What Happens After You Earn Your Black Belt? Do You Just Quit?

We spend a lot of time and energy motivating students to earn black belt. Our entire curriculum and class structure is designed to get students to that special rank—and get them GOOD.

But then what? What happens when all the work you’ve put into your training is actualized, and we tie that beautiful belt around your waist?

That’s when you have a choice to make:

“Is this the end, or the beginning?”

It could be the end. You did it. You’re a black belt, and no one can ever take that away from you. On to the next thing. 

Or…it could be the beginning. 

You could reset your goal to 2nd degree black belt. 3rd degree black belt. 4th, 5th, 6th. 

You could set your goal to become a MASTER. Say it—“Master ___”. Has a nice ring, yeah? 

You could recognize that earning black belt is like graduating from elementary school…you’ve done something amazing, but there is SO. MUCH. MORE. 

When you join the Master’s Club, the training level that takes you from 1st to 6th degree black belt, you learn new martial arts styles. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Capoeira, Kali, Muay Thai, Krav Maga, Wushoo… 

You learn new weapons. New forms. New philosophies.  

The chief instructors at Super Kicks are lifelong martial artists. We aren’t satisfied. We know a lot… and we know nothing. 

So we continue to learn and train. We continue to add new material, new martial arts, and new ideas to our curriculum. 

We travel to the best instructors and martial artists in their field and keep growing, adding to our knowledge base, and then bring back the best of the best. 

When you earn your black belt at Super Kicks Karate, this is what you have to look forward to. It’s exciting and new, and all the skills that you have learned to this point form the base of your knowledge, so you can take your skills to the next level. 

I hope you’ll decide, like so many of our students have, that black belt is FAR from the end. 

Black belt is just the beginning. 

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