The typical student that begins karate training is somewhat subdued, quiet, and often timid. These are not the traits of confidence. This is normal for most because they are trying something new and unknown. There are new people, strange clothing, and uncomfortable exercises. Every student progresses at a different pace within their confidence and in a new student this can be challenging as they may lack the respect of what they are learning. Many traits are mistaken for confidence and it is important to understand that being outgoing is not the same as being confident.
Benefits of improved CONFIDENCE
– Enjoys challenges
– Positive attitude
– Improved grades
– Better posture and body language
The 10 fundamental skills are:
The purpose of the focus curriculum is to teach the child how to focus ...
The purpose of the teamwork curriculum is to teach the child how to cooperate ...
The purpose of the control curriculum is to teach the child how to have control ...
The purpose of the balance curriculum is to help the child master the skill of balance ...
The purpose of the memory/concentration curriculum is to have students gain ...
The purpose of the discipline curriculum is to positively reinforce the importance
The purpose of the fitness curriculum is to expose the child to exercises and activities ...
The purpose of the coordination curriculum is to teach the child their left from right ...
One’s personal safety should not be equated with one’s ability to fight.