Posts tagged bully defense
World Champion - Jackson Rudolph at Spicar's

As a martial arts dad I was so excited 🤩my two young boys (7 and 6) had a chance to work with the world 🥇champion. They had so much fun! But there were 😭 many tears as well because they both wanted to be like him, but couldn't do the tricks and spins right away.

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Why Keeping or Enrolling Your Child in Karate RIGHT NOW Positively Impacts Their School Year.

Summer has come to an end, and whether we like it or not, it's back to school time. It can be challenging for everyone to adjusts to new schedules, bedtimes, and transitions in the school system.

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How Martial Arts Training Benefits Teenagers

Ten to fourteen-year-olds, for the most part, are the smartest students in the martial arts school. Yes, they are smarter than most adults!

They are also physically competent and can excel in most physical challenges that are presented to them. The problem we discovered is they are so focused on what is socially acceptable that they have a hard time keeping themselves emotionally driven to the task at hand.

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How Martial Arts Training Benefits Your Child

Children between the ages of 5 and 10 are in the “dynamo” stage of development.

They are now at a point where basic skills become the foundation for their continued growth. With the right mindset and curriculum, martial arts can help them build a more solid foundation for basic fundamental skills, which are essential for continued development.

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Another Fantastic Karate Birthday Party

We had another fantastic and action packed birthday party today. Happy 5th birthday, Trevor! You were awesome and we had a blast having you and your friends in our school celebration your important day.

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The Importance of Sparring

Sparring is as real as it gets. It’s that simple. Sparring requires you to use every one of your attributes – forcing you to sharpen your skills and practice things like the controlling distance, timing, speed, agility and focus as well as cardiovascular and muscle endurance to name just a few.

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