RICHLAND, Wash.- Kicking, punching and jumping burns calories and can be pretty fun.
But it can be much more. Pamela Logan is a 4th degree black belt with more than 30 years of karate experience.
She’s teaching a class at the Richland Community Center and says she wants to spread the benefits of martial arts. She says besides being great for your health and potentially life-saving; it’s empowering.
“You don’t find that super hero by reading books, going to movies, watching TV, or laying video games. You find that super hero by pushing yourself to do things that are really hard and to face fear,” says Pamela Logan
The class starts Monday at the Richland community center at 7:30.