How to Take Care of a Martial Arts Unifrom Virginia Beach www.ATAKICK.com
Posted Oct 27 2010 9:55am
“The… How Too Take Care of a Martial Arts Uniform and your belt (thee)”.There are many styles of Martial Arts. Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Taekwondo, Hapkido, Kung Fu, Krav Maga, Kick Boxing, MMA, Mixed Martial Arts are just a few of the types and styles of Martial Arts.Martial Arts and their uniform styles range from the traditional Karate uniform, to new styles of uniform such as MMA shorts and a MMA T-shirt. The first piece of ‘Martial Arts equipment‘ that is most clearly associated with most martial art styles is the uniform worn in the Karate school or Do-Jo. The traditional karate uniform do-bok or gi has been dated back to the early times when martial arts began. The student was always to keep the uniform clean and pure. The Karate belt would grow darker through years of hard dedicated training. Each student should always ensure that his or her uniform is always properly stored when they are not wearing it. Hanging the martial arts uniform on a hangar and the belt wrapped around the hook or in a belt rack is always a great way to show respect to the “art” and style a martial art student studies.How to wash a martial arts uniform…Is to be done without bleach as the colors of the patch and back of the uniform could run into the white uniform. Changing Lives Martial Arts has four styles of uniforms. A Traditional Martial Arts white uniform that is used in the Taekwondo class. Next CLMA has a Traditional Black uniform that is used for advanced training and XMA ( Extreme Martial Arts ). CLMA offers two uniforms for their Martial Arts and Krav Maga programs. One is the Krav Maga MMA pants/MMA shorts and a Krav Maga training t-shirt. The second is a Ground Fighting uniform that is quite thicker than the traditional and can be used for mat times and throws.How to place patches and letters on a martial arts uniform…Academy patches, Clubs, Martial Art State Champion Logo, Taekwondo World Champion Logo, and students names are to be done professionally and are always managed by Changing Lives Martial Arts for consistency and uniformity. Students may speak to their instructor for a patch placement chart.How to wash a martial arts belt…Martial Arts belts are not to be washed and should always be well taken care of on the mat and outside of the martial arts school. How to tie a belt can be found on a video by clicking onChanging Lives Martial Arts.For more information on Martial Arts in Virginia Beach and Chesapeake please contact CLMA at 757-471-9002.