Supplementing Sports with Martial Arts

Imagine your child on the field running quicker than ever before, outmaneuvering all opponents, and having the confidence to overcome every obstacle! Today I’d like to talk about the benefits of supplementing youth sports with martial arts training! Before we can, we must overcome the first challenge standing between your child and the achievements listed above. Martial Arts instructors from around the nation often notice a trend revolving around youth sports. Children and Parents often Read more…

Swift Current Christian Tae Kwon Do finds success in Brooks

Seven members of Swift Current Christian Tae Kwon Do participated in the Fire Dragon Taekwondo Championship on May 11 in Brooks, bringing home eight gold medals, one silver and one bronze in sparring and poomsae (forms).  “We are excited for everyone that competed. They have been training hard for months and it’s great to see their hard work paying off,” says Chief Instructor, Gary Voysey. Close to 150 competitors were signed up for the tournament Read more…

5 Genius Fitness Tips Every Full-Time Working Mom Must Try

5 Genius Fitness Tips Every Full-Time Working Mom Must TryWhy Every Working Mom Feels Short On Time Most Of The Time. Lifehack.orgWorking moms struggle with a lack of time more than most people do. From getting the kids ready for daycare or school to making sure they are safe and sound, every waking hour seems to be given to your children. It’s for good reason: they are your pride and joy.You also have a house to maintain: laundry to Read more…

Martial Arts Proven Beneficial for Individuals with Autism.

A recent and growing trend that has provided many benefits for children on the autism spectrum involves their engagement in karate and other martial arts. A 2010 research project conducted by the University of Wisconsin physical therapy department confirmed what parents were already reporting – in the course of learning martial arts, children with autism essentially came out of their shells and grew more socially assertive and cooperative. They exhibited better balance and motor coordination, eye contact improved and Read more…

Summer 2019 Hours

Summer Hours for 2019 Summer hours begin on July 3. From July 3 to August 31 our hours and class times are as follows: MONDAYS Chung Do Kids moves to Tuesdays at 5PM Beginner Youth moves to Tuesdays at 4PM Advanced Class remains at 6:15PM TUESDAYS:  9:00 AM Chung Do Kids 10:00 AM Beginner Youth/Intermediate Youth 4:00 PM Intermediate Youth 5:00 PM Chung Do Kids 6:00 PM Family Class 7:15 PM Adult Class WEDNESDAYSBeginner Youth Read more…

Kims Challenge 2019

Congratulations to all our athletes who did so well at this years Kims Challenge. Sparring: Hanna Amundson – Gold Braden Carleton – Gold Bronwyn Day – Gold Callie Ebner – Gold Jordyn Hir – Gold Quinten Hir – Gold Taryn Legault – Gold Sienna Alexandre – Silver Brooklyn Hir – Silver Tate Unger – Silver Poomsae results: Callie Ebner – Gold Tate Unger – Gold Braden Carleton – Silver Bronwyn Day – Silver Brooklyn Hir Read more…

2018 Summer Hours

Summer hours begin on July 3. From July 3 to August 31 our hours and class times are as follows: MONDAYS Chung Do Kids moves to Tuesdays at 5PM Beginner Youth moves to Tuesdays at 4PM Advanced Class remains at 6:15PM TUESDAYS: NO CHANGE TO HOURS WEDNESDAYS Beginner Youth moves to Thursdays at 5PM THURSDAYS: NO CHANGE TO HOURS FRIDAYS Chung Do Kids moves to Thursdays at 4PM Classes will resume September 4

Keeping Kids Hydrated, And Yourself!

Keeping Kids Hydrated Make sure your children get plenty of liquids to stay healthy and active this summer, and help them develop good hydration habits for a lifetime. By Debra Wittrup No Sweat   Children are much more prone to dehydration than adults because their bodies don’t cool down as efficiently, and they are never more at risk than during the heat of summer. The danger arises when fluids are leaving the body through sweating Read more…

What do kids want in a coach?

What do kids want in a coach?   We asked kids in an online survey: “What should a coach care about most?” You might expect them to answer “to focus on winning.” But “Put me in, coach!” is what most kids really want.   In fact, the majority didn’t think winning was all that important. Only 7% of girls said coaches should be most concerned with winning, while about 18% of boys said so. Here’s what boys and Read more…

WHY I NEVER LET MY KIDS QUIT…ANYTHING

From Grown and Flown – parenting never ends.      Quitting. We quit jobs, we quit marriages, we walk out on friendships and sometimes we let people down when the going gets tough. Sometimes it is necessary, even the right thing to do. Our kids quit teams and music lessons, art classes and after school programs.   Sometimes it’s necessary, but sometimes they are bored or don’t like the coach or would just rather play Read more…