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Lions Krav Maga Krav Junior The Benefits of Virtual Training

The Benefits of Virtual Krav Maga Training

Although not new, virtual learning has increasingly become a more widely used approach, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Nearly everyone has been directed to stay at home, which upended everyone’s day-to-day routines [JS1]. With limited access to activities, children are filled with an overabundance of pent up energy. The need for supportive, online resources is essential for parents and children. This is why engaging in Krav Junior virtual self defense training is so beneficial.

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Lions Krav Maga Krav Junior Fostering Self Actualization

Fostering Self Actualization in Children

The Krav Junior program was founded on research-based principles of child development and psychology. One of these principles is that not all individuals are the same, and that there is no cookie-cutter approach to helping children become the best version of themselves. What we must do is educate ourselves on what to expect from them at different ages so that we can use that knowledge as a guideline to help foster children’s growth.

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Lions Krav Maga Krav Junior Age Specific Training

Age-Specific Curriculum – What It Really Means

Many martial arts schools define their “age-specific” classes as children being divided up into classes by their age. While this is an important start, the actual curriculum being taught and the way it is taught is the same to all age groups across the board in most of these programs. That is like teaching math the same way to a 5-year-old as you do to a 10-year-old. Doing this creates frustration for the student and the instructor. Any education, including physical education, ought to be done according to the child’s age and stage of development.

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Lions Krav Maga Krav Junior Goal Setting

Goal Setting

Goal setting is one of characteristics that is the most highly linked to the success that individuals can have. Top athletes and successful people all use goal setting. While it is a trait that is most often associated with teens and adults, younger children can also benefit greatly from beginning[…]

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Lions Krav Maga Krav Junior Empowerment vs Enabling

Empowerment vs. Enabling: The Fine Line of Parenting

We live in a competitive world, and most parents would jump at the chance to give their child every advantage imaginable. The world can also be unkind and, as caregivers, we feel a need to protect our children from everything possible. Yes, parents are supposed to help and protect their children, but when does supporting children turn into enabling? The difference between empowering and enabling is a fine line and can prove to be difficult to decipher. We’re here to help.

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Lions Krav Maga Krav Junior Parent SKILLZ Patience

Parent Skills: Patience

Patience is one of those things that we all need to practice more of, and the only way to increase it is to exercise our patience muscle by, for example, taking a few extra seconds when responding to poor behavior. Patience demonstrates compassion, empathy, and self-control on your part. Sometimes all you need to do is think about responding in the most patient manner to help re-direct your child. A few seconds can make a big difference!

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Krav Junior Lions Krav Maga Parent SKILLZ Connection

Parent Skills: Connection

One of the most important things that you can do as a parent is establish a connection with your child. In fact, children need connection more than anything else. Here are a few ways that you can begin to build a great connection with your child…

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Lions Krav Maga Krav Junior Temperament

How to Manage Your Child’s Temperament

Every child is born with their own unique way of interacting with the world. Some are flexible in the midst of change, while others may experience stress when presented with new situations or a change in schedule. This is what is referred to as temperament. Each type of temperament has[…]

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