Mr. Chuck Lovelace Sr.
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Mr. Lovelace is a retired Army Veteran after having served for 18 years. He is married and has two children. His Martial Arts training began at a young age with his father teaching him self-defense based off of his own martial arts training in Shotokan-ryu. To date, Mr. Lovelace currently has a 4th Degree Black Belt under Master Guy Lee Fields, a Cho Dan Bo (Provisional Black Belt) in Bahk-Do-Kwan TaeKwon-Do, a Brown Belt in Sport Karate, and is a Combatives instructor for his
His love of the arts comes not only from the discipline and self-confidence it gives you, but also from the health benefits. Mr. Lovelace suffered a bad neck injury in 2004 and it was the Martial Arts that helped him recover after spinal surgery. He truly believes that the Martial Arts is for everyone regardless of age and physical capabilities. Mr. Lovelace is still training and moving forward as a student himself as he trains to the next level.
Mr. Lovelace has been recently accepted as the Wisconsin State Rep. for the KoreJa Do Christian Martial Arts Association. This is a Global Martial Arts Association for Christians and Schools. Visit them a www.korejado.org.
His favorite thing about teaching is watching children grow and mature with the Martial Arts. His favorite classes are Fit Boxing Forms and Chanbara.
A short message to you all.
I cannot thank all of you enough for the support and dedication that was shown to my Family and School while I was in Afghanistan. Everyone talks about the heroes that are in the military and in the emergency services, but it seems to me that the ones that are forgotten are the families and friends of those who are out doing the job. While I have heard several times "you do a job no one wants" that is not necessarily true, I love being a soldier and I LOVE serving our great country, politics and opinions aside. We live in the greatest country in the world! On the other hand, my family and friends did the job no one wanted and no one expected them to do, they kept Warriors Academy up and running and made sure that our vision of equality and acceptance in Martial Arts was passed on while I went sightseeing on the other side of the world. In the future when you thank a soldier or a service person regardless of their choice of job remember to thank their families too they do the real work and the real hurting while the rest of us are out traveling around. Thank you all family, friends, students and God Bless you!
Ms. Jennifer Lovelace
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Ms. Jennifer Lovelace is the program director for
Mr.Nathaniel "Nate" Lovelace
2nd Dan Warriors TKD
Mr. Nate has been training in Martial Arts for over 11 Years. He began training in Sport karate at the age of five and continued training with Master Moyle in Tae Kwon Do. He is currently a Second Degree Black Belt who has been taking the lead in the Juniors program since Mr. Prochaska left for College in 2012. Mr. Nate is affectionately known as out Martial Arts "Dictionary" since he has such a wonderful retention capability. Mr. Nate has been helping teach or do warm ups since he was a Green belt and his favorite classes are Sparring and Self Defense. He is currently 18 and Mount Horeb High School Graduate looking to go to college to obtain his Bachelors Degree in Fire Science and Paramedic Credentials.
2nd Dan Warriors TKD
Mr. Christopher Ranere received his instructor rating as a Brown Belt. He began his martial arts training in late 2008, seeking to balance his hectic work and social life. Mr. Ranere loves teaching the Juniors class , especially forms and combinations. He enjoys the Juniors fun/carefree style of learning the art. His favorite class to take is Warriors Elite, mainly when we are working with weapons such as Arnis Sticks and the Bo. Tae Kwon Do has given Mr. Ranere a better sense of self control and a far better grasp on controlling his emotions, as well as the inner peace he was initially searching for.