Instead of giving into the moodiness and attitude, take them to our martial arts school instead!
Teenagers are smart and capable -- but they can also be their own worst enemies. Between peer pressure, their innate urge to rebel against their parents, and their surging hormones, they can be impossible to be around. But all they need is an outlet for their frustrations – and an opportunity to learn how to be their best.
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It can test your sanity even at the best of times. Yet, you want the best for your teenager. You want them to have the tools they need to succeed now and later in life – and you’d like that to happen without having to pull out all your hair in the process. Getting them to do anything you want them to do can feel utterly impossible, and you’re not sure where to start.
Studying martial arts helps kids learn how to overcome their problems and learn important lessons – the kind of lessons that will follow them to your home, to the classroom, and for the rest of their lives.
Teenagers who study martial arts learn the benefits of self-control and discipline with every lesson. Our classes emphasize core values like discipline, respect, and persistence. Students learn that the way they treat others – in and out of the dojo – reflects on them as people and affects their ability to achieve their goals.
Teenagers tend to take the easy way out when presented with challenges at home and at school.
Martial arts classes teach teenagers to discipline themselves in the pursuit of desired goals.
As they achieve their goals, they learn to appreciate the role that discipline played in getting them there.
It might seem like your teenager would happily spend all day sitting on the couch playing video games or posting on social media.
The electronics epidemic might be a good thing in many ways, but teenagers still need physical activity to stay fit and healthy.
Martial arts classes provide teens with challenging workouts in a fun, social setting that rivals any video game.
As adults, we sometimes dismiss the idea that kids experience stress – but the truth is that teenagers deal with stress every day.
Peer pressure, grades, and college applications, combined with hormones and interpersonal issues, can add up to a huge stress load for modern teenagers.
Martial arts classes give kids a positive and healthy outlet for the stress, helping them to keep anxiety under control.
Villari's provides a structured training system to teach how to avoid situations that produce negative outcomes. What's more, we'll develop the confidence that is central to making good decisions in life. We provide the perfect curriculum to develop great decision making skills so they are prepared to enter the adult world.
With mobile technology at an all-time high, teens often miss out on the physical fitness that is important to their overall health. Our classes are taught with fun curriculum which motives students to want to train. Your son or daughter will be excited about attending their next class!
Teen who bully their peers often do so because they lack self-esteem and they don’t know what to do with the fear, anger, and aggression.
Martial arts instruction helps teens corral their aggression and channel it into something positive. It teaches them that violence and unkindness are not the answer to their problems.
In our martial arts school, all students must respect their instructors and one another. As aggressive teens learn to respect themselves and others, they no longer feel the need to bully.
Bullying is a huge problem in high schools around the country, and if your child is being bullied, you know that something needs to change.
Studying martial arts helps teens respect themselves, make the most of their natural talents and capabilities, and carry themselves with strength.
Ultimately, kids who feel good about themselves are less likely to be bullied than kids who don’t.
Teens sometimes seem to be all attitude and no respect – in fact, it can seem like they go out of the way to disrespect all authority figures.
In our martial arts school, respect is a core discipline. Students must treat their instructor and fellow students with respect at all times.
Ultimately, teens who study martial arts learn that when they respect themselves, others will respect them, too.
Yes. Respect is a core value in our martial arts school, and all students learn to respect their instructors, fellow students, and their parents.
Teenagers often have bad attitudes, but the root of it is often a lack of self-respect and self-esteem. Studying martial arts helps them focus and feel good about themselves – and that translates to a better attitude outside the martial arts school, too.
Yes. Martial arts classes require teens to learn and then apply lessons to decisions in real time in our martial arts school. That’s a skill that they will carry with them everywhere they go.
Yes. Martial arts instruction builds strength, flexibility, and control. We teach basic self-defense moves that any teen can use to defend themselves if they need to.
Teens who want to excel in martial arts must make a commitment to continued study. We can’t guarantee that your teen will stick to it, but we can tell you that our instructors encourage persistence and teach teens that they can’t achieve their goals if they give up.
No. Martial arts classes don’t encourage aggression. They teach kids to control their anger and to respect everybody – and those things can help them curb their aggression and find a positive outlet for it.