October is National Bullying Prevention Month. It's a time for communities to raise awareness of the bullying epidemic in the United States. Bullying effects about one in four kids in the U.S. on a regular basis. Sadly, many of these bullying cases go unnoticed and students continue to be affected by bullying in school. ..Read More
As popularity of martial arts has swept the world, so have minor injuries ranging from bruises, wrist displacements and mild head injuries. These injuries can be reduced if instructors and families follow the recommendations from safety equipment manufacturers and demand that their gear be tested for trauma protection. ..Read More
'The Martial Arts Kid' is an inspiring family film that tells the story of a troubled teen who finds himself through mastering the discipline of martial arts and standing up to bullies. While it encourages social responsibility it also teaches young viewers the importance of standing up for what you believe in, learning humility and finding strength in yourself when others doubt you. The action packed fight scenes, comedic dialogue and important values will leave young martial artists feeling entertained and motivated. ..Read More
History has been made and martial artists who train in Karate have an amazing opportunity ahead of them. Set your goals high, Karate will debut as an Olympic sport at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games. This is exciting news for Karate and martial artists worldwide. As an Olympic sport, Karate will gain greater recognition on the world stage. It is especially fitting that the first Karate Olympics will be held in its birth country, Japan. ..Read More
Weapons training not only increases power, defense and coordination, it also opens a world of competition you’d be missing without it. One especially fun, beautiful and powerful weapon is the Bo. Do you want to dabble in competitions and get a feel for Bo training? Or do you want to perfect your technique until you’re number one? No matter what your goals are, you should take these three factors into account when choosing a bo: length, weight and flash. ..Read More
Customizing gear and apparel is a great way to promote a business. With all the custom printing services out there, it can be overwhelming to collect the information you need to produce exactly what you want. The first step to creating a custom product is understanding your artwork. With the proper preparation, you will get a crisp, clear and accurate print that matches your exact vision for custom gear. ..Read More
8th degree Tae Kwon Do black belt Grandmaster Soo Se Cho began Macho Martial Arts in 1980 after recognizing a need for greater safety in martial arts training and competition. For over 35 years, Macho has been setting the standards for the martial arts industry. But what is it that sets Macho apart from the rest? Here are a few things you probably didn't know about Macho products. ..Read More
Check out this Summer Success Toolbox at DojoEdge.
The Summer Success Toolkit is a package of systems that will help you thrive through the summer. The toolkit is made up of three parts Student Acquisition, Student Retention and Classroom Helpers. Never again feel like summer has to be slow. Never again feel like you can't rely on your own business to provide you with the cash you need to survive the summer. ..
School is out for the summer, which could mean a smaller turnout for your martial arts classes. Don’t let that be the case! Implementing a Summer Day Camp is a great way to keep your classroom momentum all year round. Summer Camps can provide kids with a fun day, parents with a stress free schedule and you a profit! So what makes a great martial arts summer camp? Here are a few things we think will help: ..Read More
Rashguards are a staple for no-gi grappling. They offer compression and protection without interfering with control. The benefits of wearing them are rarely debated, that is until it comes to wearing them under your gi. Those opposed to wearing the extra layer argue that they feel more restricted, that it isn't worth the extra laundry, and that competitions like IBJJF forbid them. So why is it that more and more schools are requiring their students to wear them? Here are some of the reasons why some martial artists choose to wear a rashguard under their gi. ..Read More
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