Taekwondo – 3 to 5 years
Take in possibility that a dedicated student will be eligible to test for the 1st Degree Black Belt (Il Dan) after 3 to 5 years. Some schools have at least 4 to 5 years to reach black belt level 1, while others do not have any minimum. Black Belt awarded after passing tests that students could fail. I have personally seen many students fail to black belt test them many times, but if the curriculum is followed step by step, it should not be difficult for students to reach black belt.
Judo – 3 to 6 years
In it is likely that you will be able to get a black belt in 3 to 6 years depending on your commitment to art. The ranks of judo students have colored belts with ten black belts “in” Shodan in Judan. The Achiever judo black belt must have developed one or more “tokui waza” which are winning game throws. In judo, achieving first dan black belt is just the beginning to become a serious athlete in judo, and the world of judo does not mean that the student is an expert.
Aikido – 4 to 5 years
In any case, most people who practice aikido diligently several times a week can reach the first black belt level 4 to 5 years. Of course, it depends on their level of care and commitment to practice. Aikido is different from most martial arts, your instructor should feel that you will be a good representative of the school. You can be very good technically or physically, but if your mindset will not you chosen to achieve your black belt.
Karate – 5 years
The length of time it takes to earn a black belt in karate ultimately depends on the commitment of the student and the standards of the martial arts school that delivers the black belt . Technically, there is no standard time period of training required to earn a black belt in karate (similar to all other martial arts which we spoke). However, there are general guidelines that are followed by most karate schools. Factors such as the age of the student and the frequency of training are also considered.
Jiu Jitsu – 10 years
The BJJ black belt is highly respected and known to be one of the hardest to reach belts, and for good reason. Compared to many other martial arts which rank promotions can be acquired in relatively short periods, the belt system Jiu Jitsu is much more difficult to move through. Even getting a blue belt (near the belt above the white belt) can take some people from 2 to 5 years to get based on their dedication to BJJ.