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Leah Grace Fiedler reviewed Master Hwang's World Class Tae Kwon Do
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This was our first experience with any form of martial arts, and we did it as a family! LOVE everything about it! The energy and encouraging atmosphere is refreshing, and the values we try to instill in our kids (respect, discipline, courage, and teamwork) are reinforced in these classes. Couldn't be more excited to do more classes!

Troy Hascall reviewed Master Hwang's World Class Tae Kwon Do
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Master Hwang's World Class Tae Kwon Do is a wonderful school. Master Hwang is a great instructor along with the other instructors. I have practiced Tae Kwon Do for over 20 years to include multiple schools in the US as well as in Uijeongbu, South Korea under Grand Master Chong Hak Lee, and I can say that Master Hwang provides some of the best instruction I have seen in any school.

The instructors do a great job adapting instruction to the individual and they have classes covering all ages.

I would recommend this school to anyone no matter age or experience.

Krystle J Figueroa reviewed Master Hwang's World Class Tae Kwon Do
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Master Hwang and Jordan are so great! My boys are always so excited to go to class and learn new things each time. Their confidence level has gone up in a short amount of time. They are learning so much respect and discipline which is so important for young boys. So far so good

William T. Younger III reviewed Master Hwang's World Class Tae Kwon Do
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Master Hwang runs a tight, disciplined program and he and Emily require tough workouts. My daughter greatly respects him and her manners—which were already quite good—have gotten even better. Our whole family also appreciate his teaching of discipline with his ability to show a great sense of humor.

I never thought my daughter could maintain such high levels of focus, in a group, for an hour straight.

If you want your child to learn: focus,confidence, discipline, goal setting and achieving, and work ethic, this program is a good choice.

If you want your child to get exercise, improve hitting and kicking strength, and achieve a level of self-defense competence, this class is for you.

Phillip Croshaw reviewed Master Hwang's World Class Tae Kwon Do
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Isabella absolutely loves her class. Great instructors that are very good with children of all ages.

Lisa Rowe reviewed Master Hwang's World Class Tae Kwon Do
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We just started Master Hwangs class and my son is already captivated by the skills of the instructors and wanting to learn more! Master Hwang and his staff are kind, respectful, passionate about what they do, and I can’t wait to see my child grow in the field through this school!!

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The first Life Skill to be taught to beginners is focus. This is so important to learn, and an important habit to develop. The ability to concentrate on the task at hand is a key ability for success in all areas of life. At Master Hwang’s World Class Tae Kwon Do, focus is taught with three fundamental elements: Eye Focus, Body Focus, and Mind Focus.


Eye Focus

Students are encouraged to make eye contact with their instructors. This way, the instructors know that the students are paying attention and listening to them. While training, it’s important to focus on the target to ensure your kicks and strikes land where they are supposed to.


Body Focus

a focused posture is one where a student stands or sits with their chest spread and body motionless. This posture conveys attentiveness, respect, and pride.


Mind Focus

When you are able to concentrate on what you are doing, you have mind focus. It’s important to block out distractions, and apply yourself.


How these concepts are taught in our classes varies on age and belt level. Little Tigers get to sing “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes.” This silly song helps to remind them to look at their instructors (eye focus), stand up straight (body focus), and brings their attention back to what is happening in class (mind focus). Older students don’t have a fun rhyme, but they are reminded to focus as needed. Part of the Testing Application to move from White Belt to Yellow Belt requires students to explain what focus is, and the different types of focus. Our instructors make sure that all of our students understand the importance of focus.