Kids Martial Art Classes
From focusing, to goal setting, to self-discipline, to self-respect – kids emerge from this program changed for the better. And their parents couldn’t be happier.
Read on to see the stories of how this program transformed the lives of four
kids and their parents…
and how it can do the same for you and your child.
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To a Caring Parent,
Hi, my name is JungHo Lee.
I’d like to tell you the stories of four kinds of kids that I’ve seen walk through the doors of my Martial Arts academy time and time again.
Then, afterward, I’d like to tell you about how this program transformed their lives. And the joy their parents got from seeing the incredible transformations. So without further ado…
Story #1: “Wild Kid”
Johnny could never sit still in class. His teachers thought he was just a “wild kid”. The other students would get distracted by him, and they’d have trouble focusing too. He was smart – as smart as they come – but he just couldn’t sit still for the life of him. If only he could focus his energy into
doing one thing at a time…
Story #2: “Too Easy Going”
It wasn’t that Rebecca wasn’t smart – she just never applied herself at anything. She was a bit “too” easy going. She didn’t have anything that she
was truly passionate about. As a result, her grades suffered. She could easily make As, but she just didn’t pay attention. She needed something that would stir her up – and awaken her potential…
Story #3: “I asked you 10 times already!”
Rick never does anything the first time he’s asked. Whether it’s homework,
cleaning, taking the dog out – anything – it never gets done. His parents spend countless hours, and tons of energy, just getting him to do simple things. As a result, there’s always tension in the house…
Story #4: “The Bully”
Every school has a bully. They prey on smaller kids, and kids with low self-esteem. Jim was the second kind of kid. He was shy and just didn’t have much confidence. The bully at his school, Todd, always picked on him. Jim just took it. He never stood up for himself, because he didn’t have the confidence to…
Even though Johnny, Rick, Jim, and Rebecca are fictional – their stories are based on very real ones. I can’t tell you how many times parents have come in and told me almost these exact stories. The word for word.
But after just a few weeks of Martial Arts, this is what happens
Clear Focus – In Martial Arts, we have kids do one thing at a time. For younger kids, and kids with severe ADD, they may only do one thing for 30 seconds – but for that 30 seconds, that’s all they focus on.
Then, the better and better they get at focusing, the longer we have them focus for. Eventually, kids might focus the entire session on just one exercise or activity.
And they never get bored or antsy. Before you know it, they do this at home too. They focus on their homework… on their chores… on conversations with you… and anything else they put their mind to. Determined to Succeed – From Day 1 in Martial Arts your child sets goals and accomplishes them. The more and more he does this – the more ambitious he becomes.
Eventually he learns to set higher goals – and he learns to go after them with everything he’s got. He learns that fulfillment and respect are earned through completing challenges. Because of this, kids who go through Martial Arts are much more likely to succeed later in life as well. A recent study showed that 63% of black belts become college graduates!
They then go on to live wonderful, fulfilling lives. And then they pass these principles onto their children.
Finally Paying Attention – Parents of children with attention problems breathe sighs of relief after just a few short weeks.
That’s because in martial arts – we teach kids to look people in the eyes when they’re being spoken to. We teach them that this is how you show people you’re listening and paying attention. After just a few short weeks, kids naturally begin doing this at home. And at school.
Parents and teachers often look at each other with wide-eyes when they reflect on the changes. They can’t believe how much better their children pay attention.
Completing Tasks the First Time He’s Asked – In Martial Arts, we have just a few simple rules. One of those rules is that when your child is asked to do something – he does it the first time.
We never yell at kids, or scold them, if they don’t do this. But every kid does it because he sees the other kids in the class doing it too. And he wants to make friends and be a part of the group.
It’s usually a matter of a couple of weeks before kids start doing this at home, too. I can’t tell you how many parents have thanked me profusely when it starts to happen.
For parents of children who have a hard time following directions – this is truly a blessing.
Self-Respect – When it comes to bullies, kids in Martial Arts don’t back down. They have the confidence to look a bully in the eyes and stand their ground.
This is what nearly always happens…
The bully gets scared and backs down!
It happens 9 times out of 10. And for the 1 time out of 10, the bully doesn’t back down – your child has the tools to defend himself. And if necessary, he’ll be able to get away and seek out an authority figure.
Most confrontations can be talked through. Occasionally, however, words aren’t enough. For either situation, your child will be prepared.
No one will be able to hurt him or take anything away from him.
Weight loss – It’s easy these days for kids to not exercise. As a result, many children experience weight problems at a young age.
Martial Arts is an amazing form of exercise – Your child will be active the entire time. But there’s no pressure on him to do anything he can’t.
We’ll encourage him to do his best – but this isn’t a boot camp or anything.
Most importantly, he’ll have a ton of fun.
And if he happens to be overweight – Martial Arts will help him get down to a healthy weight. This reduces the risk for many health problems that can occur now, and later on in life.
Kids Tae Kwon Do also increases energy, alertness, and overall happiness.
He’ll never feel better.
There are honestly countless other benefits kids get with Martial Arts. But rather than tell you about them myself – just listen to what these parents had to say…
“Lee Brothers provides serious instruction in a fun, family atmosphere”
It is the best martial arts program for the WHOLE child. In addition to keeping my kids fit and strong, Lee Brothers has developed their focus, self-discipline, and confidence with caring instructors among fellow students who have become good friends over the years.
Meg Greene-Smith (Chloe’s Mom)
“Lee Brothers is the best!”
Our son has been taking Tae Kwon Do for almost 4 years at Lee Brothers and loves it!!! Master Lee and the rest of the instructors are amazing with the kids and I trust them completely with my son. He also participates in the after school program and there is NO WHERE else he would rather be. Lee Brothers is the best!
Usha Melvin (Chase’s Mom)
“Unbelievable! He did his homework the first time I asked!”
Hey, I just wanted to tell you that Michael did his homework today the first time I asked him! I’m still in shock! I know it’s because of what he learned in class.
You have put together an incredible program. Thank you so much.
Marsha Humphrey (Michael’s mom)
It’s results like these that I live for.
When I hear stories like these – I know I’m in the right profession.
Where else could I get to hang out with the coolest kids on earth – and help their parents at the same time?
It’s truly an honor for me to serve you and your child.
Now, if you still have some questions – you’re welcome to call in. Or, you may find the answers below…