Year 3-Semester 1-Module 2-Week 3-Weapons-Nunchaku

Class 1

How to Set S.M.A.R.T. Goals

Progress Not Perfection

  • S.M.A.R.T. goals is a way to help you set and achieve your goals.
  • SMART stands for Specific, Motivating, Achievable, Relevant, and Trackable.
  • Let’s break them down.
  • Specific
    Your goals should be clear and written down. Use specific language and include the exact date by
    which you plan to achieve your goal. For example, “I will earn my black belt by December 31st”
    or “I will run 3 miles every day by July 1st.”
  • Motivating
    Motivation gives you the “why” behind your goal and helps you persist through difficult times.
    Write down all of the reasons that motivate you to achieve your goal so that you can remind
    yourself of them when things get tough.
  • Achievable
    Your goal should be realistic. No one can fly to the moon without a rocket. So, while it’s
    important to aim high, make sure that your goal is something that you can actually accomplish.
  • Next class we’ll cover the other two keys to successful goal setting.
  • Got it? Good! Let’s get to work!.

Teach/Review: S1-C1, S1-C2 and Sidekick

Minute 1-15 life skills, foundation skills & Warmup series

15 – 25 Teach/Review Combos, Strikes and Kicks

  • Review Knife-hand and Ridge-hand, Palm Heel and Applications
  • Review Combos 1-4
  • Teach/Review Sidekick
  • Teach/Review Round kick

25-35 Drills

  • Jab-Skip Sidekick on shield.
  • Back leg Sidekick on shield


  • Back leg Round Kick on Shield (1 minute per leg. switch with a partner for 3 rounds)


  • Cool down and calisthenics

Class 2

Last class we learned how to set SMART goals.

  • Who remembers what S stands for?
  • Specific
  • Your goals should be clear and written down.
  • Who remembers what M stands for?
  • Motivating
  • The goal has to be motivating enough for you to keep working at it when the going gets tough and it always do
  • Who remembers what A for?
  • Achievable
  • Your Your goal should be realistic.
  • The R for Relevan
    Your goal should be meaningful and important. It should align with your values. By achieving your goal, you should be able to achieve the benefits that you are striving for.
  • The T for Trackable
    Your goal needs to be measurable, so that you can track your progress. This could involve using a goal setting worksheet, keeping a journal, or setting up a system for tracking your progress.
  • By following the S.M.A.R.T. goal setting system, you can set and achieve your goals more effectively. Remember to make your goals Specific, Motivating, Achievable, Relevant, and Trackable,and you’ll be well on your way to success.
  • Got it? Good! Let’s get to work!.

1 – 15 Life Lesson & Warmup

Review of Module Skills

  • Review Knife-hand, Ridge-hand, Palm Heel

15 – 25

  • Review S1-C1, S1-C2
  • Review Back Leg Round Kick
  • Teach/Review Front Leg Round Kick

25 – 35 Drills

  • Round Kick Pad Series

35 – 45 Cool down and Calisthenics

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