When children begin Taekwondo as a fun activity, parents soon see that the benefits of character development, positive thinking, and healthy bodies. Young students work hard to memorize Taekwondo moves and forms so they can advance and earn new belts. Meanwhile, parents see changes in listening skills, focus, and respect. When students are challenged to achieve their Taekwondo goals, parents notice strengthening character traits and place value on growing levels of patience, resilience, and perseverance in their child. When a young student is supported by their families and have role models as instructors, they're years-long journey in Taekwondo becomes a process of change and development in the student's spirit. When they earn their black belt, they have proven commitment to a single goal that takes many years to accomplish and have been a part of an education in ones self that no other sport can offer. Earning a Taekwondo blackbelt is the best experience for young people to have that positions them to handle life's challenges.
“Do not judge me by my success, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again.”
― Nelson Mandela