Heart of Texas Martial Arts offers classes for children and adults in the arts of:
- Kung Fu
- Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Our adult programs are for anyone who wants to get in shape and learn practical self-defense skills in fun and challenging classes.
And, our exciting kids programs teach kids success skills that no other after-school or summer activity can instill, such as:
- Personal excellence
- Positive attitude
We’re confident your family will want to become a part of the Heart of Texas martial arts family after your very first lesson…
So confident in fact – we’d like to give you a FREE no-obligation lesson to try us out!
So, fill out the form to the right to receive more information and to schedule your FREE no-obligation lesson:
This last Saturday we had thirteen students enter into Larry Field’s Tumbleweed Karate Championship in Abilene Texas. Out of the four adults who went: Quaylen Lykes placed 1st in Gi grappling, 1st in No-Gi grappling, 2nd in point sparring, 3rd in continuous sparring and 3rd in forms. Jake Suniga (not shown) placed 3rd in forms. Christy Ludwick placed 1st in black belt sparring and competitor in black belt forms. Jessica Montgomery placed 1st in sparring and 1st in forms. Out of the nine juniors we had competing: Dahntay Walker placed 2nd in Gi grappling and competed in demo, forms, and sparring. Tori Unsworth competed in forms, sparring, and weapons specialty. Caleb Bostick placed 1st in Gi grappling, 2nd in forms, and 3rd in sparring. Marli McKee competed in demo, forms, and sparring. Joshua Wilson (not shown) competed in demo, forms, and sparring. Sean Yoder (not shown) placed 3rd in sparring and competed in forms. Daniel Coers competed in forms and sparring. Rizonn Hendricks placed 1st in sparring and 1st in forms. Payton Bartlett placed 3rd in sparring and competed in demo and forms.
Guys, I must say, the people going to tournaments and representing our academy at those tournaments have been doing an amazing job! At this last tournament in Dallas, the Big “D” Nationals, we had seven people competing.
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Payton, Tori, Jessica, Rizonn, Quaylen, Joshua
Rizonn Hendricks -
Joshua Wilson -
Tori Unsworth -
Payton Bartlet -
Jessica Montgomery -
3rd Kung Fu Forms
2nd Kenpo Forms
Quaylen Lykes -
2nd AOK Forms
Jake Suniga – (not pictured)
2nd AOK Forms
3rd Kung Fu Forms
All of our students went and did amazing jobs! They all gave it one hundred percent and everyone had fun! Next month we are going to the Tumbleweed Tournament in Abilene, anyone who is interested come on in and get a flier to pre-register for it!
Heart of Texas Martial Arts went to our first AOK tournament of the season. These three students; Quaylen Lykes, Jessica Montgomery, and Rizonn Hendricks did a very good job representing our school.
Quaylen Lykes placed First in Sparring, and Third in Forms
Jessica Montgomery placed First in Sparring and Forms
Rizonn Hendricks was a Forms Competitor and a Sparring Competitor
for achieving the rank of Blue with Black stripe Belt!! Sean is the highest ranked youth in our academy, and he has been training with us since January of 2005. That is 6 years worth of mat time that he has put into his training here at our academy!! We would all like to give Sean a large congratulations on his amazing achievements here! Sean started our academy as a Little Dragon when he was just 5 years old, and worked his way up the ladder into the Youth class. Sean does many sports besides this, including Soccer, Basketball, Football, Baseball, as well as being an honor roll student. Sean has so much on his plate, we are amazed that he is able to handle all of it not only as well as he does, but also with the amount of grace that he does.