In a recent survey, Venture Martial Arts students and their families were asked what qualities our schools have instilled in themselves or their family members. The data was clear: Venture Martial Arts training leads to more than physical benefits.
- 80% of survey participants noted confidence and perseverance as being top qualities learned.
- 65% said respect and focus.
- 50% reported self-discipline.
The benefits from martial arts training can be life-changing.
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Martial arts training has many physical benefits, including enhanced strength, balance and flexibility. However, the benefits from martial arts training go far beyond the physical. Some of the benefits our families have experienced include:
Healthy channeling of energy: Like adults, children and teens need relief from stress and a way to channel their energy. Oftentimes, younger minds don’t know how to do so in a healthy manner. That’s where martial arts comes in. Martial arts provides a structured, controlled environment that challenges both the mind and body, allowing the opportunity to relieve stress, energy and a frustration in an appropriate setting.
Aid in anger management: Martial arts can aid in anger management in a variety of ways. Beyond the obvious energy exertion, martial arts also incorporates breathing and focusing techniques. Those techniques allow students to practice staying calm and concentrated, regardless of hectic surroundings or irritating situations.
Boost self-esteem and confidence: While martial arts can be quite challenging, overcoming those challenges leads to great rewards. The desire and motivation to overcome the physical and mental obstacles presented in training give students the boost they need to conquer their fears, learn new skills and gain a sense of accomplishment that can’t be found in other physical practices.