Who we are:

The University of Arizona (Tucson) ATA Club is an officially recognized sports club (since 1991) associated with Young's ATA Black Belt Academy.

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What we have to offer:

  • In addition to six hours of instruction and physical training per week, the club also organizes trips to local tournaments in Phoenix, a fall semester trip to Regional Taekwondo Camp, and a spring semester trip to the ATA Spring National Tournament in Las Vegas.
  • Many aspects of martial arts are incorporated in our training. They include: Tai Chi, Protech Weapons, Self Defense, Board Breaking, Ground Fighting, Extreme Martial Arts (XMA) and Sparring.
  • Responsibility and self-discipline are also emphasized along with self control and safety.

Who can learn Taekwondo?

Anyone, at any level, age, or fitness level, can benefit from Taekwondo. The ATA has active students ranging in age from 4 years old to 80 years old, and there is a special abilities division as well. The ATA also has the largest number of active female black belts of any martial arts organization in the world.

How can I get involved?

Interested people at any experience level are always welcome and encouraged to check out the classes for no charge! Just wear a T-shirt and a pair of sweats and see what ATA Taekwondo is all about. For information in addition to what is offered on this site, contact Instructor or the president.

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