CHARACTER                                CONFIDENCE                                LEADERSHIP                                RESPECT                                DISCIPLINE                            TENACITY

 



We Develop Leaders

At East Coast Martial Arts, every class begins and ends with a bow.  This simple act of respect is the foundation of our school.

From our humble beginnings in a garage over 25
years ago, to our current state of the art facility, we are still committed to developing leaders!




Schedule

 6:15-7am

 9:15-10am

 4:00-4:15       

 4:15-4:45   

 4:45-5:30    

 5:30-6:15    

 6:15-7:00

 7:00-7:45   

 7:45-8:30 

Mon    MMAFit  Intro  Youth
White Belts
 
 Youth
Novice
 Youth
Intermed
 Youth Adv Adult All   MMAFit  Jiu-Jitsu
Tue  MMAFit     Little Leaders   Youth
Novice
 Youth
Intermed
 Youth Adv Adult All  MMAFit  MMAFit+
KickBox 
Wed    MMAFit  Intro  Youth
White Belts
 
 Youth
Novice
 Youth
Intermed
 Youth Adv Adult All   MMAFit  Jiu-Jitsu
Thur  MMAFit     Little Leaders   Youth
Novice
 Youth
Intermed
 Tests /
Red Tip
 MMAFit  MMAFit+
KickBox
                   
  9:15-10am  10:00-10:15  10:15-10:45 10:45-11:30 11:30-12:15 12:15-1:00  1:00-1:30  1:30-2:15  2:30-3:30 
Sat  MMAFit  Intro  Youth
White Belts
 
Youth
Novice 
Youth
Intermed 
Youth Adv Adult All  Little Leaders  Tests /
Red Tips
 
 
Sun                  Jiu-Jitsu Youth / Adult


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Life Skills


East Coast Martial Arts 
students are required to write an essay before testing for a black belt.  The following essay was written by Ricky, a 9 year old boy who started training at East Coast when he was 4.  

“I was 4 years old when I started Karate.  I could not speak correctly or say many of my sounds and letters.  My pre-school teacher said that I would not be ready for school because I could not speak well or get my thoughts across to others.  I could not concentrate and they said I couldn’t keep up with the other kids.

When I started taking Karate at East Coast, I learned to concentrate and sit quietly.  I have learned that Karate was more than kicking and fighting.  Karate has taught me three important things that will stay with me for the rest of my life. 

One is respect, respect for myself and others.  Two is discipline.  I had to discipline myself to remember and learn self defense, one steps and katas.  I use discipline and concentration in my school work as well as other sports.  Having self discipline can also help you concentrate to make learning easier.  Learning was never easy for me and this has really helped me.  Now my teachers are surprised at my grades in school.  The third important part of Karate is manners.  I show manners by saying “thank you” and “please.”  Karate has helped me set goals for myself even though I am only 9 years old.  I have looked forward to testing for my black belt.  Being tested for a higher rank also gives you self confidence.  I have made many friends and karate is a lot of fun.  Karate class has helped me in school and in other sports.  Karate is a very important part of my life.”

Ricky
      


About Us


East Coast Black Belts accomplish amazing things!

Our Black Belts have graduated from West Point, completed PhD's, piloted an F18 Super Hornet in the middle east and built schools in Vietnam, (Carly was a 13 year old Black Belt when she raised funds and accomplished this.)  Her sister Abby, also an East Coast Black Belt, built another school two years later.  Our Black Belts work on SWAT teams, serve as college deans, teachers and have become CEO's.  East Coast Black Belts are changing the world! 

Steve Hindman started East Coast Martial Arts in 1986 out of a garage.  He holds a 5th degree Black Belt in Karate, a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and has studied Thai Boxing with world champions.  His coaching throughout the U.S. includes numerous national championships as well as 1st place wins at the Olympic Training Center and the Wide World Of Sports Center.  He has coached mixed martial arts in Europe, Japan (PRIDE) and provided commentary for two mixed martial arts television shows.  He developed curriculum and taught two accredited martial arts courses at Kent State University for 9 years.  

                                                                                                7257 Fulton Dr NW Suite 67 Canton, OH 44718   330 830-6565                                                                            



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