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Is My Child Ready for Promotion?

Posted on November 25, 2016 by Bobby Lindamood

Promotional testing is not required at our center but is a fantastic tool to reward your child for hard work during the cycle. Our programs are divided between Beginner (White-Orange Belts), Intermediate (Green-Blue Belts), Advanced (Brown-Red), and Black Belt Ranks.  Each rank has its own set of responsibilities designed for the student to grow […]

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Path to 5th Degree – Aug 16 2011

Posted on August 16, 2011 by Kicksite

Well here we are, one month away from testing.  I have met all my goals in my training so far.  My main goal between now and testing is to remain healthy.  I am nursing a punctured eardrum that has slowed my training a bit over the last week but should be in good shape […]

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Path to 5th Degree Black Belt – 3/03/2011

Posted on March 3, 2011 by Kicksite

Hey everyone, I am still training for sure.  In addition to Taekwondo, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Kickboxing, and weights, I am upping my cardio to 25 minutes daily on the elliptical trainer.    In TKD, I am working on some nice fighting combinations.  Looking for them to flow smoothly during sparring.  I would love to share […]

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Path to 5th Degree 1/31/2011

Posted on January 31, 2011 by Kicksite

Hey everyone! Very excited to be testing in September.  I have always enjoyed promotional testings.  Especially, since I have owned a school.  It it quite a thrill to prepare students and see them challenge themselves at their testing.  I push students hard to make sure that they are prepared for testing.  Taekwondo testings are […]

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Path to 5th Degree- 1/30/11

Posted on January 30, 2011 by Kicksite

Hey everyone! Had a great training day yesterday with Doc Kemerly.  My team had a great opportunity to learn from a highly skilled BJJ player.  I have been supplimenting BJJ training into my TKD training regimine for the past year.  Mainly to increase my cardio and simply to learn something new. I have been […]

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Path to 5th Degree! Update

Posted on September 20, 2010 by Kicksite

Hey everyone.  It has been a bit since I posted.  Talking with my buddy Dewaine Chan at the Taekwondo America Nationals in Ft Mitchell, KY this weekend, I am now inspired to get back to bloggin. The main thing that I am doing right now is working on my diet and being consistent in […]

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Path to 5th Degree – Post 2

Posted on June 7, 2010 by Kicksite

Hey everyone, Last night I had a great open mat grappling event at my TKD center.  You are probably asking, “What does grappling have to do with TKD training”.  Well, alot actually.  One of the biggest problem that you can run into when you are sparring at testing is to let your adrenaline run […]

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Path to 5th Degree- Post 1

Posted on June 6, 2010 by Kicksite

Hey guys! Starting my official kickoff of  “Camp Lindamood” tonight!  I will be testing Memorial Day weekend of next year for 5th Degree Black Belt.  My plan is to keep my blog up to date to give every one an idea on how my training is going. I am always training.  Anytime I see […]

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Stretches to Avoid in your Martial Arts Training

Posted on April 10, 2010 by Kicksite

Certain stretches should be avoided as part of your martial arts stretching routine as they have a very high risk of injury to your muscle and connective tissues, nervous system or even your skeletal system. Torn muscles, sprained tendons or damaged cartilages are no fun and can delay your progress by weeks or months. […]

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The Four Biggest Myths about Warming Up

Posted on February 9, 2010 by Kicksite

There are four basic myths that circulate about warming up before activities.  Time to blow those out of the water and get you on the right track. Myth #1- Stretching is the best way to warm up before exercise Fact #1-  Stretching is not optimal to warm up muscles before activity, especially involving weight […]

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