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Children / Teens - 7-10 year olds


Samurai Warriors "Core" SKILLZ Program:


OUR PROGRAM

  • Our Samurai Warriors Core SKILLZ Program was specifically designed to target the stages of development of 7 to 10 year olds.  The curriculum in the Samurai Warriors Core SKILLZ Program includes years of research and development proven effective for this age group.  Our goal for the Samurai Warriors is to maximise the effectiveness of each participants training with valuable lessons that will enhance their life.
  • The Samurai Warriors Core SKILLZ Program is a preliminary Martial Arts training course that focuses on building 7 to 10 year oolds capabilities; physically, emotionally, socially and intellectually.  We call this program "Core" SKILLZ because it will help each child properly develop the core skills they are currently acquiring at this age.  We are confident in what our program can do for your child.
  • Children this age are in a unique growth period in their life.  They are refined in their gross motor skills, while establishing a foundation in core skills development.  These core skills include:  agility, technique, courage, flexibility, intensity, perseverance, speed and concentration  In any other sports activity, all of these 8 skills are important to have.  The more exposure to proper development in each of these skills, the better your child will be.  For this reason, we have tailored a 9-level training course that increases the intensity of each skill at every level.
  • In the Samurai Warriors Core SKILLZ Program, your child will train in an environment that is right for them.  They will train with other children in their age ground, and not have to be limited or overwhelmed by younger and older children.  Each class will accommodate every student's skills and abilities in a way that is not overly demanding or intimidating.  That means more age-specific instruction with better results.  We guarantee it!

 

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First Martial Arts Lesson with Roland Osborne from Hyper Martial Arts on Vimeo.