McKenna TaeKwon-Do & Jiu-Jitsu

Established 1983

875 Main Street, Unit 3, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia  B2W 3V3

Phone:  462-KICK (5425)


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  1. Who can learn?

    TaeKwon-Do and/or Jiu-Jitsu can be learned by anyone - young, old, male or female. These are some of the most effective methods of self defense commonly practiced today.  They will give you self-confidence, and physical and mental coordination and relaxation.  They are the key to being trim and fit because the whole body is exercised.

  2. Is there any danger in learning TaeKwon-Do or Jiu-Jitsu?

    Injuries do not usually occur if there is good instruction and, if instructions are followed up properly, there is less risk of physical injury than in any other sport.  A study was done in the United States that rated the safety of sporting/recreational activities for a two-year season, and TaeKwon-Do was listed as No. 24 among the 30 sporting activities.  No. 23 was golf.  The most dangerous activity was riding a bicycle.

  3. How long will it take to learn TaeKwon-Do / Jiu-Jitsu?

    This depends on you.  If you train regularly, you will be quite proficient and should be able to defend yourself after six months.

  4. How often do I attend classes?

    Twice a week is sufficient, but three times is the regular workout.

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