Now into our second year in business during the COVID-19 pandemic, we thought you should know why joining Becks’ Martial Arts during times of COVID could be a great idea for your family. 

SAFETY

We are committed to the safety of our community. Beginning in March 2020, Becks’ has implemented the highest level of safety protocols outlined and enforced by Larimer County, Colorado. Face masks are worn in class and our instruction staff regularly undergoes training in leading fun and active classes while developing safer methods of training students in self-defense and taekwondo. 

LEADERS IN TAEKWONDO

Through our strong network of martial arts schools across the country, Becks’ is a leader in innovating the education of martial arts during these challenging times. We began in March 2020 changing the ways we teach to satisfy the safety concerns of our community. Zoom classes, private video lessons, casual virtual hangouts, outdoor park classes, National virtual tournaments, and socially distanced safe in-school classes are just a few of the new ways Becks’ offers its programs across a wide spectrum of community members.

A COVID YEAR IN REVIEW

Becks’ recognized that when our world was shutting down around us, that routine and regular lifestyle activities were so important to maintain. We do everything possible to continue to be a resource and refuge from the daily challenges of living in a pandemic. Physical and mental health have been the hardest hit areas of our lives. Becks’ has committed to protect the well being of our community members as best we can. Thanks to great leadership and a wonderful community in Northern Colorado, Becks’ students were hard at work in 2020. 

  • 257  > Number of color belt ranks earned.
  • 10 > Days of masked up socially distanced summer camp.
  • 14 > Number of black belt students who received a new rank.
  • 4 > Black belt rank Mrs. Beck earned at her high dan testing.
  • 2 > Number of new Instructors at Becks. Congrats again Ms Ari and Ms Sehwa.
  • 1,200 > Dollar amount of donations received for The Matthew’s House charity car wash.
  • 5,784 > Number of Colorado Eagles fans that watched our on-ice intermission show.
  • 2 > Number of “Best School” awards received:  presented by UWTA & NoCo Style Magazine.
  • 28 > River miles traveled on the 1st Annual Becks Men’s Canoe Trip.
  • 75 > Hours of training videos filmed for “Stay at Home” and “Safer at Home” taekwondo.
  • 8 > Weeks we hosted “Virtual Hangouts” to stay connected to friends during quarantine. 
  • 3 > Number of tournaments, virtual and in-school, Becks students participated in.
  • 1,981 > Dollar amount of HopeLives Kickathon donations raised.  
  • 1,000 > Number of water balloons busted at the Becks Bash Summer Picnic.
  • 220 > Weight in pounds of food donated to the Food Bank of Larimer County.
  • 5> Months we hosted outdoor classes at Spring Park. 
  • Too many to count > All of the amazing connections and moments we’ve had this year.

Our mission is to be an asset to the community and a support system for parents through martial arts training. We inspire students of all ages to better themselves both physically and emotionally and grow to become the best people they can be.

We teach five important tenets in the operation of our school: courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self-control, and indomitable spirit. Our success is attributed to the ethics and perseverance inherent in these guiding tenets.