The Lil’Dragons classes are for ages 4-6. In these classes we concentrate on teaching your child basic skill building such as punching, kicking, running, jumping, crawling, forms, respect, honesty, self-control, discipline, how to get along with other kid’s and the structure of a class environment. We do a lot of skill building drills to help the young children build their basic skills.
Basic Taekwondo Class
This class is for beginners ages 7-11 white belt through green stripe. This class we teach our Taekwondo curriculum which includes forms, kicking techniques, free sparring, 1-step sparring, Olympic style kicking combinations, hand combinations, falling techniques, and more. In this class we do more physical and mental training to help the children build their self-confidence. We also teach them responsibility by making them practice at home which also helps them get better grades in school. We teach them to respect their parents, teachers, masters, and friends.
Junior Black Belt Club Class
This class is for students ages 7-11 green belt and up. In this class we teach them the same as we do in the Basic class with a little more emphasis on physical and mental training along with sparring, weapons 1-step sparring, self-defense, and fitness.
Adult & Teen Beginner And Advanced Class
This class is for ages 12 and up, all belt levels. This class is really focused on fitness and strength building teaching the students how to make maximum power on all of their techniques. This class covers all aspect of Taekwondo training including weapons, self-defense, 1-step and free sparring, forms, competition drills, and more.
Cho's Black Belt Academy Sumemr Camps 2021!
Fun for kids ages 4-17! Learn Taekwondo, Self-defense & Korean Culture!
Cho’s Black Belt Academy is committed to providing quality martial arts instruction to each and every student. We teach the traditional Moo Duk Kwan style of Taekwondo. This is the first style of Taekwondo that was started after Korea broke free of the occupation of Japan.
Taekwondo means “The Way of Fist and Foot Fighting.” Although an ancient and once secret Korean art of weaponless self-defense, it is now a Korean sport in which either two persons practice methods of unarmed fighting or one person can exercise for both physical fitness and self-defense. Still primarily a defensive art of self-protection, Taekwondo has in the past four decades also rapidly developed as an injury-free international competitive sport.
The Taekwondo master teaches the importance of both physical and mental conditioning by building up his student’s self-confidence, self-respect, and self-discipline. Form practice helps the student with reflex action, speed, stance, concentration, focus, power, and more, and is a pleasure to watch the beautiful movements.
Although knowing valuable self-defense skills generates a tremendous sense of security, the true martial artist should be able to walk away from a potential or threatening fight situation without a loss of self-esteem; moreover, ego gratification is never required. Ultimately, the sound mind in a sound body will succeed at its life’s calling.
Cho's Blackbelt Academy
Cho’s Black Belt Academy is headed by Supreme Grandmaster Byung Kon Cho who is a ninth-degree black belt in Taekwondo. Cho started training in Soul Korea at age 10. He later trained soldiers to get ready to go to Viet Nam. He moved to the USA and trained students in Green Bay, Wisconsin and now has a Taekwondo School in Winchester, Virginia. Cho is the founder of the Universal Martial Arts Association.
Cho’s Black Belt Academy of Fond du Lac and Ripon, Wisconsin is owned and operated by Grandmaster Paul Benish who is a seventh-degree black belt in Taekwondo and certified in the Universal Martial Arts Association. Paul has been an instructor since 1989 and also trained in Korea in 1989. Paul has a School at 331 Winnebago Dr in Fond du Lac, WI and at 404 Eureka St in Ripon, WI.