Getting Kids into Jiu Jitsu this Summer
Keeping your kids active and healthy during summer has always been a challenge for most parents. Gracie Barra has the right program for you. Getting them in a martial arts program with Gracie Barra will not only keep them healthy during this summer break, but also will definitely benefit from our Bully Proof program, techniques and self defense, and a learning structure for kids to learn discipline.
Have we mentioned that kids love being in a gi? Here are some things to know about Gracie Barra Jiu Jitsu
Jiu Jitsu is a safe form of Martial Arts
Having the moniker the gentle art, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is becoming one of the fastest growing martial art form in world. In Jiu Jitsu, there no strikes, no punches, no knees, or kicks. Kids will benefit from this platform because of the low impact, non-violent curriculum that Gracie Barra has put in place for everyone to enjoy. Jiu Jitsu is definitely for everyone.
Making New Friends Is Easy
As a family, we value camaraderie and friendship. We have kids joining from all walks of life, from newbies to our regular enrollees in the summer camp. We push and promote a friendly environment which we believe fosters the best learning experience for your child.
Kids Need New Structure and Goal
Former US secretary of State Collin Powell stresses the need for kids to have a structure. He believes that with the right structure from the home to places of learning, kids will grow up to be successful and responsible members of our community. Gracie Barra do exactly that. By learning how to understand instruction, kids develop a sense of respect, responsibility and accountability as they grow up.
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Jiu Jitsu discriminates no one. Anyone who wishes to learn can learn it. It can also provide a way to connect with your kid. Being into same thing as with your kids can definitely strengthen the bond between parent and child.
We have had a lot of success stories of families training together. We believe that a family that trains together, stays together.
Kids Will Have Tangible Achievements
Getting promoted with a new stripe, or just simply learning something new is an achievement. Learning to persist on learning is definitely a big achievement. Getting them into Jiu Jitsu can will give them something that they can bring along in life, and something solid to be proud of.