TRU Profile 35 // Aiden Clever. Aiden is an 11 year old black stripe in the 6th grade at Oak Grove. His favorite subject in school is math and his favorite part of taekwondo is poomse. He loves all of the instructors, so much so that “I could never pick a favorite, they are all really the best!”. He started taekwondo as a way to meet new friends and have fun. “I’ve meet so many people, Ms. Zoe, Seeley, Lykzandro, and more..it’s the best!”
A few photos from the Kernersville Graduation!
TRU Profile 32.Mackenzie & Chesney. // Mackenzie & Chesney are siblings who train together. Mackenzie began training after being invited inside by Miss. Zoe while he was walking past the Hickory Tree location one day with his mom. As a first grader who loves art, he also loves poomses & Master Salvador. He also recently learned to ride his bike with no training wheels! // Chesney, in the all county choir & who enjoys singing, started soon after that “because I’d seen him take it and heard it helps build good self confidence”. She just received her first stripe on her white belt & loves flutter kicks and Master Terranova. At 6 & 12 years old, they are loving taekwondo.
A few pictures on the trip to delivering the donations impacted by Hurricane Florence. Again, thanks to everyone who donated!
Thanks to everyone who has donated!
TRU Profile 31// Ricardo. Ricardo is a third degree black belt & attends Jefferson Middle School. He started taekwondo as a way to have fun and loves kicking paddles, especially the tornado kick. He loves Master Terranova because “he is the funnest”. When Ricardo is not training in taekwondo, you can find him playing baseball!
As mentioned in Skyler’s video, here are items that will be needed to help with Hurricane Florence in Bladen, Columbus, and Brunswick Counties.
TRU Profile 30 // Lincoln Marks. Mr. Lincoln started taekwondo about six years ago with his brother and sister, and his parents joined shortly after that. He is a third degree black belt, and his favorite part of training is pushing himself. He enjoys teaching and working with kids at taekwondo...”A lot of these kids are hilarious, I love joking around with them”.
Lots of fun at our parent date night tomorrow!
Thank you to the Northern Davidson County Chamber of Commerce for your support to all local businesses. TRU is honored to be recognized with the 2018 Small Business Award.
Last month, Youth Impact Magazine did a spread about TRU Taekwondo, and we were honored to see it in there. “Averett’s desire to see lives changed in a positive way as well as Grand Master Douglas’s years of experience as a taekwondo instructor, mentor, and coach has created a business that is creating more positive leaders since it’s first location opened in 2012.”
TRU Profile 29 // Macy Marks. Macy started taekwondo when she was in 7th grade with her two brothers, & mom & dad. She has enjoyed training with her family growing up and loves paddle kicking the most! While a third degree black belt now, she once remembers struggling with the “bear crawl”..."I did a bear crawl and ran right into the mirror”. Even some of our advanced black belts have had troubled with the bear crawl haha!
TRU Profile 28 // Jospeh Cherry. Joseph is 11 and going into 6th grade. He started taekwondo when he was 5 years old, and loves training with Grand Master Douglas because "he has alwyas been there for me, like the whole time". He trains with his mom and brothers and loves being able to spend time with them at TRU. Jospeh also play football as a wide receiver.