Saviano's White Tiger Kenpo Karate for Teens Program

Saviano's White Tiger Teen Program

 

Karate for Teens

Karate is the ideal sport for teenagers for building self-confidence, fitness, flexibility, discipline, co-ordination, and courtesy, while learning basic self-defense skills.

 

Confidence Issues Among Teenagers

Most young kids love participating in a variety of activities (sports, drama, scouts etc). This willingness to try new activities and meet new people builds their self-confidence and develops their social skills.

 

Karate is a non-competitive sport where each person moves at their own pace. This non-competitive environment allows a person to focus purely on their own improvement and development. As they continue to train and improve slightly every week, it serves to bolster their self-confidence.

Being a non-competitive sport, the sidelines of a karate class are not full of cheering spectators. While a few parents choose to watch, many drop their children off or choose to participate themselves. This creates an environment where a teenager can feel completely comfortable to train without worrying what others might think of them.

 

Preventing the drop in confidence

Preventing the drop in confidence, and what’s more, building their self-confidence is critical among teenagers. Confidence is something that will help them in every area of their life, from meeting new friends, trying new activities, finding their first part-time job, raising their hand to ask a question in class or getting up and presenting something to their class at school.

 

Fitness And Teens

Karate is a rare activity in that it uses every muscle and bone in the body, creating a full-body workout. Considering teens come in all shapes, sizes and fitness levels, it is an ideal activity because each person may go at his or her own pace.

 

This creates an environment where the fittest of teens can walk out of class completely exhausted, or those who lack any real fitness can leave having just pushed their comfort zones.

 

Many teens who play sport at representative levels train in karate as a means to improve their fitness, coordination, flexibility and agility. Equally, many teens who are not involved in sports train in karate for the basic health benefits; such as weight loss, muscle toning, improved cardiovascular fitness and flexibility.

 

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Saviano's White Tiger

Teen Program

 

Karate for Teens

Karate is the ideal sport for teenagers for building self-confidence, fitness, flexibility, discipline, co-ordination, and courtesy, while learning basic self-defense skills.

 

Confidence Issues Among Teenagers

Most young kids love participating in a variety of activities (sports, drama, scouts etc). This willingness to try new activities and meet new people builds their self-confidence and develops their social skills.

 

Karate is a non-competitive sport where each person moves at their own pace. This non-competitive environment allows a person to focus purely on their own improvement and development. As they continue to train and improve slightly every week, it serves to bolster their self-confidence.

Being a non-competitive sport, the sidelines of a karate class are not full of cheering spectators. While a few parents choose to watch, many drop their children off or choose to participate themselves. This creates an environment where a teenager can feel completely comfortable to train without worrying what others might think of them.

 

Preventing the drop in confidence

Preventing the drop in confidence, and what’s more, building their self-confidence is critical among teenagers. Confidence is something that will help them in every area of their life, from meeting new friends, trying new activities, finding their first part-time job, raising their hand to ask a question in class or getting up and presenting something to their class at school.

 

Fitness And Teens

Karate is a rare activity in that it uses every muscle and bone in the body, creating a full-body workout. Considering teens come in all shapes, sizes and fitness levels, it is an ideal activity because each person may go at his or her own pace.

 

This creates an environment where the fittest of teens can walk out of class completely exhausted, or those who lack any real fitness can leave having just pushed their comfort zones.

 

Many teens who play sport at representative levels train in karate as a means to improve their fitness, coordination, flexibility and agility. Equally, many teens who are not involved in sports train in karate for the basic health benefits; such as weight loss, muscle toning, improved cardiovascular fitness and flexibility.

 

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© Copyright 2016 Saviano White Tiger Kenpo Karate

Saviano's

White Tiger

Teen Program

 

Karate for Teens

Karate is the ideal sport for teenagers for building self-confidence, fitness, flexibility, discipline, coordination, and courtesy, while learning basic self-defense skills.

 

Confidence Issues Among Teenagers

Most young kids love participating in a variety of activities (sports, drama, scouts etc). This willingness to try new activities and meet new people builds their self-confidence and develops their social skills.

 

Karate is a non-competitive sport where each person moves at their own pace. This non-competitive environment allows a person to focus purely on their own improvement and development. As they continue to train and improve slightly every week, it serves to bolster their self-confidence.

Being a non-competitive sport, the sidelines of a karate class are not full of cheering spectators. While a few parents choose to watch, many drop their children off or choose to participate themselves. This creates an environment where a teenager can feel completely comfortable to train without worrying what others might think of them.

 

Preventing the drop in confidence

Preventing the drop in confidence, and what’s more, building their self-confidence is critical among teenagers. Confidence is something that will help them in every area of their life, from meeting new friends, trying new activities, finding their first part-time job, raising their hand to ask a question in class or getting up and presenting something to their class at school.

 

Fitness And Teens

Karate is a rare activity in that it uses every muscle and bone in the body, creating a full-body workout. Considering teens come in all shapes, sizes and fitness levels, it is an ideal activity because each person may go at his or her own pace.

 

This creates an environment where the fittest of teens can walk out of class completely exhausted, or those who lack any real fitness can leave having just pushed their comfort zones.

 

Many teens who play sport at representative levels train in karate as a means to improve their fitness, coordination, flexibility and agility. Equally, many teens who are not involved in sports train in karate for the basic health benefits; such as weight loss, muscle toning, improved cardiovascular fitness and flexibility.

 

Saviano's

White Tiger

Teen Program

 

Karate for Teens

Karate is the ideal sport for teenagers for building self-confidence, fitness, flexibility, discipline, co-ordination, and courtesy, while learning basic self-defense skills.

 

Confidence Issues Among Teenagers

Most young kids love participating in a variety of activities (sports, drama, scouts etc). This willingness to try new activities and meet new people builds their self-confidence and develops their social skills.

 

Karate is a non-competitive sport where each person moves at their own pace. This non-competitive environment allows a person to focus purely on their own improvement and development. As they continue to train and improve slightly every week, it serves to bolster their self-confidence.

Being a non-competitive sport, the sidelines of a karate class are not full of cheering spectators. While a few parents choose to watch, many drop their children off or choose to participate themselves. This creates an environment where a teenager can feel completely comfortable to train without worrying what others might think of them.

 

Preventing the drop in confidence

Preventing the drop in confidence, and what’s more, building their self-confidence is critical among teenagers. Confidence is something that will help them in every area of their life, from meeting new friends, trying new activities, finding their first part-time job, raising their hand to ask a question in class or getting up and presenting something to their class at school.

 

Fitness And Teens

Karate is a rare activity in that it uses every muscle and bone in the body, creating a full-body workout. Considering teens come in all shapes, sizes and fitness levels, it is an ideal activity because each person may go at his or her own pace.

 

This creates an environment where the fittest of teens can walk out of class completely exhausted, or those who lack any real fitness can leave having just pushed their comfort zones.

 

Many teens who play sport at representative levels train in karate as a means to improve their fitness, coordination, flexibility and agility. Equally, many teens who are not involved in sports train in karate for the basic health benefits; such as weight loss, muscle toning, improved

cardiovascular fitness and flexibility.

 

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