"To leave the world a little bit better than the way we found it by helping as many people as possible with the mental and physical benefits of martial arts training."
"To inspire people to live life more confidently and to achieve their own true potential."
"To help every student become a black belt in martial arts and a black belt in life, in order to be healthier, happier, and more successful in everything else they do."
Black Belt Principles
Responsibility to use martial arts as a vehicle for personal development, and not for selfish gain.
Self-discipline to control our thoughts, our actions, and our speech.
To set goals, both inside and outside martial arts, and follow definite plans to achieve them.
Commitment to “the way of constant and never-ending improvement.”
Cultivation of positive energy through a positive mental attitude.
Achieving Black Belt Excellence
Students are evaluated on the following five points when earning promotions in rank:
2005 Grant Campbell's USA Karate