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***New Introductory Class Beginning this Friday

How do you know if the martial arts is for your child? Try our comprehensive Introductory Children's Karate Class and find out. For the past 22 years, our INTRO Class has been establishing confidence and character in its participants based on five key rules: 1) Room Clean, 2) Be Polite, 3) Be Respectful, 4) No Fighting With Family Members, and 5) Always Be Your Best. This five-week program is available for ages 7-12 and begins on Friday, November 28th at 6:30PM. Availability is limited, so register on-line or by calling Kick Masters at (301) 689-8874.

Welcome New Visitors:

My name is Master Rick Rando and I am the owner of one of the most successful traditional Tae Kwon Do schools in the State of Maryland. For over 22 years, I’ve been nurturing our phenomenal students with physical and character building tools only found in martial arts. With the skills and attributes developed right here on our training floor, your children will transform themselves into productive members of their schools, church groups, and neighborhoods. They will become the leaders of their classrooms, positive trend setters in their peer groups, and physical standouts in the various other sports in which they may already be involved.  If you're a teen or adult, we can show you how to defend yourself in almost any situation, teach you the characteristics of a self-motivated, independent individual, and how to goal set in your weight-loss journey.

More specifically, our program will:

  • Build Morals and Character
  • Encourage the Indomitable Spirit
  • Build Self-Esteem and Confidence
  • Encourage Responsibility and Commitment
  • Promote Physical Strength and Agility
  • Mold Leaders and Good Citizens
  • Develop Self-Control
  • Instill Discipline and Respect
  • Build Focus and Self-Motivation
  • Develop Coordination, Stamina, and Energy
  • Build Body Flexibility and Conditioning
  • Develop a Confident, Versatile Athlete