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  • Unlock Your Child’s Potential with Martial Arts!

    Unlock Your Child’s Potential with Martial Arts! Discover the transformative power of martial arts for kids in Escondido, Valley Center, and San Marcos. Our specialized programs in Jiu-Jitsu and self-defense are designed to instill confidence, discipline, and fitness in children 5 and older. At our state-of-the-art facility, we focus on more than just physical prowess—we cultivate mental resilience and a positive attitude that extends beyond the dojo. Why Choose Our Martial Arts Program? Self-Defense Skills:Equip your child with essential self-defense techniques to ensure their safety and boost their confidence. Fitness and Health:Our dynamic classes promote physical ....

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  • Set and Achieve Your Goals

    Set and Achieve Your Goals This month we're focusing on goal setting! Here are 6 tips to help you set and achieve your goals! 1. Set goals that are specific and realistic/doable. 2. Create a plan of action. Write down specific steps that you're going to take to achieve your goal. 3. Set a end date. Give your goals a time limit to stay on track! 4. Set meaningful goals! Find the "why"and choose goals that you really care about. 5. Attitude is Everything! Stay focused, stay dedicated, and be willing to put in the work to achieve your goals. 6. Celebrate your success! Every goal, whether it's big or small, is worth celebrating! The goals we SET are the goals we GET! ....

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  • Develop an Attitude of Gratitude!

    DEVELOP AN ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE! MARTIAL ARTS IS MORE THAN JUST PUNCHING & KICKING Martial Arts teaches kids a lot! Self Defense, Discipline, & a Growth Mindset. This month we are focusing on DEVELOPING AN ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE. We will help your child build self-esteem and gather the tools to stay safe in the world. Give us a call to schedule your first trial class! ....

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  • Indomitable Spirit

    Indomitable Spirit The Power of an Indomitable Spirit: A Black Belt Principle A person with an indomitable spirit does not accept defeat. They possess a tenacity that refuses to acknowledge failure. This principle is crucial for a black belt because the journey to achieving this level is fraught with challenges and setbacks. Consider the inspiring story of Gene Tunney, who became the Heavyweight Boxing Champion of the World by defeating Jack Dempsey. Early in his career, Tunney was known primarily as a power puncher. However, during an exhibition match, he broke both his hands. Doctors told him he would never fight again, shattering his dream of becoming a World Champion Boxer. But ....

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  • S.M.A.R.T. GOALS

    Achieving the rank of black belt is no easy task! In order to achieve your goal you need to be S.M.A.R.T! Here is a formula to help you set yourself up for success. Specific- Know exactly what you want to accomplish Measurable- Set check points along the way to ensure that you are making progress Achievable- A goal should be challenging but not so far out of reach that you set yourself up for failure Relevant- Meaningful goals align with your dreams and beliefs. They should relate to the attainment of your overall vision. Timely- Set a date to achieve your goal. From there you can chunk it down into bite sized pieces. This week we are focused on the A or Achievable. We have ....

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  • CREATING S.M.A.R.T. GOALS

    Achieving the rank of black belt is no easy task! In order to achieve your goal you need to be S.M.A.R.T! Here is a formula to help you set yourself up for success. Specific- Know exactly what you want to accomplish Measurable- Set check points along the way to ensure that you are making progress Achievable- A goal should be challenging but not so far out of reach that you set yourself up for failure Relevant- Meaningful goals align with your dreams and beliefs. They should relate to the attainment of your overall vision. Timely- Set a date to achieve your goal. From there you can chunk it down into bite sized pieces. ​ This week we are focused on the M or ....

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  • Don’t just go through it. Grow through it!

    We all experience pain, discomfort, disappointment, and frustrations. That difficulty is an opportunity to get stronger, to develop character, to gain a new perspective. Anybody can fall apart; anybody can get bitter—that’s easy. But what that’s doing is wasting your pain. That pain is not there to stop you; it’s there to develop you, to prepare you, to increase you. In 1982, researchers aboard the space shuttle Columbia did an experiment with honeybees. They took them up into space to study the effects of weightlessness on them. According to a NASA memo, the bees “were unable to fly normally and tumbled into weightlessness.” Then it ....

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  • Never Give Up!

    Hard work, practice, and extra effort are the keys to success in everything you do. When you do just enough to get by, problems are inevitable and you never feel good about yourself. Black Belt Champions set goals and never give up. They give 100% of their effort and energy to accomplishing the task. That doesn’t mean that you don’t have bad days or feel a little off. That happens to everyone. The key is to show up the next day ready to do your best and stay determined to move one step closer to achieving your goal. I have never seen anyone fail to achieve a Black Belt, but I have seen people give up too soon! Check out this story about actor Jim Carrey’s non ....

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  • Potato, Egg or Coffee Bean?

    Once upon a time a daughter complained to her father that her life was miserable and that she didn’t know how she was going to make it. She was tired of fighting and struggling all the time. It seemed just as one problem was solved, another one soon followed. Her father, a chef, took her to the kitchen. He filled three pots with water and placed each on a high fire. Once the three pots began to boil, he placed potatoes in one pot, eggs in the second pot, and ground coffee beans in the third pot. He then let them sit and boil, without saying a word to his daughter. The daughter, moaned and impatiently waited, wondering what he was doing. After twenty minutes he turned off ....

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