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Traverse City Kids Martial Arts - Alive And Well In 2014

Traverse City Kids Martial Arts is more popular than ever. Toddlers, preschoolers, children and teens are training in martial arts in Traverse City, more than ever. In fact, Traverse City Kids Martial Arts has become the number one after school activity for many Northern Michigan families for all the right reasons.

Traverse City Kids Martial Arts Teaches Invaluable Life Skills

Martial arts such as Taekwondo (a.k.a. Korean Karate) teaches a child powerful life lessons:

  1. Courtesy - Martial arts embues Traverse City kids with the idea that they need to be nice to others all the time, not just when things are going their way.

  2. Self Control - Taekwondo students at the Seung-ni Martial Arts Academy in Traverse City learn that they should never lose their temper.

  3. Integrity - Traverse City Karate instills the integral concept in kids that they should be honest and accept responsibility for their actions.

  4. Perseverance - When life gets tough, too many Traverse City kids quit. Martial arts training helps them learn to never give up when working toward an important goal.

  5. Indomitable Spirit - Seung-ni Martial Arts kids come to have unshakeable self confidence.

Traverse City Kids Doing Korean Karate Get Fit

Seung-ni Martial Arts Academy classes for children are non-stop action. Jumping, kicking, punching, breaking boards, vaulting, tumbling, stretching, sits up, push ups - every training session makes the young martial artists into better athletes. In addition to increasing strength and cardio martial arts training also reinforces on Traverse City kids that they should always eat healthy and exercise to keep balance. This type of balance is crucial for positively handling stress and adversity later on in life.

Martial Arts Builds Traverse City Kids' Self Esteem

Young students come to the Seung-ni Martial Arts Academy for many reasons. But regardless of what encouraged them to start they all reap the same benefit of more self confidence. Confidence can only come from achievement. Achievement comes from setting objectives, working toward those objectives and after hard work realizing the desired goal. Kids too often in Traverse City get in the habit of quitting when the going gets rough. They lack grit. Earning Karate belts, winning Karate trophies and going thru Karate leadership training teaches kids that they feel strong inside when they follow through and don't quit.

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