A friend of mine told me about these great Little Ninjas classes in Westwood that her son was attending. What she liked was how her son was learning about discipline and respect while having fun at the same time. And that’s what is so attractive about Wil’s program–he offers more than just a simple jiu-jitsu class. In fact, each month kids have tasks to accomplish that help teach them life skills.


In case you’re no martial arts expert, Gracie Jiu-Jitsu is the official hand to hand combat system of the United States Military and law enforcement agencies. Founded on easy and instinctual movement,s this system will enable your child to control and subdue a larger opponent, causing them to submit. This gives your child the opportunity to end the fight in the most humane way possible.

I know many kids who take Taekwondo class, and if you’ve ever observed a class the movements are stiff and more kick-centered than Jiu-jitsu, which looks more like wrestling with work on the mat. I think it’s similar to the play-wrestling that boys tend to do–so it looked very natural and fun for them.


Later on down the road, this kind of practice can help your child should they encounter bullying. Wil offers a personal story on his website of his own bullying at school growing up and how it’s his mission to keep kids from experiencing the same fate.


Another plus is the fact that Wil lets you try his school out with nothing to lose in the beginning! You get a free 30 day trial, uniform, and private lesson! That’s very generous in the martial art school community. He’s very confident that your kids will love it!

So, if you are looking for Kids Martial Arts Classes in Bergen County check out Training Grounds in Westwood. You have nothing to lose! And, they offer adult classes as well. With crime high these days it could be a great confidence boost for your hubby to take classes in self defense!

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For a great overview of his program for kids, check out this video! As you can see, the parents love it almost as much as the kids. It’s always hard for parents to teach kids the concept of respect–this is a great way to instill that trait at an early age.


(This has been a sponsored post by Training Grounds. All opinions, however, are my own.)