Kids martial arts Gracie jiu jitsu! Martial Arts Kids training at Hart’s in Conshohocken!
Hart’s kids jiu jitsu and martial arts program focuses on Gracie jiu jitsu self defense. Hart’s Conshohocken jiu jitsu kids program is a very active, fun and informative approach to ensure your children are enjoying their training while learning valuable self defense skills to help prepare against bullying and outside confrontations, that could possibly occur.
Harts kid’s jiu jitsu and martial arts program starts at 4 yrs old to 12 years old. We believe you can start training martial arts at any time in life and believe it is extremely valuable to have children participate and learn jiu jitsu right away.
READ BELOW. There are some great articles that were recently written on the benefits of Jiu Jitsu for kids. We believe, all martial arts are a benefit to children’s growth and confidence and at Hart’s, we specialize in teaching self defense jiu jitsu to your kids.
We are proud of the hard work these little jiu jitsu practitioners put forth daily!
This a cool jiu jitsu article on the benefits for kids training in BJJ, courtesy of the JiuJitsuTimes.com
“Every child should be put into some type of developmental activity when they are young, whether it is dance, gymnastics, or martial arts etc. I feel as though Jiu Jitsu would quite possibly be the best sport you could start a child in though. It promotes confidence, discipline, respect, and many other developmental qualities.
Children are like sponges. When they are young and as they grow they absorb everything they see and listen to. It is important to surround them in a positive atmosphere so that they grow as an individual in a positive sense. Jiu jitsu allows them to do so. Not only does it teach them a form of self-defense, it also teaches many life lessons as well that a child can carry with them. Jiu Jitsu is one of the most practical martial arts you can put your child in. When you think about other martial arts, many involve striking. Do you really want your child throwing up their fists? Today especially we see a lot of bullying in schools. BJJ allows the child to work from the ground and gain control. We certainly do not want to encourage children to fight if they have the option to defend and find a way out of the situation.”
Here is a good article from BreakingMuscle.com for Parent’s to read concerning Kids Athletics. ( BJJ Black belt Val Worthington and Fifty/50 Coach and BJJ blackBelt Jen Flannery)
How Parents Can Best Support Their Kids in Athletic Endeavors.