• To stay motivated, you should reward yourself at each step toward further fulfilling your goals When you are setting your goals, pencil in what your reward will be as you accomplish each short-term goal. By making the rewards better and better as you fulfill each short-term goal, you will constantly jump-start your motivation to keep […]
  • Congratulations to our students who ranked for their next sashes! To Green Sash Black Stripe: Diego Moreno To Green Sash White Stripe: Kai Diesing Alexander Solen To Yellow Sash Red Stripe: Will Atherton Justen Force Eli O’Toole To Yellow Sash Black Stripe: Caleb Langhoff To Yellow Sash White Stripe: Jackson Caldwell Zachary Copetas Chris Wilkins […]
  • The road to mastery has many mistakes. The hardest part of learning Kung Fu is that you are going to make mistakes and you are going to be wrong most of the time. Many students feel that if they are making mistakes, then they are failing in their practice and they think that maybe Kung […]
  • All perceived failures are simple examples of how not to do something. It’s simple: you will get the results you want, or the lesson you need. Not everything in life turns out exactly as we imagine. Through your practice, you will be confronted with many areas of frustration, where you’ll feel like you just can’t […]
  • If you can see it, then you can believe it, and then you can become it. You want to make changes in your life but keep putting them off. One of the best ways to start making those changes is to visualize them until you make them happen. Try to see yourself where you want […]
  • The secret to success and a high level of personal motivation comes from the inside out, not the outside in. Through your Kung Fu practice you will improve your life in so many ways: improved physical fitness, better endurance, stronger muscles, and increased metabolism, but it is the internal aspects you will cherish the most. […]
  • You may not be entering the Olympics, but you can still be a champion. You don’t have to win a gold medal to be a champion, but you can train and act like a champion. Champions train consistently, encourage others around them, bring out the best in their teammates, and always have a winning attitude. […]
  • When you move your body, you raise your spirits. The easiest way to stay motivated is to stay consistent in your practice. The more you train, the better you feel inside and outside of the school. You will find that consistent practice will give you more energy in your daily life.
  • Congratulations to our students who ranked for their next sashes! To Purple Sash Tom Roy To Green Sash Purple Stripe Alonso Moreno To Yellow Sash Green Stripe Antonio Fontes To Yellow Sash Elan Cannon Jen Kearney Kevin Sheppard To White Sash Yellow Stripe Elizabeth Atherton Nick Deese Christopher Fritz Giovanni Sabatelli Roger Zimmerman To White […]
  • Don’t hope for your life to become easier. Push yourself to be a stronger and more capable person. Students become discouraged in their practice because they are pushing themselves too hard, or they are not pushing themselves hard enough. “Kung Fu” translates approximately to “skill that is acquired through hard work over time.” Students need […]