Coronavirus (Covid-19) Update from Larry Hoover’s ATA Martial Arts
Posted: May 24, 2021
Our students and their safety have always been our number one priority.
As we navigate through these times of rapid change we will be implementing changes in our course of training. We will offer online training along with scheduled semi-private classes at the center. These semi-private classes will never be more than 4 students at a time and will allow only one parent or guardian to attend.
In keeping with the guidelines of 10 or fewer people, each student will be given the opportunity to attend one semi-private class per week. If you are interested in having your student or yourself take part in the semi-private class please email us at email@example.com with name and rank so we can begin the scheduling process.
New Coronavirus (Covid-19) Update July 2020
Posted: May 24, 2021
We want to thank you for your patronage and support of Larry Hoover’s ATA Martial Arts over the past few months as we have continued to provide classes fitting of everyone’s needs while complying with government restrictions and best practice recommendations to keep our employees and students safe. The health of our students, families and staff remain our number one priority.
We have incorporated several recommended practices to help protect both students and staff. These will include a no-handshake rule, no highfives, social distancing on the workout floor and seating area. We continue to disinfect the workout floor and all equipment between each class. We want to thank you for your patience and understanding in adapting to the ever-changing schedules as we move forward and continue to employ the best practices maintaining safety while ensuring parents and students as much value as possible.
Let us continue to demonstrate our strength and resiliency, while also being respectful and helpful to others who may see things differently. Larry Hoover’s ATA Martial Arts and its instructors strive to create an environment of safety and trust. We appreciate your support and patience in these upcoming months and wish you the best of health.
The Importance of Healthy Eating Habits for Your Kids
Posted: April 07, 2021
March was National Nutrition Month. Created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics back in the 1980s, the goal of National Nutrition Month is to educate people on the importance of healthy eating.
There's one group of people that healthy eating is particularly essential for. That's kids, from toddlers through teenagers. If you're a mom or dad who wants to encourage your children to eat better, National Nutrition Month is the perfect time to kick-start new habits.
Learn more about what healthy eating is, why it's important and how you can get your family to eat better.
Making Your New Year’s Resolutions Stick: 5 Top Tips From The Experts
Posted: February 29, 2020
“New Year, New Me!” It’s a slogan that has become so familiar that it’s almost a cliche this time of year, with a torrent of jokes and memes on social media to drive the point home. Most people fail to keep their resolutions, often giving up completely by the time Summer rolls around. As many as 88% of resolutioners are said to abandon the change they sought in January, with as many as 43% lasting less than one month!
Still, science tells us that the new year is a great time to make positive changes in our lives because we are able to dissociate ourselves from our previous habits and better envision ourselves with new patterns and new beginnings. There is a reason why the new year has been a time of goal-setting and vision-casting ever since the ancient Babylonians, thousands of years ago. And with the vast majority of New Year’s resolutions involving health and fitness, it’s never a better time than NOW to find expert tips for success!
5 Awesome Tips to Increase Your Teenager’s Self-Confidence
Posted: July 15, 2019
Here’s a fact that’s pretty much beyond debate: being a teenager is hard! What’s easy though, is for adults to forget just how tough it can be. Kids experience a world of change as they develop. New experiences challenge everything they thought they knew; physical changes create anxiety and sometimes it feels impossible to find confidence and establish a sense of identity.
As a parent, we can feel a sense of helplessness. We all want our kids to build confidence, find healthy habits and discover themselves. Fortunately, there’s a lot you can do to guide your teenager into increased self-confidence.
How Can Parents Increase Their Teen’s Self-Confidence?