5 Reasons Every Child Should be Enrolled in Karate
Improved Report cards: Our curriculum is designed to teach children the importance of concentration. Improved concentration means that your child will learn more at school. Therefore, you can expect your child to receive A’s and B’s on their report card are raised in class and receive a certificate indicating that they are “Academic Achievers”
Karate builds healthy Kids: Karate is a great workout. Your child will breathe better, eat better, and sleep better. Children who take Karate are slimmer, make better decisions about nutrition, and in general, take care of themselves. You will not see any of our Black Belt Students fall victim to harmful peer pressures such as smoking or using drugs, not or ever!
Positive Attitudes: Children in our program learn to develop a positive and respectful attitude. You will find that you will not have to repeat yourself and over, or argue with our children like most parents do. Kids learn to be respectful of their parents and teachers. You might even catch your child saying, “Yes Ma’am or Yes Sir”!
Self-confidence: It is true; kids who take Karate develop better self-confidence. They will be encouraged to take chances and to push themselves further than they thought possible. The success they experience through Karate teaches that they can successful at any if they truly believe they can, and are willing to work hard. Improved confidence also leads to better grades, a better circle of friends, and an overall better performance in all they do.
Self-Defense: Karate teaches two forms of self-defense. One type is physical where your child will improve his or her strength, flexibility, and overall health. Additionally, your child will learn powerful and highly effective defense techniques. Hopefully, your child will never be picked on or bullied, but should the occasion arise, shouldn’t everyone have the tools to protect themselves? The second form of self-defense is an internal one. Children learn how to spot danger and avoid dangerous people, places, and activities, which, in turn, lessens the possibilities for physical confrontation.