Students obtain junior black belts


Anthony Jernigan, Aaron Seate and Nicholas Chance obtained junior black belts from Morrison’s Martial Arts Academy on March 27. The students were examined by master instructor Mike Durkins. To obtain a black belt, students must pass a rigorous exam testing them in all aspects of Tae Kwon Do. A minimum score of 85 out of a possible 100 points is required, and they were tested on knowledge (history), forms (imaginary fighting), defensive and offensive techniques (redirecting/blocking/attacking), kicks and punches, takedowns, knife defense and board breaking.

Anthony Jernigan, Aaron Seate and Nicholas Chance obtained junior black belts from Morrison’s Martial Arts Academy on March 27. The students were examined by master instructor Mike Durkins. To obtain a black belt, students must pass a rigorous exam testing them in all aspects of Tae Kwon Do. A minimum score of 85 out of a possible 100 points is required, and they were tested on knowledge (history), forms (imaginary fighting), defensive and offensive techniques (redirecting/blocking/attacking), kicks and punches, takedowns, knife defense and board breaking.

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