Posted On:5/02/2009 8:45pm
I got fatter the longer I stayed at this school.
It was an overall bad experience for my whole family.
I regret the whole experience.
Last edited by panthersix; 6/11/2009 3:11pm at .
"I feel naked I was so distracted by your penis"
Posted On:6/11/2009 11:41pm
Style: Ving Tsun
^^^^^^The above place is a wonderful school!!!
If you want a daycare. LOL.
The following pictures should tell you exactly what to expect there:
^^^^^^Bullshit "blackbelt" kids.
^^^^^^^^A TKD school visiting China? Most of us always seem to forget that all Asians are the same.
^^^^^^^Do you want to fight like these guys? Because trainingat Lee Brothers will teach you to fight like an 11-year old.
^^^^^^Fabulous Tae Kwan Do! Shitty hair.
Last edited by Sam Browning; 6/11/2009 11:44pm at .
Posted On:6/11/2009 11:50pm
Style: MT noob
LOL they wore their gi on top of the great wall of china
Posted On:6/12/2009 7:58am
Style: BJJ, Wing Chun
My son and I stopped into a Lee Brothers class several months ago as it was right next door to a good Mexican restaurant.
We sat and watched a kids class where there were a bunch of 8 year old black belts running around (my son was 5 at the time).
My son said "dad...how can these kids be black belts?". I said "they can't, its crap". And he said something like "it is crap."
Later he got invited to a b-day party at Lee's and everybody was supposed to wear their uniform as most of the kids take classes there. Well my boy takes bjj and shows up in his bjj gi. Some of his friends start laughing b/c he is just a white belt (w/ two stripes thank you) and his "uniform" was so different then theirs...and they all started rough-housing. A few minutes later there is a black belt crying b/c he got thrown down and another one who is mounted and can't get up.
Good stuff. BJJ for the win!
Posted On:6/12/2009 9:11am
I think there should be a ban on kids learning real Martial arts.
This is why TMA gets a bad rap. Why is it okay for the kids to laugh at your kid? I mean every person that comes here, downing so called sport arts, claims "TMA teaches honor and value." Hmmmm sounds like this school doesn't do that.
When I Get Back
Posted On:6/12/2009 11:16am
I have just looked at the school's website and I am utterly disgusted. It is a hodgepodge of feely-good do-nothingness. I would not send my child there as I expect he would wind up with a black belt within three years and walk out with the impression that he knows and can do more then he actually would.
Sometimes telling kids the truth his harder then making up a story or telling a falsehood, but it is better for them in the long run. The seeming indoctrination, by all appearances, going on at this dojang is frightening. Belts are not candy and every child is not equal. Sometimes a child needs to be left behind for thier own good.
Please. Lee Brothers. For the good of the children. Stop This Madness.
I feel like you eyeballin' me, dawg!
Posted On:6/12/2009 12:46pm
Style: Judo, BJJ
I notice that there is no real mention of the actual art and more about the community "service" and the day care programs. As a TKD practitioner, this makes me want to yack.
I feel like you eye-bawlin' me, dawg!
Posted On:6/13/2009 7:33pm
Style: Judo, Wrestling, Kendo
HO-LEE ****! Thats some major McDojo going on there. In the training program section you will notice the kids playing ball and and eating snacks.
Posted On:6/14/2009 7:41pm
i would say this is more of a daycare center than anything really
LEE BROTHERS “EXCLUSIVE” MASTER SELECT TEAM
This Master Select Team Uniform is Representation of:
School Report Cards reflecting A’s & B’s Only
Excellent Martial Arts Skills and Flexibility
Must Be Able To Execute Excellent Splits / Dynamic Kicks / Extraordinary Balance
Role Model and Leader to Others in Daily Life, School and Martial Arts
Great Attendance in Martial Arts and School
Excellence in Performance Good Attitude, Loyalty, Respect, and Honesty Toward Others
Well that would surely make my kid feel out of place.. he only gets C's
Last edited by Onr3e; 6/14/2009 7:46pm at .
All Out of Bubblegum
Posted On:6/15/2009 6:09am
I have to say, I always feel genuinely bad when I see a school where the good vibes have gotten out of hand.
The heartbreak of places like this is the instructors and parents usually have very good intentions, and the general warm fuzzy they have RE the place, because it is a pleasant place and a fixture in their kids' lives, forms a protective aura around the parts of the brain responsible for critically evaluating the crap being taught there.
Then, when some "outsider" points out the emperor has new clothes, he's the asshole for fucking with a portion of the kid/parent's life. That's why when someone asks me about a class for a newbie, particularly a kid, I never take the "eh, you might as well put them in whatever until you see if they stick with it/really want to do it/get a little bigger" approach.
Because then you get the heartbreak part II - all the people we get through here that say, "I love my TKD school, but I'm older now and realize it's not teaching me much. How do I keep the people and change the training?"
There's no choice but to confront you, to engage you, to erase you. I've gone to great lengths to expand my threshold of pain. I will use my mistakes against you. There's no other choice.
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