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Nic Rollins reviewed Bill Gregory's Kajukenpo Karate
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I have had the pleasure of knowing and training with Sifu Rob over the last few years. In that time, he has proven that he is dedicated to his art and is determined to pass it on so that the next generation can prosper. I recently had the privilege of going and watching one of his "Dragonfly" kids classes and it is one of the best I've seen in almost two decades of training. I highly recommend his school to any and all that would take that step to better themselves.

Derek Dinkel reviewed Bill Gregory's Kajukenpo Karate
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Great place to learn, grow, and have fun!

Polly Polly reviewed Bill Gregory's Kajukenpo Karate
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Everyone who walks through the door is an equal ! No favoritism ! Sifu Rob is 100% dedicated to teaching his students, great role model and committed to his training so he can be a better teacher to pass on his knowledge of martial arts!! Thank you for caring & being you !

Olivia Ceresa reviewed Bill Gregory's Kajukenpo Karate
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Honestly, this is the real deal. I appreciate the professionalism, investment, and encouragement I’ve received from Sifu Rob. I am confident that as I progress, I will actually instill self-defense into myself, and in my life. It will come naturally with real practice! Sifu Rob hasn’t just gone through the motions. He actually makes sure I understand everything he’s teaching me, and shows me how useful it will be. There are no free passes here. You will always know for sure that you earned the belt you’re given. If you’d like to learn a martial art in a place where you will be invested in, encouraged to reach your potential, and where you can be sure you’ll be getting legitimate training, I’d highly recommend Bill Gregory’s Kajukenpo.

Allie DeMoss reviewed Bill Gregory's Kajukenpo Karate
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Our whole family goes to Bill Gregory's Kajukenpo, and we love it. Sifu is amazing and I really love how much self-defense we are learning, especially for my girls. Totally recommend BGK!

RichandCherie Ceresa reviewed Bill Gregory's Kajukenpo Karate
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Sifu Rob has a great amount of skill and patience for teaching.He his takes martial arts seriously. Always is careful to make sure your form is correct! His integrity is evident. Anyone joining his school will not be disappointed ! Would highly recommend him to anyone wanting to learn or continue your journey in martial arts!!!

Whitney Malcolm reviewed Bill Gregory's Kajukenpo Karate
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Sifou Rob is a great teacher. He is very patient with the young students in his classes. He does a great job keeping them interested in class and always eager to learn more.
Miss Natasha and Si-Hing Hannah have also been great with the students, making sure if anyone needs help that they are right there.

Shane McPhail reviewed Bill Gregory's Kajukenpo Karate
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Sifu Rob is the real deal. His level of professionalism is on point. He has done amazing job teaching my daughter, in the few weeks we have been in his class my daughters confidence has sky rocketed!!!

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What kind of Leader are you?

Everyone Is A Leader

Today, there are so many ways to be a leader, but the big one is that whether you think you are or not, someone is watching you and basing their decisions on your actions! It is imperative for future generations to learn by the right example, and one way I help myself to be a better leader is to think about the decisions I’m making and how they may affect my students or my kids. It often helps me catch behaviors that I don’t want them to have and allows me to adjust course.

Being a leader is a big responsibility

The sooner you realize this the better. We all make mistakes. We’re only human right? Well, the real mistake is not learning from it. If you know you made a mistake take a minute to think about 5 things you could have done differently so that next time you may end up with a better outcome!

Martial Arts Classes Help

We teach our kids, and adults for that matter, how to be good leaders. By learning to set a good example, to always try your best and never give up.

Winners never quit, Quitters never win, and Leaders go first!

This is especially important if there are kids in your life, because kids learn by copying and mimicking behaviors they see every day. If your child is doing something you don’t like, look at yourself before telling them they are wrong because chances are they are learning to do that very thing from you or someone they spend a lot of time around.

We teach our kids, and adults for that matter, how to be good leaders. By learning to set a good example, to always try your best and never give up. #BGKPL #kajukenpo #leadership #leadersneverquit

What Does It Mean To Be A Leader?

Winners never quit…

means that we will always continue trying to be our best selves no matter how difficult life gets, and we all know how hard that can be. As a leader, it is our responsibility to others to keep our heads up high and be courageous.

Quitters never win…

means just that. If you quit when things get tough you will never realize those goals and dreams you have set for yourself. Quitting things isn’t always bad of course, however, we want to get away from things that are bad for us. If we make a habit of quitting things, we start for whatever reason it’ll be that much more difficult to get to the finish line.

I am reminded of my days in the army… one of my instructors told me that if we quit running to take a break and walk to catch our breath, we wouldn’t be able to run the same distance again during that run before having to stop again. The more times you stop the shorter distances you are able to go. The same thing applies in all area’s of life. Every time we stop to take a break its that much longer before we finish and, the shorter our bursts of energy will be.

Leaders go first!

means having the discipline to continue the run no matter how tired you are. Slowing down is OK when you need to slow down. Just remember, you’re not stopping to walk. You’re moving to a slow jog to catch your breath, and then picking up the pace again when you get caught up.

Going first doesn’t mean eating before your people have eaten or being first in line (unless you’re paying!) Going first means taking care of the people around you before you take care of yourself. Being a leader means helping others. Helping others to be their best in order to accomplish a goal or just being an example to follow.

Get your child into an environment that will enrich their well-being and teach them to be positive, outgoing people that can handle anything life throws at them!

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We teach our kids, and adults for that matter, how to be good leaders. By learning to set a good example, to always try your best and never give up. #BGKPL #kajukenpo #leadership #leadersneverquit

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