Go PAST Limits!

Another Black Belt essay! This time from Mr. Martrael Ray Ricketts… as he explains what Karate has meant to him… What Taekwondo has meant to me is learning how to push myself when I am exercising and to be honest about it.  The other things Taekwondo has meant to me is what it’s taught me, […]

No fear in public!

Another Black Belt essay! This time from Mr. Mason Millsap… as he explains what Karate has meant to him… Karate has affected me in three different ways: eye contact, confidence, and attitude.  First, when I talk to others, I use more eye contact.  This is true when talking to my parents.  It is also true when […]

Joshua Gober Essay

I wanted to share the Black Belt essay from Mr. Joshua Gober … as he explains what Karate has meant to him… Karate has meant a lot to me and has taught me so much. I’ve tried other sports in the past, but just didn’t like practicing them.  With karate I like to go to class, practice, […]

Another Great Essay from Mr. Jessani

I wanted to re-publish the Black Belt essay from Mr. Jibran Jessani… explains why he started Karate…in his unedited Karate Black Belt Essay… The reason I joined karate is because I needed to learn self-defense.  I thought it would be cool to get my black belt.  I knew it is going to take a lot of time […]