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*Below are some key items to review before you start your journey*
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Membership fees go directly back into the facility and programs offered at Kamikaze Punishment Foundation allowing us to maintain a high standard of instruction with quality training areas.
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HOW CAN I COME CHECK OUT THE FACILITY AND MEET THE INSTRUCTORS?
TO REGISTER FOR PROGRAMS
WE PREFER AN EMAIL Kamikaze@writeme.com TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT For a free trial.
*OR SIMPLY COME BY OUR FACILITY*
*MONDAY THRU FRIDAY *
*5PM TO 6PM *
REGISTER IN PERSON.
Bring your gym attire such as shorts, shirt and water bottle for your trial session to be successful.
We have gear for you to use on your trial sessions until you purchase your own gear.
Some common etiquette to know before becoming a KP student of Martial Arts
Becoming a student of Martial Arts should not be taken lightly. There is a discipline and an attitude that should be understood and accepted before you step foot in a dojo for the first time. All of the manners and etiquette of the dojo should be maintained on the inside and the out. It is the hardest part to learn, more so than the kicking and punching, but it is the only way to live a life with a fruitful attitude.
Improves Skill Sets Learning martial arts will impact several areas of life. When you are serious about learning martial arts, you will find that you are improving in several areas of your life. Focus, memorization, discipline, goal setting, effort, confidence, and respect.
Courtesy and respect are key elements in training in martial arts How we behave is how others perceive us to be. When considering martial arts, remember the following:
Keep your ego in check. Learning Martial Art, just like learning anything else, will have its good parts and bad parts. You will continually absorb information, from the beginning through advanced lessons, and keeping your mind open to learning will keep training fun and make it an enjoyable experience overall.
Warm up. Do not skip class warm up sessions. Warming up is not just about avoiding injury. It prepares your mind and body for the lessons to come and incorporates movements and techniques that will help improve performance.
Master basic techniques first. Advanced techniques are based on a solid mastery of the basics. Rushing through the basics, or not learning to do them properly, to get to the more advanced levels will impede development and your ability to advance to higher levels.
Be patient and focus on your educational path. Progress takes time and practice, and that is what is needed to advance through martial arts. Concentrate on learning the techniques and the development of your skills, train, and the advancements will come naturally.
Keep communication open with your instructors. Your instructors are your guides through your martial arts training. Speak with them openly and honestly when you have questions or concerns. It will help maximize your learning experience.
Relax. Take your time and move through the techniques at a natural pace. Doing so will significantly improve your ability to secure and escape positions and do better in your training overall.
Some things to know before you walk into your first dojo.
Remove your shoes upon entering and sign in.
Change in designated rooms provided.
Bring a water bottle to fill from the provided water cooler. Do not drink directly from the cooler.
Bow to the center of the mat upon entering and exiting.
Class begins with students lined up and giving a formal bow to the instructor.
Keep finger and toe nails neatly trimmed, for everyone's safety.
Keep uniform neat and clean at all times.
Gi classes require Gi top and bottom and level appropriate belt.
No Cell Phones will be used during class.
No-Gi classes require the rash guard, or t-shirt and pants, or shorts.
Ask for permission if you need to leave the mat or the class early.
Keep talking to a minimum. Conversations should be class subject related.
Stay focused on the instructor and show respect at all times.
Sit quietly and listen to the instructor as they are explaining or demonstrating concepts and techniques.
Belching, on or off the mat, is not permitted.
All jewelry and piercings should be removed prior to the start of training.
No shoes, food, or drink, are permitted on the mat at any time.