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Kids Martial Arts Classes:

The best decision you will make for your child!

Enroll your child in martial arts classes and discover the amazing benefits they will experience in all aspects of their lives!

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PARENTS EVERYWHERE ARE ASTONISHED BY THE IMPACT MARTIAL ARTS CLASSES IN Fredericksburg ARE HAVING ON THEIR CHILD!

You might naturally associate martial arts with hollywood stunts and kicks and punches, but the self defense aspect of Martial Arts is just a part of it. Sure, children that learn Martial Arts develop the confidence to know that if they are being bullied, they have skills to defend themselves, but the truth is that the real skills we teach are how to defuse situations with words before they ever escalate to a physical level.
 

We teach Children to focus, and in this age of distractions and sensory overload, this is a skill that shows immediate results in their academic work. 

 

Martial arts actually help teach self-discipline and socialization skills. In fact, many parents whose children have attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) report great success with these programs because self-control and concentration are exactly the skills underdeveloped in ADHD kids.


And did we mention Martial Arts are FUN!
 

Consider these benefits of Martial Arts when enrolling your child:
 

• Fostering self-discipline

• Boosting socialization skills

• Encouraging physical activity

• Learning to set and achieve goals

• Increased self-esteem

• Instilling a sense of respect

• Encouraging non-violent conflict resolution

• Improving listening skills

• Developing teamwork skills

• Improvement in other areas of life


What does "improvement in other areas of life" mean? It can mean a lot of things such as getting better grades in school, knowing how to use anti-bullying programs to prevent violence amongst peers, or simply the appreciation that comes from learning a difficult skill.

Perhaps most importantly, students learn that physical activity is a healthy way to have fun. With health problems like diabetes and obesity afflicting younger people more often, parents should take steps to help their children avoid similar issues. Children's martial arts gives them a fun way to exercise, learn crucial life lessons, and develop a sense of self-reliance.

At Our Martial Arts School we Teach the Same Values You Teach at Home.

"I can not thank Chuck and the W2W team enough. We have 3 boys that struggle with ADHD. W2W has been a life saver. They work out my boys 3 times a week. They encourage them to do well in school. They promote team and family relationships. They build trust and confidence through competition. I could go on and on. We have done other martial arts and this place is hands down the best we have seen. My boys even made their school wrestling team and did very well. My oldest was undefeated this year! Thank you W2W!"


KATHY PASKEVICIUS RAU

Pee Wee Judo (4-6)

For students that are 4 to 6 years of age, the class focuses primarily on developing the most fundamental skills that young students require to effectively learn Judo. This is a fun-filled class designed to teach the kids through games and quick-changing drills.

 

Examples of fundamental skills learned are: basic coordination, balance, hand-eye and foot-eye coordination and spatial awareness. Basic hold-downs, falling, and throwing techniques are taught in this class. This class includes a few rounds of sparring on the ground for hold-down.

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4-6 Yrs

Starting out and having fun in Judo

Junior Kids Judo (7-9)

For students that are 7 to 9 years of age, the class focuses primarily on developing the most fundamental skills that young students require to effectively learn Judo. This is a fun-filled class designed to teach the kids through games and quick-changing drills.

Seven to nine-year olds are what most people consider "the golden age." They are proficient in their vocabulary and problem-solving skills, yet they are not at the age where they want complete independence from adults.  The problem we discovered is they still lack core skills, and although they are highly intelligent, they struggle to keep up with students ages 10 and up. The solution we found is to provide them with their own program that targets their stage of development in a manner that adapts to their adventurous attitude and youthful nature while at the same time building skills that set them up for success. 

Examples of fundamental skills learned are: basic coordination, balance, hand-eye and foot-eye coordination and spatial awareness. Basic hold-downs, falling, and throwing techniques are taught in this class. This class includes a few rounds of sparring on the ground for hold-down.

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7-9 Yrs

Starting out and having fun in Judo

Pre-Teen / Teen

Our philosophy with students this young is that any activity must be fun and interesting for the child or they won’t absorb what they learn. The kids will get used to listening to the instructors and following along with the class. Students are taught skill-sets in small pieces with games built around them, so that the kids absorb the skills quickly and permanently. We have two big rules we try to get across to the kids. We tell our students to “Try your best,” especially on things they feel they’re not good at, as it’s the only way they’ll improve. Our other rule is to “Have fun.” With these ideas in mind, we hope to see all kids set down the proper path to learn Judo and have fun practicing it for the rest of their lives.

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10-17 Yrs

Set and achieve goals

Increased focus

Increased discipline

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"World class coaching and great family environment! This is one of the best programs in the country."

SERGE BOUYSSOU