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Demonstration Team

Welcome to the ECMA Demo Team

Welcome to the ECMA Demonstration Team. Our goal is to teach our students to work as a team, sharpen their technique, enhance their Martial Arts skills, and perform for our students and the community. 

Students that are chosen to be on the team will not only have a lot of fun, they will develop friendships that will last a lifetime. *Students will also learn more advanced kicks, self defense, forms and have a chance to learn a martial arts weapon. Students will learn a musical form, break boards and be able to design skits that are both effective and entertaining. 

 Again, thank you for being a part of our Family.

 Sincerely, Master Tommy Lee 

Important information below

Please take the time to look at the information below. This information will help guide you through the in’s and out’s of our program. Please look at the titles, click the + symbol and watch it expand with information that you will need to know. 

Demo Team Mindset

  • Line up formations
  • Team Excitement
  • Professional Demeanor
  • Traditional Techniques

Hyper Team Form 1


  • MKC Combo 1
  • MKC Combo 2
  • MMA Combo’s
  • Placement Holder
  • Placement Holder

Self Defense

  • Self Defense Basics
  • Self Defense 1
  • Self Defense 2
  • Placement Holder
  • Placement Holder

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A great teammate understands the positive impact they have on the team and the overall happiness of the experience to being a great martial arts athlete.


– Say hello to each team member without being asked, look in their eyes and give them a high 5.
– Be a team player that makes their teammates better.
– Give compliments to teammates. 
   Examples: “awesome kick,” “great set,” “nice try,” “strong punches,” “nice stances   and cool combination.”
– Cheer for team members.
– Don’t complain about doing another challenge, drill or practice performance.
– Hold pads for each other and stay after to practice together.
– Get to know the other people on your team and be a good friend. Invite them to hangout after classes.
– Be just as excited when your teammates win as when you win.
– If you lose a challenge, cheer for the winning team. Tell them they did great.
– Work on being precise and improving every time you perform.
– Your energy is contagious so try your hardest.
– Be coachable and listen to trainers or classmates who give you advice.
– Tell everyone on your team good try if you lose a challenge or make a mistake.
– Be Reliable, on time and bring all of the proper equipment needed for your training sessions.
– Be energetic & motivating.
– Use teammates names when cheering for them.
– Yell out Team Cheers. Examples: “Let’s go team, we can do this, we can win, let’s give it our best!”
– Offer to help someone that makes a mistake.
– Encourage other teammates with enthusiasm & passion.
– Say thank you to each instructor and teammate at the end of class.
– If you are having a bad day, don’t say anything to teammates before practice.
  You want to keep your teammate’s motivationhigh for their training session.


Power Note: It is important to know that you do not need to be a great athlete to be a great teammate. Everyone, regardless of talent, age, size, or skill can be a great teammate.


What could happen if team members had poor teammate actions?

– Training will be less fun for everyone.
– There would be less cheering.
– There is less excitement and motivation.
– The team will have poor team chemistry.
– Practices start late and end late.
– Members would have less energy to try harder.
– People would not get encouragement when they need it.
– Teammates could feel like they don’t have any friends.
– Everyone will learn slower and learn less.
– Instructors would not be as excited to teach and give feedback. – You will do fewer drills and spend less time improving.
– You could easily have less achievements and wins.
– People will get upset easier.
– Some teammates could quit.
– The overall experience could be negative.
– The team could miss out on fun memories.
– The team won’t have the same great videos and pictures.
– You won’t have as many friends.
– You get fewer opportunities for shows and demonstrations.
– Less chance of the team being successful.
– Everyone achieves fewer goals.


What could happen if team members had good teammate actions?

– Everyone develops real relationships with their teammates.
– Brings teammates closer together and friends become family.
– Everyone improves his or her abilities together.
– You become leaders by helping each other.
– Everyone is always prepared and on time.
– Build good friendships and real teammate skills.
– Do more drills, build more skills and achieve more accomplishments and wins.
– Always have a positive and energetic attitude and experience.
– Everyone understands how to get better results.
– You learn how to work better with others.
– You have a sense of humor and everyone has fun.
– You hold yourself and others accountable to the commitment they made to the team. – Everyone is coachable and motivated to learn from trainers and friends.
– You have a good attitude when the team loses.
– Everyone helps people when they’re struggling.
– You never place blame on others or find excuses for a loss.
– Everyone is reliable, honest, and trustworthy.
– Everyone encourages their teammates even if they have a tough day.
– Experienced teammates give extra help to inexperienced or new members.
– High energy, engaged, cheering athletes when they’re not performing.
– Everyone striving to be a great teammate.

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