Frequently Asked Questions
Most frequent questions and answers
Do I have to compete?
No, Competition is not for everyone. In fact, the term “Sport Martial Arts” is a sort of oxymoron. Competition is an excellent way to promote a particular martial art and help it gain popularity with the public. Additionally, sportive martial arts allows a practitioner a way to balance realistic practice with safe everyday training. This sportive practice can be done in the school or in a public at large competitions. Although sportive practice has many benefits, they are sometimes overshadowed by ego and a typical sports-fan type behavior that is contrary to a good Martial Artist’s conduct; newbies can often be confused by this or turned in the wrong direction quickly.
Do you have a screening process?
All of our members start off on one of our trial memberships. This gives you and your family a better understanding of our programs, facility, values and culture. This also allows you to make sure that we are a good fit for your family, and vice versa.
What are the Benefits?
The Benefits of Martial Arts training for both children and adults are numerous! Heres a few:
– Improved ability to focus and concentrate
– Better grades in school
– More Self Confidence
– Higher Self Esteem
– Improved Physical Fitness
– Greater Body Awareness
– Become more responsible
– Ability to set and accomplish goals
– Excellent character development program
– and so much more!