Better Families Through Tae Kwon Do training is more than a helpful way to get everyone away from electronic devices. Here are our 5 key points to help you understand the benefits of Tae Kwon Do.
The school is a place that commands respect, focus, and honor.
In many martial arts traditions, students of all ages show respect to one and other and their instructor often by bowing.Â This gesture is like shaking hands. Such a simple motion sets the tone to molded the new habit. It serves as a reminder to everyone that our school demand focus, respect, and self-discipline â€“ all things that qualify as excellent life skills.
At Better Families Through Tae Kwon Do a character of honor and mutual respect are instructions that permeates the atmosphere. Students catch it quickly and many parents note a positive character development at home once their child begins practicing Tae Kwon Do.
Like many other sports, students at Better Families often set measurable personal goals.
Many Tae Kwon Do, Karate and Martial Arts classes uses colored belt system for ranking. Each belt represents a certain level of proficiency and experience. It is customary an evaluation or examination to obtain the next belt rank. Seeing other students wearing higher-ranking belts often inspire students to strive for the next belt level.
Not only does ranking fuel a new level of excitement. The physical demands of Tae Kwon Do also develop the mental quality of willpower. Whether engaging in group conditioning, sparring, pad training, self-defense with a classmate, students quickly learn to force themselves to work harder than ever before and to never give up.
One of the benefits of Better Families program is that progress is individual and measure by stripes in their belt. Student can see themselves getting stronger, faster and more flexible; in the same token, they can see themselves one step closer to the new belt level and one step closer to Black Belt.
Our location in South Miami also emphasize â€œMental Progressâ€ with our â€œMatChatâ€. This is where we teach mental qualities to help our students form character trades to succeed in life.
You probably ask yourselfâ€¦ What Martial Arts should I choose? There are many styles you can choose from. Hapkido, Tae Kwon Do, Karate, Jut-Jitsu, Kung-Fu, MMA, just to mention a few. This are only a tool. Look further, look for that school that teaches mutual respect, confidence, academic achievement, discipline, self-control. Look for a school that will help you believe in yourself.
By attending Better Families Through Tae Kwon Do classes you’ll become accustomed to direction and structure. In this environment you have to pay attention to the task at hand and keep your mind focus.
It’s also crucial to realize that achieving your Tae Kwon Do goals depends on you. No one else can do it for you. This promotes self-reliance and independence!
You’re the one who needs to put in the work to improve and grow. To be your best, you need to be dedicated and put in the required effort.
As you progress you’ll gain self-discipline that will be beneficial in every other aspect of your life as well.
Better Families challenge students in useful ways.
In our school, students will receive a structured, well-rounded education in physical fitness, mental alertness, humility, and respectful social interaction. They will also gain confidence to face an increasingly scary world with a desire to avoid trouble – and with the ability to deal with it if the need arises.
Also, they will be challenged to dedicate themselves to press on in their pursuit of the next level of achievement. Whether it is passing a hands-on test while the studentâ€™s instructor grades them or demonstrating proficiency to graduate to the next belt color, students learn to stick it out even when itâ€™s hard.
No experience necessary
As you can see, training at Better Families will enhance your family values and strengthen your mind and your body. Experience is not necessary plus we promise it will be fun and safe.