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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

From loveisrespect.org: Studies show one in three high school students experience physical and/or sexual violence that is perpetrated by someone they are dating or going out with. 1 A startling 43 percent of dating college women and 28 percent of college men say… Continue Reading →

Negativity Free Zone

I’ve realized something in the past few years, but haven’t spoken out about it, until now…  With the growth of the internet and social media, it’s become easier and easier for people to anonymously post critiques.  Now, that’s not news… Continue Reading →

No class tonight, Monday, 11/26/2018…

Roads are too icy to chance, especially pulling a trailer full of mats. Stay home tonight, but practice with the Youtube videos on your curriculum.

Problems With Some Teachers Now Days

Normally, I prefer to write articles from a more “positive” mindset instead of looking at the negatives. However, sometimes it can be just as effective (if not more so) to learn what NOT to do… Teachers who know it all…. Continue Reading →

Martial Arts Effect on Children’s Health?

Dave Kovar wrote in MA Success Magazine: “For children to be healthy and to have their bodies develop correctly, they need to perform natural movements like jumping, running, climbing, falling, and rolling on a regular basis. Martial arts training emphasizes… Continue Reading →

Will Martial Arts Make My Child More Violent?

“It’s amazing how often you might hear parents state that they’d like to get their child involved in martial arts, but they don’t want them to become violent. In almost every case, the reverse is true. Martial Arts does not… Continue Reading →

Do You Recommend Martial Arts for Girls?

Of course!!  Girls, in general, have such good focus that they learn extremely fast.  While it may look more one-sided in some academies, the reality is that nearly half of all children training across the world in martial arts are… Continue Reading →

Can Martial Arts Help Children Excel in Other Sports?

Short answer is “Yes!!” Many collegiate & professional athletes cross-train in martial arts, especially in their off season. Martial arts, in general, is great to work balance, coordination, focus, and fitness, among many other traits. I’ve even been lucky enough… Continue Reading →

How can Martial Arts teach me (or my child) Respect?

Respect is EARNED, not given. It’s our goal at Ninja Fit to teach students HOW to show respect so that it’s more likely to be shown in return. Showing respect can come in many forms: Respecting yourself can be shown… Continue Reading →

Teaching Martial Arts – Raise Your Expectations

When teaching anything, if you want quality students, you must “inspect what you expect”. Over my years of experience in the martial arts and in other fields, I’ve witnessed many different styles of teacher. In my experience, one thing reigns… Continue Reading →

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