The Value of Martial Arts Keeps Rising.

Whether you live in Bentonville, Arkansas or San Francisco, California society is changing, mostly for the worse. It seems to be changing everywhere on the globe. It may change slower in a place like Bentonville or Centerton, but it is culturally declining as you read this. Like a good stock, the value of Martial Arts […]

Parents Focus on your Childs Goals.

As a parent, what is your long term martial arts goal for your child?   When trying to achieve a Black belt students will have high and low moments. Part of success is overcoming setbacks and staying motivated through the process. It’s normal to have highs and lows with any activity. If the activity is […]

How to Give Your Kids a Happy and Healthy Childhood

How to Give Your Kids a Happy and Healthy Childhood Parenting is the hardest job on the planet, but it’s also the most rewarding. Nothing beats watching your children grow up into smart, successful, and compassionate young members of society. Raising an amazing child is all about the steps you take as a parent to […]

5 Tips to Re-Enter the World with Confidence Post-Pandemic

It seems like we are finally nearing the end of the COVID-19 pandemic. After several months of staying at home, it can be tough to re-enter the world, but you just need a little confidence. Here at MAA Centeron, we want everyone to go through their life with confidence, so we have some tips for […]

Martial Arts, Plays a Role in our Countries Future.

In our system of Martial arts we teach almost all ages from 4 years old to senior citizens. Recently in the last ten years or so, it’s been a lot more children than adults. I see that as a positive thing. That tells us we are impacting the future more than ever. We are raising […]

The local growth of Martial Arts.

        Martial Arts, such as Taekwon-Do-Karate-Ju-Jitsu has really grown since I moved here. I moved here from New Hampshire in 2003 after a long term relationship with my current wife. She worked at the Wal-Mart home office in Bentonville. I had sold my school in New Hampshire, and when I moved to […]