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KungFu Kids: The Benefits of Martial Arts

     With a bloodcurdling cry, your 6-year-old leaps into the air in a KungFu kick, raising your hair and blood pressure simultaneously. Before you panic and pad the walls, try channeling this urge into a martial arts class.

     Activities like KungFu, Karate, Tae Kwon Do, and Aikido are a fun way for both boys and girls to achieve fitness and focus. Some parents may think they also promote violence, but that's a myth, according to experts. The martial arts actually help teach self-discipline and socialization skills. In fact, many parents whose children have attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) report great success with these programs because self-control and concentration are exactly the skills underdeveloped in ADHD kids.

     A typical hour-long class begins and ends with a bow to the teacher, or master. After a warm-up, students practice the art's particular skills, which may include kicks, punches, and blocks. Each requires concentration and strict attention.

     Progress is often marked by the belt system, which takes the beginner from a white belt through a variety of colors until black. Testing for each new level, generally every three months, is a good exercise in setting and achieving goals.

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Pillar Testing Policy and Criteria

     Students need SiFu's approval to proceed to test for any pillar.

Evaluations and Sashes Colors

      The Wing Chun Kwoons have changed their representation of the Eight Pillar ranking system.

KungFu Kwoon is now taught Privately

The classes for the Wing Chun Kwoon in Utah are being taught at a private location.

5 Exercise Benefits of Martial Arts 

     Chances are, you have seen someone participate in martial arts, but you may not be aware of its many exercise benefits. No matter if you are interested in improving your cardiovascular health, losing weight or simply improving your mood, martial arts may be just what you need.

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