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1. Who certifies your Black Belts?
Most people don’t know to ask this question. But it is important to know that the people teaching you or your children are certified, and where their curriculum is recognized outside of that location. Sometimes it is just their school, or their franchise. A student who dedicates several years toward training and earns a Black Belt wants to know that their investment in time and money will be recognized. United Sports Tae Kwon Do is an official USA Taekwondo Club and its Black Belts are certified by the Kukkiwon, the World Taekwondo Headquarters in Seoul, Korea. Our curriculum is taught worldwide in more than 170 countries. Our Black Belts are recognized globally for life.
2. Who teaches the classes?
Confirm that there is a senior instructor teaching every class. Find out that person’s credentials. How many instructors are there? Have the adult instructors have passed background checks? At United Sports Tae Kwon Do, there is always a 2nd Degree Black Belt or higher leading every class, and most often, 4th Degree or higher. Typically, they have several 1st Degree Black Belts assisting them.
3. What is your schedule?
A program is only great if you can attend classes at a time that works for you. Ask what days you can come, and if you can attend alternate classes if you miss the regular day. Two classes a week are recommended for martial arts training. At United Sports Tae Kwon Do, our Beginners have class options 4-6 days a week. Pick any two days that work for you. Want to come a third day? Fine with us. We love students who are motivated to learn! View our full schedule at the bottom of this page.
4. Will my child become more aggressive?
Unless you walk into a school like Cobra Kai from “The Karate Kid,” this should not happen. Ask the school about their philosophy on using martial arts outside of the training gym. Our students take an oath to never misuse Tae Kwon Do, to be champions of freedom and justice, and to build a more peaceful world. We don’t start fights, ever. We instill confidence to walk away whenever possible. We teach skills to defend ourselves if we must. And should that time come, we do so with restraint. So no, your child will not be more aggressive, but they will learn to be assertive in communicating how they expect to be treated.
5. What if my child is not athletic?
Tae Kwon Do is an Olympic sport, but not everyone is an athlete and not everyone is competitive. That’s okay. Tae Kwon Do is about learning new skills and integrating mind and body for improved focus, control, and fitness. Many students who did not find success in stick and ball sports fall in love with martial arts. Ask a school you are considering if they are experienced and comfortable working with non-athletes, or if applicable, children with ADD / ADHD, or who are on the Autism Spectrum. These children benefit from martial arts training and we have seen the results. You will see significant improvement in their focus, control, and confidence. They just need the right teacher. At United Sports Tae Kwon Do, our team members have personal and professional experience in working with kids who learn differently.
United Sports TKD Beginner Class Schedule
Our schedule has been temporarily modified as an adaption to Covid-19. We are training in the studio in very small groups. Students age 7+ can supplement in-person training with unlimited online training.
- Little Tigers (Age 4-6): Tuesdays or Thursdays at 5:15
- Beginner Tae Kwon Do (Age 7+) Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday at 6:15.
- We recommend taking 2-3 Intro Classes first, designed just for our newest students. These meet on Saturday morning.
Our mission is “To help students to become the best version of themselves.” We understand that children learn differently. From the grade school child with ADHD who wants to gain control and focus, to the elite athlete who wants to win a national championship, we work with every student “where they are” to guide them toward their best future.