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Posted: January 04, 2020

Game & Movie Night Event on Saturday, January 25th (3:00PM-4:30PM)

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January Newsletter and Curriculum

Posted: January 01, 2020

Happy New Year! Check out what's happening at Bronx Jiu-Jitsu during the month of January!

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New Year...New You (Adult Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu)

Posted: January 01, 2020

New Year...New You - Adult Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Classes

New Year. Same You. Just Better. Jiu Jitsu normally makes you think of self-defense, being strong, fit and safe. The truth is, it’s all that and WAY more! Get started today and make 2020 your best year ever!

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7 Things Kids Learn From Martial Arts

Posted: December 30, 2019

7 Things Kids Learn From Martial Arts

Children’s martial arts classes not only tend to be profitable for schools but also are an amazing way to improve the lives of the kids, their families and the communities. This is because of the values the martial arts impart to children. Those values include the following:

Courage


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.


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