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Kids Boxing and Kickboxing

The kids boxing classes are an hour in length and will teach your child the basics of boxing in a fast-paced, challenging, and fun environment. Your child will learn to skip rope, work basic combinations on the mits, proper footwork, defensive movements and heavy bag work. This will be a challenging workout for your child, but trust us, they will love it! In addition to the obvious physical benefits of the class, boxing is also a great way for your child to improve their discipline, focus, and determination. Many of our students have shown great improvements in their behavior, both at home and school, thanks to the mental toughness they have developed in boxing class.

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Orientation Class

The orientation class is an overview of the fundamentals. We like to give our students the big picture in this short class and get them comfortable with all the basic body movements required for the sport. Expect to be introduced to some of the basic concepts and rules of the sport.

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Kids Boxing Class (age 3-6)

We split the boxing class into two groups, making it fun and challenging for kids from four to fourteen years old. For the younger kids we keep the drills simple, allowing them to learn the techniques while mixing in fun games and exercises. As the kids get older and more technical, we push them mentally with more challenging combinations and exercises while still keeping the class fun and engaging.

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Kids Kickboxing (age 7-10)

We split the kickboxing class into two groups, making it fun and challenging for kids from 7 to 10 years old. We keep the drills simple, allowing kids to learn the techniques while mixing in fun technique and exercises. As the kids get older and more technical, we push them mentally with more challenging combinations and exercises, while still keeping the class fun and engaging.

Once your child turns 11, or is invited by an instructor, they may attend the Kids Kickboxing (11-15) group class and then progress to the Kids Kickboxing Advanced Drills Class.

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Kids Kickboxing Advanced Drills (11-15)

Kids Kickboxing Advanced Drills (11-15) teaches basic Kickboxing, Muay Thai, and western-Style Boxing skills and combinations w/ the use of protective gear. The classes include: cardio calisthenics, bag work, punches, kicks, elbow strikes, partner drills, and pad work in addition to core strengthening exercises.

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Kids Boxing Class (age 3-6)

We split the boxing class into two groups, making it fun and challenging for kids from four to fourteen years old. For the younger kids we keep the drills simple, allowing them to learn the techniques while mixing in fun games and exercises. As the kids get older and more technical, we push them mentally with more challenging combinations and exercises while still keeping the class fun and engaging.

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Kids Kickboxing Advanced Drills (11-15)

Kids Kickboxing Advanced Drills (11-15) teaches basic Kickboxing, Muay Thai, and western-Style Boxing skills and combinations w/ the use of protective gear. The classes include: cardio calisthenics, bag work, punches, kicks, elbow strikes, partner drills, and pad work in addition to core strengthening exercises.

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Why is Boxing good for my child?

The benefits of boxing for your child are numerous! On a practical level, boxing will allow your child to enjoy one of the world's most ancient sports, learn a valuable form of self-defense, improve their physical health, make friends, and have a lot of fun! In addition, boxing will help instill self-confidence, self-reliance, and a solid work ethic in your child. These attributes are invaluable in all walks of life.

Not every child who studies boxing here will become a champion. Most will never even compete. However, we firmly believe that boxing class will make every student a better person.

How can I help my child with Boxing?

How about you try it, too? Paragon offers a family discount and free trial classes for parents, so you can experience this great sport for yourself. Training in the same sport is also a great way for families to bond.

An equally important way to support your child's training, is to help them through the physical and mental challenges they will face in boxing. Boxing is a demanding activity that will give your child the benefit of dealing with physical, intellectual, and emotional adversity on a regular basis.

This will be a challenge for your child (trust me, it's a challenge for all of our students) but the rewards are worth the sacrifice. Through training in boxing , your child will learn to develop a sense of calm while undergoing intense physical exercise, as well as the ability to think clearly during moments of great stress. These are both essential life skills.

The rewards of boxing are great, and because of this, the challenges are even greater. At some point in their training, your child will likely struggle with their motivation. We encourage you to help your child through these difficult times, especially in the beginning of their training. Often, even our most reluctant students fall in love with boxing after they "get over the hump" and embrace the challenges of the sport.

Is my child too small for boxing?

Unlike many other popular sports, in boxing athletes are not discouraged from participating simply because of their size. In fact, the sport is broken up into weight classes to guarantee that all boxers are given a fair and safe chance to compete. Your child may be too short for basketball, and too small for football, but there is always a place for them in boxing!

Will my child get hurt in boxing?

We ensure that all participants in our boxing program wear necessary safety equipment, and your child will be closely monitored during training, but injuries are a part of any intense sport and should be expected during the course of your child's training and development. However, preventative care and maintaining a positive attitude will make all the difference in your child's recovery. If your child experiences an injury, make sure you get them medical attention from a healthcare provider as soon as possible and inform the coaches at Paragon. Even if your child is temporarily unable to participate, showing up to watch class and ask questions is a great way for them to continue learning.

My child wants to learn more. What can they do?

Boxing is a very complex sport, and extra instruction is a great help for our students. Please speak with an instructor about setting up a private lesson for your child. Our instructors offer a wide range of pricing options for private lessons.

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