"I laughed when I heard that karate could help him in school…
Now he's a Straight A Student"
It's amazing, but true . . .
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All of this while having fun!
"Master Nottingham: Be sure to keep developing great leaders and minds for today's world. You have no idea how influential you have been in not just my life, but many others. I honestly don't know what type of person I would have become without martial arts forming a backbone for character."
- Derek Roberts, Georgia Tech University Student
But don't take my word for it………
"We, the Fox Family, want to thank EACH of you for making this one of the best experiences we have had – individually & together. At every class – from fellow lower belts to the many helpful upper belts that assist in class – we are met with such enthusiasm and encouragement!"-April, Chris and Ashley Fox (Armstrong/Hornberger)
"From my training throughout the last six years, I have gained so much that it is hard to explain with words.
I've become stronger mentally and physically, continue to strive beyond my expectations, devise goal plans and structured schedules to achieve such goals, established myself as a person, as well as realized the friendships I have made through my martial arts family."
- Lianne Russo, Arizona State University student
"I just finished reading the book Living the Martial Way. After reading the chapter on the Ideal Master, I realized that is exactly what we found in Sabumnim (Master Nottingham) and the wonderful instructors at USA Martial Arts. Chance couldn't have brought us to a better school."
- Mrs. Dawn Martin (The entire Martin family are members of the Leadership Program)
"Martial Arts has become a way of life now for Harrison as he has been a student for 2-1/2 years. He exudes confidence and has a tremendous willingness to learn. He was not athletic when he began, but has definitely built up both strength and coordination. I believe strongly that it is from training. The tenets of Taekwondo keep him on track."
- Stacey Ambrose, Scottsdale