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Good Martial Arts wasn't chosen as a name accidentally or lazily. In fact, it's very intentional. To us, 'good' means that you're constantly improving, not just sometimes or when you feel like it. So that's our goal, not only help our students to improve, but to show them how to form their character in a way that ensures they will always keep improving. To us, this means instilling respect, focus, and self-discipline.
These character traits are taught from day one in the introductory lesson and discussed, applied, and demonstrated throughout the students' training. Why these traits in particular?
Bojutsu is the martial art of the staff (or "bo"). We practice a style that has elements from both ancient, traditional technique, with solid stances and hard strikes, as well as the newer "sport" styles that include flashy spins and blistering fast movements. While many weapons programs are simply add-ons to another art, such as Karate or Taekwondo, this one stands alone. The curriculum is designed for those who have never trained before as well as even those who already have their black belt in another style. Because it is important for martial artists to be well-rounded, we also include in our curriculum kicking, punching, self-defense (with and without a staff), disarms, and even groundwork.