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STRUGGLE WITH THESE THINGS?
They always seem to take the easy way out when presented with anything difficult.
They make poor choices and tend not to think things through.
They put their friends and social obligations ahead of their family.
PARENTING A CHILD IS HARDER THAN YOU MIGHT EXPECT
Parenting kids in their pre-teen and early teenage years is its own special challenge. Kids at this age have huge potential, but an equally huge tendency to get mired down in laziness and posturing for their friends. It can be frustrating for parents to watch their kids waste their abilities – and parents are often anxious for a way to get their kids moving in a positive direction. When kids resist parental involvement and give their friends more consideration than their families, it can be distressing for parents.
The key to getting through to kids at this age is to hold their feet to the fire when it comes to putting in the necessary work to achieve their goals. They need firm instruction and regular goals to keep them on track.
YOUR Teen WILL GROW WITH EVERY CLASS!
Our Warrior Extreme curriculum is designed to help kids between the ages of 10 and 14 to achieve their physical, intellectual, emotional, and social goals. At an age where connecting with peers is vital, we provide a wholesome environment to foster positive life-time friendships while challenging them to be their very best at any given moment.
DILIGENCE WITH CHALLENGES
Kids learn the importance of doing things well.
At this age, kids may be prone to take the easy way out of challenges.
Our Warrior Extreme program sets an achievable high standard of excellence to foster precision in the details of accomplishing their goals in the curriculum that translate into good work ethics and confidence in their daily lives outside of the fun challenging classes they have at Yonsei.
BETTER DECISION MAKING
Preteens and teens sometimes make poor decisions because they lack the judgment to see the big picture.
We give kids the tools to make smarter decisions and not jump to conclusions in our curriculum’s fun challenging drills.
Kids sometimes react emotionally first and thinking second.
In the Warrior Extreme curriculum, students practice self control and learn how to understand their true emotional motivation and to understand the difference between a good motivation and a bad one before responding.
SELF BELIEF & CONFIDENCE
We teach kids not to worry about what others think of them.
Peer pressure plays a big role as kids get older, and they sometimes struggle with worrying about what others think.
We teach kids to care less about what other people think of them and more about what they think of themselves.
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This school is amazing! My son has grown so much since he has been enrolled here. The instructors are very patient and very knowledgeable.
Have been here for 1 year already and joining Yonsei is the best decision I have probably ever made
The most engaging and committed staff! All 3 of our kids are enrolled at Yonsei.
There are so many great things about Yonsei! The one that I love the most is the feeling we get each time we attend. They treat you like family! I can see a difference in my son after every visit! They encourage him to never give up and they teach him respect. What more could we ask for right! Stop by and see for yourself! You won’t be disappointed 🙂
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Yes. It’s common for kids at this age to be heavily influenced by their peers and to avoid doing anything that might be seen as uncool. We help them see the importance of behaving appropriately regardless of what other people think.
The Extreme Eagles SKILLZ® program is designed to reward precision and persistence. Kids must commit to learning good form and being able to perform to a certain standard if they want to succeed – and those are skills that can carry over to the playing field, as well.
Yes. Our instructors understand the psychology of kids at this age. They might want to take the lazy way out, but we push them to maximize their potential in every area of life.
Respect and honor are core tenets in any martial arts school. The Extreme Eagles SKILLZ® program teaches kids to be respectful to instructors – and by extension, to their parents and teachers. We make sure they understand that who they are outside of the studio reflects on them inside the studio.
Yes. Decision-making is a key skill both in our program and in life. We show kids the value of weighing options and using their brains to make smart decisions – both in and out of our martial arts school.
Yes. All our testing happens in front of an audience of the students’ peers and instructors. They learn that they only thing they control is their performance and not to worry about what other people think.
Yes. Kids at this age love to challenge their parents and rebel. It’s part of growing up, but it can certainly be frustrating for parents. We emphasize the importance of respect and loyalty to family as one of our core values.
Yes. In our program, it’s common for kids to be frustrated as they try to learn new skills. Over time, they realize that avoiding challenges doesn’t help them – and that facing them helps to build confidence and self-reliance.
Improves balance and core strength by requiring kids to hold poses
Teaches the value of persistence by teaching kids how to keep trying even when they don’t get the result they want.
Helps kids build physical speed and control by introducing timed tests for certain skills.
Allows kids to express their opinions in a non-disruptive and respectful way.
Encourages kids to embrace the value of personal responsibility and accountability.
Builds concentration by requiring kids to memorize sequences of moves.
Teaches kids how to interact socially with both peers and instructors.
Kids learn the importance of respecting others and allowing them to speak without interruption.