Closed for Independence Day!

TMAC will be closed Friday, July 4 & Saturday, July 5th in observance of our National Independence Holiday.  Have a safe and fun July 4th! Regular class schedule resumes on Monday, July 7th!

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HAPKIDO-FEST 2014

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The Nationally renowned Hapkido-fest will be held here at The Martial Arts Center June 13th & 14th 2014.  The 1st session will be held on Friday 6/13.  The 2nd & 3rd sessions are on Saturday 6/14.  The Hapkido-fest is open to the public.  All skill levels are welcome!

Online registration is available here.

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CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT PACKETS

Click below for The Martial Arts Center’s Character Development Packet.  Stripes will be given on Mondays & Tuesdays!

Character Development Packet

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Summer Camp applications are now being accepted!

Register your Summer Campers now for the hottest Summer Camp in the BCS area!

Summer Camp 2014 Registration Form and Handbook

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Welcome to The Martial Arts Center!


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Located on 2551 Suite E1 Texas Ave in South College Station, Texas next to the old Lack’s shopping center. The Martial Arts Center is the oldest school in the B/CS area. Featuring the most instructional experience, the most flexible schedule available, the most modern and safest facilities, and one of the most successful competitive histories in the United States–The Martial Arts Center is not only the Premier Martial Arts School in the B/CS area but recognized as one of the best in the US ! 

Grandmaster Pejo

The Martial Arts Center is home to Texas & World Martial Arts Hall of Fame member Grandmaster Michael J. Pejo II.  World renowned coach & instructor, Grandmaster Pejo has taught numerous state, US National, World, & Olympic Champions. An 8th Degree Black Belt, Grandmaster Pejo was inducted into the Texas Martial Arts Hall of Fame in 1997 and the World Martial Arts Hall of Fame in 1999.  He was recognized as the USAT “Coach of the Year” in 2000.  Grandmaster Pejo is a former US National Taekwondo Team Coach, US National Collegiate Team Head Coach, and the former Head Coach of the US ARMY Taekwondo Team.

The Martial Arts Center is home to the Kids Club CSISD (College Station Independent School District) Taekwondo program and the home of BLINN College Health & Kinesiology’s Taekwondo, Self-Defense, & Women’s Self-Defense classes.

REASONS EVERY CHILD SHOULD BE ENROLLED IN TAEKWONDO

POSITIVE ATTITUDES:
Kids in our program learn to have a positive and respectful attitude.  You won’t find yourself repeating yourself over and over, or arguing with your children like most parents.  You may even catch your child saying, “Yes Sir” or “Yes Ma’am!” on their own!

IMPROVED REPORT CARDS:
Our curriculum is designed to teach children the importance of focus and concentration.  Improved concentration means that your child will learn more at school and get better grades.

TAEKWONDO BUILDS HEALTHY KIDS:
Taekwondo is a great workout!  Your child will be better at any activity because of the skills they will learn.  Children who take Taekwondo are healthier, have a better self-image, and learn to take better care of themselves.

SELF-CONFIDENCE:
Taekwondo teaches them that they can be successful The success kids experience through at anything if they truly believe they can and are willing to work hard.  Improved confidence leads to better grades, a better circle of friends, better performance in sports, and the skills to be a successful leader!

SELF-DEFENSE:

Taekwondo teaches two forms of self-defense.  One is physical – your child will improve their strength, flexibility, and overall health.  Additionally, your child will learn to strike with tremendous power and effectiveness.  Hopefully, your child will never be picked on or need to fight…but in a worse-case scenario, shouldn’t they know how to protect themselves?  The second form of self-defense Taekwondo teaches is internal.  Children learn to spot danger and avoid dangerous people, places, and activities.  Taekwondo can help your child avoid the need for physical confrontation.  The second form of self-defense is perhaps the more valuable of the two.

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