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What A Black Belt Means To Me by Wyatt Mak

A Black Belt is nothing without the person who wears it. A Black Belt doesn’t make the person. It is the mentality of the person that makes them a Black Belt. At Amerikick we have a saying, “A black belt is a white belt that never quits”. Nobody can respect somebody...

What Black belt means to me by Sara Mazzuca

Hi, my name is Sara Mazzuca, I am a student at Amerikick EHT, New Jersey. I have been doing karate since I was 7 years old.  I remember my mom taking me to the karate school just to look at it, and right then I was actually able to take a trial class.  When I saw all...

Black Belt Essay by Zachary Huot

how to get black belt in karate? When I first started karate, I was only five years old. I remember watching black belts and thinking that I was never going to be able to get there. How would I memorize all those katas? How would I run 3 miles? It just seemed...

Black Belt Essay by Ryan White

Lessons taught by Senseis As a junior belt, senseis teach many lessons that apply not only to karate, but also to life. However, at that age, not many of those lessons click in the students’ brains. Later in life, these students mature, and they truly understand the...

Black Belt Essay by Cj Schlueter

What I have learned since receiving my Black Belt? After reading this Document, you will see what I’ve learned since receiving my Black Belt. The first thing I’ve learned since getting my Black Belt is, you have to set new goals for yourself. Usually,...