“Congratulations to the New Z-Ultimate Black Belt Undergraduates Who Recently Graduated from the Z-Ultimate University of Martial Arts Professionals’ Boot Camp!”

New Z-Ultimate Martial Arts Black Belt Undergraduates

On Sunday, August 26th, 2012, the first group of new Black Belt Undergraduates graduated from the first Z-Ultimate University of Martial Arts Professionals’ Boot Camp.

Future instructors from across Z-Ultimate committed to training intensely for eight hours every Sunday for six weeks, culminating in a final exam and graduation ceremony at National Headquarters in Hungtington Beach, California.

These future instructors were immersed in the Classical – Practical – Tactical aspects of our martial arts system, as well as detailed instruction, demonstration and drilling on every aspect of our martial arts system. Fundamentals – including stances, footwork, strikes, kicks and blocks; katas, defensive techniques, weapons defense, sparring, self defense scenarios and more.

These future instructors were also immersed in learning the culture and standards for working in a Z-Ultimate location. Everything from the history, standards, Code of Conduct, standard operating procedures, how to teach lessons and much more were covered.

The energy and enthusiasm of the Instructors of the boot camp as well as the attendees was inspirational and a testament to the quality of people that train with Z-Ultimate.

Z-Ultimate is very, very proud of all the Black Belt Undergraduates. Please join us in saying “Congratulations” to all of the new Black Belt Undergraduates of Z-Ultimate University of Martial Arts Professionals.

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