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WORLD CLASS FITNESS

The NTA Taekwondo Center has classes oriented for both children and adults. The energetic atmosphere of our programs and our personal approach to teaching are designed to give students the necessary tools to become better people through martial arts.  Whether you are interested in Taekwondo as an exercise program or are a national-level athlete who wants to train for competition, NTA Taekwondo Center has classes to help meet your goals!

TRADITIONAL PROGRAM

Traditional Taekwondo is one of the most systematic and scientific Korean traditional martial arts, that teaches more than physical fighting skills. It is a discipline that shows ways of enhancing our spirit and life through training our body and mind.

Traditional Program provides one of the highest level curriculum that students of all ages find very challenging and fun.   NTA Taekwondo offers one of the highest level World Class Team Programs.

OLYMPIC PROGRAM

Taekwondo is a traditional Korean martial art, which means “the way of kicking and punching”. In taekwondo, hands and feet can be used to overcome an opponent, but the trademark of the sport is its combination of kick movements.  Taekwondo is one of the two Asian martial arts included on the Olympic programme. Taekwondo made its debut as a demonstration Olympic sport at the 1988 Seoul Games, and became an official medal sport at the 2000 Sydney Games.

NTA’s Olympic Program delivers a path to the Olympics.  NTA has produced numerous regional, state and national champions.

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Master Sang Cha, Sa Bu Nim

Master Sang Cha is the director of the NTA Taekwondo Center. He is a 6th Degree Black Belt and has won two international competitions. As an instructor, he has produced numerous champions, and as a mentor, he has helped to develop and transform the lives of thousands of students.

MEET OUR INSTRUCTORS

josh-stuckeyMaster Josh Stuckey


Master Stuckey taught taekwondo for 4 years while attending Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas.  He additionally taught at Sang Kim’s Taekwondo Institute as the head instructor, where he was inducted into their Hall of Fame as Instructor of the Year.  He has been a coach at NTA for the last 12 years and has coached several local, state, and national champions.  He started the Hanmadang Program at NTA which has produced many champions as well.  His two biggest accomplishments have been “being married to my amazing wife Anna, and having the opportunity to raise my son, Achilles Troy Stuckey”.

master-amir-shresthaMaster Amir Shrestha

Master Shrestha started taekwondo in Nepal in 1984.  He received his black belt in 1990 where he then worked as a National Taekwondo coach for 10 years.  After moving to the U.S. he started working at NTA in 2006.  He has continued as an instructor here until the present time, where he has coached many athletes to championships. In addition, he is a Second Class International Referee for WTF, and a 3rd Class Master Instructor for Kukkiwon.

master-nate-putneyMaster Nate Putney

Nate Putney has been a taekwondo instructor at NTA since 2007. He is a Kukkiwon-certified 4th Degree Black Belt and has been practicing taekwondo since 1995.  He is a 4 time National Champion and after becoming a coach, has become NTA’s specialist in weapons and board break training.  He also coaches in the successful Hanmadang Program.

master-thomas-rahimiMaster Thomas Rahimi

Thomas Rahimi is both a coach and competitor at NTA.  He has been a U.S. National Team Member since 2011, a 2010 U.S. Junior National Team Member, a Texas State Team Member, and a 2014 and 2015 US World Cup Team Member.  Thomas has been competing throughout the world on an international level for many years.

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