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Here are the instructions to receive a monthly password, or to re-register for a password.

First time students must:

  1. Fill out a waiver form with an original signature that releases True Power Martial Arts, Inc. from responsibility for any injury that occurs while watching or participating in this broadcast. The waiver form is available here.

  2. Get a physical. Then send a signed doctors note stating that you are in good health and able to participate in this class.

  3. Send a check or money order made payable to True Power Martial Arts, Inc. for $150 US dollars.

Send all 3 items to:

True Power Martial Arts, Inc.
126 Schmidt Drive
Hampshire, Illinois 60140

Once all 3 items are received and complete, you will receive an email with your monthly password. You will receive a different monthly password each month for the next 2 months. (Passwords are distributed by email at the beginning of the month).

Note: Re-registration will only require:

  1. a check or money order for $150 US dollars
  2. notice of any change in your name, address, home phone number, work phone number, or email address

Upon receipt of your check you will receive a monthly password, then a different password each month for the next 2 months.

FBI Warning

Federal Law provides severe civil and criminal penalties for the unauthorized reproduction, distribution or exhibition of copyrighted motion pictures, video tapes and video discs, (Title 17 U.S. Code, Section 501 and 506). The FBI investigates allegations of criminal copyright infringement. (Title 17, U.S. Code, Section 506)

Warning

International agreements and national laws protect copyrighted motion pictures, videotapes and sound recordings. Unauthorized reproduction, exhibition or distribution of copyrighted motion pictures can result in severe criminal and civil penalties under the laws of your country. The International Criminal Police Organization – INTERPOL, has expressed its concern about motion picture and sound recording piracy to all of its member national police forces. (Resolution adopted at INTERPOL General Assembly, Stockholm, Sweden, September 8, 1977.)

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