Master Instructor
Master Instructor- A Senior Certified Instructor that reaches the rank of a 5Th Degree Black Belt. (All Instructors are required to assist in two classes per week.)
Certified Instructor
Certified Instructor– You must test at a High Rank Instructor Testing: At the testing you must know all the forms and one-steps up to your current rank, free spar instructors at the high rank testing, do 5 chosen board breaks, an oral presentation in front of High Rank Instructors, and a written exam. You must
Junior Certified Instructor– You must test at a High Rank Instructor Testing: At the testing you must know all the forms and one-steps up to your current rank, free spar instructors at the high rank testing, do 5 chosen board breaks, an oral presentation in front of High Rank Instructors, and a written exam. You
Trainee Instructor
Trainee Instructor– You must be a Decided 1st Degree Black Belt, have a recommendation from your instructor to become a trainee, and you must know all the forms and one-steps up to your current rank. (All Instructors are required to assist in two classes per week.)
Coach Instructor– You must be at least a Green or Blue belt, have a recommendation from your instructor to become a coach, and you must know all the forms and one-steps up to your current rank. (All Instructors are required to assist in two classes per week.)
White Belt
Objects of TaeKwondo: To develop an appreciation for TaeKwondo as a sport and as an art. To achieve physical fitness through positive participation. To Improve mental discipline and emotional equanimity. To learn self-defense skills. To develop a sense of responsibility for one self and others. White Belt Signifies innocence, as that of a beginning student
Yellow Belt
White & Yellow Belt students learn and prepare for free sparring by learning One-Steps. One-steps are done on a partner and teaches the student how to use kicks, blocks, and strikes on an opponent learning proper control and striking points. Yellow Belt Signifies Earth, from which a plant sprouts and takes root as the TaeKwondo foundations
Sr. Certified Instructor– Goes through an Internship with their Instructor to learn how to run and operate their own Martial Arts School. (All Instructors are required to assist in two classes per week.)
Front Kick
This is a very linear kick. The practitioner raises the knee to the waist, pulls the toes back and quickly extends the foot at the target.The front kick is one of the first kicks learned in TaeKwondo; if mastered it can become one of the most powerful. This technique is more meant to be used