My Body Achieves What My Mind Believes!

Sylvi competes at her first tournament as a red belt, completing a requirement to become a black belt.

Sylvi competes at her first tournament as a red belt, completing a requirement to become a black belt.

"My body achieves what my mind believes," will become an important motto heard and practiced during the Summer 2016 session at Lakes Martial Arts in Minneapolis.

If we train our mind, our body becomes stronger. And smarter. And healthier.

What's the weakest part of the body?

The mind.

By focusing on our goals, we can improve what we set our mind to. Higher kicks, doing our best in school, listening to our parents, smashing a board at our black belt testing... all of these require us to focus on our goals!

MATERIAL FOR SUMMER 2016 SESSION >>

The Tiny Tigers must complete the first half of the form (moves #1 - #14) and the first one-step self-defense moves, while the Karate Kids & Adults must complete the entire form and both one-steps.

BEGINNERS

Challenging moves: jump front kick above our head, double knife hand block, strong stances

Songahm 3 material HERE

 

INTERMEDIATE & ADVANCED

Challenging moves/board break: jump ax kick (head level), #1 jump front kick, square block, upset knife hand strike

In Wha 2 material HERE 

For extra credit, DOWNLOAD THE PARENT SHEET HERE.