Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Molding Children With An Unexpected Art

Many parents don’t realize all the psychological advantages their kids could have when they’re exposed at an early age to art. Now, there is an art that can enhance a child’s both mental and physical strength, and it has been right under the noses of parents for the longest time. This is martial arts.

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Having kids train in martial arts at a young age passes on teachings that have served countless other children from previous generations, and have molded them into exemplary individuals. Invaluable qualities such as discipline and patience are instilled in a child. They are instructed to stay still, and to move only when told to. They have to listen to everything their masters say. And they need to do this in order to reach the next level, and earn that next belt.

Other priceless values children learn from martial arts are self-confidence and a healthy respect for themselves and other human beings. They get self-confidence when they achieve a higher ranking in their respective arts. And when they know the hardships they, and their peers have to endure, they develop a camaraderie with each other. They recognize each other’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as accomplishments. Children form bonds not just with other kids, with their instructors.

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Joseph Cianciotto is a digital media executive who stresses the importance of balancing work and spending quality time with the family. Learn more about family-oriented activities by visiting thispage.

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