Social Karate

“When children have a solid social support system that encourages physical activity and have role models to look up to, they are more likely to be physically active when they are older. “                                                                                                 -Quote                 I have trained for a variety of reasons over the years. As I aged, so did my motivations. It has…

Service

An act of helpful activity One of the most important questions in life is what and who we serve. Yet before we answer this question we need to ask ourselves how do we personally define service?? Modern times have created a service-oriented society that is designed with the idea of self-service. Drive thru, automated tellers…

How to teach kids, without strangling kids

Kevin Cyr – First Degree Black Belt – Central Academy of Martial Arts At some moments, karate camp is equivalent to hell; children run rampant, tormenting you with high squeals and pounding fists – only missing their flaming tails and pitchforks. Other moments, this hell is controllable, rewarding and even enjoyable. I enjoy teaching. It’s…

Karate, Teaches More than Karate

Kevin Cyr – First Degree Black Belt – Central Academy of Martial Arts Martial arts is more than kick and punch. Martial arts is a life style, a code, a moral compass. Beginners see karate as a way to defend yourself physically, which is right, but it goes much deeper than this. It has unique…

The Run To Type None

September 28, 2014 Race Detail: 5K Walk/Run & 10K Run Where: Professors Lake, Brampton, Ontario When: September 28th, 2014 – 10:00am race startOn September 28, 2014, The Academy of Martial Arts continues its quest to raising $250,000 for diabetes research with the 1st annual Run To Type None, a 5 kilometer walk/run & 10 kilometer run. Its a…