Here is the updated version of our curriculum from White Belt to Black Belt! The new update correlates with the karate workbook, so make sure to have one as well! Everything listed is what I cover during class and what will be on the test! Make sure to print it out and have it handy when practicing!
Sensei Kevin's Curriculum FeaturedWritten by Kevin Burlison
- 2017ZKarateZCurriculumZACTIVSTARS.pdf (1411 Downloads)
Sensei Kevin has trained with ACTIVSTARS for over 16 years under multiple instructors. He received his 1st degree black belt in Toushi Kan Karate in 2007 and 2nd Dan in 2015, which is a mixed form comprising of Shotokan Karate, Taekwondo, Judo, and Hapkido. Sensei Kevin has also studied the arts of kung fu and wushu, traveling to the Shaolin temple in China in 2011 to further his studies of the Chinese arts. Sensei Kevin is a firm believer in every aspect of martial arts, including the physical, mental, and disciplinary traditions. His passion is to inspire the next generation of martial artists and to encourage them to always honor and respect this amazing art, while having fun learning and developing into martial artists.
Sensei Kevin has produced several black belt students, including some that have even become instructors themselves! Along with teaching children as young as three, Sensei Kevin also teaches adults who have wanted to train along with their students.
Sensei Kevin recently graduated from Arizona State University, earning his bachelor's degree in Pre-Professional Health Sciences. He aspires to become naturopathic doctor, specializing in Eastern Medicine. He currently works in the ACTIVSTARS main office as an accounting representative and is the assistant to the martial arts director.
Sensei Kevin is the head instructor at Palomino Intermediate, Orangewood Elementary, and Sunnyslope Elementary. Sensei Kevin also travels around the valley to train new instructors.
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