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Does Your Teenager Need Help Becoming Their Best Selves?

Does Your Teenager Need Help Becoming Their Best Selves?

Instead of giving into the moodiness and attitude, take them to our martial arts school instead!

Teenagers are smart and capable – but they can also be their own worst enemies. Between peer pressure, their innate urge to rebel against their parents, and their surging hormones, they can be impossible to be around. But all they need is an outlet for their frustrations – and an opportunity to learn how to be their best.

YOU HAVE A TEENAGER!

COULD THEY USE A LOT OF HELP
TEENAGER PARENTING REQUIRES PERSISTENCE & PATIENCE
LUCKILY THERE IS A VILLAGE TO SUPPORT YOU AND YOUR TEEN

Teens will test your sanity at the best of times. They need to build tools they’ll need to succeed now and later in life – and you need help from mentors and authority figures that can encourage them and hold them accountable. They need clear incentives to do what you want them to do, and it can feel utterly impossible to connect with them at their level.

Mixed martial arts helps teens overcome their problems and learn important lessons – life lessons that will empower and support them at home, in the classroom, and for the rest of their lives.

RAISING A TEENAGER REQUIRES PERSISTENCE & PATIENCE

TEENS BUILD CONFIDENCE WITH EVERY CLASS!

Teens who study martial arts learn to practice self-control and self-discipline with every lesson.

Our classes apply critical skills like discipline, respect, and persistence to practical skills. Students learn that respect for others – in and out of the dojo – starts with respect for themselves, their goals, and their integrity.

DISRESPECTFUL TEENS NEED SELF-RESPECT

Teens can be all attitude and no respect – a few even go out of their way to disrespect all authority figures. But for most teens, what they need is more self-respect.

Respect is a core discipline at the dojo – respect for rank, boundaries, training partners, and for themselves. Students must show their instructors and fellow students respect at all times, or face immediate–sometimes painful–consequences.

Teens become better martial artists as they learn to respect themselves, and others, too.

RESPECT THEMSELVES & OTHERS
DISCIPLINE TRANSLATES TO SCHOOL, HOME, & BEYOND
SELF-DISCIPLINE AT SCHOOL, HOME & BEYOND

When facing challenges at home and at school, teenagers tend to take the easy way out. Martial artists learn to discipline themselves in the pursuit of clearly defined goals – building a skill that will serve them into adulthood.

As they achieve clearly articulated goals in class, they can see the rewards of self-discipline applied to all kinds of situations.

MAKE SMART DECISIONS & BE A GOOD EXAMPLE

Teenagers are wired to make snap decisions based on emotions, without considering the possible consequences of such hasty choices. That may serve them in video games, but it can be problematic in the real world.

Martial arts demands that teens use their instincts to inform careful thought, strategy, and decision-making. They learn how to evaluate situations and make smart decisions instinctively.

Over time, good decision-making becomes ingrained and helps them become leaders in other areas of life, too.

LEARN HOW TO MAKE SMART DECISIONS

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MARTIAL ARTS HELPS TEENS FEEL GOOD ABOUT THEMSELVES

Teenagers can feel inadequate, sad, and lonely. They’re hard on themselves and can struggle with self-esteem.

Martial arts empowers kids — showing them they have the skills and capabilities they need to be successful – and they learn to feel good about their bodies and minds.

Physical and mental confidence helps build self-esteem and resilience in the face of life’s many challenges.

TEENS DESERVE TO FEEL GOOD ABOUT THEMSELVES

REAL PEOPLE SAY NICE THINGS ABOUT US!

Here’s one from a parent:

FAQS

Yes. Respect is the foundation of the dojo, and all students learn to respect the rules, themselves, their fellow students, and instructors.

First, head over to the Adult MMA page and get yourself signed up – parents need support, too!

Teens can have bad attitudes, but it’s often caused by a lack of self-respect and self-esteem. Mixed martial arts helps them focus and feel respected and rewarded for their achievements – and that translates to a better attitude off the mat.

Yes. Martial arts classes teach and then apply lessons to decisions in real time, so teens learn to prepare, think before they act, and react with consideration. That’s a skill that they’ll carry into school, and into challenging situations with peers.

Martial arts is about empowerment in the face of fear. Teens who study martial arts carry themselves with hard-earned strength and confidence, so they’re less likely to be targeted by bullies. And if necessary, they have the knowledge to protect themselves, and the sense of responsibility to keep themselves in check.

They might – but martial arts classes are fun, social, and martial artists are real life superheroes.

They may resist physical challenges, but partner drills, target games teens interested in what we teach, and keep them interested.

Yes. Martial arts students learn at their own pace, so that every belt they earn takes them one step closer to mastery. And it’s the great equalizer – anyone who puts in the work can become a black belt if they just stick with it long enough.

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