Wanderley Silva in Boston. January 31-February 1.
700 Mystic Ave, Somerville, MA
Wanderley Silva in Boston. January 31-February 1.
700 Mystic Ave, Somerville, MA
2014 NAGA NORTHEAST GRAPPLING CHAMPIONSHIP
The North American Grappling Association (NAGA) is the world’s largest mixed grappling tournament circuit with over 240,000 competitors worldwide. On Saturday, October 18, 2014, NAGA returns to Providence, Rhode Island with its annual NAGA Northeast Grappling Championship No-Gi & Gi tournament. Come as an individual or as a team to compete. You do not have to live in Rhode Island or be on a team to participate in this event. This event is nationally RANKED!
MORE INFO: 860-295-0403 – http://nagafighter.com/index.php?module=eventinformationpage/393
All members of the BMAC and family are invited to participate in this competition!
All practitioners of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu over 6 months EXPERIENCE are qualified to participate in the graduation which will be on October 22.
WORLD MARTIAL ARTS FEDERATION
Reggie Lewis Athletic Center
1350 Tremont Street, Roxbury, MA
Doors Open at 8:00 am Children’s Events Start at 9:30 am
MORE INFO: www.thewmaf.org
On 6 December there will be a competition of Muay Thai in Warwick, RL organized by the confederation of Muay Thai, and we will be with six athletes representing the BMAC!
Rockingham Park Boulevard, Salem, NH 03079
FRIDAY – SEPTEMBER 26, 2014
Doors open at 6:30pm SHOWTIME: 8pm
James Squires will be representing BMAC. He will be fighting for the 145 lbs title.
More information and tickets , call Marcelo at 617-628-3800 .
All practitioners of Muay Thai over 4 months EXPERIENCE are qualified to participate in the graduation which will be on October 4.
We have trained for many years to make sure everything we teach is reality based. We are dedicated to staying on the cutting-edge of REALISTIC martial arts training – for ourselves and for your children! With that said… Your child may still be in the developmental stage of their life and will focus only on the basics of our Martial Arts Curriculum. Basic Techniques include: Proper exercise form, punching, kicking, blocking and evasion techniques.
2-Focusing and Listening
At BMAC ,we know Focus plays a key role in the mindset of children who have limited attention spans at this stage in their life. Our Program will build their attention span… teaching your child to focus on the task at hand while improving their listening and reaction skills at the same time. As a result, your child will excel in physical activity, improve their ability to stay focused, and become an astute listener in the dojo, at home, and in school.
3-Teamwork and Positive Social Interaction
Teamwork is necessary for any young child to develop. It is at this stage in their life that they develop an understanding and a confidence in their ability to work with others. At BMAC, our activity based curriculum and teamwork oriented environment, develops character and teaches your child that the more we work together in the dojo, at home and at school…the more we get accomplished.
4-Self-Control and Good Decision Making
Self-control refers to the training that one gives one’s self to accomplish a certain task or to adopt a particular pattern of behavior, even though one is unfocused or would rather be doing something else. For example, when your child has learned to listen to mom and dad, pay attention in class while listening to the teacher instead of talking to his friend next to him, he has demonstrated the ability to self-control… while making the good decision to do so.
5-Physical Fitness and Healthy Living
It is important for children to understand the importance of being healthy and physically fit at an early age. Being physically fit is a necessity for any martial artist but more importantly… The sooner we enforce this concept, the healthier your child will be now… and the less difficult it will be to stay physically fit as they grow older.
6-Self-Esteem and Confidence Building
Our Program improves a children’s self esteem through consistent positive verbal reinforcement . When kids work to earn their next belt level, not only are they learning basic world-class self-defense, they are building self-esteem and learning to feel good about themselves.
Nothing can take the place of the security in knowing that your child can defend themselves should the need ever arise…and your own child’s self confidence in knowing this themselves is immense.
“People who continue to practice the martial arts for prolonged periods are different from the general populace in these ways: they have a lower level of anxiety; an increased sense of responsibility; they are less likely to be radical; they have an increased level of self-esteem; and they are more socially intelligent.” (Source – Psychology Today, May 1985.)
One of the most important words in martial arts is respect. Students are taught to respect their instructors, each other, and themselves. Our instructors spend time in class discussing the importance of respecting school teachers and parents. Respect is often missing in many facets of today’s society. A child’s social behavior should be directly linked to his or her progression in the martial arts class. It’s not just about winning, Our Program is about personal growth and becoming a better person.
9-Discipline, Behavior and School
Improved behavior in a Martial arts class often translates into improved behavior at school. Improved behavior at school often translates into improved grades. We require behavior reports from the parents to make sure that the student is focused in the classroom and at home… Not just the dojo. We want to make sure that our students are working on their Martial Arts technique, improving their behavior at home, as well as improving their grades at school. We teach a very effective form of self defense and want to make sure that the right kids are learning it.
10-Great Physical Fitness while Battling Childhood Obesity
Did you know that childhood obesity has more than tripled in the past 25 years? The first step to preventing childhood obesity is addressing the problem before it occurs. If you catch obesity early on, there are ways to prevent your child from developing further health risks. If your child is already overweight, it is important to understand the psychological effects obesity has on children that are potentially more damaging than the physical side effects.
The Brazilian Martial Arts Center is dedicated to empowering your child with self-confidence while rewarding them with achievement. For children with low self-esteem issues, martial arts teaches confidence and self-discipline while providing engaging physical activity. The stamina and endurance children develop during Martial Arts training in our program, results in natural weight loss and an improvement in overall physical and mental health.
Bullying is defined as unwanted, aggressive behavior that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. Kids who bully use their power – such as physical strength, access to embarrassing information, or popularity – to control or harm others. Bullying includes actions such as making threats, spreading rumors, attacking someone physically or verbally and purposely excluding someone from a group. Both kids who are bullied and who bully others may experience serious, lasting problems.
Our anti-bullying approach is based on the martial arts principles of redirection and straightforward assertiveness. Students are taught to manage situations without the use of violence, learning ways to assess threats, redirect verbal assaults and mobilize the audience, which is a critical factor in empowering the bully.
12-Social Skills and Friendship
Making friends is an important part of childhood. At BMAC, we provide the positive atmosphere and family oriented activities necessary to help young children make new friends, while teaching them the concepts of sharing, compassion, and conflict resolution.
13-Smile, Laugh and Having Fun
We learned a long time ago that kids learn faster when they are having fun. Keeping children interested in their Martial Arts training requires an element of fun and games. Traditionalists are usually only concerned with the discipline and structure of their training, but incorporating fun involving proper techniques will add to the value of training and keep the kids hungry to improve themselves even more.