Mixed Martial Arts Teaches Kids Discipline and Self Confidence
Kids who train in Mixed Martial Arts learn the value of being a disciplined student on the mats. Training 2-3 times per week with consistent evaluation and testing requires students to follow a regimen of healthy eating and exercise. This discipline carries over into their schoolwork and their home lives. Student of Jiu-jitsu and MMA tend to earn higher grades and have less problems at home. As a student of MMA, Jiu-jitsu, Muay Thai…etc. hard work and overcoming the daily challenges of training require improved disciplined over time. As a student improves his/her skillset, the demands of practice will increase. While this type of training can be intense, the confidence level of martial arts students will eventually soar so long as the students don’t quit!
Mixed Martial Arts Is the most realistic form of self defense
When it comes to learning realistic self defense techniques, MMA has proven itself as perhaps the most effective of all of the martial arts. Because it blends Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, Muay Thai, grappling and striking, students of MMA are well versed in all self defense situations. But it is highly unlikely that a student of MMA and Jiu-jitsu will ever need to use this skillset in a self defense situation. Martial Arts students become very confident as the years go on. This confidence leads to developing traits that bully’s stay clear from. Keeping an upright posture, making eye contact, speaking loudly and clearly and smiling are all traits of black belts. Martial Artist’s are are . also known for standing up for others in times of need. These leadership qualities are contagious and that’s why so many students have friends who train with them.
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