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In our school children can do a trial lesson as young as four and a half years old. Assuming they qualify to begin, children in our school work to develop life skills that can help them in school, at home, socially and so much more!
Focus & Concentration
Concentration is like a muscle that needs regular exercise to grow stronger. Martial arts provides children with strategies that help improve their ability to focus and maintain their attention. School work will require students to be able to concentrate for extended periods of time.
Participating in martial arts requires even more concentration. This ability to concentrate and sustain attention is crucially important. As students learn and improve, they will grow life skills such as self-confidence and positive self-esteem.
Enhanced Self-Control & Self Discipline
Almost all young children are naturally impulsive. How do you teach a child to deal with this impulsive behavior? – Self-discipline. A child who has self-control and self-discipline has a huge advantage in dealing with life’s challenges.
So many problems can be avoided when a person has self-control. Martial arts training is the perfect solution to help teach students self-control and self discipline.
Martial arts training and educational training share a very important goal: to inspire attitudes and actions that turn students into motivated, confident, capable, and self-reliant leaders. In school, high test scores are rewarded with good grades.
Martial arts develops skills and traits needed to meet diverse challenges, such as studying to earn good grades. Just a few are discipline, self-control, self-esteem, self worth, courtesy, and respect for others.