The answer to this question depends on many variables that involve the students themselves individually. There has to be a balance in scheduling a student a exercising for health and safety reasons. Over working someone can be dangerous and can also have them quit before they really had a chance to hit stride. Under working someone can bore some to the point where their attention is diverted elsewhere. This also depends on whether the student is already in shape or not. Better Families will sit down with the student and help figure out what class schedule is ideal for the particular student.
For the most part three times a week is ideal for a student as it is a good start while not overwhelming at the same time. A good foundation is necessary for those students are not accustomed to Miami Tae Kwon or even exercising. It is important that a student works out at least three times a week in order to keep the both healthy and active. A body that is not active is at risk to be injured due to the shock the body receives from not exercising for a while to intense working out. An over trained student can just as easily be injured due to be weak from being so overworked. Injury can discourage a student enough for them to quit and not exercise at all. Once a student sets a good foundation with the Miami Tae Kwon Do exercising regimen they can then choose to add or lessen the days. Once a Better Families student sets a foundation they typically lessen the days in order to keep the body fresh while continuing with their everyday lives.
Better Families wants to keep their students healthy, motivated, and most of all enjoy themselves. The answer to this question would be to start off with three days a week, set a foundation, and then let the student decide the schedule for him or herself.