Champ Tae Kwon Do
2610 Arctic Blvd, Anchorage, AK 99503
Classes Offered: Self-Defense, Martial Arts
Specialties: Weight Loss, Weight Management, Weight Control, Weight Reduction
I am Korean and Tae Kwon Do originated in Korea. I also trained in Korea for decades- school, military, & some professional. My kids have trained here for many years. I am amazed how Champ students are very well disciplined and respectful. I know Master Yu does not focus on fighting. Many people believe Tkd is more sport and fighting just way I was trained and practiced. If you want to go Olympic this is not your perfect school, but if you want to become champion in real life- building winning habit, self confidence, discipline , and respect, Champ provides best instructions. By watching classes I also learn a lot from Master Yu and instructors. They share philosophies and cultures. I want my children to stay healthy, do well in school, & build practical life skills. I am very satisfied with this school. Champ Rocks!
I agree it's more of a daycare I went and I've been doing TKD for a little over a year in the lower 48, and ther student couldn't kick above their own belt ad that's a second degree blackbelt in the adult class,I could have easily taken 3 of their students and honestly that's the adult class, the jump up and down at the end of class and yell about how happy they are c'mon this isn't kindergarten I'm going to j parks tae kwon do next
01/28/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Pros: Multiple programs available Cons: 1. Poor customer service, At times quantity over power quality 2. Contract terms (do not fall for full contracts, pay as you go) 3. Poor customer service 4. too expensive **Martial arts instruction is a service industry. If the instructor isn't providing what you want, move on. Let him try to pay the bills without your money. As the consumer, you have this right**. **Anchorage heve better options for your child in town.**
Stay away, they advertise a Martial Arts school, but after walking in, it's more like a day care facility than anything! My kid was there for a "trial lesson" after coming over from another TaeKwonDo school in the lower 48, he didn't even want to go back! He said the training was poor, that the whole class was being trained like they were all beginners, and that he had no interest in training there. I took him back a week later, just on the off chance the other class was a fluke, nope, same repetitive thing. I ended up taking him to another school, J Park TKD, and he is the first one in the car on the night he takes classes!