FAQ

Commonly Asked Questions

Do I have to register my hands when I become a black belt?


No, that is an urban myth. Martial Artists are not required to register their hands.




Do I have to be in good shape before I start?


No, you will get into shape as you train. We have a series of exercises that you will learn as you progress through the ranking system which will enable you to perform the self defense techniques.




I am 31 years old, am I too old to start martial arts?


No, you are not too old to begin martial arts training. Kenpo regularly has students start from adolecense through their 50's and older. Kenpo is a practical and effective martial art that does not incorporate gymnastics.




What is the difference between Tae Kwon Do and Karate?


Tae Kwon Do is a Korean Martial Art that focuses primarily on kicking techniques. Some Tae Kwon Do schools also teach Olympic style fighting. Karate is a practical self defense system which trains the student for modern day self defense encounters. Karate students are taught to use their hands and feet with multiple strikes to multiple targets on each attacker, in a multiple attack situation.




I am very busy with my work schedule, how much time do I need to devote to kenpo classes?


Two 1 hour classes are week are recommended, as is practicing at home. As you progress through the ranks if you want more 1:1 attention we offer 30 minute private lessons which can further help hone your skills. The more you put in, the more you'll get out.




How long does it take to get a black belt?


In Wado-Ryu Karate, it takes approximately 5 years to reach student black belt.




What sort of things should I consider when choosing a school?


Always visit. You'll know within a few minutes whether you're at the right school. As with real school, different teachers teach in different ways - you'll quickly spot whether you feel comfortable. Belvoir Karate Group is certainly about the Karate - but we're human too.





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