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They Will Make New Friends, Learn New Skills, and Develop Character

Martial arts is more than self-defense and fitness.

Kids have fun, while learning discipline, respect, focus, self-control, and resiliency.

The martial arts helps kids develop hand-eye coordination, healthy strategies to deal with stress and frustration.

Martial arts also instills good sportsmanship, which does more than just showing youth how to behave politely during and after a game.

Sportsmanship impacts how youth interact on and off the field. Good sportsmanship builds teamwork, character, and teaches respect, honor, discipline, kindness, inclusion, resilience, perseverance, and more.

Boys and girls, ages 7 to 12, in Karate Gi Uniform, participating in 7-5-3 Academy Youth Karate Class, showing support, teamwork, confidence, and giving the thumbs up approval of the class.

Do you want your kids be in a safe environment while learning critical life skills?

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Martial Arts Provides the Skills to Avoid Conflict When Possible, and Defend when Needed

Everyone wants their kids to be safe not only from strangers and bullies, but in any situation.

Martial arts provides the communication skills to deconflict and avoid conflict when possible, and the  self-defense skills needed when a conflict is unavoidable.

Martial arts instills awareness and self-control in determining how to respond to daily life challenges and potential crisis moments.

We follow three rules of Self-defense:

1. Use our words to deconflict a situation

2. Avoid conflict by removing ourselves from the location

3. When rules 1 & 2 fail, be prepared to defend oneself through defense and counter-offense

 We have a Motto for our Karate System:

 "I Train in Martial Arts for Self-Defense, to Protect Myself, My Family, and My Friends, Only"

We follow the 7-5-3 Code


The 7-5-3 Code is an adaptation from the Bushido Code that allows for the enjoyment of a more balanced life, including physically, spiritually, emotionally, and mentally.

Each part of the 7-5-3 code has a distinct ethos (or characteristic way of being and doing), and they include:


7 Warrior Virtues

5 Keys to Health

3 States of Mind

Do you want them to be able to de-escalate conflicts and defend themselves?

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