Colored Belt Test Results

Results for the testing held at the American Martial Arts Institute on May 26, 2016 The following students have tested for new rank: Junior Rank Kaiden Appel is now an Orange Belt Samuel Bull is now an Orange Belt Sean Burks is now an Orange Belt Adam Nellis is now a Yellow Belt Maggie O'Donnell is now a Yellow Belt Julian Korotzer is now a Green Belt Aiden O'Donnell is now a Green Belt Adult Rank Rebekah Lynch is now a Yellow Belt Gabriel Nellis is now a Green Belt Chad Handy is now a Blue Belt Rachael Ha is now a Purple Belt If your name appears on this list, see your instructor to receive your test results. All testings are posted within two weeks of the test date at the main location a

Proclamation

Grandmaster Clifford C. Crandall Jr. recognized with Proclamation for Community Service Village of New Hartford issues proclamation for Crandall’s 50 years of martial arts education Grandmaster Clifford C. Crandall Jr. has been training and teaching the martial arts for more than 50 years. On May 15, 2016, New Hartford Mayor Donald Ryan and the Village of New Hartford presented Clifford C. Crandall Jr. with a proclamation recognizing him and his school for their community, state, and country's educational impact. On Saturday, May 21, during the American Martial Arts Institute's Spring Open House, Master Eric Stalloch did the formal public presentation to Grandmaster Crandall of the professi

Open House

On Saturday, May 21, the American Martial Arts Institute opened its doors to the community, family, and friends for our Spring Open House. The purpose of the event was to promote camaraderie among the students and allow them the opportunity to demonstrate for friends and family. Grandmaster Crandall welcomed instructors and students of the American Martial Arts Institute for an exciting day of of sharing knowledge and skills with the community. The training hall includes three large, separate training floors with viewing areas, seven bathrooms, a conference room, an office, a school library, changing rooms for men, women, instructors, and master instructors, and areas for quality training eq

Takenouchi-Hangan-Ryu-Matsuno-Crandall Iaido Successor

Takenouchi-Hangan-Ryu-Matsuno-Crandall Kyoshi Testing May 20, 2016 Although much of his physical testing took place on May 20, Renshi Morris had 30 days to complete the written examination and demonstrate much of what was required. On the day of May 20 he was expected to perform most of the physical requirements which included all female and male katas up to and including Kyoshi rank level. The three new katas demonstrated for Kyoshi included Tameshi-giri-ni with the cut, Runing-n-gu-no-kougeki, and Ushiro-kara-mamoru. As well as all eight traditional Batto-do katas from Ippon-Me, through Happon-Me. Within Iaido, he had to perform the proper opening and closing Reiho and well as the four Mut

Iaido / Batto Testing

Iaido/Batto Testing May 20, 2016 Iaido is a martial arts discipline that is designed for adults. Maturity and a grasp of life and its challenges assist the student in their travels down this Do or way. Testing's are held once a year or twice a year. Testing's allow the student to see how to improve for a better focus on the journey ahead. In traditional Iaido it is truly all about the journey not the rank. Self improvement is the goal and personal growth is the reward. This testing is receiving more publicity and coverage than earlier testings for one specific reason. At this testing Renshi Nathan Morris tested for Kyoshi. This is the status of Master Instructor or Teacher Grade. To test for

Mother's Day Class

On Friday, May 6, 2016 the American Martial Arts Institute held our annual Mother's Day Classes. These special classes allow families to train together for one night. Students may bring their mothers, grandmothers, aunts, or other female guardians, and students who are mothers can bring their children. This year over 25 family members train together, practicing punches, kicks, basic forms, katas, and self-defense, but more importantly, they shared in the excitement and camraderie that traditional martial arts promote. The American Martial Arts Institute is a second home for its students, and it was wonderful to have so many families who support their training to join us on the training floor

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