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Martial Arts Empowers Children to Achieve Goals

Breaking Through Barriers: How Martial Arts Empowers Children to Achieve Their Goals

The Essence of Goal Achievement in Martial Arts

At Crabapple Martial Arts Academy, serving the communities of Alpharetta, Milton, and Roswell, we believe in the transformative power of martial arts. This transformative journey is not just about physical strength, but about empowering kids to break through barriers and achieve their goals. Here, we explore how martial arts is an excellent tool for children to learn the art of goal setting and achievement.

Linking Martial Arts and Goal Achievement

At Crabapple Martial Arts Academy, located in Alpharetta, Milton, and Roswell, children’s martial arts training is more than just a sport. It’s a metaphor for life. Every kick, punch, and stance is a step toward achieving a larger goal. We teach our young martial artists that breaking a board is akin to overcoming life’s obstacles. That board breaking is demonstrating the power of focus, determination, and hard work.

Practical Goal-Setting Strategies in Martial Arts

Our kid’s martial arts programs in Alpharetta, Milton, and Roswell focus on practical goal-setting strategies. We guide our students in setting realistic, achievable goals and devise step-by-step plans. This process teaches children the importance of patience, perseverance, and resilience. These qualities are essential for success in any endeavor.

Leadership Skills Through Martial Arts

At Crabapple Martial Arts Academy, we don’t just create martial artists; we nurture leaders. Our emphasis on leadership skills is integral to our kid’s martial arts programs in Alpharetta, Milton, and Roswell. We instill in our students the confidence to lead, the humility to learn, and the courage to challenge themselves, which are pivotal in achieving their personal and academic goals.

Fostering a Culture of Achievement and Growth

Our goal is not just to teach martial arts but to empower children to become goal-oriented individuals. Through our children’s martial arts programs, we are committed to helping our students break through barriers and achieve their fullest potential. We invite families to join us in this journey of growth and achievement.

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Crabapplemartialarts.com and Crabapple Martial Arts Academy has been selected the nation’s #1 martial arts schools for SIX YEARS IN A ROW by the American Budokai International!

Founded in 2013 by Mr. C. Matthew White is a 5th-degree Black Belt in Karate and 6th-degree Black Belt in Jiu Jitsu, and Master Instructor. Crabapple Martial Arts Academy has Karate lessons for pre-school children to elementary kids ages 4 and up. These classes are designed to develop the critical building blocks kids need – specialized for each age group – for school excellence and later success in life.

Crabapple Martial Arts Adult Karate training is a complete adult fitness and conditioning program. This is for adults who want to lose weight, get (and stay) in shape, or learn self-defense in a supportive environment.

Instructors can answer questions or be contacted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at office@crabapplemartialarts.com or call directly at 770-645-0930. You can also visit our website at CrabappleMartialArts.com.

About C. Matthew White, Renshi:  Matt is a fifth-degree black belt in a traditional Japanese and Okinawan Martial Arts – Shuri Ryu Karatedo. He is also a sixth-degree black belt in Japanese Jiu Jitsu – Shintoyoshin Kai Jiu Jitsu. He is a master instructor with the title of Renshi, which means Scholar in Japanese.  Matt has a bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Physiology. He has been training and teaching martial arts for over 27 years. He has owned Crabapple Martial Arts Academy since 2013. Renshi White is a motivational speaker and educator, and teaches seminars in bullying, business, and martial arts training.

Crabapple Martial Arts Academy Headquarters is in Alpharetta, Georgia at 12315 Crabapple Road., Suite 124, Alpharetta GA 30004. You can locate the Chief Instructor, Sensei Robert Reed there or directly at (770) 645-0930.