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  1. My Story Of Tae Kwon Do

    Dinnell Savage

    Hello my name is D.J Savage I'am 12 years old, an I'm goin to tell you the story of how I started Tae Kwon Do. It all started when I was 10 the feeling of Tae Kwon Do was so powerful I feel like I could anything. When I was 11 years old I got better by every minute. My Grand Master Jong Man Park has helped me become a better person. I loved so many things about Tae Kwon Do was that I made many great friends, and had a greatest feeling of achievement when I had acquired my new belt. I thank my family for putting me in to Tae Kwon Do If I wasn't in Tae Kwon Do I wouldn't be able to defend myself or others I cared about. When ever I come to class I feel like I want to test for my next belt, I was excited about testing for my Black Belt I could feel the way a grandmaster would when they was the best in their country, I would like to become a legend like Bruce Lee! I would try hard everyday for my next belt an try to give a hundred percent to become much more better in Tae Kwon Do. My family and Grand Master Park for helping me gain confidence. I'am now on a way to bigger and better things from Tae Kwon Do's guidance.

  2. The Long Way

    Morgan Krieter

    I began Tae Kwon Do on May 19th,2010 thinking it as a way of exercising,but it became more of a personal challenge for me. When I had attended my first day of class ,Grand Master Park told me that one day I would become a Black Belt! I have had many struggles overcoming my physical issues such as, a knee injury, problems with eye to hand coordination, spine issues and medication that would be bothersome to my sense of focus. Along with physical issues, I had many family obligations as well. When I had to retake a Belt Test I couldn't stand of what I done to retake it. That inspired me to work harder ,too make sure I passed an the results were eexcellent it made me much stronger. In the process of making of making my body stronger I also believed that my personality had grown, and it strengthened my will to succeed, making my mind stronger too. The many struggles and conflicts may have dulled me, but with the help of Grand Master Park's instruction, patience, and inspiration, these obstacles did not stop me from achieving my goal. My great thanks to Grand Master Park, as well as Ms. Moon Lee, Becky Flores and the other instructors for their help as well as the support of my family. I will always be grateful for everyone's guidance and encouraging words. I have learned many lessons over the past 3 years of instuctions and discpline from Tae Kwon Do. Tae Kwon Do has served to train my mind and body that shall benefit me in all parts of my life. I'am greatful to have achieved my goal of earning my Black Belt I look forward to setting an achieving new goals for myself.  8/10/13

  3. Now and Forever

    Neil Schmidt

    My name is Neil Schmidt, I'am a twelve year old student of Parks Martial Arts. Tae Kwon Do has helped me improve physically an mentally, I practice almost everyday  ever since I was a white belt I have waited for this moment ever since. Me an my sister had joined Tae Kwon Do ,but my sister had quit, that didn't stop me though my mind was focused on becoming a black belt. Seeing other black belts  with their powerful skills an varitey's of poomsae, hand technique, one step sparring, Hapkido, and the role of a Leader! I have come from a long way but I know that I'am finally ready. Getting a black belt is a dream becoming true. I'am truly thankful for my Mother an Father, Master Park, and Mrs. Moon Lee and other fellow black belts for guiding and encouraging me. When I become a black belt I will continue to practice hard and help Master Park. The way of Tae Kwon Do has helped me concentrate and focus on the most important things I'd encounter in life. Tae Kwon Do has changed my life greatly it made me into a better and stronger person.감사합니다


  4. The Adventure of a Life Time

    Sage Santos

    My name is Sage Hunter Santos and I am 11 years old. I started Taekwondo when I was only 8 years old. Before I was in martial arts, I have never heard of anything about Taekwondo except karate and wrestling. I was mostly into sports like hockey, football, and basketball. I remembered my first day in Mu Do Martial Arts, I was very shy and nervous, but Master Daniel was very nice and welcoming to me. After my first day, I realized how fun and awesome Taekwondo is. I have also made lots of friends along the way, but sadly some of my friends that I started with are not going to finish with me because they quit, but I am very proud of myself and my other friends that are still around. Even though I have played other sports, Taekwondo training has been my favorite. It has taught me discipline, confidence, and integrity. I love sparring, breaking boards, training with my friends, and fighting in all of my tournaments. I still cannot believe that I can actually do all these things.

    I am very excited to be a black belt soon. I like to thank my parts for their support, cheering me on, and being there for me to all of my classes and tournaments. Thanks you to Master Daniel for training me, being there for me and believing in me when I thought I could not do it. He is the best instructor that always believes that I can do better and I am proud to be his student. It has been so much fun and I have learned a lot about myself. I am proud to say, “I AM A STUDENT FROM MU DO MARTIAL ARTS!


  5. The first time I started Taekwondo

    Shane Martin

    My name is Shane Martin and I am going to become a black belt. When I had first started Taekwondo, I was ten years old. When I started it, the date was June 4, 2010. Always when I was a little boy, I loved to watch martial arts movies such as “The Karate Kid”. My younger brother and I had always dreamed of learning martial arts and becoming good at it, but when I started Taekwondo, I figured out it was the best martial arts.

    The first time I started Taekwondo, I was not good at it. I was could not even do a front snap kick or touch my toes. Over the past years, my instructor, Master Daniel, has helped me improve so much. Also, the other instructors have helped me and everyone else too. I am happy that I am going to become a black belt at the age of thirteen. I thank my parents for enrolling me in Taekwondo. I also thank Master Daniel and the other instructors for helping me get better at Taekwondo and helping me reach my goal of becoming a black belt.