TryATA Martial Arts Attitude

The ATA – THE AMERICAN TAEKWONDO ASSOCIATION

Become-a-Member-karate-lessonsThere are many different ways that TryATA Martial Arts help to change the attitude of students. As the body begins to reap the physical benefits of Martial Arts training, these benefits begin to transfer into a higher level of spiritual wellbeing.

Many people go to the gym several times a week to run on the treadmills or lift weights. Not only are they looking for the benefits of physical fitness, but there is also the high that they feel from exercising. TryATA Martial Arts training provides a much more holistic experience than working out ever could.

TryATA Martial Arts demand that students have physical, mental, and even spiritual strength. By mastering TryATA Martial Arts techniques, a positive change begins to take place in the attitude of the student. They begin to take on a new view of the world around them.

“Before Amber and Adrian started Taekwondo ATA Karate Classes, they used to be really shy, and whenever they had to do a school project and talk in front of the class, you could barely hear them. Both of them were really nervous. But, since they started with the ATA [Karate] and the Leadership classes both can talk in front of the class and it has helped their grades.”

-Mark Kashay (father of Adrian and Amber)

We do not allow negativity at any of our TryATA Martial Arts facilities. We ask that our students leave the stress and negativity outside of our doors. Yes, we do teach fighting and self-defense techniques, but there is so much more that occurs, leading to positive thinking and an uplifted and changed attitude.

TryATA Martial Arts require that students are able to push beyond their self-imposed boundaries to allow themselves to grow in ways that they never dreamed possible. With this new personal growth comes a new view of themselves. They are able to re-evaluate themselves and find that through training, they are much stronger (both mentally and physically) than they ever imagined possible. This new vision of themselves has a lasting and limitless effect.

“Before Amber and Adrian started Taekwondo ATA Karate Classes, they used to be really shy, and whenever they had to do a school project and talk in front of the class, you could barely hear them. Both of them were really nervous. But, since they started with the ATA [Karate] and the Leadership classes both can talk in front of the class and it has helped their grades.”

-Mark Kashay (father of Adrian and Amber)

As students continue in their TryATA Martial Arts training, they begin to see the world around them in an entirely new light. They find themselves shedding their old selves and their old attitudes. As Bruce Lee was often quoted as saying, “In martial arts, the student’s efforts are not directed towards an imaginary opponent, but rather to an outdated version of themselves.”

Training in TryATA Martial Arts is like being reborn through fire. Students forge stronger bodies and new views. While most people never need to use the fighting and self-defense skills that they learn in training, they learn so much more that helps them in their lives.

Most people come to TryATA Martial Arts for one reason and end up staying for an entirely different one. They come to truly appreciate who they are. Their entire being is renewed and their attitude and views of the world around them are renewed and changed forever.