Las Vegas Karate
Our Karate curriculum covers:
✔ Anti-bullying techniques
✔ Sparring Self-Defense
✔ Leadership skills
Using important teamwork and memorization, kids train using karate combinations and techniques as they move up the ranks and develop their art.
CD Young’s Karate Las Vegas starts training kids in martial arts but ends up teaching them so much more.
How do children benefit from Karate?
• Kids practice how to control and coordinate their bodies using their minds
• Kids learn how to be disciplined within themselves and with others
• Kids develop an active lifestyle with regular fitness and physical training
• Kids grow their memory using skill-building moves and traditional combinations
• Kids receive ongoing support and motivation from instructors and teammates
Martial arts has been around for centuries, and at CD Young’s Karate we teach important traditional elements that help children develop themselves into the best martial artists – and KIDS – they can be.
What does training at CD Young’s Karate Las Vegas look like?
Kids programming is divided into three groups:
Ages 4 to 6
Ages 7 to 12
Our programs and lessons incorporate four important elements that we continue to build on as we move up the ranks and improve our practice:
Element 1 – BASICS TRAINING
Basics Training combines blocking, punching, and kicking in a cardio-paced routine. These techniques are great for developing coordination, focus, discipline, and endurance.
Element 2 – ONE STEP SPARRING
One-Steps are specific combinations of strikes, kicks, and judo used to practice self-defense. These techniques are great for developing body control, distance, and timing.
Element 3 – KATAS
Katas can be described as stories told with our karate, passed down by masters for generations and often displayed in competitions, tournaments, and testing practices. Katas incorporate combinations of basic blocks, kicks, and punches and are performed at a quick cardio-pace.
Element 4 – Sparring
Sparring is the application of real karate techniques used in a fighting scenario. Sparring is a very controlled and safe practice of training martial arts, but helps students train reflexes, positioning, and control in real time. Sparring is a great physical workout and is practiced on Saturdays at a cardio pace. Kids will be able to work hard and feel great after their sparring sessions, plus it burns a TON of energy!
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