A repository of articles on Martial Arts and Children compiled by black belt, instructor, and office manager, Ms. Jennifer Grillo-Foster.
Raising Empowered Daughters with Martial Arts
Training in martial arts can offer valuable experiences to anyone; however, some of the benefits it offers are especially suited to young girls. If you are focused on raising empowered daughters, here are six reasons why you should give martial arts a go.
Martial arts offers brain-boosting benefits for all ages
As well as increasing physical fitness and mental health, martial arts can boost brain cognition too
We Should Teach Our Children To Be Capable Of Violence
Peace through strength is as applicable to grade school as it was on the world stage. Make your children disciplined and capable of violence.
Teach Your Daughters to Hit People Who Touch Them
If you don’t like it, teach your kids the proper way to act.
Why kids who do combat sports at a young age are better prepared for life
The lessons children learn in combat sports will stay with them for a lifetime.
From ‘forever fearful’ to a no-quit Black Belt: How taking her kids to karate changed a mum’s life
After a tyre puncture at midnight, Katie Ben sat alone in the dark, feeling vulnerable. So she decided to do something about it.
Self-Control, Not Violence, is the Result of Teaching Martial Arts to Young Kids
The reason why Martial Arts is a beloved art form and way of life is because of the beautiful paradox that it presents. Martial arts is all about learning to fight so that you don’t have to.
Yes, it is true. The main and most crucial lesson that Martial Arts teaches is for one to know h…
Why You and Your Kids Should Do Karate—It Fights Anxiety, Prevents Bullying and More
Maybe you take your kids to karate once a week. Have you ever wanted to join in? Karate has tremendous health benefits ranging from easing anxiety to strengthening bones and preventing bullying among kids.
8 functional movements you should include in your kids martial arts programme – MAPLE Martial Arts
Although Functional Movements Patterns (FMP) have appeared in many different adult strength based systems over the last couple of decades, they were initially