M-BCP&R Tae Kwon Do program is for children who are at least 6 years old and in school.
Randy Britton, M-BCP&R’s lead Tae Kwon Do instructor resides in Martinsburg, WV. He has been studying/instructing Tae Kwon Do for over 14 years and is a Board certified Tae Kwon Do 3rd Dan from the South-Central Tae Kwon Do Association. Our program is also national affiliated school within the Chung Do Kwan USA organization.
Overall Program Information:
Students will learn basic self-defense skills such as blocks, kicks, and strikes. Participants will learn choreographed moves called forms. Also, students will learn various block and counter-attack drills with partners. Bag drills will be used to increase focus, power, and technique. In addition to learning new skills, classes offer increased flexibility, balance, coordination, and muscle memory. Our program offers a beginner, intermediate and advanced classes.
- Beginner class: 9:00-10:00 a.m. White to Yellow belt. Basic introduction of self-defense. Students start learning basic moves, forms, and 3 step drills.
- Intermediate class: 10:00-11:30 a.m. Yellow to Black belts. More involved training on moves sets, forms, 3 step drills, board breaking, and sparring. Students are encouraged to participate in Tae Kwon Do events/clinics.
- Advanced class: 11:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Black belts. Advanced training/fighting techniques. Some weapons training. Students are transitioning into instructors.
Uniforms & Testing:
Participants will be required to wear a white uniform (information will be provided to your family at your first class). If you are just trying it out for the first time, do not feel obligated to purchase a uniform immediately. Participants who continue to register for the class will need to purchase a uniform (usually after the first month).
All testing will be at the instructor’s discretion and will carry an additional fee outside of M-BCP&R.