Deliver a Knockout Punch to Your Usual Workout Adults Who Study Martial Arts Reap Significant BenefitsStudying martial arts is something that anybody – at any age or fitness level – can do. Martial arts classes are fun, empowering, and provide a great workout for adults. Whether you want to defend yourself, lose weight, or just have fun, our adult martial arts classes have something to offer.
DO YOU NEED HELP
IN ONE OF THESE AREAS?
You want to be able to defend yourself or your family.
You struggle to be confident in your abilities & strengths and want a healthy way to decrease stress and anxiety
You want to shed extra pounds and cultivate a positive body image.
Even when you do find time to hit the gym, regardless of having a schedule that’s full of work, family time, and other obligations, you might be bored by your same old workout. There’s nothing exciting about another go-round on the treadmill or elliptical – and you might need some encouragement to stick to a schedule and achieve your fitness goals.
Martial arts classes for adults focus on building core strength and cardiovascular fitness in a fun, social setting. Why not break out of your dull routine?
Our martial arts classes for adults can help you build core strength, increase your flexibility, learn how to defend yourself and the people you love, or lose weight. They’re also a great place to make new friends. Whatever your fitness goals are, you can achieve them in our classes.
Many people feel vulnerable and wish that they had a way to defend themselves if they end up in a dangerous situation.
Martial arts classes build strength, confidence, and agility while teaching basic but effective self-defense moves.
Studying martial arts can help you shake feelings of vulnerability and believe in your ability to ward off an attack.
It’s common for adults to struggle with self-esteem as they deal with competitive work environments and overloaded to-do lists.
Adults who study martial arts learn to search within themselves for their best qualities. They learn to self-motivate and not to worry what others think of them.
Martial arts instruction encourages students to feel good about themselves as they master new techniques.
One of the keys to losing weight is finding a workout that you genuinely like doing.
Martial arts workouts are fun and challenging. They burn calories while also building muscles and ramping up your metabolism.
Regular martial arts workouts can help you lose weight steadily, especially when combined with a healthy diet.
All people need an outlet for their worry and anxiety – and martial arts classes provide it.
In the absence of such an outlet, you might carry anxiety inside of you and inadvertently take it out on other people.
Martial arts classes burn calories, release tension and anxiety, and help keep you on an even keel mentally and emotionally.
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This karate school is absolutely amazing. The Sensai (Javier) cares about the kids so much and it shows. He teaches them about important values, such as integrity, hard work, dedication, as well as the importance of doing well in school and listen to their parents. I give it 5+ stars!
Summit fit dojo (the adult workout part of this business) is amazing. All the staff truly cares about you and your goals. The workouts are tough but they work with you and will alter them if you have injuries. Class sizes are small which helps you bond and connect with everyone there. I'm so happy I joined and you will be to.
Martial arts students believe in their strength and abilities because they know what their bodies can do.
People who study martial arts carry themselves with strength and authority, and that can ward off attackers.
Martial arts instruction focuses on achieving personal excellence, something that builds self-esteem.
Structured workouts tend to be more effective than solo workouts in terms of burning calories.
Martial arts techniques like kicking and punching help to build muscles. Regular workouts help students feel good about themselves.
Exploring the mind-body connection helps students practice mindfulness. Physical strength and mental strength go hand in hand.