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What do your kids need out of Martial Arts Training?

If you're looking for Martial Arts Training and have only just begun, here are a few things to keep in mind as you endlessly come across "We are the Best!" or "We are #1 Martial Arts School".

First have a look at your goals. If you want your child or children to learn ACTUAL COMBATIVE SKILLS , actually train physically with people and not pads, learn how to make EFFECTIVE CONTACT with another person rather than learn touch contact and touch sparring, then you can RULE OUT anything that is Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Akido, Kung Fu or any traditional belt driven long contract Martial Arts facility.

The reasons: It's just not their focus - NO MATTER WHAT THEY SAY to convince you otherwise. Not much has changed in the traditional Martial Arts and how they deliver results in a very, very long time. For example, many styles have a version of a 'Horse Stance". Nothing wrong with that, length strengthening, mind over matter time training, all good. But it was designed to build the muscles in your legs to fight on a horse with no saddle as back in ancient times. I don't see a lot of need for learning horse fighting skills at the moment.

If you are looking for simply a good environment, have fun, learn some technique that is more related to forms and dance than fighting of self defense, enjoy the relationships you will develop and gain the confidence that a certificate will provide, then really any place will serve your needs.

However, if you are looking for the PHYSICAL CONFIDENCE that will be effective in bullying incidences, PROVEN, tried and practiced skill sets, along with all the fun, relationship and, in an ACTIVE environment, then you really must experience Point Blank Martial Arts.

Visit our website and sign up for your FREE LESSON today and see the difference is we can make with your kids.


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