White Belt Tests
For those new students that are interested in taking the white belt test please either email or inform the primary instructor prior to class. The white belt test is a brief physical test that will take place at the end of a regularly scheduled class and be followed with questions. If you feel you comfortably know Chun Gi (first form), the school rules, and the Korean counting/terminology then you are ready to take the white belt test. You can find the school rules, the definition of Taekwondo, aims to achieve, Korean counting and terminology on our website.
Our TKD club instructors will be having white belt test opportunities starting September 23rd. If you are unable to attend a class next week or are not ready for the white belt test in September there will be other opportunities at the end of class in October as well. After new students pass the white belt test they have the opportunity to purchase a uniform for $18.
Arriving Late to Class
This is just a friendly reminder in case you arrive late to Tae Kwon Do class to perform the late warm-up sequence and then bow in and join the class. The late warm-up sequence is 50 jumping jacks, 50 sit-ups, 50 push-ups and 50 leg lifts. If it is significantly late (passed the superset) please do any additional stretching and then bow in and join the class.