Little Ninja Physical Fitness

We make learning fun and educational with Pacific Martial Arts.

Our goal is to help your preschooler be the best they can at everything they put their minds to.

 

 

The following are just some of the skills learned from participating in Bluff View's

Little Ninja class:

 

Focus

This skill will help your child’s aim, listening skills, and reaction skills. They will excel faster

in physical activities. Your child will also become a better listener and a more focused

student in school.

 

Teamwork

Teamwork is necessary for any young child to develop. The more your child is willing to

work with others, the more they will get accomplished. Your child will develop

character, which will help him/her make new friends and become a better leader in life.

 

Control

Having control means making good decisions. Whether your child is handling a pet or

handling a problem, your child will learn to make the right decisions with good control.

Control builds confidence in children.

 

Balance

This skill is crucial to develop at an early age. Your child is beginning to participate in many physical activities that are challenging, like riding a two-wheel bicycle. Your child will develop good balance and a better posture.

 

Memory

Developing a good memory is exercise for your child’s brain. The sooner your child exercises, the bigger and smarter they will be. Our drills are constantly helping your child think and make smart decisions.

 

Discipline

Our instructors use the Little Ninja drills to help create the vision that discipline is fun and rewarding. Your child will take pride in doing the right things. They will also follow directions better.

 

Fitness

It is important for children to understand the importance of being healthy and physically fit. If they do not burn off excess energy exercising, what else will they do to burn off all that energy?

 

Coordination

Your child will learn their left from their right. They will become better physical participants in sports and activities. The better coordination they have, the less prone to injuries they will be.