At CJ Martial Arts & Fitness we understand the need for kids to have discipline,respect, sportsmanship, self control and self confidence while learning self-defense skills.Our youth programs offer a unique way to maintain a child’s interest; at the same time, helping them to develop valuable life skills and improve mental, physical and cognitive development. Our Youth program focuses on basic kickboxing and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training, offering clear goals as they progress through our level ranking system. youth classes are age appropriate ensuring each child is taught at a level that matches his/her physical and psychological development therefore youth ages 3-14 are divided into three separate programs: Little Ninjas (ages 3-5), Young Warriors (ages 6-9), and youth Muay Thai Kickboxing/ Youth BJJ classes (ages 10-14). This allows your child to be challenged every step of the way as he/she progresses in their martial arts.
The skills your child will learn when enrolled in our Little Ninjas (ages 3-5), Young Warriors (ages 6-9), and Youth BJJ/ Muay Thai Kickboxing (ages 10-14) Martial Arts Program teaches the fundamentals of Muay-Thai Kickboxing and Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. At CJ Martial Arts we take high regard to teach all our students how to possess a CJ warrior’s attitude!
A WARRIOR HAS DISCIPLINE: A CJ Martial Arts student has emotional discipline and learns not to suppress his or her emotions but to refrain, with control and properly channel their emotional response.
A WARRIOR PRACTICES RESPECT: A CJ Martial Arts student learns how to respect him/herself and learns to live respectfully with other students, the instructors and all others.
A WARRIOR HAS CONTROL: A CJ Martial Arts student learns to control his emotional response and learns the power of self-control and learns that he or she can only control oneself and does not try to control others.
A WARRIOR DISPLAYS GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP: A CJ Martial Arts student learns that sportsmanship is an aspiration or ethos and that a sport or activity can be enjoyed for its own sake, with proper consideration for fairness, ethics, respect, and a sense of fellowship with one's competitors.