Posted: Jun 22, 2010 8:52 PM by Jordan Mason
Updated: Jun 23, 2010 1:47 PM
These kids are the toughest of the tough.
Some would rather be kicking than holding.
They break boards with their bare hands.
Shh...don't tell anybody...it's really not that hard.
"It's not; they're kid's boards," said Daniel.
There's intense focus, knee swiveling, even the secret martial arts pick.
And when called upon by Master Lee, there's only one answer.
At the U.S. Taekwondo Center in Monument, the "Yes Sir's" come in all shapes and sizes.
Some kids have red belts, green belts...wait, what's the order again?
One kid, Jordan, named them all without blinking an eye.
"There's white, there's yellow, there's orange, there's green, there's purple, there's blue, there's brown, there's brown senior, there's red, there's red senior, there's red senior 1, there's red senior 2, there's bodan, there's bodan 1, there's bodan 2, bodan 3, black belt eligible, there is 1st degree black belt, 2nd degree black belt, 3rd degree black belt, 4th degree black belt, 5th degree black belt, 6th degree black belt, 7th degree black belt, 8th degree black belt, and 9th degree degree black belt."
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