How we run competitions and develop personal goals
  Martial Arts focuses on the individual. It’s a powerful tool for personal development. As we have mentioned, within Martial Arts a student can set and achieve competitive goals to better themselves without the influence of peers, while being supported by a Community and nurturing the feeling of being “part of a team”.   Some › Read more
Why competition and challenges are important, and putting them in the right context
    We’ve talked in depth about how adventure can encourage our students to explore, learn about life and develop. we’ve looked into the comfort zone and how fear is a process we can overcome. In this Chapter we will look into how Competition has become somewhat of a taboo word in society but how › Read more
Nothing to fear but fear itself.
As children we feel fear, as adults we feel fear. The feeling of fear stays with us for life.   If you had a system for conquering fear, do you feel you would live your life differently?   Would you take up more challenges?   Would you live a more compelling life?   Do you › Read more
How adventure will develop creativity, resourcefulness and team-work
  I believe that living an adventurous life and being encouraged to be adventurous from a young age taught me to be creative, resourceful, independant and eager to take up challenges, while also teaching me the importance of teamwork, camaraderie, attention to detail and being organised. Every adventure was out of my comfort zone and › Read more
Introduction: A childhood filled with Adventure
  In this blog, I’m going to share with you an insight into my life as a child… how adventure was nurtured and encouraged…   From a young age I have had a passion for adventure, a thirst for travel, exploration and for conquering challenges.   It’s easy to trace back for me, my Father › Read more
A Practical guide to developing confidence
  We’ve put together five simple levels that essentially form the backbone of our Warrior Method for developing confidence in our programme. We’ve sent this to thousands of parents and it’s helped them at home with their children even if they are not attending our programme. You can find this practical guide in the “Challenge” › Read more
Develop Black Belt Confidence in your child
Having taught thousands of children and mentored many through challenging times, I have seen so many children’s lives transform through improving their confidence and it’s something I’m very passionate about developing in our students. I believe Martial Arts can be a powerful tool to very quickly develop confidence in children and in The Warrior Method: › Read more
Comfort Zone: What’s your comfort zone?
What’s your comfort zone? In this blog, we are going to answer the question, what is the comfort zone. .Brené Brown a research professor at the University of Houston explains the comfort zone as “Where our uncertainty, scarcity and vulnerability are minimized — where we believe we’ll have access to enough love, food, talent, time, › Read more
Finding Inspiration Within
Finding Inspiration within – Your strength is your individuality   “If you celebrate your differentness, the world will, too. It believes exactly what you tell it—through the words you use to describe yourself, the actions you take to care for yourself, and the choices you make to express yourself. Tell the world you are one-of-a-kind › Read more
Develop a Black Belt Mindset
Who is coaching your child? Their inner voice, critical to their mindset. We’ve touched on the importance of an excellent mentor who works with individuals to inspire them and to bring out the best in their actions, developing them as a whole person. Each of us has a mentor that analyses our performance and constantly › Read more

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Success Through Martial Arts
What we mean when we say “Success Through Martial Arts”           It’s been ingrained in our logo since inception – our students understand it and the parents of our senior students believe it and have seen it in action. We believe the development of character through Martial Arts is applicable to
Developing Leadership skills in young people teach valuable Team Work skills
  NO 2 : Developing Leadership skills in young people teach valuable Team Work skills Teamwork is a vital skill we develop from a young age. It’s a skill that requires people to work cooperatively with others in a group towards a shared goal or purpose that is mutually beneficial. Throughout life we find ourselves
Giving your child a sense of Responsibility and Reliability
Deconstructing The Effect of Developing Leadership Skills I truly believe teaching leadership skills from a young age is an incredibly powerful tool for Character Development. I’m going to discuss 10 of the key areas learning leadership skills improves a young person’s Character at a vital time of their development, prior to adulthood. NO 1: Giving
Why develop leadership skills?
Why develop leadership skills? Lead. This is the last Step of The Warrior Method. It comes at the end of our process for developing Character, after Community, Inspire and Challenge. Learning to lead is such a vital part of our methodology as it prepares students for adult life while also solidifying their skills, giving them
A Practical guide to developing confidence through goal setting and mindset training
A Practical guide to developing confidence through goal setting and mindset training In previous blogs, we talked about the importance of setting goals. In this blog, we will be sharing a great little insight into developing your child’s confidence as well as an exercise to try at home! Let’s look at the five levels that
The Warrior Academy System for Daily Habits.
The Warrior Academy System for Daily Habits. Daily habits can put us in a positive mindset for the whole day. I believe a powerful routine can yield powerful results for young students. Starting each day in a positive mindset will help. To truly benefit from the goal setting steps above we must plan daily habits.
One of the biggest challenges we’ve found busy parents face is not spending enough time with their children and the guilt associated with that. Let me explain… We interviewed 1500 parents and 90% of them stated ‘time’ as their biggest stress factor. Specifically not spending enough time with their children. The reason for this was

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