A great blog post by Peg Rosen on understood.org about the benefits of martial arts for kids who learn and think differently.
With so many martial arts schools in Singapore, how do you choose the right one for you? Here are 3 factors you might want to look out for when making this important decision.
An insightful excerpt by Alessandro Ashanti on why choosing the right instructor is every bit as important as any other aspect of your martial arts journey.
Taekwondo is an immensely popular form of martial arts in Singapore with over 40 years of history and more than 30,000 active practitioners. But why is Taekwondo so popular and how did it stay relevant over the decades?
There are well over 30,000 practioners and students of Taekwondo in Singapore with more than 50 schools and clubs offering lessons and instruction.
A superbly detailed description of nutrition tips for martial arts practioners by Stephan Kesting.
Martial arts is a great way for your child to have a physical outlet to vent all that extra energy. But more importantly, your child will also learn valuable life skills along the way.
Like most martial arts being taught in Singapore, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) did not originate here. BJJ is one of the most versatile of the grappling arts, and is commonly associated with commercial MMA fights as the choice of many fighters when it comes to ground fighting. However, it is also quickly becoming the choice of families and kids as a recreational form of martial arts.
Jacqui Yuan watches her two daughters blossom through the development that martial arts brings into their young lives.
She came into Trifecta wanting to improve her BJJ game, but ended up learning much more than she thought she would.