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Martial Arts Weapon Certification


Martial Arts
Weapon Certification



Welcome to the Martial Arts Weapon Certification web site. If you are
a martial artist, want to be one, or enjoy watching them, then you
have come to the right spot. At this site we focus on the weapons of
the martial arts. Some Martial Art schools incorporate weapons into
their rank system, some have a good program and some don't. Our hope
is to provide a great program that you can incorporate into your
classes or into your own workouts to help with motivation.

Before reading any more please join the email list. Just enter your
name and email in the box on the right and we will keep you up to date
on the latest with this great program, we will also give you added
benefits and bonuses just by joining the list!

The Martial Arts Weapon Certification Program is designed to help
keep individuals motivated with goals and progression out side the
standard belt ranking. This is not a training program or a program
that will teach you how to use weapons, this is a program to prove
that you know each weapon to become certified in each weapon, however
the requirements for each certification can be used as a training
outline for objectives to learn.

Let me tell you a little story as to why I got started on creating
this program. One of the Martial Arts schools I trained at had a
problem I noticed. They were getting a ton of students who would work
hard, were excited, and got their Black Belt. However they would stick
around for about 6 months and just stop showing up. I wondered why.
Until I realized that the reason was not because they didn't love
doing Martial Arts, it wasn't because they didn't have friends - we
all felt like a very close family - the reason was they ran out of
goals and mile stones for those goals, to see progress and growth. Yes
second degree, or second Dan was a goal they had but it was so far

Those goals they once had with mile stones (Belt
rankings/stripes/etc.) were gone. They had friends, they still enjoyed
doing it, just didn't have the motivation of the goals, nor the
excitement of learning more.

That is where the Martial Arts Weapon Certification comes in. If you
are seeing the same problem, and perhaps even seeing it at earlier
belt ranks, then this is the program for you. We asked kids, adults,
and teens what they liked most about the Martial Arts, and almost
every one of them said the weapons - and most of those students hadn't
even learned a weapon yet! What a perfect subject to base our
motivational, goal setting, program!

Why certificates? Well, just like any award we work for and achieve,
it sets us apart from others, shows dedication and hard work. It is
proof that we know what we say we know, because someone else is
backing us up, we proved it to them, and now they give us their stamp
of approval. That is what a certificate does, it gives us prestige,
confidence, and admiration of others

The program works like this, once you sign up you get a login to the
website. You can look at each category and each weapon in the
categories. You can select and work on several weapons at once, in any
category, if you do not see a weapon you would like to work on you can
submit a request via the “Contact Us” tab at the top of the
website. When you have finished the work for a weapon, and it is
verified by an instructor, you are awarded a certificate. You can work
on any weapon, however it is suggested that you first earn the weapons
in the Hardwood category, then progress to each of the other
categories in order, more on that later.

Each weapon has requirements that you can look at and work on. Once
you are finished with a requirement there is multiple ways you can get
it passed off, depending on the requirement. Take for example a
requirement that asks for you to write about the history of that
weapon. You can type the history in the requirement page and submit
it, you can type up the history in a word document or other word
processor and submit it in the upload area of each requirement, or you
can write up the history on a piece of paper and scan it in on a
computer and submit it via the upload area of the requirement.

As another example, lets say a requirement that you want to work on
asks you to demonstrate the use of the weapon in some way. You can
either video yourself, or have someone else video you, doing the
demonstration and upload it either directly to the
weaponcertification.com website or to some other site, like youtube,
then submit the link of the video in the requirement, make sure in the
video you state that the video is to complete a requirement for the
weaponcertification.com Martial Arts Weapon Certification Program.
(This helps us make sure it is a video meant for the program).

Now the certificates, each weapon has a certificate to be earned.
When you earn three certificates in a given category you will earn the
certificate for that category. The certificates for each of the four
categories must be earned in order, first the Hardwood category, then
the Bladed category, then the Flexible Category and finally the
Projectile Category. Once you earn the category certificate for each
of the four categories you will earn the most prestigious Weapons
Mastery Certificate.

Get access to the program now, and you will not be let down! This is
amazing stuff, this program has motivated some of the toughest
students, it has even got Masters excited about the program and
advancing with different certifications! Click the link below. The
nice thing about this program is that it is ever changing and growing,
more content will be added, articles, more weapons, videos and "how
to" pages.

Now that we have your excitement and attention,

Initial setup of your account is $29 and the yearly fee only $10, the
yearly fee is for the manual verification process, by our amazing
staff, of each piece of work submitted. Copyright 2012 Martial
Arts Weapon Certification






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