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Motivation

by Jeanette Marquez
(Las Vegas, NV, )

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Black Belt Jeanette Coaching

Black Belt Jeanette Coaching
Part of Being a Black Belt is Helping Others

Well I originally started karate to help me have more discipline and to motivate me to set my standards higher than I thought was possible. I wanted to prove to myself how to train my mind to keep on trying even after my body had given up.

I started karate when I was 7 years old but, I started karate at Allen Sarac Professional Karate Center when I was 10 years old.

This karate school has taught me a lot and I am proud to say that I am a black belt at Allen Sarac Professional Karate Center, which I think is the best thing that has ever happened to me.

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by: Master Sarac

After reading your comments I was thinking about my own comment to say in regards to yours, but all I can say is that Im proud of you and as much as you think your proud of yourself, I'm double that seeing how much you have grown and taking on all the responsabilty of a black belt and all the good things you add to my school

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