Increases body coordination, balance and reflexes
Improves muscular strength and cardiovascular endurance
Develops elasticity and agility
Provides control and knowledge of the body
Channels energy in a healthy way
Benefits to personality
Increases the ability of concentration and discipline
Promotes confidence, self-esteem and initiative in introverted children
Develops self-control and tempers character in hyperactive and restless children
Strengthens personality development
Helps to overcome personal goals
Greet and answer correctly
Learn to listen
Treat others like you want to be treated
Whether you want your junior to gain some basic self-defense skills, learn self-discipline or learn life skills under professional and experienced guidance and control, MAS martial arts can be a great teaching tool. MAS Martial arts Training will be a great physical outlet for a junior who isn’t interested in Tradition team or individual sport. In MAS Martial Arts, the Junior will not be cut from a team and MAS martial arts does not require any prior experience or specific skill set.
The MAS-JUNIOR Student can set its own goals and pace, whether is earning the next color belt, mastering a new move, better physical condition, better grades in school, etc. With continuous training every goal will be attained.
At MAS Martial Arts the Emphasis is always on the Art, Self-Defense, Physical conditioning and Life skills, never on Violence
Many parents are hesitant to enroll a junior or teen on a martial arts class due to fear that it will promote violence, or become a bully merely because he knows some basic martial arts moves. And you certainly don’t want him starting fights just because he thinks he can win.
MAS Teaches Martial Arts appropriately, MAS martial arts is not about promoting violence. Instead the practice of martial arts is about learning self-discipline, self-defense, self-control, respect, life skills lessons.
A true martial artist will always try to avoid unnecessary conflict. But that’s not to say martial artists don’t ever fight—they reserve fights for causes they believe in.
Studies have found that juniors and teens that participate in martial arts don’t become any more aggressive than those who are involved in team sports.7 They may (or may not) show more externalizing behavior—such as aggression, bullying and conduct issues—than teens involved in other individual sports.
Every day the world demands more of ourselves in all aspects. MAS-JUNIORS is focused on introducing positive values to the students, so they grow positive beliefs and can face any obstacle or challenge, not only in the sports but also in life. Mas-martial arts is a total and comprehensive learning activity.
The classes in our schools are adapt to age groups according to their way of learning, optimally developing fundamental skills and increasing coordination, flexibility, balance, and mental acuity.
MAS-JUNIORS applied as a training process for children, results in children with good physical conditioning, self-assured, self-disciplined and with high self-esteem. With the practice of taekwondo values such as loyalty, respect, humility, and a high spirit.
The foundation provided by MAS-JUNIORS training prepares kids for future activities of greater difficulty or complexity. By mastering their bodies, students gain self-esteem and self-confidence while interacting in a safe environment.