Here is what to expect if want to join Rising Sun Fighting 40
Karate for ages 12 & above:
This is our class schedule for Karate - Ages
12 and older
- Before you begin your training, students
must register in advance to complete a training waiver. This form is
available by clicking here;
Rising Sun Application. This form is NOT a
contract, we don't have contracts. The closest we offer to a contract is
that when you join, and pay for either a monthly payment or session payment,
there are no refunds if you don't finish the session. When you
register, you'll receive a confirmation e-mail along with a starters video.
Please review that video before attending your first class.
- Fighting 40 Karate sessions are offered in
the Fall (September thru December), in the Spring (January thru April) and
in the Summer Session (May thru August). Students may join when a
session is already in progress up until the start of the 8th week of the
session. After that point, students must wait for the start of the next
- The tuition price for the Fighting 40
Karate is $360.00 per session ($90.00 per quarterly payment).
- There is also a one-time fee of $65.00 for
the complete uniform used for training.
- What are the benefits of Martial Arts
training? Click here for
- Due to the space availability, noise and
of course, COVID precautions, parents and spectators are not permitted in
the training areas. They may wait outside, in their car, or in the grass
area to watch through the windows.
does the class learn?
Our training class
consists of three aspects. Sport, Discipline and Fitness.
Our fitness circuit
was developed to put Karate moves into a routine that gives a
student cardiovascular conditioning, while practicing their
The discipline part
of the class concentrates on techniques and material needed for rank
advancement. Advancing in rank is not a given, but rather earned
through hard work and dedication.
The sport aspect of
class concentrates on Karate competition. We do encourage students
to compete in Karate tournaments, but it isn't the competition
that's important, it's the effort in preparation that builds a
winning attitude and competitor.
- When attending your first class, wear
something comfortable until your uniform is available. Shoes and socks will
be removed before entering the training area.
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