Martial arts classes teach teens to push themselves and be disciplined about the pursuit of their goals. These are basic life skills that teens take with them to school.
Yes. Nobody succeeds in martial arts without discipline, and we teach teenagers the benefits of self-discipline and steady achievement.
Yes. In our teen martial arts classes, kids learn that the best way to achieve their goals is to put their hearts and souls into them. Hard work is always rewarded in our martial arts school, and that shows kids the benefits of giving every endeavor their best effort.
Teens who want to excel in martial arts must make a commitment to continued study. We can’t guarantee that your teen will stick to it, but we can tell you that our instructors encourage persistence and teach teens that they can’t achieve their goals if they give up.
It can, but it’s not a replacement for therapy and other remedies for depression. Exercise of any kind releases endorphins, feel-good hormones that give people a mood boost. However, someone who has depression should also talk to a doctor and get appropriate treatment.
Martial arts instruction focuses on self-respect, strength, control, and discipline. When a teen feels respected in our martial arts school – and respects themselves – then they feel better at home and in school, too.
Yes. Martial arts workouts combine cardio with muscle-building and toning for a fantastic, all-over workout that can get anyone in shape.
They might – but martial arts classes are fun and social, and kids also see them as cool. We’re used to a little resistance, but we also know how to get teens interested in what we teach, and keep them interested.
Yes. Martial arts instruction builds strength, flexibility, and control. We teach basic self-defense moves that any teen can use to defend themselves if they need to.
Teens who study martial arts learn to carry themselves with strength and confidence, and that makes them less likely to be targeted by bullies. They also learn how to defend themselves if necessary.