Sidekicks Taekwondo Classes

 

Sidekicks Taekwondo Classes for kids five years old and up to adults are taught by Grandmaster Orange and his community of Taekwondo  instructors.

 

Sidekicks Martial Arts Academy has a waiting list of kids under age 5 who are lined up to enroll, once they reach the minimum age for taekwondo classes.

 

Sidekicks Taekwondo Classes

Classes at Sidekicks Martial Arts Academy include:

  • Taekwondo Classes for Kids

Home to many second generation students, Sidekicks is a community. It’s a place to build character, learn self discipline, and practice self control.

As a result, each class with GMO creates opportunity for family bonding and personal self development.

  • Taekwondo Classes for Teens

  • Taekwondo Classes for Adults

 

Sidekicks Instructors guide each student along while supporting their individual progress.

 

Do girls practice Taekwondo?

 

Yes! A lot of girls practice Taekwondo. Young girls can learn to practice Taekwondo. In fact, girls outnumber boys in Sidekicks Taekwondo classes. Girls that take Sidekicks Taekwondo classes typically are very good Taekwondo students. Most noteworthy, they are good at following the instruction and thus, often advance faster than the boys. This is a fact that GMO has observed over the 35 + years that he has been teaching Kids Taekwondo classes.

 

Sidekicks Taekwondo Classes

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Girls from age 5 can be quite good at Taekwondo! 

 

Here on the Sidekicks Martial Arts Academy You Tube Channel, are many videos of girls practicing Taekwondo.

 

 

Can women learn to practice Taekwondo?

 

Yes, definitely.  Sidekicks Taekwondo classes allow women to emphasize their innate physical strengths. Women naturally have lots of leg power.  Sidekicks Taekwondo classes help them to access and harness their intrinsic strength. For that reason, learning and practicing Taekwondo as a woman, is an excellent method of physical self-development.

 

 

 

You can check out a few videos here from Sidekicks Martial Arts students in action.