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There are advantages to Martial Arts training at any age. Most Martial Arts programs offer classes with age-specific groups ranging from 4 to senior adults. In most Martial Arts classes for younger students (ages 4-6), children work on developing listening skills and appropriate classroom behavior in a fun and play-filled environment. Classes for older kids (ages 7 – 12) usually offer a non-competitive atmosphere with a focus on team-building, self-defense, and fitness, and much more. Beyond learning real and effective self-defense and Bully Proof skills and maintaining or improving physical fitness, students  at ANY age will develop: focus, discipline, respect, self-esteem, goal setting, and confidence. And for adults, martial arts’ training is a great way to improve fitness and flexibility, and to learn practical and effective self defense skills.

Start by finding the center of the belt and hold it up to your front. Wrap one end of the belt all the way around the body and back to the front. Wrap the other end around on top of the first piece, and bring it back to the front.Next, take the end that is on the outside; bring it underneath both pieces of the belt, from the bottom side up to the top. Take this piece and bring it back to the outside, wrap it over the top of the other end, and then thread it through the loop that was just created, from the bottom to the top. Finally, pull both ends straight to the sides to tighten.

Kata, or form, are a sequence of choreographed movements performed against an imaginary set of opponents. They are a very traditional and more artistic component of martial arts training. Historically, kata was used as a means for retaining fitness as warriors traveled. When done properly, a student will be tired after having completed even a basic kata. In today’s world, only the most traditional Dojos will teach a kata.

No. Sparring is a component training for combat, self-defense, or competition, it is not a requirement to enjoy the benefits of Martial Arts. If your goal is purely fitness-based and you do not wish to spar, you will find plenty of Dojos and Instructors who can accommodate. Sparring classes are designed to show students a practical application of their martial arts skills. Students wear protective gear (head gear with a face shield, chest protectors, shin and elbow pads, etc.) to ensure the safety of all participants. Sparring basics and fundamentals are reviewed in each class, and students are paired with other students of their own size and ability level. Students are never required to spar against another student with whom they are not comfortable.


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