The Philippine Taekwondo Association in cooperation with Milo Sports Clinic sets 2010 Taekwondo Summer Clinic at Bravehearts gym.

The program aims to enhance character, fitness, self-defense, sports and fun. It caters to everyone regardless of age, gender or current physical ability.

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“Sa halip na mag-computer, sa bakasyon kapag walang ginagawa sumali na lang sila ditto,” one of the organizers explained and assured an atmosphere of success and accomplishment making sure every student feels great about themselves as they journey towards quality and excellence.

Registration is open until the fourth of April and the clinic starts the next day. Interested applicants will be charged P5,500 and entitled with unlimited training, uniform with belt, Bravehearts t-shirt, kicking pad, taekwondo patch, taekwondo notebook, taekwondo manual, Bravehearts stickers and Milo taekwondo certificate upon graduation.

Through the years Bravehearts has produced national and international players among the recent achievements were Caraa medalists Kendrix Galican, Joan Rose Bognadon and Ron Alfred Miko David held at Kiangan Ifugao last Feb 8. The three are qualified to join the Palarong Pambansa in Tarlac City.

Meanwhile trainors are composed of award winning persona such as gold medalist Dan Rey Velo with Keyya David and Eric Dacasin who were finalists in the recently concluded Carlos Palanca Jr. National Taekwondo competition in Rizal Memorial Complex Malate, Manila last February 6.

“So we can say that they will get quality training,” the organizer added enumerating other high fliers like the bronze medalist in sparring Julia Stephanie Munar and quarter finalist Keyya David.

To register please contact 0915-494-1258 or email and everyone may visit their office at the 4th floor Baguio Center Mall Magsaysay Ave., Baguio City.