Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Kick The Summertime Blues With Karate Kids Camp


This summer your kids can be learning how to jump, kick, spin and play in a healthy way that builds their character, focus and friendships.

USA Martial Arts & Kickboxing Phoenix offers an award-winning martial arts program lead by an authentic Master Instructor with over 27 years of teaching experience.  This isn't your run of the mill corner Karate Dojo. Your kids will be learning from a teacher who leads by example and encourages excellence at all levels.  But don't worry, its not all serious.  The program is designed to be really fun and rewarding.
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Karate Kids Phoenix Summer Camp Fun!
Combining the best elements of: 

  • Taekwondo and its amazing arsenal of spinning and jumping kicks and attitudinal development
  • Karate and its power moves, character development training and cultural education
  • Kung Fu and its flexibility training, philosophies and wisdom
  • Jiu-jitsu and its world class grappling and practical skills
  • Gymnastics and its awesome conditioning and fun moves
  • Practical Self Defense for bullying prevention, abduction escape & handling yourself in dangerous situations

Karate Kids Camp is a fun way for kids to enjoy summer and parents to know their kids are getting an edge in school and life.  The program offers fun games and drills that develop:
  • Confidence
  • Control
  • Balance
  • Coordination
  • Speed
  • Strength
  • Self Defense
By the end of summer your kids could have already earned a belt in Martial Arts.  So instead of sending your kids back to school with a sunburn, video game and tv watching skills, put them in Karate Kids Camp!  

Check out our awesome summer WEBSPECIAL !

2 comments:

  1. Sending my kids to summer camp is one of my plans . So that I can have a little more time on my wife. :)

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  2. Nice move!I think that is a brilliant idea to improve kids skills.

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