Kid’s Martial Arts Review- Sheng Chi Kung Fu

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Sheng Chi Kung Fu

Sheng Chi Kung Fu teaches Shou Sho Kung Fu an ancient fighting system used for self defense. The online kid’s program touts itself as an anti-bullying tool. My plan was to watch the videos with my son, but unfortunately he lost interest after the first few lectures (short videos). For $27, you will be able to access 15 lectures ranging from 5 to 35 minutes long. The lectures begin with the basics– greetings, bows and tying the belt. A 23-page downloadable handbook is also included. Lectures deepen with stances, locking elbows and demonstrations.

The lectures featured children in a typical martial arts school. Even though I was viewing from home, I felt like I was a student in the class. From my son’s lost interest, I believe this program is better suited for children 8 and up. I think this program would be a wonderful introduction for kids who are interested in martial arts. They can learn a little bit on their own time before committing to a school in their community.

I think a DVD version of the lectures might be more engaging then watching on a computer or iPad screen. Maybe even include a belt to use with the tying lecture. Overall, I found the program informative for anyone interested in martial arts.

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4 comments on “Kid’s Martial Arts Review- Sheng Chi Kung Fu”

  1. My son is in karate &amp; really enjoys it! Great way to keep fit :)<br /> Thanks for sharing on &quot;Small Victories Sundays&quot;; Rachael @ http://www.parentingandhomeschoolinginfaith.com

    1. I used to take taekwondo, so I&#39;m hoping to pass on this sport to my boys.

  2. Jason Maine says:

    I would recommend judo for really small children and as a first martial art.
    It prepares basic movements and overall fitness.
    Cheers
    Jason

    1. Rachel says:

      Good to know. Thanks for sharing.

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