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Cindy Wassif reviewed Chung's Martial Arts
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Chungs martial arts is the best place around. My boys are having the time of their lives learning Taekwondo. Their manners and attitudes have improved dramatically since joining Chungs. Master Chung, Master Matt and Instructor David are the best!! I would recommend to anyone looking for an activity for their children to visit Chungs. You kids will feel "on top of the world!"

Jil Hastings Thrash reviewed Chung's Martial Arts
5
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My son has been taking classes with Maser Chung for the last year. I have seen such growth in him, especially with his focus and attention. He just turned 6 so he still tends to be all over the place, but I have absolutely loved watching his progress! Seeing his respect and admiration for Master Chung has really made my heart happy! ❤️ Master Chung, Mr. Evan, and Mrs. Chung have been so kind and patient with him! So glad to have found such a great welcoming family environment that has truly helped our son thrive. Oh and by the way, summer camp has been beyond expectations! Logan has LOVED every second!!

Amy Griffin reviewed Chung's Martial Arts
5
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I have attended family class with my 2 sons for almost 2 years. The boys enjoyed little dragons and kids classes prior to me joining them.
My favorite things about Chung's...Excellent instruction, supportive learning environment for young kids through adults, flexible class schedule to balance Tae Kwon Do class with our busy schedules, and parent night out events with fun themes!

Tammie Alley reviewed Chung's Martial Arts
5
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Master Chung and his team gave my son self confidence and new self esteem. He was being bullied at school and after reporting it afraid the the guys would come after him. He told me now that he has been going to taekwondo classes, he no longer is afraid and his grades improved! Thank you Master Chung!

Janet Knott Beckwith reviewed Chung's Martial Arts
5
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Master Chung is great with the kids! He has helped my grandson build so much confidence in himself! He is very patient and caring with his students. I would highly recommend Master Chungs Martial Arts!

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Why courtesy is a core tenet of martial arts

Martial arts instructors talk about core tenets – things that dictate our behavior inside and outside of class. These are things that we teach our students. Their value goes far beyond martial arts instruction. In other words, these are life skills.

There are five core tenets that our students learn. In this email, I’ll explain the first tenet to you, and talk about why I think it’s important.

The first tenet is courtesy. If you’ve ever witnessed a martial arts demonstration or competition, you know that each match begins with the combatants bowing to one another.

In our classes, students learn that courtesy and respect are essential. When they behave courteously toward their instructor – and their instructor returns the favor – it builds an atmosphere of respect. In such an environment, kids can learn easily.

We also teach kids to respect one another. There isn’t any name-calling or taunting in our school. Every child learns that being courteous is the key to success. Just as repetitive motions teach them to control their bodies, emphasizing the core tenet of courtesy helps them learn to control their minds and emotions.

It’s normal for kids to test boundaries – in fact, it’s important that they do so. However, it’s just as important for adults to let kids know that boundaries are there for a reason. Teaching and modeling courtesy for them in class is one way we do that.

Sometimes, kids idolize athletes who engage in trash talk and bragging. We think it’s our job to give them a different kind of role model. Our instructors understand kids, and they do more than talk to kids about courtesy. They demonstrate it in everything they do in class.

We find that emphasizing courtesy is a key component of building success for our students. As they learn to move through the world respecting themselves and others, they see the way giving respect changes their interactions with people. They learn that respect begets respect – and that’s a lesson they’ll take with them wherever they go.

If you want your child to learn the core tenet of courtesy, click here to sign up for a trial membership now.