This Kindergarten through 2nd Grade Class introduces children to the basic concepts of wrestling while having a lot of fun. Learn life lessons while socializing with peers and learning valuable self defense skills. Competition opportunities available, but not mandatory.
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Goals of Little Warriors Classes
Introduction to Basic Wrestling Skills
Having lots of fun learning new skills
Develop basic tumbling skills needed to be a well-rounded athlete
Muscle memory on basic wrestling concepts and drills they'll use throughout their careers
Little Warriors Class Structure
Each 60 minute class features a structured 10 minute dynamic warmup designed to teach kids body awareness. We then move on to 30 minutes of learning and drilling basic techniques, followed by 15 minutes of live wrestling. In this phase of class, kids get to spar with their teammates and get an opportunity to put the things they've learned into practice. The last 5 minutes is a game to keep things fun.
Why is Wrestling Right For Your Child?
Wrestling is great for teaching kids valuable lessons with long term benefits.
Nurture Their Long Term Well-Being
Introducing kindergarten through 2nd graders to the sport of wrestling offers a unique opportunity for their holistic development. It helps build physical fitness, enhancing balance, coordination, agility, and strength, all crucial for their well-being. Wrestling also nurtures athleticism, instilling skills like body control and spatial awareness that can be applied to various sports as they grow. Moreover, it's not just a physical challenge; wrestling engages young minds, teaching focus, adaptability, and problem-solving, which are valuable beyond the mat. In addition to fostering physical and mental growth, wrestling imparts essential life lessons, such as discipline, determination, and sportsmanship, setting a strong foundation for their personal and academic journeys.