Men’s Martial Arts

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All-Star Martial Arts of Arkansas and Tennessee classes utilize a top level team of Instructors, under the supervision and guidance of Martial Arts Instructor, Chief Master G. K. Lee and Chief Master Kathy Lee. They have designed, incorporated and tested a high level martial arts training system utilized in class so that one can truly master the fine art of martial arts, taekwondo, karate and krav maga for men.

In an adult class for men, the student will learn real life practical applications, as well as a system to de-stress ones self from the daily challenges within life. The classes are designed to be more than just kicking and punching at ASMA. Allowing you to gain the self confidence, lose weight, tone and strengthen both body and mind so that that you can feel comfortable with confrontation in any situation within life.

Whether it is Martial Arts, Taekwondo, Karate, or Fitness at All-Star Martial Arts of Arkansas and Tennessee, students will enhance the body’s functions such as flexibility, core strength and endurance. Self-defense is taught in a safe and enjoyable environment while emphasizing on the values and practical application of martial art skills sets that could one day save a life. Students learn to dedicate themselves to perfecting the art of martial arts with a strong curriculum based program that challenging for the beginner to the most advanced Martial Art student. Creating a personal Victory in All-Star Martial Arts of Arkansas and Tennessee for each student as an individual is our goal. It is easy to see why so many people train under the direction of Martial Art Instructor, Chief Master G. K. Lee and Chief Master Kathy Lee atLittle Rock, Maumelle, Cabot, Conway, Bryant, Memphis and Germantown.

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  1. Hello ATA. I’m 24 years old and interested in getting back into martial arts, having paused my Tae Kwon Do training years ago as a blue belt. I am wondering when the course I could enter into would be on schedule. Also, when would be a good time to visit, observe a class, and talk more about the possibility of myself being allowed to train with your dojo. Thank you

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