One beautiful afternoon last summer, the little ninja and I (or more correctly, the little Messi at that particular moment), stopped by the Park on the Lid to work on our soccer skills before heading down the hill for TKD. We were going through our usual drills a little pass & run, some fancy footwork and shooting. There was a goal set up and we were taking advantage of it. Call me optimistic but I am reasonably certain that even casual observer would have been able to tell we were taking p
Welcome back for another insightfully riveting brain dump from the Tae Kwon Dad. I want to give a big shout out to all the new Black Belts, and everybody else who moved a notch closer to their Black Belts and a thank you for providing me with the perfect segue to this week’s topic.
Confidence Earned Through Accomplishment
This is a true result from a recent survey conducted by Intel – 85% of U.S. high school students surveyed rated themselves as highly confident in their mathematical abilities (t
People are often surprised we chose to start our daughter training in martial arts at such a young age and they often ask why. Given the myriad of benefits we’ve seen in our daughter, it made me realize that this is not a question that can be answered in a quick 2-sentence sound bite. Over the next few weeks I will be writing a series of posts on the positive benefits of martial training (in no particular order) from a parent’s perspective.
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I'm really excited about about the NEW Mommy and Me classes starting this week.
A great opportunity to have fun with your young one.
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