“The attitude I choose impacts others,” reminds us of the importance of a SUPER FANTASTIC attitude. After all, attitudes are contagious.
Of all things in life we can't control of, there is one thing we CAN control: OUR ATTITUDE!
Attitude is rooted in confidence and faith in your ability to do your best. We can choose a good attitude, or a bad attitude. It is up to us.
What is attitude? What does a positive attitude look like? What is it for? All of those answers can be found in this special blog post here.
Material for this session (Click on bold to download PDF):
All Tiny Tiger and Karate Kid Students >> Songahm 2. Tiny Tigers do first half of form (moves 1-12) and one-step #1. Karate Kids complete the entire form and BOTH one-steps.
Single Ssahng Jeol Bong Weapon Form >> Tiny Tigers perform weapons freestyle of their choice. Karate Kid beginners perform first half, Intermediate and Advanced students complete the entire form.
Board break >> (intermediate and advanced students only): Round kick using ball of foot (the bottom), not the top of the foot (instep).
Also, for the first time, the single ssahng jeol bahng form will be demonstrated at testing. Beginners will show the first half (before the turn), intermediates and advanced students will show the entire form. This will help prepare us for competing with a weapons form at the Twin Cities Regional Tournament in Shakopee in March, 2019.
Mark your calendars, our next testing held at Pershing Park Recreation Center at 6pm on February 13, 2019 at Pershing Rec Center.