MARTIAL ARTS

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Jeff & Candice Ebert Modeling The Right Attitude Over the years, we have met many many families.  Some experience huge success in our Karate for Kids program and others not so much.    Regardless of a student’s personal ability or potential, it’s really the parents behind the scenes that truly make the difference. Lack of parental […]

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“Stress is an ignorant state.  It believes that everything is an emergency”.  Natalie Goldberg–Wild Mind As martial artists, we do everything we can to prepare for outside threats such as bullies, criminals and other people who would do us harm.  But here’s the irony: We have an equal chance of being harmed by a “hidden” […]

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October 2010 Student of the Month-Brittany Leckey Brittany was just nine years old when her brother started at KARATE FOR KIDS and she really wanted to do it, too.   From that simple beginning, she has trained steadily for eleven years and accomplished much: earned three levels of black belt competed in more than 60 regional, […]

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The Seven Benefits of  Karate for Kids Training Have you ever stopped to wonder why martial arts training is fast becoming the leading activity for kids?  And why thousands of families enroll their children in martial arts across the country each year?  The answer is simple.  Unlike most sports (which emphasizes winning games), Karate for […]

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Every day in every class we have a steady flow and students and PARENTS.  The waiting area is filled with interested, involved parents and often grandparents.  They’re not like most parents.  They go the extra mile for their kids.  I’ve given this a lot of thought.  Our Karate Kid parents really are special.  They’re different.  […]

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“As a kid, I would look into the window of a karate school where I lived. I knew I had no chance to do it when I was young.”

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Location: Student Union, Any University Time: Fall of any year Who: Two college students “What are you taking this semester?” “I finally finished those required math classes!  Now I get to take some core subject classes.  I’m taking 19th Century American Novels right now and in the spring, I’ll get to do a class in […]

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Over four years ago, Senior Master Babin did a demonstration at Queen of Peace school in Mesa.  It was like most other demos, except for a young 10-year-old girl watching, Leslee Eamiguel.  She was mesmerized. Leslee held on to the wish of learning martial arts for two years, then it became obvious to her parents […]

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“There is only one person you need to learn how to control” – Mr. Han (Jackie Chan in the Karate Kid) Have you seen the summer blockbuster “The Karate Kid” yet?  If not, I suggest you get out there and watch it!   It’s not just a fun and entertaining action movie.  Dig a little deeper […]

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“The ability to concentrate and to use your time well is everything if you want to succeed in business–or almost anywhere else for that matter.” — Lee Iacocca This month I want to pass along two  powerful strategies to help you reach your goals.  The first is called the S.M.A.R.T. approach to goal-setting.  S.M.A.R.T. stands […]

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