There are critical moments in the stages of martial arts training that most children will go through, including initial enthusiasm, followed by a decline of interest, which can ultimately lead to their premature quitting. Don’t worry, this is quite normal, but what can you do to help your child progress in Martial Arts, so they realize their full potential?
Little Champions + Juniors Buddy week runs from the 17th of August to the 21st of August. Bring a friend, Mum, Dad, brother or sister to train with you – any class, all week, for free! Show your family and friends where you train and give them a taste of what Premier Academy has to offer.
We have now reached a moment in Zen. Businesses are starting to open, people are starting to go back to work and there’s a buzz in the streets, as COVID-19 is slowly being conquered by Australia. So this gives rise to Happiness, and that’s what we’ll explore today – Happiness from the perspective of Martial Arts.
Today’s theme is Achievement and how training in the martial arts embody this concept and help you reach your personal achievement goals.
But what does Achievement mean?
The Oxford dictionary defines achievement as “a thing done successfully with effort, skill or courage”. That definition will sound very familiar to anyone involved in the martial arts. In fact, life’s greatest achievement is for the human spirit to rise up to make the most of the opportunities and the resources that are available to it