Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Super Fun Little Ninja's Program

The Super Fun Little Ninja's Program by Bruce McCorry's Martial Arts
Written by: Master McCorry

                                      "I WON"
You may have sat and watched a martial arts movie for instance the "Three
Ninja Kids", "Ninja Turtles", or "Karate Kid" and thought maybe those are just
movie stunts. The truth is the actual training of martial arts for kids can
actually enable your kids to do such moves. In a culture that seems to
venerate violence in almost everything from video games to music, and also
in television shows and movies, most parents would regard enrolling a child
in a martial arts academy as a bad idea. However, martial arts is not all
about violence and fighting, this sport has a number of benefits to your
children and it's fun. These benefits range from the physical aspect of
life to mental development, and also the social aspect. It's also and
all-round form of exercise. 

This is how your child will benefit from the Little Ninjas' Program by Bruce McCorry’s Martial Arts Academy;

They Will Learn the Basics of Martial Arts
Martial arts is made of simple to complex moves and techniques. Some of these moves must be taught at a tender age for perfection. It should be understood that learning the basics of martial arts at a tender age is vital to the growth and development of your child as it will help your kid develop physically and mentally upright. A good example here is Jackie Chan the famous movie actor. He learned martial arts at a tender age and he gained immense prowess in the sport and went a head to become a renowned martial arts master and actor.  

They Will Develop Self Confidence
Martial arts is not just about physical prowess; this sport also helps in developing the mind as well as helps in nurturing self confidence among children. Kids who practice martial arts are daredevils and they have no fear in doing what they perceive to be right. They make crazy moves and are very alert when it comes to their environment. This means that in-case of any danger, they know what to do and when in any particular moment. Unlike kids with no martial arts experience who would be scared of dangerous situations, the Bruce McCorry's Martial Arts Little Ninjas Program can surprise you with their progression and capabilities in little time. They Will Learn Essential Motor Skills Kids are known to be very creative and eager to learn anything that comes their way. It is because of this known fact, Bruce McCorry’s Martial Arts Academy began the Little Ninjas Program. Martial arts for kids helps in molding and instilling essential virtues in kids. For example, a martial arts discipline like Tai Chi, whereby a child is taught about the power of concentration and how this power can make you do something you thought, impossible. As they grow into adults they are well aware of their capabilities as adults and they become very responsible when it comes to life saving techniques, and in life in general. Kids learn skills that can be applied outside of the academy and in life; they reason better and have high concentration capabilities. These are key attritbutes that are very important when it comes to class work as well as in real life.

In summary, martial arts is exciting, fun and very beneficial for your kids. According to most martial arts professionals, there's really no bad martial arts for your kids, only poor instructors. Therefore, when choosing a martial art facility, or academy for your children, ensure that it is run by professionals. Bruce McCorry’s Martial Arts Academy (Peabody Ma) has been training kids since 1978. It's rated one of the best in the US. The trainers here are the highest level of experienced professionals in the area and understand the needs of each child they train. As a parent, you don't have to worry about your child leaning anything dangerous or being exposed to violence.  

Call today and schedule a free trial, no obligation lesson and see
first hand, Bruce McCorry's Martial Arts Academy is your best choice.
(978) 535-7878  

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