Q:  How many classes per week should I attend?

A: We recommend a minimum of two classes per week, plus a certain amount of practice time in between classes as the perfect level of training. This allows the student time to work on material between classes and become proficient  before new concepts are introduced. Unlimited classes are available at no extra cost. In addition, we start all new students out with private classes until the student feels comfortable enough to be merged into a group setting.


Q: Will there be other beginners in my class?

A: Beginning your classes here at R.E.A.D.Y. Taekwondo will be very easy. You will be taught separately from the main class with personalized instruction at your own pace. We will also assign you a “buddy” so you can quickly learn about the school from an experienced student. You will feel at home here in no time at all.


Q: Will my classes be safe?

A: Absolutely. All classes are taught by Grand Master Smith and are strictly monitored to ensure complete safety.


Q: What about sparring?

A: You will gradually learn, through a safe, step-by-step method, sparring strategies. In addition, all students are required to wear a complete set of safety equipment. Consequently, the chance of injury is very small to none. Students find sparring is easy to learn and lots of fun.


Q: How long will it take me to become proficient?

A: It varies with each individual depending on the effort put forth. Students are very often amazed by their own ability and accomplishments in as little as 6 months. Taekwondo will give you the confidence of knowing that you can defend yourself in most situations. Your real goal, however, should be to attain the rank of black belt. This level of proficiency typically takes 3 years. Once again, however, this will vary depending on your level of effort and desire.


Q: My child is very aggressive. Will Taekwondo cause him/her to be even more aggressive and fight others?

A: Taekwondo training and discipline will actually diminish such aggressiveness and develop a strong self-control and respect for others.


Q: I am 66 years old. May I take Taekwondo with my Grandchild?

A: We have many Grandparents that train with their Grandchildren as well as entire families! We have children as young as 4 years old and adults well into their 70’s. Each student trains at his or her own physical level.


Q: How do we get started?

A: Just give us a call and we can schedule a private class to try Taekwondo at no charge. Call 269-325-2930

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“The student’s respect has grown for all adults, including teachers. I have had fewer disruptions and more learning going on in my classroom that I can directly attribute to the Taekwondo training of my students.”
“I know that a lot of the kids I see here, if they weren’t here, I would be seeing them on the streets.”
“Taekwondo gives us a chance to do something together, outside of work. Plus, kicking is fun and gets out a lot of stress.”