Martial arts offers amazing opportunities for students, especially in a competitive setting. When students take lessons in martial arts they are able to receive extra attention from a talented sensei and maximize performance in competition. The positive encouragement and dedication of growth to reach goals will improve any student’s journey and performance in martial arts.
Posted by Carrie Buchert on 7/7/2014 to Martial Arts Stories
45 years of martial arts! Very cool.
Posted by Denny on 4/3/2014 to Site News
The economy is down while gas prices are up. How can I possibly entice parents to travel to tournaments? Some families look
Posted by Julie: Martial Arts Teacher/Elementary Teacher on 8/13/2010 to Martial Arts Stories
Where does work stop and family start? This is a big question a lot of school owners ask each other.
Posted by Anonymous on 7/22/2010 to Martial Arts Stories
Posted by Instructor & School Teacher : Julie on 7/22/2010 to Training Tips & Drills
| I was working with my beginner students on sparring segments. They don’t actually spar yet, they are learning timing, control, and distance|
Posted by Team Member: Diana on 7/21/2010 to Site News
|Ask and you shall receive!
Posted by Instructor & School Teacher : Julie on 7/13/2010 to Training Tips & Drills
|Our school has a couple of free-standing punching bags, but I’m always nervous my little martial artists will kick the hard plastic stands. |
Posted by Instructor & School Teacher : Julie on 7/12/2010 to Martial Arts Stories
|One of my Tiny Tiger boys had finally been promoted to green belt. At our school, this meant your first opportunity to wear all that fun, foamy sparring gear!