The 4th book of “The Heroes of Olympus”

If you been reading my past blog posts, you know that I have been reading the “Heroes of Olympus” series. My last book was the “Mark of Athena” and I now moved onto “The House of Hades”. If you have read “The Lighting Thief”  which features Percy Jackson then you would like to read this…

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Birthday Dinners and Belt Presentation

On Friday,  when I came back from school we had reservations at Texas de Brazil. Why we were going to Texas de Brazil? Because so we can celebrate both my little brother’s and dad’s birthday. My little brother Jestin, has his birthday on Oct 4th. My dad has his birthday on Oct 5th. At around…

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Intellectual development – Reading

As you already may know, all Prep class candidates must do something Intellectual simulating  everyday for 20 mins. What I have chosen to do is to read. Reading has always been something I enjoy to do when I was younger. However when I got older, I read less and less. Now that I am reading again…

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Halfway there! Week 6th- Prep class

Hello everyone, last Prep class was the half way mark of Black Belt Prep. It is actually hard to believe that we are already at the 6th week of Prep class! Let me give you an brief explanation on what happen at Prep class. When we started class we went straight into self-defenses, relearning some…

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Being Crazy is good?

So earlier this week, two special guests came to my school earlier this week. Every year my school likes to bring a special guest to motivate the students into having a positive school year.  They were  explaining that being crazy is actually good! Let me explain. Most of the people who we study in our…

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Week 5, Black Belt Prep

I started off the day by being picked up by Mr. Huffman (Thank you!) and Grace. We arrived at the school 20 minutes before the class. When we bowed in, we started off with 15 jumping jacks per Prep class member. We then did 7 push ups and sit ups. We then went to self…

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Take Fire drills seriously

On Wednesday my school conducted a fire drill as required by the government. Every time I do the fire drill, it brings back memories when there was actually a fire at my school… Before I even started karate and was still in elementary school, there was a fire that took place. I remember every detail…

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The N.A.I.K.C with a video!

When I went to the North American International Karate Championship at Dearborn, I was able to see many people from around the nation and the world compete. I was introduced to a whole new level of intensity, kicks, tricks, weapons, and much more. While I was there, I saw Shihan, Coach Amy, Coach Candius, Coach…

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Volunteering & meeting the Lions mascot

One of the many things we have to do outside of prep class is to commit to 300 acts of kindness before the last week of Prep class. To get started on this, I actually volunteered at St. Louise September Fest on Sunday. What I actually volunteered for at September fest was working the game…

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The ‘Circle of Destruction’?

I arrived at the karate school at 7:40am from being picked up by Mrs.Huffman (Thanks again!). We started class with the student creed. Shortly afterwards we went straight to self-defense. I worked with Mason and Mackenzie whom practiced many defenses including kung fu cross, snapping branch, cutting the pagoda, and more with me. We even…

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