We want to encourage our members to be in attendance for Kyo Sa Nim Adele Gibson’s special Master Level promotion tonight at 6:50pm. We are all very excited for her. Congratulations ma’am! TANG SOO!!!
Teamwork was a necessity for survival growing up in a family of six. Everyone had chores and responsibilities and were expected to do their share. Interesting enough, it seems like this concept of teamwork has slowly been pushed to the side. My encouragement for our members this week is to work on being the best team member at home, work, school and play. I love how TEAM stands for… Together Everyone Achieves More Here are three quick steps to become a better Team Member: 1. Be Better – Continuously step your game up so that you are not a weak [ Read More ]
Thank you to everyone that came out to our beach training on Saturday. Are you still finding sand??? It was a great time of training, teamwork and fellowship. Also, thank you to Master Taylor and Kyo Sa Nim Talyor from Zachary Karate (La) for making the drive to come and train. Our next outdoor training opportunity will be at our Spring Karate Camp. Until then, get outside and train. TANG SOO!!!
It’s easy to get motivated about things we enjoy doing like six inches exercise (just kidding). But seriously, we all desire to get motivated about life in general. How do we get there? I like the way that Zig Ziglar looked at it. “People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily.”Another words, we have to consistently WORK at it. Isn’t this a common message we keep hearing? Want to improve, we must work at it. It’s a simple philosophy. Here are five quick steps to help us improve our Motivation. 1. Set [ Read More ]
To communicate directly with our Children’s Program (After School Karate, Summer Camp, Day Camps), we have added a new phone line. The new phone number is 850-478-0637 . We still have our 850-478-0680 to service individuals needing information regarding our Tiny Tiger or Traditional Prgm.
Sept 17th – Beach Training (10-11:30am) 1303 Fort Pickens Rd, Gulf Breeze, FL 32561 The Tiny Tigers will have a class from 10-10:30 am, and our Traditional Program students will have a class from 10-11:30 am. Be sure to wear your uniform, get a good breakfast, drink plenty of fluids and wear sunscreen. If it is raining, we will still have the class. If is thundering and lightning, please stay home. Check PTSDA Karate Facebook for updates.
Have you ever struggled through a challenging task and you had to dig deep to push yourself through to complete it? Whether it’s a small or great task, it feels fantastic when we don’t give up and allow ourselves the opportunity to reach success. This week, we are going to work on improving our endurance. It was once said that endurance is patience concentrated. Here are five quick steps to help us improve our Endurance. 1. Establish Clear Goals 2. Believe In Yourself 3. Don’t Allow Quitting to be an Option 4. Follow a Routine 5. Tell Yourself I CAN DO IT!
You are invited to our Beginner Introductory Extravaganza! This will be the perfect day to come and try Karate out and see if it is for you. We will have a beginner class, light refreshments and time for you to talk with our staff about signing up. On that day only, we will offer a Beginner Special that will save you $$$. No registration fee ($75 value), FREE Uniform and a 6 Month Contract vs a 1 Yr Contract. Tell your friends. Limited space. Please call us at 850-478-0680 to reserve you place at this special event.
You are invited to our Beginner Introductory Extravaganza! This will be the perfect day to come and try Karate and see if it is for you. We will have a beginner class, light refreshments and time for you to talk with our staff about signing up. On that day only, we will offer a Beginner Special that will save you $$$. No registration fee ($75 value), FREE Uniform and a 6 Month Contract vs a 1 Yr Contract. Tell your friends. Limited space. Please call us at 850-478-0680 to reserve your place at this special event.
Nothing beats the feeling when you receive a high quality service or product. NOTHING beats the feeling of receiving a low quality service or product. This week, we are are encouraging our members to raise their standard to increase their personal level of quality at the dojang. Yes, quality does take effort. However, by setting our sights (focus) on what we want to accomplish, we are plotting our course to a place that is well respected and desired by others. Here are four quick steps to help us get on track in this area of Quality. 1. Plan – prior [ Read More ]