The Train Fight Win Little Spartans Youth Program is a fun and exciting way for kids to learn the skills of Mixed Martial Arts – the fastest growing sport in America! Our program focuses on teaching discipline, respect, and physical fitness, all while developing functional martial arts skills. At TFW, we don’t believe in limiting your child to one discipline, instead we focus our instruction on a number of the most popular martial arts, including boxing, kickboxing, and jiu-jitsu.
- Fitness: We believe that good fitness habits should start early. Making healthy practices part of a child’s routine is a habit that will benefit them for the rest of their lives. Coaches discuss the importance of staying active, moderation of sweets, and demonstrate how much fun staying healthy can be.
- Self Confidence: “The more you learn about fighting, the less fighting you will do in life.” Physical confidence can translate to confidence in all aspects of life. That confidence can follow your child into other sports, in social settings or in the class room.
- Anti-Bullying: At TFW we teach your kids how to defend themselves, and the mentality to not need to. We believe that the best fight is the one that never happens. Coaches discuss the ways to deal with bullying without resorting to violence. However, we believe no one should be a victim, and that, if necessary, a child should have the ability and skills to successfully protect themselves.
- Self Defense: Our coaches share skills and information provided by TPD in their RAD Kids Program. Kids learn about the dangers of strangers, safe situational awareness, and physical skills to escape dangerous situations.
- Fun: Our classes are FUN! We mix games and gymnastics into our training to make sure your kids love their time at our gym. The fact is, both adults and kids alike probably won’t stick to a training routine if they are not enjoying it. We strive to ensure that every training session is both exciting, fun, and educational. We extend this policy to our adult classes as well. Just a thought, moms and dads.