Colored Belt Test Results

Results for the testing held at the American Martial Arts Institute on April 25, 2017 The following students have tested for new ranks: Junior Rank Aaron Lawlor is now an Orange Belt Logan Martin is now an Orange Belt Julian Walter is now an Orange Belt William Ballou is now a Yellow Belt Gabriella Hadlock is now a Yellow Belt Zoey Muntz is now a Yellow Belt Lilliana Van Etten is now a Yellow Belt Adult Rank James Cacciatore is now a Green Belt Isaiah Handy is now a Blue Belt The judging panel consisted of Grandmaster Crandall, Master Stalloch, Master Freleigh, Master Morris, Mrs. G. Stalloch, Mr. Cumings, Mrs. Crandall, Miss Crandall, Mr. Mizgala, and Mr. T. Stalloch If your name appears on

Brown Belt Test Results

Results for the testing held at the American Martial Arts Institute on April 8, 2017 The following students have tested for new ranks: Junior Rank Caitlyn Mazzotta is now a 1st Rank Brown Belt The judging panel consisted of Grandmaster Crandall, Master Stalloch, Master Freleigh, Master Morris, Master Chuff, Master Moller, Mrs. G. Stalloch, Mr. Cumings, Mrs. Crandall, Mrs. Jessee, Mr. Riley, Miss Crandall, Mr. Mizgala, Mr. T. Stalloch, Mr. Lilley, Mr. Faulkner, Dr. Hotvedt, and Mr. Johnson. 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 and on the American Martial Arts Inst

New Instructor

In the American Martial Arts Institute, it takes years of training and dedication to earn the rank of black belt. For each student the challenges along the path are different. In the end, black belts in American Eagle Style have achieved a high standard of mental maturity and knowledge and an incredible range of physical skills. This rank would not have been possible without the guidance of instructors who have the ability to pass on the style. The traditional martial arts embody the philosophical concept of the circle. Students one day teach what they have learned to another generation, giving back what was once given to them. This is no small feat. The ability to demonstrate the physical s

Weapon's Competition

The American Martial Arts Institute's annual weapons competition was held at the main location in New Hartford, New York on Saturday, April 8, 2017. While the overall aim of the competition is to promote school camaraderie, this event has become an essential part of the student's growth and training in the American Eagle Style, and it plays a role in a student qualifying to test for higher ranks. American Eagle Style is an empty-hand style founded on traditional martial arts principles. This school maintains a martial arts standard for attitude and etiquette, which must be demonstrated consistently for a student to test. The American Martial Arts Institute provides several ways for students

Hamilton Wellness Fair

On Wednesday, April 5, the American Martial Arts Institute participated in Hamilton College's annual wellness fair to talk with members of the community about health, awareness, and personal safety. Grandmaster Crandall, Master Stalloch, and Master Freleigh set up a display that included playing the DVDs Cane-Fu: Moving Beyond Disabilities, Takenouchi-Hangan-Ryu-Matsuno-Crandall Iaido, and others. The display also included a laptop featuring the school's website, pictures from our recent events, including the Funshop and Adult Seminar Day, and the many books and DVDs produced by the school. Dozens of other vendors were on site, and hundreds of people participated. The school gave away multip

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