Black Belt Excellence
This month we are tackling Responsibility for our kids Krav Maga classes.
The Definition of RESPONSIBILITY is the obligation or duty. As Guru Tim Lucas always says, ” If you don’t take responsibility then you won’t have any respond/ability”. Blaming other people like the President, your boss, your teacher , coach, or your parents for your problems, lack of success, or sorrows in you life means your not taking responsibility for your own actions. Therefore, you will not be able to change, because your waiting on them to change.
There are 5 requirements for the stripe of excellence
* Responsible behavior at home.
*Responsible behavior and passing grades at school.
*Overall performance and attendance a Erie Krav Maga
*Completion of the monthly Excellence activity
*Returning the excellence home/school Approval sheet to you instructor on time.
Erie Krav Maga School info
Erie Krav Maga has been serving the Erie community for over thirteen years. This is the only school in the area that teaches Krav Maga. The four areas of Krav Maga are Combative, Self-Defense, Kickboxing and Weapons training. We have awesome age appropriate combat or reality based Martial art classes for children and adults. Most importantly is our Kids character development program. For example, our three rules of class and Life are Try your Best, improve a little and have Fun. Furthermore, we teach a full range of combat/reality based Martial Arts for self-defense/personal safety including empty handed and weapons skills.
We want all of our students to have self-confidence in their ability to defend themselves and their families if the need should arise.
Our head instructor Guru Tim has over 40 years’ experience. Guru Tim Lucas is the owner and head instructor of Erie Krav Maga. Guru Tim has over forty (40) years’ experience in combat or reality based Martial Arts. Also, Erie Krav Maga has coed age appropriate class for ages 5 and older.
Our promise is that with the utmost professionalism, in a safe atmosphere, and with care and respect, to uphold and teach our students the values and life skills that will lead to remarkable improvements in academics, careers, and relationships. – Literally making a better community one black belt at a time.