The Moo Duk Kwan® philosophy encourages one to pursue constant improvement and each member that moves on from their training may be able to provide valuable feedback that can help our instructors, schools and the United States Soo Bahk Do Moo Duk Kwan Federation to improve.
We appreciate you taking time to respond to this one question survey and helping us to improve.
What are the primary reason(s) you or your child are no longer training in the Soo Bahk Do martial art system? (Select any/all that apply)
My Schedule changed
My schedule changed and I cannot make classes at the time the school offers them
Wanted to participate in other activities
Wanted to participate in other activities and schedules of other activities conflicted with class schedule. (Soccer, Gymnastics, Cheer leading, Band Football, Baseball, etc.)
We took a break and never came back
We took a break and were discouraged when we came back and others had advanced in rank past us
Lost Interest because classes were boring
Unsure why. They just came home one time and did not want to go back to class.
School tuition was too expensive
Federation Membership was too expensive
Issues with one or more instructors or fellow students at the school
It was a lot more difficult and time consuming than we originally thought
Did not like kids training with adults.
Did not like adults training with kids.
Uncomfortable with social atmosphere of the classes
Some of the ceremonies conflicted with our religious beliefs
Had to wait too long between rank tests
We moved too far away from a school
Lack of transportation to and from classes
Got too old
Experienced too much pain after each training session. Decreased desire to attend class.
Got injured in class
Got injured outside class
Changed to another martial art
Is there any other reason or information that you would like to share with us?
What was your rank when you stopped?
Dan Level - (Alumni)
Ko Dan Ja Level - (Alumni)
Former Student Name
Former Student's Federation ID# (If known)
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