Black Belt Club
American Family Center Black Belt Club
At American Family Center, we are passionate about providing high-quality Taekwondo instruction to students of all skill levels. That’s why we offer an advanced Taekwondo Black Belt Club that is designed for students who have been practicing Taekwondo for several years and are ready to take their abilities to the next level. Oh, and did we mention that our advanced students will represent American Family Center at some of the country’s top Taekwondo competitions?
In our Black Belt Club, students are expected to push themselves. We will focus on more challenging moves, memorize new terminology, master self-defense skills, and perfect your forms. But let us make one thing clear – we don’t expect students to ace these tricky techniques on their first try. At American Family Center, our instructors foster a classroom setting that prioritizes gradual and careful growth. With every new move, technique is king. American Family Center teaches Taekwondo in a way that protects students from injury and emphasizes individual responsibility.
Building on the Basics
While you may be learning fancy new techniques, that doesn’t mean you’ll be getting away from the basics any time soon. In fact, our Black Belt Club students probably spend more time perfecting those seemingly “simple” moves more than anyone else at American Family Center. Our school believes that as students advance in ability, they must constantly strengthen their foundational skills. No matter how amazing your roundhouse kick may be, there is always room for improvement! Not to mention, by constantly refreshing yourself on the most fundamental moves of Taekwondo.
Competitions and Tournaments
At American Family Center, we compete in order to provide our students with the highest level of training possible. Competitions and tournaments offer martial artists the opportunity to put their skills to the test, learn from other martial artists, and fine-tune their performance. We’ve found that competitions push our students to set goals for themselves, encourage them to put more effort into their sparring sessions, and get them excited!