No one wants to see their child bullied or raise a child who bullies others. The best defense against bullying starts with awareness and an open dialogue between parents and children. Follow the link for more info! http://ow.ly/N5DZf
Tips: Don't sit when you can stand, you must heard it before, too much sedentary behavior is bad for your heart, your brain, and yes, your waistline. Turning some of that sitting time into standing time (or, better yet, fidgeting, walking, or working-out time) will help you burn more calories.
Martial arts has been associated with a negative stigma of being harmful, dangerous, and a training tool for future bullies. On the contrary, many traditional martial arts programs teach humility and respect for all people as part of their curriculum.
Lonely kids are more likely to be bullied. Remember, parenting is 90% connection, a close relationship with your child and only 10% guidance. The guidance won't stick unless you have the relationship to support it, and will just drive your child away. Keep those lines of communication open, no matter what.
Most of us work and live out of control at least to some degree. Do you know on the mental level, martial arts can teach stress management, improve concentration, and increase willpower? Get started today!
Tips: How to avoid cyber-bullying. Learning how to stay safe online is crucial in this day and age, and it’s information that can help your child their whole life long. Highlighting the importance of protecting passwords, logging out of online accounts, using good judgment when sharing photos and using privacy controls are just a few of the common sense measures.
Students leave martial arts training with the proper confidence and training to fully explore the world, meet new people and stand self-assuredly when protecting themselves and their family. Refer a friend today!