How has your training made you into the person you are today?
In 1991 I enrolled my sons in Karate at FMAC. Two years later I enrolled myself and we all began taking family class together. My son’s went on to get 2nd degree black belt and I received 3rd degree. These years provided fun, discipline, encouragement, family values and a wealth of martial arts knowledge like none other! I became a teacher and these people became my family. I can’t say enough about FMAC and their professionalism and great learning atmosphere. I highly recommend them for any child or adult.
Which Black Belt Character helped you the most in your training?
I feel that was Perseverance was the most developed while training. My training taught me to keep going, set achievable goals and you can attain anything you set your mind to. I have found that this is also very much required in our daily walk of life, So I was able to take what I learned in my training to many other parts of my daily life and become successful by following this principle.
Carrie Harris September 19, 2016