The 2017-2018 tournament season has come to an end. This past weekend was the last open tournament of the season. We had 8 students compete in about 20 divisons and team came away with a lot of 2nd Place medals and couple of 1st! It was a great weekend for our Team. The next open […]
It was a long weekend as we attended the Class “A” Tournament in Pittsburgh, PA. We left early Friday morning so we could get there in time for the Creative/Xtreme Competition Friday night. Competition was unbelievable. Following competition was High Rank Testing with Grand Master In Ho Lee as the head Judge. Over 50 high […]
District Championships is just around the corner, Saturday, May 20th in Lancaster, PA.
This year we had 3 students become State Champions and eligible to participate at Districts:
B. Bridges – Forms, Sparring & Weapons, Girls 15-17, 2nd & 3rd Degree Division
E. Khan – Forms, Sparring & Weapons, Boys 9-10, 2nd & 3rd Degree Division
E. Robbins – […]
This came from a post on Taekwondo News’ Facebook page. This is why we do what we do.
FROM A PARENT:
One of my friends asked “Why do you pay so much money for your kids to do martial arts?” Well I have a confession to make, I don’t pay for my kids’ martial arts. Personally, I […]
This is what you missed if you were not at the Hesselbirg’s Taekwondo in February.
We had over 40 students and their families attend the Kung Fu Panda 3 Movie. We had a great time in our own “private” screening of the movie. The movie was fantastic with many great messages. Everyone, even the parents, enjoyed the […]
We speak about “Dedication” all the time in class. The definition is the willingness to give a lot of time and energy to something that is important. In Martial Arts some of the underlying components of Dedication are: Commitment and Perseverance. So today I wanted to share with you two stories of how Past and […]
Our most recent tournament took place this past Saturday, November 21st at Brookdale College, in Lincroft, NJ. There were over 500 competitors from 6 different states participating at this event! Plus we held our first ever Team Sparring and Team Combat Sparring competition.
Hesselbirg’s Taekwondo had 7 competitors at this tournament, one of which was a […]
Hesselbirg’s Taekwondo and Karate for Kids’ annual Food and Coat drive for Lighthouse Mission is underway. Every year we collect food and old coats for the benefit of Father Jim’s Lighthouse Mission in Bellport. All items donated stay right here on Long Island, helping our Long Island neighbors.
Donations can be made at Hesselbirg’s Taekwondo 655 Montauk […]
NOVEMBER’S LIFE SKILL: SELF-CONTROL
They say you should never use a word in its definition, but self-control is most simply defined as being able to take control over yourself and the way you behave. Self-control has a part of every martial arts class here at Hesselbirg’s Taekwondo. While self-control is an important life skill for all […]
The Life Skill for September at Hesselbirg’s Taekwondo is HONOR.
HONOR is the adherence to what is right, or to a conventional standard of conduct.
WHY IS HONOR IMPORTANT TO US?
Strong character is just as important as a strong body and mind!
“Honor is the reward of virtue.” — Cicero, Roman philosopher
“Dignity does not consist in possessing honors, but […]