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Joe Stidman reviewed K3 Martial Arts
5
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When we signed my daughter up, she was lacking focus and respect. She has gained so much in a short period of time and we have the instructors at dragon star to thank. We love having her there and she loves attending. I recommend them to everyone.

Isaac Vallee reviewed K3 Martial Arts
5
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They make every class FUN for the kids while instilling such great and practical life lessons. Both of my kids have learned so much in just a few months.

Shari Bazinet reviewed K3 Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

We highly recommend K3 Martial Arts to any one looking to put their Son or Daughter in an enthusiastic, positive, high energy, constructive, fun, educational program that helps kids become amazing adults!!! The staff is amazing!!! Go K3! You Rock!!

Kon-El Kent reviewed K3 Martial Arts
5
via Facebook

About 5 months ago, I finally found a studio that was the right fit for me. It was love at first jab/cross punches. I was able to find Team Dragon Star through google. I checked out the website and saw the special (there are great summer specials happening now. I filled out the info online and paid with my card,I received a call to make an appointment for my class. I made it to class. Before my first Krav Maga class, I watched students walk into the room with no belts and students with yellow or orange belts. They belts looked pretty I wanted to have one made just specially for me. As I observed the students warming up and stretching, I noticed that everyone is a different ethnicity and most importantly the class was full of different ages. You’ve got a teenager taking the class with her 40 something year old father. Retired individuals. You’ve got a few young kids from their teens all the way to students that all in their late 50s and early 60s. Sounds scary but they had to have started somewhere just like everyone to matter what socioeconomic background you came from this Dojo does not discriminate anyone because of their size, gender, color and age. we are all treated the same from our instructors.

The class itself was amazing. Now I was a runner a few years ago. I ate healthy, worked out 5-6 times a week, trained for half marathons that I did every few months. That was when I was certified as a personal trainer with the American Council on Exercise. I had all the advantages I could think out of. That was 1.5 years ago. I felt a little confident. It was quite a challenge for me since it's been months since the last time I ran around the block. My breathing was hard, sweat was coming down my face into my eyes but these was pains of awesomeness.

We were pushed and I thought if these students can do it I can too. Johnny our head instructor introduced himself to me before class and reminded me that I know my own body and if I should stop (not quit) I could. During the class the students were encouraging and gave a lot of pep talk during moves we had to do. Great group of people. I did it was my first thought after the first session of Krav Maga. It amazingly challenging. Getting through the first class made me more hungry for the next class.

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THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS “TOUGH”

… THERE IS ONLY TRAINED AND UNTRAINED

In K3 classes many of the lessons learned are initially physical lessons. These lessons include getting out of your comfort zone by pushing past being tired, feeling your muscles being sore, trying to get 30 seconds more of extra effort when your body is saying that it just can’t go any further

Over time a person comes to realize that many of these physical challenges serve a much higher purpose than just conditioning the body, even though conditioning the body by itself is an essential ingredient of a stronger, fitter mind and body.

The higher purpose that I am speaking of is developing a mental toughness and developing an attitude of belief in oneself and one’s ability.

This mental toughness is important for children in our Karate programs as well as adults in Krav Maga.  It transfers from the Dojo to academic school, work, sports, and daily life.

Achieving this mental toughness happens in small steps. It happens by continually moving ourselves out of our comfort zones and realizing that the old limit that we had placed on ourselves mentally and physically is no longer true. We now have a higher goal to reach for.

Yours for Fitness, Protection & Success,

Seh Ssung Doyle McMahan