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Extended closure of martial arts gym hurts children amid pandemic

Posted: May 27, 2020

This is a share of an article we found recently by Molly Levine and Sydney Basden published on Friday, May 22nd 2020

MOREHEAD CITY, Carteret County — With Governor Roy Cooper's decision to leave gyms out of phase two of reopening the state, one area martial arts studio says staying closed hurts more than just their wallets.

Phillip and Shannon Henry own Grandmaster Dong's Martial Arts in Morehead City say martial arts is a form of therapy for some of their students because 40 percent are on the autism spectrum.

Training through Covid-19 in Cartersville

Posted: May 07, 2020

So what are we doing at Cartersville Martial Art to keep you safe after opening back up?

We do not like everyone being scared, we teach students to stand strong and be confident but we also do not want to risk anyone's health! Everyday here at CMA we are disinfecting and cleaning to keep everything germ free. We are using bleach to disinfect the training floor regularly, this insures no bacteria, germs or viruses can live on our flooring. We have little contact with our floor other than our feet but again we want to take every precaution for everyones safety.

We will be using a temperal scanner to scan all our guest and students to insure no one has an elevated tempreture. 


Posted: March 16, 2020

The six questions to ask before you enroll at a martial arts academy... and what you need to look out for!


Many people who visit a website or walk in to a martial arts academy aren't always ready to jump in to a paid trial or commit to becoming a Black Belt in their first visit. Some are looking for a "group-on" type of deal, some want to "kick the tires", and some have been in for the third time and need to over analyze things a bit more. 

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Posted: March 13, 2020

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MASTER FOCUS Cartersville man receives major martial arts distinction

Posted: March 11, 2020

Shared from the DAILY TRIBUNE NEWS Posted Saturday, June 16, 2018

Cartersville resident Michael Wilson finds himself in very exclusive company — count him among just 27 Americans to ever rise to the rank of fifth degree master instructor in the Korean martial art Choi Kwang Do.

"It takes a long time and an amount of dedication that a majority of the people, especially in today's society, just can't commit to," said the owner and master instructor of Choi Kwang Do (CKD) Martial Art and Self-Defense, located at 1239 Joe Frank Harris Parkway in Cartersville. "I've been doing this for about 18 years, dedicated solely to that."

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