Adult Fitness & Self-Defense, ages18-65
Is Martial Arts Training Good for Adults?
Yes, Absolutely! Our adult classes are designed to help students of any fitness level, age, or learning style reach their goals and excel. At Reeves Martial Arts & Fitness we teach the art of TaeKwonDo which is both highly effective as a self-defense and infinitely adaptable to the needs of it's practitioners. Whether your goals are to get fit, improve balance, increase range of motion, relieve stress, get out of the house and make friends, or build brain power - you've found the right place. Reeves Martial Arts and Fitness is proud to offer an ecouraging and family-friendly school to help you achieve your goals.
Is My Adult Body Capable of Doing Well at a New Physical Activity Like Martial Arts?
Adults can achieve more than they ever thought possible by training in TaeKwonDo at Reeves Martial Arts & Fitness. Our exercises are designed to work with the many quirks the adult body has accumulated through the years. We'll strengthen the skills and muscles you have, improve your balance, and increase your range of motion. Achieving your fitness goals is hard work, but we start small and gradually build your strength, endurance, balance, and flexibility. Within just a few months you'll feel more in controll of your body and health and regain range-of-motion you haven't seen in years. While you're busy exercising we distract you by teaching you fun new actvity that is practical for effective self-defense.
"Love the way you teach! Easy to follow building blocks.
Great pace ... even old folks like me are able to not fall
too far behind."
Dave M., 2nd Degree Black Belt in Taekwondo
Can Practicing Martial Arts Make My Brain Healthier?
The results are in from the fields of psychology and neuroscience. The secret to keeping your brain healthy is to exercise and learn something new every day. Exercise has been proven to reduce stress, decrease anxiety, and relieve depression. Challenging your brain to learn new things and grow beyond it's boundries is essential to keeping your brain healthy through the decades. Actively exercising your brain by learning new things like music, a language, or martial arts can even help stave off the effects of dementia and Alzheimer's. The perfect activity to combine exercising and learning new things is training in martial arts. Adult classes at Reeves Martial Arts & Fitness are so much fun that you'll forget you're exercising. Training in martial arts increases your focus, memory, and mental resilience so you'll be better prepared to conquer life's many challenges.