New Page for Karate Quest in Progress

Go to Karate Quest Studio and check it out.  That is where you will find the latest updates, schedules and other cool information and resources.  Eventually it will have a member’s log in that will allow for us to post special member’s only content to include training tips and video tutorials.  Follow the link above and stay tuned.

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2013 is the year to say “I WILL!”

We have so much to look forward to in 2013.  It is already off to great start as many of our awesome members are achieving their goals in the martial arts.  Those goals vary because the may pertain to fitness, personal confidence, flexibility, discipline, social, focus, speed, power, self-defense and competition just to name a few.

We distinguished ourselves this last year in several ways.  McKenna Jolly is a current 17 and under Black Belt World Champion.  No small accomplishment.  Karate Quest launched a series of very sought after GUNFITX classes geared toward those who wish to carry a firearm for self-defense and teaching the tactics and application of the law to help them do so both at the time of the incident and in the legal aftermath that can follow.  Mr. Jolly is also sharing his reality based self-defense knowledge gained from his experiences serving as a law enforcement officer and a Special Agent for the US Secret Service at Western Washington University.

When you come to train with us, no matter what other goals you may have, we promise you will get in great shape, have fun and learn skills that could save your life.  Make 2013 your year to achieve more goals with the one thing that does so much simultaneously.

Come train at Karate Quest with locations in Fairhaven and Ferndale.

Karate Quest Sends McKenna Jolly to the World Games

In 2011, McKenna Jolly took second and a third during the World Games narrowly missing the coveted first place.  This year the 2012 World Games will be held in Buffalo, New York and McKenna will be there hunting the first place finish that she has been working for.

The road to the World Games has taken McKenna to tournaments in and out of the country where she has been highlighted for her numerous victories and as the CanAm Sport Karate Competitor of the Year.  McKenna says that working out is not work at all because she knows what her goals are.  When asked what the biggest challenge of being an international martial arts competitor and she will quickly tell you it is the financial cost.  She earns the necessary funds from teaching private lessons, seminars and like any 16 year old girl, she baby sits.  Furthermore she has been give some one time donation towards her tournament travel by some of the generous people that support her efforts.  McKenna is also an A student carried a full college course load.  She also actively teaches at Karate Quest where she trains.

FEBRUARY 11th – CPL and HOME DEFENSE SEMINAR!!

FEBRUARY 11th- CPL and HOME DEFENSE SEMINAR!!

A training seminar for those who have recently acquired their CPL (concealed permit license) or are simply interested in learning how to use a firearm for home protection.

Attend the GunFitX Training seminar on Saturday, February 11 and let Mick Jolly teach you the skills to know how to handle a firearm in any self-defense situation.

Mick Jolly is a law enforcement trainer, martial artist, former Special Agent with the U.S Secret Service and owner of the GunFitX Training Course.

This five hour seminar will give you the tools you need to defend yourself, your home and your family from an attack. This is a reality based seminar and you will learn what is needed to take your gun skills to the next level.

Topics Covered

Self Defense
Cover and Concealment
Use of Force Decision Making
Gun vs. Empty Hand
Empty Hand vs. Gun
Gun vs. Multiple Assailants
Gun vs Knife/Club
Gun vs. Gun
Home Defense Tactics
How to ‘clear’ a home
How to Perform Safety Checks
Vehicle Defense Tactics
Threat Assessment

COST $199.99 – All payment methods accepted. We can also arrange installment payments. 

CLICK HERE to Reserve Your Spot!