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Master Yuncza Inducted into Hall of Fame

February 4, 2014

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Febuary 4, 2013

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Teen Karate (Ages 13+)

There are many reasons why teens participate in Martial Arts training. It is a great way to get in shape and maintain a sound physical fitness regimen. It also is an excellent way for you to gain the proper self-defense skills that every person should have in today’s society. The benefit of knowing how to ensure your safety in any given situation gives you a sense of control and empowerment over everything you do in your daily life.

Specifics: This training system is effective for teens, no matter what the fitness level or age. It teaches the basic fundamentals of self-defense while providing a strong cardiovascular workout. The high level of personal challenge also aids in relieving stress and tension.

Benefits: The physical and personal benefits of this system can help teens:

  • Relieve tension
  • Develop a new enthusiasm for life
  • Get and stay in shape
  • Increase stamina
  • Lose weight
  • Reduce stress
  • Gain confidence
  • Improve coordination
  • Spend time with your friends and family when everyone trains together.

Teaching Concept: E.Y. Martial Arts & Self-Defense Concepts is a lifetime learning concept based on centuries old martial arts.

A further word about martial arts training for teens.....

A common parental concern is that martial arts will encourage violence and aggression. The opposite is true. Through consistent training, teens will quickly discover an inner confidence and strength which enables them to move beyond the need to prove themselves physically. Patience and tolerance replace anger and frustration, giving the the child the courage to walk away.

Martial arts training takes physical aggression and redirects it in a positive and constructive manner tempered with strict discipline and control. Parents are excited to see the self-discipline, focus control and increased concentration carry over into everyday life.

The physical, mental, emotional and developmental benefits provided by martial arts training are unparalleled. No other single activity will provide your child with all the benefits martial arts has to offer. It's no wonder that so many doctors and educators recommend martial arts training for teens.

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