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  • The Power of the Mind.

    If you’re at home, look at everything around you, this was created by the mind. The floor, walls, carpeting, furniture was all an idea at one time in someone’s mind. Even your land, probably had trees on it and was cleared to build a home. Outdoor, the streets, poles and automoblies and more where all products of the mind. Nature gives us the resources and the mind does the rest. I am not talking about the whole brain, just one part of it called the conscious mind. The mind is your thinking department. The rest of the brain is on auto pilot aiding the body in its other functions. The mind has so much more power than any computer ever built. In fact where did that computer come ....

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  • Join Us For the Best Kids Martial Arts in Centerton


    Welcome To Our New Website! We’re Proud To Serve Centerton with Kids Martial Arts!
    At Martial Arts Advantage of Centerton, we are working hard to go above and beyond for every person who walks through our doors. And you could be next!
    We are offering Centerton a hands-on approach to Kids Martial Arts. And you don’t need any prior experience to succeed! Come visit us at Martial Arts Advantage of Centerton and see for yourself what makes us the best Kids Martial Arts facility in town. Just fill out the "Request Information" form on the side of the page and stop in for a visit today!
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  • Challenge, but Don't Abuse

    It’s good to challenge your partner when doing Martial Arts with one exception, and that is a beginning student. We challenge them so they have to try harder and this gets your partner better trained and keeps them more alert. Often times we see students in Taekwon-Do punch or kick at each other really soft, assuming their training partner can’t handle the heat. I always encourage my students to challenge their partner by being more aggressive, but using common sense and control. Simply put I say, “challenge your partner, but don’t abuse.” If your training partner makes it to easy for you then you are training unrealistically. How can we handle a real ....

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  • The Difference Between Ego and Pride

    Hello Martial Arts Students: Pride is a good thing. It’s good to be proud of yourself, your family your martial arts and more. There is a lot to be proud of. Pride is a form of confidence and faith. On the other hand, Ego (Edge God Out) especially too much of it is bad. Ego makes us show off, deceive others and it leads to narcissism. We anger easily if our ego isn’t fed. So many negative things we do come from placating our ego. We want to detach from ego, but doing so doesn’t make us wimpy or inferior, just the opposite. Ego and arrogance will sink us faster than the Titanic. In fact, that’s what sunk the Titanic! When you finish karate class walk proudly off ....

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