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Developing a Growth Mindset in a Competitive World

Posted: December 23, 2019

Developing a Growth Mindset in a Competitive World

In today’s world competition is everywhere and it often starts at a very young age. It begins as a fun, skill-developing event but can quickly become time-consuming and competitive. While some parents want their children pushed to help them learn the hard lessons of life, others want to protect their children from the disappointment that can come with competition. Both sides have pros and cons, but a balanced approach is what will truly help a child develop a competitive nature in a healthy way. Competition can be fun and exhilarating, especially if you are on the winning side. This drive to compete and win is very strong in our society in every age group and industry. When children are involved in competitive events, it can teach them goal setting techniques as well as how to deal with the frustrations that can come along with losing. Competition also helps children learn to take turns and support their teammates.

December Newsletter & Curriculum

Posted: December 01, 2019

Check out what's happening at Bronx Jiu-Jitsu during the month of December!

Special Announcements:

Holiday Toy Drive

Posted: November 20, 2019

'Tis the season to be jolly and generous! Help out the less fortunate by donating a new unwrapped toy for this year's Toy Drive. We will be collecting toys until December 4th.

Youth Promotion Ceremony

Posted: November 15, 2019

Youth Promotion Ceremony on Saturday, December 14th at 10AM!

Congratulations to all our Grapplers who are up for promotion!


Realistic Behavioral Expectations

Posted: November 13, 2019


Children between the ages of 4 and 5 are at a very unique growth period in their lives. They are growing at a rapid rate in all areas of development and are discovering new things daily, while also learning how to cope with new challenges. Additionally, they are in pursuit of autonomy, which can lead to behavioral issues that the adults in their lives often become frustrated with.

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