What people are saying about training at TKC

May 3, 2020

One of my many heros from Team Karate Centers is Sam Hakimi. Sam was the person who gives me little tips everyday I go to train. He genuinely cares about me and he is become so close that we are practically brothers now.

Sam tested for black belt last year and has been through many struggles in his life that have shaped him to be the person he is today. Without Sam, I have no idea how well I would be doing in karate or in life in general. Sam is a hero to me because he is a person who cares and wont go away if I tell him to. He will stay even if he has things to do.

My hero Sam, is one of the most important people in my life. Although he may make fun of me for getting hurt and changing my hair and drawing on myself I know he cares and is just teasing me. Sam is a person who is easy to get along with. Sam will not cause conflict and does what is right all the time. He is a nice, funny, sarcastic, amazing, caring, incredible person.

He cares so much about people and I know people care about him just as much. He will literally go out of his way to help someone. If he sees someone upset he will always go to them and talk, therefore he does a lot of talking. Without Sam Hakimi, I have no idea where I would be. Blood does not create family it is the bonds that are strong and long lasting that create a family. Sam is my brother and forever my friend.

One of my many heros from Team Karate Centers is Sam Hakimi.