Choi Kwang Do differs from other forms of martial arts. Choi Kwang Do is a noncontact, nonfighting and noncompetitive art that focuses more on mental, physical, emotional and social development. Developed by Grandmaster Kwang Jo Choi between 1978 and 1987, Choi Kwang Do has proved to be one of the most effective martial arts systems in the world.
Choi Kwang Do’s natural and easy-to-learn movements maximize your body’s force producing capabilities, but more importantly, they increase chances to enhance your health. With competition sports, the focus stays on winning. In the United States alone, 10 million sports-related injuries are treated each year. All of Choi Kwang Do’s techniques are based on biomechanical principles sudden, jerky movements are not allowed. This permits the student to not only promote their health by using maximum force, but also decreases the chance of injury.
Choi Kwang Do promotes nonviolent resolutions to conflict, practical solutions to cardiovascular improvement and enjoyable methods to exercise. In addition, with competition removed, students can continually develop – not against each other, but with each other. With a gradual system that allows students to learn from white belt to black belt, Choi Kwang Do always offers you something new and challenging to learn, experience and enjoy.
3 Ways to Eat Like a Pro Athlete
Posted: December 03, 2018
Athletes need to fuel their bodies correctly to be able to keep up with their training routines. As an athlete, your physical health is key to an active lifestyle. You depend on strength, skill and endurance, whether you’re going for the final sprint to the finish line or practicing Choi Kwang Do.
Don’t skip breakfast.
New expanded hours!
Posted: October 13, 2018
We are now open 5:30 and 6:30 Monday through Thursday in our Jonesville location!
Knowing is half the battle!
Posted: October 13, 2018
A majority of bad situations can be avoided if we just pay attention to our surroundings. If we are alert and paying attention when we are in public places, we can see a threat and avoid it. Knowing what is going on around you and paying attention to who is around will keep you safe. You can walk down the street listen to you iPhone, just have one earbud instead of both. If you can't hear people coming up behind you, or you are distracted by some good beats, you put yourself at a disadvantage.
Posted: September 25, 2017
Grand Opening has been rescheduled for November 4th! We will have a Master Class with Master Jonathan Cruzzado on the 3rd, Instructor Training on the the 4th, Grading, and a ribbon cutting ceremony. We will have food, games, door prizes, and demonstrations in the afternoon! More info to be announced.