Michael and his stepmother, Pamela, about Mike’s Friendship Club and how he started it at school.)   Pamela:  I got Michael into Tae Kwon-Do because of his struggles in school and to help with his confidence. And he took [...]Read more

The Life Benefits Of Tae Kwon-Do

Crossfit vs Tae Kwon-Do Someone asked me about the differences between CrossFit and Tae Kwon-Do. I’ve never done CrossFit and only know what I’ve watched, read, or what people have told me. But I do know a thing or two about Tae Kwon-Do, and when you compare the overall life [...]Read more

Blindness Is Not A Handicap

Blindness is not a handicap. It’s a workaround. Everybody’s got a workaround: I’ve got a bad hip. I’m afraid. My knee is messed up. I don’t like fighting. A person with sight learns visually. A blind person is taught by feel. It’s like dancing where your partner acts as your [...]Read more

Bullying Stops With Me.

The sad truth. Many parents sign their children up for Tae Kwon-Do because unfortunately their child is being bullied. Our students are trained to deal with bullies, whether being bullied themselves or witnessing someone else being bullied. Martial arts teaches you how to defend [...]Read more

Achieving Goals

One year I decided to do a million push-ups. I’m not joking. Physically, I knew it was possible. I do push-ups all day long, so why not keep a tally and knock off a million in one year? I created goals for myself. If I walked through a doorway I’d dropped and do twenty. At […]Read more

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