Taekwondo Training Benefits for Children

Taekwondo Classes Prepares Children for Life!

Children who participate in Taekwondo classes at the American Dragon Martial Arts Academies in Clermont Florida are more confident, have better self-control and concentration. No wonder so many loving parents supplement their children’s formal education with Taekwondo training.

Taekwondo training improves self-esteem

The Taekwondo belt rank system used at the American Dragon Martial Arts Academies in Clermont, Florida improves children’s self-esteem and provides them with a greater sense of accomplishment, so they feel better about themselves.

Taekwondo training teaches discipline

Our professionally trained Taekwondo instructors, licensed by the World Headquarters in Korea, know how to set very clear limits for children. They always insist on good behavior during class, at home and in school.

Taekwondo training channels aggression

Pediatricians ofter “prescribe” Taekwondo for children who require a high-energy activity to channel their aggressive behavior. At the American Dragon Martial Arts Academies in Clermont, Florida we are experts at helping children relieve stress, channel aggression, and develop self-disciplin.

Taekwondo training teaches practical self-defense skills

At the American Dragon Martial Arts Academies in Clermont, Florida our Taekwondo Instructors’ first priority is to teach children self-defense skills to increase their safety. Taekwondo students also learn never to practice their training on family members, neighbors or friends.

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