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Are you finding it difficult for your child to complete tasks? Even daily chores at home, you need to remind them daily to do it, and it’s always a struggle with a lot of sighs, grunts and foot-stomping. And let’s not even get started on school work! How many nights before an assignment is due has to be in when your child runs into your room frantically and shouting that it has to be in tomorrow? Your child might be young, and you brush it off that it’s only a phase. Still, responsibility and commitment are two fundamental values that need to be taught in a young life. Martial Arts, amongst other things, embodies these values and teaches students the importance of commitment, not only while practising the art but also in their daily lives.
If you’re looking for a new sport or activity for your child, have you considered martial arts? Martial arts are very varied and can teach kids a range of useful skills, plus it’s a fantastic way to keep fit. You can choose from different disciplines such as taekwondo, karate, Brazilian jiu jitsu, and more, so you can find the best one to suit your child. There are many benefits of martial arts for kids that aren’t related to fighting skills. Here are a few examples.
The impact of the Coronavirus pandemic has been felt on all people of all generations across the world and it will take all of us a long time to readjust as restrictions begin to ease. Especially as we know social distancing, quarantines and testing may stay a standard part of our lives for some time yet.
Visualise your workplace. Imagine that every time you sit down, someone tries to pull out your chair, or puts chewing gum on it. In meetings
You’re right to have your head turned by the prospect of your child learning martial arts. But remember this: it’s not simply about what they