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  • 5 Reason Kids Should Do Martial Arts

    Here is an article from our friends at Dojo App about the benefits of martial arts for kids. Check it out! 1. It helps them make new friends. The bond between martial artists is stronger than most other sports. Martial arts are physical, and they require physical confrontation. When confronted with someone of similar size, strength, and skill, students develop a sense of respect for one another. They realize they are capable, and so are others. Out of healthy respect for themselves and others, long-lasting and rewarding relationships develop. 2. They will learn better human relation skills. During martial arts training, students need to learn the concept of physical space, ....

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  • 5 Ways Martial Arts Help Kids Succeed in School

    Below are 5 ways that martial arts can help your kid's transition to this school year, which also apply to daily life, in and out of the dojo. Their teachers will notice the benefits of karate in their lives.
    1. Responsibility
    . Homework, projects, attendance, conferences, are all things that might not be of at the top of our to-do lists, but we have to do them anyway. We have to show up, get it done, and try our best. Parents demonstrating responsibility, teaches kids that we expect them to be accountable too, we are setting them up for success in school and eventually in employment. Quitting karate or other activities when school starts, sends the message that quitting is an ....

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  • Why do we break boards?

    What is the point of breaking a board? To a child, a wooden board appears unbreakable
    ...sturdy as steel. Thus, when a child punches or kicks through a piece of of wood, they realize that nothing is impossible!
    They learn the proper mindset
    allows them to reach their full potential
    . Board breaking demonstrates the purpose of martial arts. Decades from now, when your children are adults, they may not train martial arts anymore, but the lessons will still be with them. ....

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  • The 10 Lessons of Grandmaster Itosu: Revisiting Karate’s Most Valuable Historical Essay

    The 10 Lessons of Grandmaster Itosu: Revisiting Karate’s Most Valuable Historical Essay By Jesse Enkamp People keep e-mailing me on how to learn more about the history of Karate. They’re lost. And I totally understand them.
    The vastness of historical Karate information online is baffling to say the least. To the uninitiated, finding valuable Karate info on the interwebz could be likened to finding the metaphorical needle in the haystack. You need to literally wade through tons of forums, message boards and questionable Wikipedia articles to find one ounce of new, verifiable, historical Karate knowledge that can take you further in your quest for ....

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  • Why Some Kids Try Harder and Some Kids Give Up

    Why Some Kids Try Harder and Some Kids Give Up

    My toddler struggled to buckle the straps on her high chair. “Almost,” she muttered as she tried again and again. “Almost,” I agreed, trying not to hover. When she got it, I exclaimed, “You did it! It was hard, but you kept trying, and you did it. I’m so proud of you.” The way I praised her effort took a little effort on my part. If I hadn’t known better, I might have just said, “Clever girl!” (Or even “Here, let me help you with that.”) What’s so bad about that? Stanford researcher Carol Dweck has been studying motivation and perseverance since the 1960s. And she found that children fall into one ....

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  • Why Some Kids Try Harder and Some Kids Give Up

    Why Some Kids Try Harder and Some Kids Give Up

    My toddler struggled to buckle the straps on her high chair. “Almost,” she muttered as she tried again and again. “Almost,” I agreed, trying not to hover. When she got it, I exclaimed, “You did it! It was hard, but you kept trying, and you did it. I’m so proud of you.” The way I praised her effort took a little effort on my part. If I hadn’t known better, I might have just said, “Clever girl!” (Or even “Here, let me help you with that.”) What’s so bad about that? Stanford researcher Carol Dweck has been studying motivation and perseverance since the 1960s. And she found that children fall into one ....

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  • Be a Black Belt Karate Parent

    πŸ‘Š πŸ‘Š πŸ‘Š Here are three easy tips for being a good Karate Parent! βœ… 1. Define your core values as a family. Know the "why" to why you are in martial arts. βœ… 2. Team up with your instructors. Together, our values can run parallel, and we can make a real impact on the development of your child, and our students. βœ… 3. Be a "Good Finder"! The instructors job is to coach and teach. Parents jobs are to support, help to instill confidence and to facilitate happiness! 1 - 2 - 3 - I N F I N I T Y ! ! ! Check out the video from Mr. Welch at Infinity Martial Arts Middleton for more coaching and details on the being a great karate parent for your kids! ....

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  • Join Us For The Best Kids Martial Arts In The Greater Madison Area!


    Welcome To Our New Website! We’re Proud To Serve The Greater Madison Area with Kids Martial Arts!
    At Infinity Martial Arts , we are working hard to go above and beyond for every person who walks through our doors. And you could be next! We are offering the Greater Madison Area a hands-on approach to Kids Martial Arts. And you don’t need any prior experience to succeed! Come visit us at Infinity Martial Arts and see for yourself what makes us the best Kids Martial Arts facility in town. Just fill out the "Request Information" form on the side of the page and stop in for a visit today! And don't forget to click below to visit us on our social media pages!! ....

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