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Teachers and parents alike often notice a dramatic difference in children who study martial arts. Children listen better at home, handle homework and chores more efficiently, put more effort into school work, and receive better grades. Come see what a big differrence Taekwondo can make for your child, too.
Our martial arts classes are deseigned to improve flexibility, balance, endurabce, and strength while teaching self defense techniques. Many of our adults join with little or no experience. Our instructors are always receptive to your questions and will take the time to answer you strp-by-step, with enthusiasm and patience. We promise that Taekwondo will be one of the best decisions you've made.
At World Champion Taekwondo, families can train together, providing you with shared goals, quality family time, and an opportunity to meet a great group of people. By providing a place to excercise, socialize, and network, taekwondo can be a valuable resource to you and your family.
LITTLE TIGERS CLASS
Specifically designed for preschool and kindergarten age children, our Little Tigers martial arts classes will keep your child excited with non-stop action! We understand the unique challenges preschool and kindergarten age children present to both parents and teachers. Our Little Tiger instructors are friendly and encouraging.
They will teach your child the focus they need to learn Taekwondo, which will carry over to home and school as well. These classes have a low student to instructor ratio ensuring that your child gets the personal attention and step-by-step instruction they need to succeed.
OLYMPIC SPARRING TEAM
Olympic sparring is an extra class that is available on top of regular classes. Here we teach you how to properly spar for competition. Taekwondo is the only martial art that is recognized by the Olympic Committee. Grand Master Kim was the former Head Coach for the Phillipines in the 2004 Athens Olympics , thus he has first hand experience for what it takes.
This program is invitation only by the instructor. Here, a student that is 12 or older and at least an Orange Belt can hone their leadership skills. If your child is recognized as a potential leader, this is considered a great honor. Our student leaders come in early or stay late to help out classes of lower belts a couple times a week. This allows our leaders a chance to assist the instructor and recognize when others need improvement. They are guided by our instructor on how to correct these situations. The lower belts benefit by having more personalized attention.