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Cartersville Martial Art & Self Defense

Check out our new podcast!

Posted: March 13, 2020

Check out the latest podcast by Master Michael Wilson.


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."


Youth Safety Month is here

Posted: March 01, 2020

Did you know over 800,000 kids are reported missing each year?

How about that 60% of abductions are done by a freind or family member? 

What about the fact that in America 1 out of 6 women have been the victim of an attempted or completed rape in their lifetime? (14.8% completed, 2.8% attempted)


Self Defense Basics

Posted: February 19, 2020

Self Defense Information:

Be Aware – Know your surroundings, know your escape paths and trust your gut. Pay attention to details including smells, sounds and sights when in a place you feel could be dangerous or there are people that are making you uncomfortable, no details are unimportant.

Be Prepared – Always have a plan and a back up plan! Know where you are going, how to get out, how to properly use anything you might keep for defense and who you can look to for help.


San Jose boy born with rare heart defect thriving as 3rd-degree taekwondo black belt

Posted: February 12, 2020

Here is an uplifting story about overcoming life and not giving up! We are sharing this story from a recent news article (see source info below) that has been shared around the country. 

SAN JOSE, Calif. - A South Bay high-school student with a rare medical condition is thriving and achieving things he previously thought not possible.

16-year-old Shoham Das lives in San Jose's Almaden Valley and is a sophomore at Valley Christian.


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