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Will My Child Be Aggressive after MMA / BJJ Training & Other FAQs

    Thu, 2012-06-07 14:00 — IndianapolisJiuJitsu

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    If you’re wondering if mixed martial arts will make your child aggressive, the simple answer is no!

    General Thoughts - When taking a moment to ponder the exciting world of Mixed Martial Arts, you may be thinking of kicking, punching, aggression, blood, broken bones, bullying, hurt or psychological damage.  None of these occur when a child is training in the wondrous world of Mixed Martial Arts. Here's Why

    Let's take the concept behind Jiu Jitsu to start.  This is a form of Mixed Martial Arts training that is similar to wrestling in nature but much more detailed and focused on the positive.

    When you think of wresting, you might thing WWF, but an Indianapolis Jiu Jitsu Coach will be the first to tell you that's not what they're all about.  WWF is entertainment; it's fabricated for show with very little skill involved.

    With Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, you are taught submissive moves or holds for protection.  The idea is to disable a person if need be to protect yourself.

    Is my kid going to hurt someone in these classes?

    Absolutely not because children are taught through Brazilian Jiu Jitsu classes that they are preparing themselves for defense, never offense. 

    These classes are making sure you are prepared to get yourself out of danger if you are threatened and end up on the ground.  And statistically speaking, 95 percent of all physical confrontations end up on the ground, so knowing how to buy some time by putting on a disabling hold could save your life.

    What happens if my child starts being offensive with his/her knowledge?

    They won't because that's not what is taught in any mixed martial arts class.  If any child makes a move to knowingly put another in danger by offensively using their learned fighting skills, he or she will be asked to leave.

    It's not tolerated, encouraged or accepted and rightly so.  Mixed martial arts is all about knowledge and gaining positive confidence knowing you have the ability to defend yourself and loved ones.

    What about all the stuff I see on television?

    What about it?  Television is not real; it's fabricated, and the mixed martial arts fighting that goes on there has different rules to get better ratings.  With any mixed martial arts club, your child will be taught about discipline, respect for others and bettering skills.  Children are taught to work hard in class to perfect technique and improve as a result.

    Patience, empathy, understanding, fairness, respect and control of power are all taught within the realm of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and mixed martial arts in general.

    How does it help with bullying?

    Mixed martial arts is amazing for bullying because it helps both the victim and the culprit.  The victim will can self-confidence in these classes, and this will help them to stand strong and overcome their fear of life in general.

    The culprits will see that bullying is not a positive but rather a negative and will lose their temporary 'want' to play this role.  They will see it holds no power whatsoever.

    Indianapolis Jiu Jitsu classes and mixed martial arts in general are fantastic for anybody at any age in life.  They will improve your self-confidence and give you the ability to defend yourself if the need arises.  Getting children involved in any branch of mixed martial arts is all good!
     
     

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